DECATUR, Ind. (WANE) - Adams Woodcrest of Decatur evolved from within the Decatur community as a place where local residents could retire in a comfortable rural setting. Located on over 100 acres, there is a 10 acre woods with trails developed by the local scouts for the enjoyment of the residents. There are also 2 ponds on the campus with one stocked for fishing. The ponds are also used for geothermal heating of the Campus Center and the Garden Apartments, a very efficient and economical heating system.
Being located in a small rural community is an advantage. Many people have their roots in communities much like Decatur. The open spaces, the quiet, friendly neighborhood, and the smell of clean air are nice to come home to. Adams Woodcrest offers a dynamic and vibrant lifestyle in a magnificent natural setting. Waking up to sunshine on a beautiful landscape, enjoying the greens and blues from the grasses and the ponds, to looking across to the wooded area to see the deer that may pass through. Adams Woodcrest Retirement Community is a great place to be!
Adams Woodcrest Garden Apartments
Adams Woodcrest Garden Apartments are located on the main campus and directly connected to our Campus Center where meals are served and other activities take place. Every Garden Apartment can have its own garage for a single vehicle, so coming and going is a breeze. Each unit comes with all the amenities you are used to at home, only now your neighbors are just a little closer so a quick game of cards or a friendly visit is only moments away.
Adams Woodcrest Villas
Maintenance free living is what makes our Villas such an attractive choice.
Adams Woodcrest Villas are basically just like your home, without all the hassles of raking leaves, shoveling snow, painting or general maintenance. It’s all done for you leaving you time to do the things you really want in your retirement. If gardening is your joy, you can turn over the dirt and design a garden that you enjoy, share and compare with your neighbors. Maybe you still like to play golf, Decatur has a championship 18-hole golf course ready and waiting for you. No matter what your activities are, a villa lifestyle at Adams Woodcrest is the perfect fit for you. And no worries when you travel knowing that your home is safe and cared for, leaving you nothing to do but enjoy your adventure.
Leave the chores behind and come explore all the great things about living in your own villa.
The Adams Woodcrest Campus Center is located in the central part of the main campus and houses the cafeteria, library, Porter Auditorium, bistro, activity room and administrative offices. Garden Apartments and Adams Woodcrest Health Center are connected to the Campus Center, so there is always a scurry of activity going on, in and around the building.
Adams Memorial Hospital
Located approximately one-quarter mile away and connected via the walking trails, AMH serves Decatur and outlying communities with a variety of healthcare services. This state-of-the-art facility operates a 24-hour Emergency Room and many other services.
We invite you to give us a call, or better yet, come to Adams Woodcrest and see for yourself how wonderful retirement can be.
A new chapter in your life begins today, at Adams Woodcrest of Decatur.
Adams Woodcrest of Decatur
1300 Mercer Avenue
Decatur, Indiana 46733
To provide a quality of life with respect, dignity and caring in a friendly, clean and non-abusive atmosphere. Woodcrest is committed to serving the needs of all our residents.
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