Beaver Hill Village
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Beaver Hill Village is an active 55+ community of 43 units in a neat, quiet and peaceful manufactured home community. It has a pastoral and lake setting with the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains as a backdrop. It is only just west of the University of Virginia, in Western Albemarle county. It is only a quick drive to the Skyline Drive or Shenandoah Valley. It is convenient to have I-64 only a few miles from the Village.
Beaver Hill is an urban area with all the amenities of subdivision living: public water/sewer, paved and lighted private streets, with all utility hook-ups in place. Snow removal and trash pickup are provided at no cost; plus, there are no association fees.
The community is conveniently located minutes from the Martha Jefferson Health Center; and a few miles from the Martha Jefferson and the University of Virginia Hospitals.
It is near educational facilities such as the University of Virginia and Piedmont Community College.
Grocery, hardware stores, post office, several recreation parks, pharmacy, library, restaurants and golf courses are within two miles of the community.
Beaver Hill Village is more than an assisted living center - it's a happy community. It offers great ammenities such as and . Beaver Hill Village is ideally located in Charlottesville, Virginia, easily accessible from the surrounding area but situated in a quiet, peaceful neighborhood. Beaver Hill Village is a one-of-a-kind assisted living facility, offering the best level of care that money can buy - at a surprisingly affordable price. Residents at Beaver Hill Village are happy, healthy, and right at home - after all it's one of the best assisted living facilities in the country.
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