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Modern Senior Apartments, Nestled in Scenic Coatesville, PA

Harrison House Chester County, our senior apartment community in Coatesville, PA, has been successfully caring for the needs of seniors for over 30 years.  Our campus provides both independent apartments and personal care accommodations.  From studios to two bedrooms, our modern apartments offer multiple floor plans to meet any budget with maintenance, housekeeping and dining services available as options.

As a robust, lively 55 and over community, we offer our apartment residents a number of arts and entertainment events and programs to help them continue their active lifestyles.  No matter what sort of lifestyle you have, the senior apartments at Harrison House Chester County offer premium services, affordable pricing, and, best of all, the peace and comfort you expect from your home.

Deciding on a new home is a big decision no matter your age. Below are some frequently asked questions to help decide if Harrison House Chester County is the best choice for you. We’re available at almost any time to help you with your needs.

What is the primary benefit of a retirement community compared to an apartment complex?

A retirement community, like Harrison House of Chester County, offers services and amenities that are not found in an apartment complex. Conveniences such as dining, laundry, transportation and social activities are available on a daily basis. Our goal is to offer a lovely place to live with services to keep you comfortable, safe and independent. We also have the added benefit of offering Personal Care services on-site should you need more assistance.

What levels of care are provided?

In addition to Independent Living apartments, Harrison House also offers Personal Care and rehabilitation services—all in the same building. The rehabilitation services include outpatient Physical, Occupational and Speech therapy.

A senior looking out her apartment window.

I’m pretty healthy now and do not need care. When is the best time to move to a retirement community?

The best time to move to a retirement community is when you are active and healthy! Some of our residents maintain a very busy lifestyle, working or volunteering. They love returning at the end of the day to a home-cooked meal or coordinated activity. Their free time is spent socializing, not catching up with housekeeping, yard work or basic household maintenance.

Am I required to pay an expensive entrance fee or buy-in fee?

We are committed to keeping our community affordable. For this reason, there is NO ENTRANCE FEE at Harrison House of Chester County. This means that you can move in when you are ready without draining your savings account or waiting for a house to sell.

Does Harrison House of Chester County accept subsidies?

Harrison Senior Living is a private, family-owned and operated company. We do not participate in any governmental programs. Medicare and Medicaid do not cover independent living or Personal Care services.

Have additional questions? Reach out to us at any time!