6727 Contreras Road
Oxford, OH 45056
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Homes built for easier living
Community that helps with activities of daily living
Continuing Care Retirement Community
Communities that foster social connection
Care provided on a long term basis
Care for Alzheimer’s and Dementia
Temporary care that rehabilitates
Short term care
SNF’s monitor patients around the clock
The Knolls of Oxford is a non-profit continuing care retirement community, owned and operated by Maple Knoll Communities Inc., with a history of more than 173 years of serving older adults. Located on a beautiful 85-acre campus, our community is for people over the age of 62.
The Knolls of Oxford offers 107 villas, 28 assisted living apartments and a 62 bed skilled nursing facility along with a rehabilitation center. A formal affiliation with Miami University provides stimulation and culture living in a college town.
With every villa or apartment on campus comes a full array of services and amenities, walking paths, gardens, fishing pond, club house, Cafe and more. Call today to see how you can live life!
Welcome to The Knolls of Oxford. We are located on a beautiful 85-acre campus with walking paths, gardens, fishing pond, club house, and more.
We offer 107 spacious villas with garages.
Our social directors act as your tour guides and plan many exciting off-campus travels.
You can use your gardening skills on the outside of your villa.
Join your friends on the porch for an afternoon of refreshments.
You will be greated with friendly faces.
Our villas and offer large spacious kitchens that you can cook your favorite meals.
“From the very beginning, residents, staff at all levels and Board members have made The Knolls a community “like home” in so many ways, which is not easy when running a business. Members see and feel it in the time spent, actions taken, planning shared, ideas listened to. All having now established The Knolls’ reputation as a very special place “like home”.”
CCRCs generally charge a one-time entrance fee, in addition to monthly fees. These monthly fees may escalate according to care level. As care needs increase, other funding options may become available such as Long Term Care Insurance and Medicare.