“Living at Copley Woodlands is like living in a fine Inn where you dine every night in a gracious dining room with congenial dinner companions. It is the perfect answer.” - Florence Taylor
Copley Woodlands is a 40-unit Independent Living Retirement Community in the heart of Stowe, Vermont’s quintessential New England Village. On-site services include one meal per day in the stylish dining room, scheduled van transportation, recreational, cultural and fitness activities, housekeeping, maintenance, night security and personal services coordination. Home ownership or leasing is available with resident also responsible for a monthly residential service fee. Copley Woodlands offers a service investment and promotes continued independence with residential comfort in mind:
• Spacious units averaging 1,100 square feet
While you energize your retirement in a world-class resort town, Copley Woodlands takes the worry out of the details. Designed by The Burley Partnership, an internationally-known architectural firm, all Copley Woodlands homes have a practical, spacious floor plan. Our common areas feature a living room with a fireplace and a large, main dining room. There is also a library and meetings area, a courtyard, extensive flower beds and garden plots. The building also has a laundry room, an exercise room with free weights, stationary bicycle, treadmill, large screen television and more. The facility also has storage facilities.
Copley Woodlands is a partnership between Copley Health Systems and University of Vermont Medical Center. We invite you to tour this website to learn more via the underlined navigational links. (Please be patient: this is an image-intensive site with many large pictures, which take longer to load on dial-up internet connections.) We would be pleased to arrange a personal on-site tour of our facilities. You may contact us via U.S. mail, telephone or email.
Copley Woodlands • 125 Thomas Lane • Stowe, Vermont 05672 • (802) 253-7200 • email
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