Heaton Place Retirement Community
Retirement Living · Country Style
Located in picturesque Armstrong BC, Heaton Place is a retirement community that is designed for active seniors who wish to free themselves from the burden of home maintenance.
Emanating a quaint, country atmosphere that perfectly captures the area’s small town values, Heaton Place offers residents the opportunity to enhance their lifestyle by allowing our staff to take care of regular chores (housekeeping, meal preparation, maintenance, etc.). In doing so they have an opportunity to enjoy all of the amenities available at Heaton Place and offered in the greater community.
Heaton Place offers 76 spacious one and two bedroom rental suites fully equipped for independent living in two residential wings. Each wing joins a common amenity area providing, dining, social and recreational, and administrative services.
To be an occupant of Heaton Place, applicants must be fifty years of age, meet our admission criteria, and subscribe to one of two service packages offered – our Convenience Package or our Lifestyle Package. Monthly rates start at $2,625.
Our social and recreational programs offer residents a wide selection of activities that promote social interaction among themselves and within the greater community.
Other programs offer residents the opportunity to enhance their physical, mental, and spiritual well-being.
To quote a resident, “As a young girl I had my farm chores; as a wife and mother I had responsibilities and obligations; as a resident of Heaton Place I now have opportunities to fully enjoy and explore the many things that I want to do”.
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Nestled amidst the rich and abundant farmlands of the North Okanagan, Armstrong is the gem of the Spallumcheen Valley.
Armstrong exudes country charm while at the same time offering it citizens many modern amenities common to larger urban areas. It won’t come as a surprise that the city’s slogan is “Heart of Country”.
We aspire to make “Heart” and “Country” central themes in your enjoying life in Armstrong and at Heaton Place