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Residential Living

Geneva is a place where old meets new – a trait that is evident in its residential living options. Impressive century-old Victorian manors line the streets of historic downtown Geneva, offering a glimpse into the community’s rich past. A wide assortment of home styles can be found along the banks of the Fox River and throughout the downtown area. Large estates, post-war bungalows, remodeled farmhouses and 1950s-era ranch dwellings, as well as modern homes, condominiums and townhouse complexes, combine to make Geneva’s landscape an eclectic mix of design elements.

Newer home developments have sprouted up as well, with notable neighborhoods located in Eagle Brook and Mill Creek. These exquisite communities bring together high-quality living overlooking the greens, making them top choices for retirees and golf enthusiasts.

Those who are looking for senior living or assisted care facilities will find an array of choices in Geneva and in the neighboring communities of Batavia and St. Charles. These facilities provide a full continuum of care to residents – from independent living and assisted living to skilled nursing, hospice and Alzheimer’s care. Arden Courts Memory Care Community, Autumn Leaves – A Memory Care Residence, Bria Health Services of Geneva, Crossings at Geneva, Delnor Glen Senior Living, Geneva Place – A Covenant Retirement Community, GreenFields of Geneva, The Holmstad, The Reserve of Geneva and Wedgewood Manor are among the exceptional senior living communities located within the region. CovenantCare at Home and Geneva Township Senior Center also offer services to the senior population.

Whether it is the radiating hometown spirit, successful business district, exceptional schools, outstanding cultural and recreational opportunities or the countless other elements that compose this charming town; people are continually looking to Geneva as an attractive community in which to live.

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