Rated 5.0 on Google Reviews

In-Person Visits and Virtual Tours Available

Schedule a tour today

Community

Senior living designed to be meaningful.

The Villages of Windcrest is an extraordinary retirement community located in Hill County, TX, designed for engaging and supportive living. Salus™ by Solvere, the community’s holistic wellness philosophy, creates a customized plan just for you, and provides you with meaningful interactions every day of the week. It’s all right here in Fredericksburg, the town you already know and love. And it’s what makes The Villages of Windcrest an assisted living and memory care community you’ll enjoy calling home.

Family visiting at our skilled nursing facilities in Fredericksburg TX

Assisted Living

Assisted living at The Villages of Windcrest is guided by our wellness philosophy, Salus by Solvere. Enjoy personalized assistance – as you desire – with daily actions, medication management and wellness support.

Consultation at our Fredericksburg Texas Nursing Home

Valeo™ Memory Care

Derived from the Latin meaning “to thrive,” Valeo programming is adapted specifically to help residents with memory impairments cultivate their physical, intellectual, social and spiritual well-being. The Valeo Memory Care Neighborhood lets residents and their families experience an uplifting sense of community in a comfortable, homelike environment.

Having tea at our Fredericksburg Texas Nursing Home

Valeo™ Signature Programs

Senior living should nurture an individual’s lifestyle and legacy – even those with memory impairments such as dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Our individualized Valeo Signature Programs are specially designed to stimulate and preserve memories.

Embracing wellness in every way possible

Wellness Philosophy

Our wellness philosophy, Salus by Solvere, offers programs that emphasize your social, intellectual, spiritual and physical dimensions to help you thrive and assist you in achieving your own personal goals.

What Is a Retirement Community?

A retirement community is specifically designed to make the lives of retirees easier and inspire new ways of thriving during their later years. Every community campus is outfitted with amenities, ranging from essentials like housekeeping to more deluxe features such as restaurant-style dining, spas, theaters, and more. The focus is often on building meaningful connections with plenty of opportunities for residents to interact and bond.

Why Join a Retirement Community?

The benefits of joining a retirement community are endless. If you’ve been struggling with loneliness recently, a retirement community can refresh your social life with a built-in community of neighbors. You’ll have the chance to connect with new people and get to know them through your community’s busy social calendar. Moving to a retirement community can also take care of your most pressing worries, including safety, health, and finances. Here you can:

  • Feel welcome and secure in a monitored community.
  • Shed cooking and cleaning responsibilities.
  • Pursue new wellness goals through onsite amenities such as a fitness center and spa.
  • Have priority access to levels of healthcare if you need them in the future.
  • Pay one monthly fee to stay within your retirement budget.

A retirement community is all about putting your wishes first, so that you’re eager to embrace every day of your retirement.

What Is Life Like at a Retirement Community in Fredericksburg?

The Villages of Windcrest is nestled in the small town of Fredericksburg, TX. With world-famous wineries and a historic homestead charm, Fredericksburg has both the serene nature setting of Texas Hill Country and a charming downtown with live music, boutiques, and more.

You don’t have to go outside your door to explore, either. At Villages of Windcrest, you can focus on your wellness goals, meet up with friends on our lovely outdoor patios, or try something new every day at our library, spa, theater, game room, or even our dog park!

When Is the Right Time to Join a Retirement Community?

Your decision on where to live during retirement shouldn’t be taken lightly. If you’re considering joining a retirement community, first ask yourself these questions:

  • Are you feeling isolated on your own?
  • Would you be interested in meeting new friends?
  • Are you concerned about your well-being and safety at home?
  • Are you uncomfortable with your current living arrangements?
  • Are you overwhelmed by your home responsibilities (cooking, cleaning, etc.)?
  • Do you worry about your future healthcare needs?

If you answered yes to one or more of these questions, it may be time to join a retirement community. Reimagine your daily life as a way to explore your interests and focus on your personal goals. And with a built-in community, you can share every step of the way with your new neighbors.

How Much Does It Cost to Live in a Retirement Community?

Fortunately, the cost of retiring in Fredericksburg, TX is somewhat lower than the national average. In Texas, you’ll pay about $3,800/month for assisted living and $4,900/month for memory care. While the final price will depend on the community of your choice, remember that it may be higher if you select a larger floor plan or a community with a greater variety of amenities.

At The Villages of Windcrest, we offer a family-oriented community, deluxe amenities, and high-quality compassionate care that you won’t find elsewhere. Our monthly fee for assisted living starts at $3,950/month and our Valeo™ memory care is offered at an all-inclusive monthly fee of $6,250/month.

Is a Retirement Community the Same as a Nursing Home?

Retirement communities and nursing homes are two distinct types of senior care options. A retirement community is a versatile approach that allows residents to stay active and design their days through premium amenities located onsite. In comparison, nursing homes are focused on providing around-the-clock specialized nursing care and helping residents recover from serious injury or illness. While an individual at a retirement community will look to independently craft meaningful experiences, a nursing home resident will typically need 24/7 guidance and care.