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Dunwoody Village

3500 West Chester Pike, Newtown Square, PA 19073

About Dunwoody Village

Since 1974, Dunwoody Village has set the standard in comfortable retirement living. Our residents enjoy a variety of amenities, superior care, and fine dining – all in the picturesque rolling hills of southeastern Pennsylvania’s “Wyeth” country.

But there’s more to Dunwoody than that. We believe in respect, dignity and a great quality of life.

A Quick Look:

  • Residential, Personal Care, and Skilled Nursing Care.
  • Not-for-profit/non-denominational.
  • More than 400 residents.
  • 83 acres of wooded countryside.
  • Indoor walkways throughout.
  • Three dining rooms and an outdoor terrace.
  • Fitness center, pool, and nearby golf and tennis.
  • On-site physicians, dentist, podiatrist, Rehabilitation Services, and dieticians.
  • Convenient location to shopping center, public transportation, and 5 miles from Bryn Mawr.  

 

                   

Features

Type of Community Total Units Cost Range Amenities
Retirement Communities (CCRC)
  • 239 Independent Units
  • 81 Assisted or Personal Care Units
  • 81 Nursing Units
  • Monthly Cost:
    $2,649.00 - $6,093.00
  • Entry Fee:
    $87,000.00 - $285,000.00
  • Indoor Pool
  • Golf Course
  • Fitness Area
  • Gardening Area
  • Pets Allowed
  • LeadingAge Quality First
Independent Living
  • 239
  • Monthly Cost:
    $2,649.00 - $6,093.00
  • Private Transportation
  • Public Transportation
  • Pets Allowed
  • Beauty Barber
  • Gardening Area
  • Fitness Area
  • Dining Facilities
  • Wellness Center
Assisted Living / Personal Care
  • 81
  • Monthly Cost:
    $6,540.00 - $6,540.00
  • Private Units
  • Scheduled Transportation
  • Alzheimers Care
  • Respite Care
  • Gardening Area
Nursing & Rehabilitation
  • 81
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  • Medicare
  • Daily Cost Low
  • Daily Cost High
  • Hospice Care
  • Respiratory Therapy
  • Iv Therapy

Activities

Life at Dunwoody is as engaging as its residents.
Enjoy concerts, theatre, classes, holiday events, and more. Transportation is provided for off-site events, while events on the property are easily accessible via indoor walkways that connect the entire Village.

Special events:

  • Musical performances
  • Classical chamber music
  • Cultural trips
  • Seasonal parties and dinners
  • Weekend and overnight excursions


Ongoing activities:

  • Bridge and game clubs
  • Garden and needlework groups
  • Wellness programs, lectures and group fitness
  • Educational programming
  • Movie screenings


On-site facilities:

  • Heated pool and jacuzzi
  • Fitness center with personal trainer
  • Putting green
  • Croquet court
  • Train room
  • Nearby tennis and golf
  • Walking paths and gardens
  • Game room
  • Woodshop & craft room
  • Library, computer room and post office
  • Board room
  • Private dining room
  • Door-to-door mail delivery and pick-up
  • Enclosed heated walkways throughout

Dining

Leave the cooking (and the clean-up) to us!

Enjoy restaurant quality cuisine in the formal Dining Room, the Terrace Dining Room or the cafeteria-style Coffee Shop with take-out service.

Menus change daily based on seasonal ingredients. Low-salt and low-calorie options are also available.

Some sample menus, below:

Homemade Soups
Maryland Crab Soup
Tuscan White Bean

Salad Choices
Caesar Salad
Avocado, Feta and Salsa

Entrees
Tenderloin of Beef with a Shiitake Mushroom Demi Glaze
Chicken Marsala
Asian Pork Tenderloin
Omelets made to order

Fresh Catch of the Day
Baked Salmon with dill sauce

Fresh Vegetables
Sauteed Spinach Seasonal Vegetable Medley
Baked Sweet Potatoes Whipped Potatoes

Desserts
Crème Caramel
Fresh Strawberries, topped with Grand Marnier Whipped Cream

 

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