Available Now at Retro Pricing!
We have some exceptional news that could make your retirement dreams a reality today. Beautiful, fully customizable Two-Bedroom Expanded Village Cottages are available now at the same price you would have enjoyed in 2004. Take advantage of this limited opportunity and save as much as $65,000 on your entrance fee!
Wide-open floor plans boast 1,243 sq. ft. of space, with two bedrooms, two baths, a deluxe kitchen, built-ins galore, and bright natural sunlight coming from entryway skylights and picture-style windows. Our talented renovations team uses high-quality finishes when redesigning the home to your taste, including granite, hardwood, stainless steel, plush carpeting, tile flooring, and more. They'll even add a fireplace or customize the kitchen and living space
You'll love the Expanded Cottages, offering larger living rooms, a spacious garage, and a full deck, which spans nearly the entire width of the cottage. Live in a parklike setting, with mature landscaping,tall trees, and golf course and mountain views. Choose a location near Skyline Plaza, The Terrace, the Resident Gardens, or the Dog Park, with easy access to scenic walking paths that weave throughout our campus. We fully maintain your cottage and your garden for you, but if you have a green thumb, you’re invited to get involved!
Call the Marketing Team for details at 541-857-7214 or 1-800-848-7868.
Meet Your Future Neighbors
Jamie and Wayne Harris…and Family
For the Harrises, moving to RVM was a family affair. "Initially, we were looking for a retirement community for my mother," says Jamie Harris. "We had known about RVM for many years because we had friends who lived here. My Mom said she would move if we would, so even though Wayne and I felt we were young to be moving to a retirement community, we moved in at the same time as my mom. Nine years later, we continue to enjoy our cottage and the lifestyle, and we're glad we moved at an early age. My mom is now 92 and is still in independent living in the Manor building."
Jamie's sisters are following suit. "Soon after we moved in, both of my sisters, who had visited often, put their names on the waiting list. Last year, my sister Linda moved to RVM from Hawaii. Now we're waiting for my other sister and her husband from Texas to join us."
What attracted the Harrises to RVM? "We knew we wanted to be in a continuing care retirement community with the various levels of care: the independent living, assisted living, and skilled nursing care," says Jamie. "We have also found how convenient it is to have our own Manor Clinic and Pharmacy. Being a nurse, I was impressed with the care facilities at RVM, and I've since learned that there are many retired nurses and doctors living here."
"I think we have a very supportive, relaxed, and enjoyable environment," says Wayne. "There is an amazing variety of programs and activities, sports, and special interest groups from which to choose. You can be as active as you wish."
"One thing that impressed us when we were investigating coming here was the fact that everyone we met seemed to be so happy, even those with less mobility," says Jamie. "We wondered how so many people could appear so happy. Living here, we feel the answer is that residents are comfortable because they feel well taken care of in their retirement age."
Let the Festivals Begin!
The Britt Festivals concert schedule is now online! Arrange an RVM Getaway and plan to attend a fabulous concert at the area's most popular music festival, now in its 50th year. From June through mid-October, the Britt presents a contemporary mix of R&B, jazz, rock, pop, blue grass, folk, and country music. The Classical Music Festival occurs in August, with a bonus concert in October.
Highlights this year are: Steve Martin and the Steep Canyon Rangers, Kris Kristofferson, Melissa Etheridge, Heart, Trace Adkins, and Huey Lewis and the News, plus violinist Sarah Chang, pianist André Watts, a Symphony Pops concert by the Britt Orchestra, and more.
You'll love the location almost as much as the concert. Most concerts are held in historic Jacksonville in the outdoor Britt Pavilion, a naturally formed amphitheater surrounded by ponderosa pines and native madrones and accented by beautiful views of the valley. Dress casually and enjoy reserved or lawn seating. Come early to dine, take a trolley tour, and stroll through shops in this 1850s gold rush town. Also consider attending these events:
- On June 9, come to the Taste of Summer in Jacksonville, with live music, wine tastings, street performers, children's activities, and more.
- On July 7–9, bring your grandchildren to the Storytelling Guild's 46th Annual Children's Festival, also presented on the Britt grounds. Kids of all ages love the imagination-themed activities, the stage performances, and more.