Retirement Community in Wilmington, NC

Plantation Village Retirement Community in Wilmington NC

When we built our nonprofit retirement community nearly 30 years ago, we set out to give people a lifestyle where they could feel secure in the future while keeping their zest for life.

We started with an idyllic setting – 56 acres close to area beaches and downtown of Wilmington, NC, yet removed from the bustle of traffic. Our community is a place where residents can be as active as they like, or choose to enjoy the serenity of tree-lined lanes, walking trails and tranquil water features.

Of course, this is more than just a beautiful place to live. We serve residents with a high level of hospitality, and offer a wide range of services and amenities to make life more fulfilling and convenient. Best of all, residents are protected by priority access to a continuum of long-term care, available next door at The Davis Community. And our Hardship Policy means residents will have a home for life with us, even if they outlive their resources. This makes us a Life Plan Community, the first and only one of its kind in Wilmington.

Compared to the costs of living in a house, choosing a Life Plan Community is a tremendous value, made all the more attractive by your choice of contract plans:

  • Our 90% Return of Capital™ plan refunds almost all of your entrance fee to you or your estate.
  • Our 50% Return of Capital plan reduces your entrance fee, while still offering a return on your investment.

How are residents’ fees used? Because Plantation Village is a not-for-profit organization, our local board of directors reinvests revenue into the community for the benefit of residents, not outside shareholders. To help operate at the highest level and with greater cost-saving efficiencies, we partner with Life Care Services®, a leader in the management of senior living communities.

Learn more about our Life Plan Community in Wilmington. Let’s start a conversation.

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