Cypress Glen

City :Greenville
Address :100 Hickory Street, Greenville, NC 27858
Phone :252-830-0036
Web Address
Community Size :100 - 999 Units
Pricing : Intermediate
Type of Community   : Skilled Nursing, Religious Affiliation, Memory Unit, Independent Living, Cottages, Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC), Condos, Assisted Living, Apartments, 55+ or Age Restricted
What Cypress Glen is like
Cypress Glen is a United Methodist continuing care retirement community located in Greenville, North Carolina. The community is managed by Life Care Services LLC. The campus features spacious, well-designed residences, including cottages, apartments, suites and private rooms. The community offers a cafe for casual dining, a gift shop, wellness center/exercise facility, an aerobics pool, chapel, an arts and crafts room, and a library. Residents can have full access to a full continuum of health care, including a clinic, assisted living, memory care, independence plus care and skilled nursing.


  • Swimming Pool-Indoor
  • Fitness Room
  • Chapel or Worship Services
  • Pet Friendly
  • Convenience Store
  • Arts & Crafts Studio
  • Library
  • Community Center
  • Wellness program
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What others are saying about Cypress Glen

Not great if you have to use Assisted Living
I had a relative here. It was fine when she was in Independent Living. But for health reasons she had to move to Assisted Living. It was very expensive; the quality of the aides and nurses was erratic; the common area & dining room for Assisted Living is depressing, particularly compared to the Independent living areas. There are people in Assisted Living who should really be in Skilled Care or the Memory Cottage, but those always seemed to have a backlog. It meant that my aunt who was completely mentally competent was surrounded primarily by people with various forms of mental disability which really depressed her. The concept of continuing care is only a good one if the facility provides appropriate facilities at all phases of elderly living.
Posted by Topretirementobserver on March 03, 2014

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