Hearthside at Castle Heights, a non-profit organization that consists of a 44-room assisted-living group home, is set to break ground on a new community of 30 individual homes, The Heights of Hearthside, on their campus Friday, July 31, beginning at 2 p.m. at 215 Castle Heights Ave. N., Lebanon.
The Heights of Hearthside represents a new concept in senior independent living here in Wilson County, officials said. Situated on the campus of the historical Castle Heights Military Academy, these single family homes will offer previously unavailable options for those active adults who are looking for peace of mind in their retirement.
The Heights of Hearthside will offer independent homes with two- and three-bedroom floor plans carefully designed for seniors. Conveniently located in the heart of Lebanon, The Heights is a retirement retreat offering energetic seniors an independent lifestyle with the security of a neighborhood and all the amenities of a first-rate retirement community including a clubhouse.
Hearthside at Castle Heights Board of Directors, State Rep. Stratton Bone, Wilson County Mayor Robert Dedman and Lebanon Mayor Philip Craighead are to take part in the groundbreaking ceremony for the new homes.