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RICHMOND HILL RETIREMENT RESIDENCE  


Accommodation

  • Choice of suites available: 130 private studios, 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom suites; some with dens and balconies
  • In all suites:
    • kitchenette
    • patio/balcony
    • storage
    • bar fridge
    • window coverings
    • microwave
    • light fixtures
    • fire alarm
    • smoke detector
    • sprinkler
    • call bell
    • Emergency Response System with wearable pendant/bracelet
    • air conditioning (central)
    • thermostats for heating & cooling
  • Private bathrooms with call bells, grab bars, showers with non-slip surfaces and elevated toilet seats
  • In suite cable TV if resident arranges with cable company
  • Can have own phone number if resident arranges with phone company
  • Furnished & unfurnished suites available
  • Restrictions on electrical appliances: No stoves or hot plates
  • Suites can be shared, roommate picked by resident
  • Pets allowed (up to date on shots and cared for by resident)

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