The life you’ve earned, in the town you already love.
You’ve worked hard. You’ve already found the perfect place to live, and perhaps now you’re looking for a new place to call home. Homestead at Hamilton is everything you’ve earned – in the place that understands your goals, respects your values, matches your style and truly recognizes your budget.
Homestead at Hamilton also frees up much of your time that is consumed by chores and the upkeep of a home and daily life. Plus, there are services in place to keep you active in all ways — physically, socially, mentally and many other ways you can imagine. We offer independent living, assisted living, as well as enhanced assisted living and specialty Valeo™ memory care, should you need assistance in the future.
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Homestead’s 96 independent living apartments offer a number of different interior styles. Pair that with numerous amenities and the ability to keep full control of your finances, and you’ll find that life at Homestead is just like the one you know, only easier and much more convenient.
Take comfort in our support. The assisted living neighborhood — for those who need supportive healthcare services — has unique amenities, including a display kitchen for cooking classes and family get-togethers, game rooms and a choice of dining venues.
Enhanced Assisted Living
The Terrace at Homestead neighborhood provides enhanced care for assisted living residents who need a higher level of support with more personalized team member attention and care. In The Terrace, residents live in an exclusive neighborhood within the community, close to all the amenities and services they need.
Valeo™ Memory Care
In a secure, comfortable environment, Homestead at Hamilton provides personal assistance and wellness programs for residents with memory impairments. A concierge shared with Assisted Living, separate amenities and a highly trained and licensed team members ensure dignity and privacy for residents who are striving to keep their mind and spirit strong.
Valeo™ Signature Programs
Our signature memory care programs respect your passions and experiences, tapping into your past to call upon and preserve your memories — not only for you but for your entire family. From there, our team develops personalized programming around your specific abilities and interests, helping you continue to live a life that is fulfilling and engaging.
Choose from more than a dozen unique floor plans ranging in size from 450 to 1,000 square feet, each designed to maximize space and natural light. All independent living spaces include a full kitchen and washer and dryer, while assisted living and memory care spaces offer a kitchenette with a refrigerator and microwave.
Photo & Video Gallery
Discover the life you've always imagined. Take our photo tour and view our welcoming community spaces and residences in independent living, assisted living and memory care.
Take a Tour
Experience the possibilities at Homestead at Hamilton. View our virtual tours of independent living, assisted living and the Valeo memory care neighborhood and get a sneak peek of our retirement community.
Hamilton, NJ Retirement Community FAQs
What is a retirement community?
A retirement community is specifically designed for the comfort and safety of older adults. Typically, housing consists of private apartments or townhouses that individuals can either buy or rent. The community also provides convenient access to amenities such as home maintenance, security monitoring and housekeeping.
In addition to key amenities, retirement communities aim to boost the holistic wellness of residents. It’s common for communities to plan regular social events and activities that connect neighbors. Some may also offer more robust amenities such as healthcare, dining, transportation, a fitness center, clubhouse and more.
Who can join a retirement community?
While every community has its own entry requirements, anybody over the age of 55 can join Homestead at Hamilton. Retirement living is beneficial for individuals regardless of where they are in their retirement journey. Whether you’re interested in staying active, minimizing home responsibilities or simply connecting with like-minded neighbors, our Homestead at Hamilton retirement community can help you make the most of every day.
Why join a retirement community in Hamilton, New Jersey?
At a retirement community, you can thrive on your own terms. By minimizing home responsibilities like cooking and cleaning, you can achieve the total freedom to define your retirement living. Enjoy the company of new friends during social events, pursue your wellness goals at the neighborhood pool or try something new with an art class. No matter how you decide to spend your time, you’ll feel at ease with 24/7 security monitoring and have everything you need within close walking distance.
What type of care is offered at a retirement community?
One of the greatest benefits of retirement communities is access to healthcare – if and when you need it. At Homestead at Hamilton, for example, we offer a variety of care programs, including independent living, assisted living, enhanced assisted living, memory care and more. No matter your care needs, you can easily upgrade to a new level without having to relocate.
How much does it cost to live in a retirement community?
Every retirement community comes at a unique price (depending on the location), floor plans and included services and amenities. Nationally, the average cost of living in a retirement community is $4,500, though New Jersey has slightly higher pricing at $6,495.
As you research potential retirement communities, check the pricing at your favorite options. At Homestead at Hamilton, we offer affordable, value-packed independent living that start at $3,475. We also have all-inclusive assisted living starting at $4,995 and memory care starting at $5,600.
Is a retirement community the same as a nursing home?
No, retirement communities and nursing homes are quite different. At a retirement community, individuals design their own days and take advantage of luxury amenities, such as a fitness center, spa, theater and more.
At a nursing home, individuals are recovering from an illness or injury and aren’t able to pursue their independent retirement goals. Instead, they require specialized 24/7 nursing care, including medical care, assistance with self-care, medication management and more. Some recreational activities may be planned for residents, but it’s not usually the main focus.