Welcome to Garden Place Waterloo
Welcome to Garden Place Waterloo – a charming senior living community, set in a charming town just 20 minutes from St. Louis, Missouri. You can start your perfect day with a terrific breakfast (prepared FOR you, not by you!). Socialize with friends and plan your day.
Thinking about a day out? Perhaps a day trip to the History Museum or the beautifully restored Peterstown House, then enjoy lunch at JV's Restaurant or one of the many other friendly restaurants in historic downtown. (And be sure to mark your calendar for Fried Chicken Sunday at Gallagher’s – their family recipe chicken was voted #1 by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and the Riverfront Times!) Need to pick up a few things while you’re out? Walmart is just 3 miles from your door. And after your busy day, maybe a sip of relaxation at Schorr Lake Vineyards! It’s all here – convenience and fun in a peaceful country atmosphere with assisted living and retirement services.
If you prefer to spend the day at home, stretch your legs with some group exercise, or try your hand at a new craft. Maybe, after a delicious lunch, just relax with a game of cards followed by an afternoon nap. It’s so easy to relax, knowing you have no worries, because we take care of everything!
Garden Place Waterloo has a total of 65 apartments in a variety of floor plans, so you can find the home that perfectly suits your needs.
We would love to meet you, show you around, and answer all of your questions about retirement and assisted living. Please contact us today to arrange a tour.
At Garden Place Waterloo:
- We encourage you or your loved one to be independent when possible.
- To maintain your community contacts.
- To expand your horizons by sharing your talents, continuing to learn, and exploring the opportunity to try new things.
Passion and Commitment
We provide wellness services and life enrichment opportunities to maintain or improve the capabilities of each resident – with the emphasis on abilities rather than disabilities. We warmly welcome you to experience the good people who live and work here and their loyalty and dedication to the greater good.