Independant Living

Elegant Senior Independent Living at Brasstown Manor℠

Transition Through Life Comfortably at Brasstown Manor

Brasstown Manor℠ is not your average senior living community at all.  With a rich “Ole World” feel, this community makes you feel warm, loved, secure, and full of life.  When you join our community while living an independent life, residents live and enjoy the planned activities in the Bradford, Rose and Laurel halls.  These halls are rich with decorations, are very inviting, comfortable and safe.  

One of the most exciting aspects of living at Brasstown Manor℠, is the wide variety of social, cultural, recreational and wellness programs to enjoy.  From excursions, parties, concerts, theater, sunset cruises on the lake, there is something perfect for your lifestyle!

Fitness & Wellness Programs
Game Nights
Crafts
Movie & Popcorn Nights
Lunches Out
Afternoon Teas
Wine & Cheese Tastings
Monthly Birthday Parties
Bingo
Shopping Trips
Sunset Lake Cruises
Spa Services

Brasstown Manor℠ not only offers you beautiful surroundings in a carefree living environment, but also an extensive array of activities and amenities right at your fingertips.

To see floor plans  click HERE.

Another wonderful aspect of The Brasstown Manor℠ community, is our “age in place” design.  When the time comes that you or your loved one needs some extra care to make life comfortable, our assisted living community is on the property.  You can make a smooth and hassle free move to our Assisted Senior Living Community.

Please contact us for more information.

I’ve lived on the Independent side for a while, but now I’ve moved to Assisted, and I love both of the patios; they’re beautiful and peaceful. I love the trees and all the greenery and the beautiful flowers. The help here is great and will do anything for you and always try to please you. This may sound funny, but I love the smell of the halls. They just keep it so clean and the scent is lovely. I just started eating here in the dining hall, and I like the food here. I haven’t had to pick the salt shaker but once.

Betty Clifton