Carmel, IN 46032
Homes built for easier living
Community that helps with activities of daily living
Continuing Care Retirement Community
Communities that foster social connection
Care for Alzheimer’s and Dementia
Temporary care that rehabilitates
Short term care
SNF’s monitor patients around the clock
Welcome to the Barrington of Carmel! Lifestyle-focused retirement living in Carmel, IN Senior living unlike any other — that’s the idea behind
The Barrington. We’re creating a superb continuing care retirement community for people in greater Indianapolis who are unwilling to settle for anything less than the active, friendly, arts- and civic-minded lifestyle of Carmel and Hamilton County. A bustling, modern suburb with a small-town air— that’s Carmel, Indiana, home of The Barrington.
Flourishing with the arts, the Carmel Performing Arts Center four blocks from the blossoming Arts & Design District, Carmel is also devoted to shopping, recreation and golf. And despite its growth, local traditions are carefully preserved. Culturally rich, charming and thriving with activity, the city and nearby Indianapolis offer much to explore right at your doorstep. A great lifestyle requires a new level of security. We will bring a whole new array of senior care services to greater Indianapolis.
We guarantee access to any level of long-term health care you may later require and the confidence of knowing that continuing care will be there if you need it. We offer maintenance-free apartment homes, assisted living, memory support and skilled nursing services. The Barrington has partnered with St. Vincent Health, Indiana’s largest health care system, committed to providing educational tools, informational resources and top-quality health care services to area residents.
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Active Adult properties can range from monthly rental properties to deeded real estate (which reflect the conventional real estate market). Recurring costs can include HOA fees, activity fees, and/or amenity fees.