Assisted Living and Independent Living Community Near Concord, MA

Located just 20 miles west of Boston and 30 minutes from Marlborough, is the beautiful and historic Concord, MA. Concord, MA is full of stunning homes, picturesque landscape and several Revolutionary War sites. Concord is also the home of Emerson, Thoreau and Chester-French, as they are all buried in the Sleepy Hollow Cemetery. Concord is also home to Louisa May Alcott’s Orchard house, which is a key component of the movie and book, Little Women. Noted as one of the biggest small towns in the Northeast, over 17,500 people call Concord home. New Horizons is proud to serve the older community of Concord, MA, and the surrounding Massachusetts area.

As older residents of Concord, MA, and the surrounding Metrowest area begin to look for a quiet retirement lifestyle, there is no better place, as New Horizons at Marlborough is the perfect place to call home. Our top-of-the-line retirement community offers a beautiful property close to Concord, MA, offering a beautiful campus and stunning backdrop for our residents. New Horizons offers its residents a tranquil setting with a variety of amenities that are sure to accommodate everyone and anyone.

About Our Retirement Community Near Concord, MA

New Horizons is thrilled to provide accommodations for those in the older community who are interested in independent living as well as those that are in need of an assisted living care community. One of the great things about New Horizons is that you can begin at independent living, and when the time comes you can switch to assisted living. Giving yourself an easy and time efficient transition, that is sure to make you feel cared for and safe.

Amenities at New Horizons Retirement Community Near Concord, MA

Here at New Horizons, we offer our residents a wide array of amenities. With such a diverse offering of activities we are a positive place where everyone is sure to find an activity to enjoy. Some amenities that our residents can expect at our beautiful retirement community include:

  • Three prepared meals per day
  • Daily activities
  • Protestant, Jewish, and Catholic religious services
  • Off-campus excursions
  • Indoor heated pool
  • Shuttle bus
  • Free Parking

Another fantastic amenity we have for those living at New Horizons is that we have a nurse on site 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Having our nurse here 24/7 ensures that our residents are cared for at all times no matter what time of day. Having our nurse here allows us to fulfill our mission, which is to provide a welcoming and safe atmosphere.

About Our Assisted Living Care & Independent Living Apartments Near Concord, MA

New Horizons at Marlborough offers one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments of varying sizes and layouts, making sure you get exactly what you need and want. Over the past few years we have undergone several massive renovations that have allowed us to create beautiful suites for our residents. Our suites are fully equipped with stunning, bright skylights and personal patios.

One-bedroom and Two-bedroom Suites Near Concord, MA

One-bedroom apartment includes a large living area, bathroom, bedroom, and a complete kitchen. A typical two-bedroom apartment suite includes a fully equipped kitchen, bedroom with a walk-in closet, living room, and master bedroom with an attached bathroom.

Contact New Horizons Today!

If you are located in Concord, MA, or the surrounding area and are in search of a retirement community, to schedule a tour of our property, please feel free to fill out our contact form, or give us a call directly at 508.460.5200 for more information. We look forward to hearing from you soon!

Contact New Horizons

420 Hemenway Street, Marlborough

Betsy Connolly: Executive Director



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Both New Horizons are strictly not-for-profit communities owned by Cummings Foundation, one of the largest private foundations in New England. Cummings Foundation awards more than $30 million annually, and has awarded more than $450 million to date to support greater Boston nonprofits.