Maintain Control Over Your Retirement Living Costs
The Lodge has various pricing options designed to make life affordable and your budgeting predictable. Our Fee-for-Service contract means you don’t have to pay for services unless you need them. The Traditional and 50% Refundable Entrance Fee options, with entrance fees starting as low as $109,200, allow residents the choice of how to preserve funds for future use. Monthly fees start at $2,250 but vary dependent upon the contract plan chosen and your home floorplan choice.
Your predictable monthly fees includes:
- Water and sewer
- Heating and air conditioning
- Basic Cable
- Weekly trash removal
- Property taxes
- Home maintenance and repair
- Monthly housekeeping
- Scheduled transportation
- 24-hour security
- Access to numerous amenities such as onsite restaurants, fitness center, library, art studio, On-site chapel, game room, spa and hair salon, schedule events and programs
And one of the greatest values of our contract is that it includes priority access to the healthcare accommodations available on The Lodge’s campus or the other Magnolia Manor assisted living and long-term care communities.
Reserve your future home!
Reserve at The Lodge with a 10% deposit. All deposits are 100% refundable. Entrance fees range from $109,200 – $250,000. Monthly services fees range from $2,250 – $4,089.
“My mother’s choice to explore Life Plan communities was a great relief to myself and my sister. When she realized she wanted to make decisions about her life now, I think that’s what drove her to look into The Lodge. To her – and to me – support and a sense of community are very important, and she found it there.”
Son of The Lodge Depositor
At The Lodge, your security for tomorrow provides peace of mind today. If you’re interested in learning more about The Lodge’s contract options, call us now at (706) 641-7268 to make an appointment.
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