Retirement Living in New Hampshire
Taylor’s Laconia campus is located in the hub of the Lakes Region, surrounded by the natural beauty of New Hampshire’s lakes and mountains. Laconia has much to offer in the way of attractions, activities and services close at hand. The Laconia campus offers independent living cottages and apartments, assisted living, and nursing care. Taylor has 129 spacious, single-level cottages, each with attached garage, decks and porches, attractively laid out over 104 acres. In addition to the cottages, attractive and spacious independent living apartments are available in Woodside, a three-story apartment building with a host of amenities. Regardless of where you choose to live, you’ll enjoy peace and quiet, safety and security, as well as socialization and friendships.
Lakes Regional General Hospital, healthcare and other professional services are located conveniently nearby. The gateway to the Lakes Region, Laconia provides easy access to many options for shopping, dining, nature areas, historic sites, cultural events, golfing, boating, skiing and other entertainment options.
Fall Color on the Taylor Laconia Campus
Wolfeboro, New Hampshire
Wolfeboro is home to two Taylor Community campus locations – Taylor Back Bay and Taylor Sugar Hill. Taylor Back Bay offers 24 independent living single-story cottages, and is within walking distance to the center of one of Lake Winnipesaukee’s most picturesque towns. Taylor Sugar Hill offers spacious townhomes featuring attached garages and walk out basements, and attractive one-and-two bedroom apartments. Set on a scenic hillside featuring spectacular lake and mountain views, residents here have the best of both worlds—all the advantages of living in a rural New Hampshire setting with the conveniences of downtown just minutes away.
Wolfeboro is one of the most picturesque towns in New Hampshire and is located on the eastern shores of Lake Winnipesaukee. Rich in history and home to numerous shops, restaurants, and cultural venues, as well as a wide array of outdoor activities through all four seasons, it is not only a desirable vacation destination—it’s a wonderful place to call home.