Watercrest at Kingwood redefining retirement with Grand Opening Event

Watercrest at Kingwood, an affordable luxury community for seniors age 55 and up, will celebrate its Grand Opening on Wednesday, June 24, from 4-7 p.m. at 24109 Kingwood Place Drive in Kingwood.

Potential residents, their families and the general public are invited to experience Watercrest at Kingwood’s unique, individually tailored retirement community.

Redefining what it means to retire in the 21st century, Watercrest at Kingwood plans to open its doors in celebration of its Grand Opening, with food, live entertainment and tours throughout the property.

“Watercrest at Kingwood and our current residents are thrilled to open our doors to our future residents and their family members,” said Bill Thomas, executive director of Watercrest at Kingwood. “We are proud to offer the Kingwood area affordable luxury that features amenities found only at the finest Five Star resorts: a country club-style clubhouse and unmatched personalized and attentive services, focused on a healthy lifestyle environment.”

Guests are invited to explore luxurious one-, two- and three-bedroom apartment homes, villa homes with private access and garages, as well as upscale amenities, including: the community theater, fitness center, salon and spa, grand dining hall, covered heated pool and more.

“I am so happy with my decision to move into Watercrest at Kingwood,” says Carolyn Files, resident at Watercrest at Kingwood. “I was living in a big house all by myself, and it was lonely and too hard for me to maintain. Watercrest at Kingwood allows me to live independently, without the hassle and upkeep that comes along with owning a house.”

Watercrest at Kingwood offers residents customizable living options allowing them to only pay for services that they need or want, in order to fit residents’ individual requirements. Residents at Watercrest bring their lifestyle with them, while receiving all of the enjoyable benefits and luxurious amenities offered within this Kingwood community. Many Watercrest communities are also known for their Continuum of Care – following residents as their needs change, by offering Assisted Living and Memory Care on the same campus as the Retirement Living community.


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