Building & Amenities

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Horn Pond

New Horizons Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) was established in 1994 by Cummings Properties, LLC of Woburn, Massachusetts. This campus setting was originally a residential girls school and has since been renovated and significantly enlarged. A wide variety of amenities and features have been added to foster both aesthetic appeal and comfort.

In 2002, the campus was enlarged with two new four-story buildings and 130 oversized units for fully independent seniors. Most buildings this size tend to be wood-framed, but The Meadows are steel-framed with poured concrete floors. A majority of the two-story New Horizons building is fireproof poured-concrete, including the roof. For extra protection, the buildings have extensive fire protection sprinkler systems.

Inside the building, residents can explore the following:

  • Nurses’ stations
  • Renowned hair salon
  • Resident services office
  • Stunning outdoor patios
  • Three elegant dining rooms
  • Art Studio
  • Game room
  • Large-screen theaters
  • Pharmacy/sundry shop
  • Heated indoor swimming pool
New Horizons Residents
Courtyard at New Horizons
Courtyard at New Horizons

With eight elevators throughout the buildings and an elegant indoor walking path with hand rails and seating areas, New Horizons at Marlborough has created a community of convenience.

Are you ready to call New Horizons at Marlborough your home? Give us a call at 508-460-5200 or fill out our contact form.

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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 $25 million annually, and has awarded more than $300 million to date to support greater Boston nonprofits.