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Retirement Communities in Rock Hill, South Carolina

Listing of Retirement Communities in Rock Hill, South Carolina - please help by providing your feedback! If you know of any others that aren't listed, please suggest a listing.

Quail Meadow Park Inc

2025 Ebenezer Rd
Rock Hill, South Carolina 29732-1062
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Beaver Creek Mobile Home Park

Po Box 2685
Rock Hill, South Carolina 29732-4685
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Adnah Hills Mobile Home Park

2026 Celanese Rd
Rock Hill, South Carolina 29732-1322
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Duncan Mobile Home Park

1421 Old Friendship Rd
Rock Hill, South Carolina 29730-9567
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Willow Spring Mobile Home Park

926 Spring St
Rock Hill, South Carolina 29730-4763
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Rock Hill Motel & Mobile Home Park

2269 Lesslie Hwy
Rock Hill, South Carolina 29730-8560
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Mc Guire Mobile Home Park

2975 Pump Station Rd
Rock Hill, South Carolina 29730-8978
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Jack Nelson Estates Mobile Home

3175 Lesslie Hwy
Rock Hill, South Carolina 29730-7971
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About Rock Hill, South Carolina

Rock Hill, a city located in the state of South Carolina (SC), is home to a population of approximately 115,292 people. Rock Hill boasts a median age of 34.1, with around 19.5% of its residents aged 60 or above. 8.1% of the population identifies as US Veterans. 10.9% of Rock Hill residents are disabled. The city has an average household income of $55,706, while the unemployment rate stands at 5.8%, and around 13.5% of the population is considered to be living below the poverty level. In terms of housing, the average home value in Rock Hill is $187,395, with a monthly rent averaging $1,098.

About Retirement Communities

Retirement communities are residential communities for over 55 senior adults who are able to care for themselves and live independently. Retirees find comfort, fun, and friendship in these often age-restricted neighborhoods, where home maintenance and lawn care are usually included in monthly fees. A continuing care retirement community (CCRC), also known as a “life plan community,” has all of the same features in addition to provisions commonly found within assisted living or nursing home care.
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