Three Links Apartments
Three Links Apartments 1033 19th St SW, Mason City, IA 50401 (641) 423-5495
Shalom Tower 2
Shalom Tower 2 321 4th St NE, Mason City, IA 50401
Cornerstone Assisted Living
Cornerstone Assisted Living 300 2nd St NE, Mason City, IA 50401 (641) 424-1740
Village Cooperative of Mason City
Village Cooperative of Mason City 275 N Taft Ave, Mason City, IA 50401 (641) 423-5840
Grant Village
Grant Village 823 6th St SW, Mason City, IA 50401 (641) 424-1973
Manor
Manor 4 3rd St NW, Mason City, IA 50401 (641) 424-6261
Good Shepherd Health Center
Good Shepherd Health Center 302 2nd St NE, Mason City, IA 50401 (641) 424-1740
Kentucky Ridge
Kentucky Ridge 2060 S Kentucky Ave, Mason City, IA 50401 (641) 423-5707
The Willows
The Willows 1000 N Eisenhower Ave # 302, Mason City, IA 50401 (641) 428-5775
Country Meadow Place
Country Meadow Place 17396 Kingbird Ave, Mason City, IA 50401 (641) 423-7722

How Much Does a Retirement Home Cost in Mason City, IA?

There are many retirement home solutions to choose from and their prices vary quite a bit. you’ll have to connect with your Mason City, IA home contact above and give them all of your info. But what we can say is that the price of your retirement home will depend heavily on the following variables:

  • Length of Stay (Your Age) – This is the hardest to predict but you can estimate your own potential lifespan given you and your family’s medical history & national averages (78-82 years). You may need or wish to change the nature of your stay as you get older, too.
  • Quality/Rating of Facility – Some places have higher-end furnishings, amenities etc. Communities with pools or on-site gyms for example might add a slight cost to your monthly rent. You’ll have to do a bit of research to figure out what matters most to you!
  • Your Health and Medications – Costs vary depending on how much individual care you or a loved one might need. Some facilities and homes are more equipped to handle any medical needs, so make sure to ask about the specifics of each care operation when you speak with them.
  • Other Special Requests – If you have specific requests about what sort of living arrangements you prefer, or if you need specific amenities that aren’t standard in a nearby retirement home, it can sometimes cost more to add them to your unit. No worries, though, a trained retirement expert will surely walk you through all of these details and more.

You can Always Transfer to Another Mason City, IA Senior Home!

Though you may be in your twilight years, don’t think of this as a penultimate decision! After you’ve spent some time at one or more of the facilities above, you can always transfer later on if you’re not satisfied. You won’t be stuck. Everyone in Mason City, IA wants you to feel at home!