Whether you’d like to downsize or envision a home with room to spare, you’ll find an option for your lifestyle and budget at Masonic Village.
Erase the words “home maintenance” from your vocabulary. Instead, engage in one of many resident-run clubs, dozens of amenities and wellness opportunities. Select a dining option which enables you to eat as many or as few meals as you want in our restaurants. Make running errands easier in the centrally-located Clubhouse, which includes a branch bank, general store, hair salon, library and more.
Residing in a Lifecare community ensures peace of mind by providing personal care and nursing services at the same rate you were paying in retirement living.
Services included in the retirement living monthly service fee:
- A variety of dining options
- Twice monthly housekeeping
- Housekeeping of common areas
- Maintenance of furnished appliances
- Necessary repairs and maintenance in residences
- Grounds maintenance
- Water and sewer
- Heating/air conditioning
- Property taxes
- Property taxes
- Property insurance
- Trash and snow removal
- On-campus security
- Emergency call system
- Wellness and aquatic center and individualized fitness plans
- Scheduled transportation
- Access to Masonic Village Home Care services
- Provision of personal care and nursing services
Re-ignite former passions. Explore new interests. Your choice!
Sit back and enjoy live entertainment, movies and social hours with friends in the assembly room. Join the book club, walking club, card club, choir or Project Linus knitting group.
Learn and grow through Bible studies, church services and full-time clergy, personal journaling classes or in the media room, library or lifelong learning center. Participate in intergenerational programs and volunteer opportunities.
Try your hand at horseshoes, Nintendo Wii™, ping pong and billiards. Refine skills and have fun with the art studio, game room, creative arts classes, gardening plots, horseshoes, in-house television station and woodworking shop.
Barley Wellness Center
Break a sweat in the fitness center, which is open 24 hours a day and offers state-of-the-art equipment, or attend aquatic, aerobic or strength-training classes. Swim laps in the serene indoor pool or soothe aches in the spa. Stroll or power walk on the outdoor walking paths. Trained staff will help you develop a personalized fitness program.
In Your Backyard
The quaint borough of Sewickley offers more than 140 businesses and 14 restaurants/eateries. Community events throughout the year include the Soup Crawl, Oktoberfest and Light Up the Night featuring entertainment and fireworks to celebrate the holiday season. Parks, ball fields and tennis courts provide outdoor recreation options. Neighboring Neville Island’s Paradise Lanes bowling alley is also a popular spot.
See Yourself at Masonic Village
For panoramic photos of our campus and residences, upcoming events, our blogs and detailed information about all of Masonic Village’s amenities and services, visit www.MasonicVillages.org.
Living in Western Pennsylvania (near Pittsburgh, Erie, Johnstown and Cleveland, Ohio) offers recreational, shopping, cultural and educational opportunities galore. Arrange your own trip or sign up for one of ours while you sit back and relax.
- Andy Warhol Art Museum
- Benedum Center for the Performing Arts
- Carnegie Science Center
- Carnegie Museums
- County parks
- Fort Pitt Museum
- Gateway Clipper riverboat
- Grove City & Tanger Outlet Malls
Heinz Hall for the Performing Arts
- Mount Washington
- Phipps Conservatory
- Pittsburgh Penguins
- Pittsburgh Pirates
- Pittsburgh Steelers
- Pittsburgh Symphony
- Pittsburgh Zoo
- Rivers Casino
- Station Square, including the inclines