Cedarfield, a continuing care retirement community (CCRC), opened its doors in September 1996, built on the solid foundation of Virginia United Methodist Homes, Inc., a not-for-profit provider of retirement living in Virginia since 1948. Cedarfield is a vibrant community, designed for active adults age 62 or better.
Because of its western Henrico location, Cedarfield exclusively offers a quiet setting on 95 private acres, yet minutes from upscale shopping and restaurants in Short Pump and West Broad Village. Henrico County’s Deep Run Park shares a border with Cedarfield, which has proven to be very popular with the residents.
Of course, location is just one reason so many people enjoy living at Cedarfield. If you can think it, you can do it at Cedarfield. Charming cottage homes and spacious apartments, combined with excellent dining venues and the many amenities provided, make Cedarfield the preferred choice in retirement living.
Most importantly, should future needs of assistance arise, there is a full range of exceptional health services available on site including assisted living, memory support, and health care. In anticipation of construction of a new house-hold model health care center, Cedarfield has already moved to a person-first philosophy in its health services area, placing the emphasis on the individual needs and desires of each resident, rather than institutional practices designed after hospital models requiring strict schedules and few choices.
Although there is a traditional elegance that is distinctive throughout the community, Cedarfield is much more than bricks and mortar; the people are the most important part. Team members and volunteers go “above and beyond” every single day to provide excellent customer service to enhance the quality of life for all its residents. In turn, the residents provide the heart, soul and purpose which continues to make Cedarfield the premier retirement community it is today.