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They chose SearStone for their future. Hear why.

 

 

 

 

A Welcoming Environment for Artists

As a distinctly different retirement community, SearStone embodies the philosophy that active and engaged seniors are healthier and happier. In addition to providing a wide variety of health-and entertainment-related activities for residents, the staff also works to ensure that the environment is aesthetically pleasing.

SearStone has an...Read More

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- A Welcoming Environment for Artists


In our careers we moved many times so moves were not new to us. We had good experiences with our parents moving into CCRCs. Since we have no children, it was easy for us to say, "We are going to move into a CCRC when the time comes." After retirement...Read More

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- Gordon and Susan Carson


Dr. John O'Neil ~ Moved to SearStone May 2014 I moved to SearStone because it is a delightful place to live. I've made good friends with whom I enjoy sharing meals, trips, and other activities like movies, concerts, or eating out, and it is an ideal place in which to...Read More

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- John O'Neil


We explored a number of retirement communities and found SearStone to be the best planned. The setting with a lake and fruit-bearing trees set SearStone apart from the others. We liked that SearStone offers amenities, plus a health care center and a very attractive financial package. Most noteworthy were the floor...Read More

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- Phil Hemming, Stafford, VA (SearStone member since April 2012)


It seems that Bill Sears and his entire staff have thought of everything and more when they envisioned SearStone, and I know it will be a great place to live. I have already been enjoying new friendships at SearStone through several groups and activities.

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- Julia Booth, New Bern, NC (SearStone Member since July 2009)


By moving to SearStone, we won’t be a burden to our children, and they won’t have to worry about us here. The staff here is fantastic. They have always responded promptly to any questions we had.

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- Marilyn and Alex Knittle, Fuquay-Varina, NC (Residents since January 2007)


Making new friends and enjoying all that SearStone has to offer is definitely the answer to my needs.

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- Jan Mott, Cary, NC (Resident since August 2009)


It’s hard to catch Darryl Mills sitting still for long. As the newly installed president of the SearStone Residents Association, he hopes to build upon the successes of his predecessor, Peter Thomas. Expanding on that leadership role, he will also continue his involvement in the North Carolina Continuing Care Retirement Community Association,...Read More
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- Darryl Mills Embodies Active Lifestyle


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