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"Live Vibrant" at Brightview Country Club Heights!

I had the opportunity to visit Brightview this week and was impressed with what I saw. Brightview's motto is "Live Vibrant" and their community backed that up.

As a Realtor in Woburn, I come across seniors who are faced with the difficult decision of downsizing. The home they have owned and loved has now become a burden due to the upkeep and maintenence. My job is not only to sell their home but also to provide suitable housing options.

One such place here in Woburn is the Brightview Country Club Heights, an independent and assisted living community.

I had the opportunity to visit Brightview this week and was impressed with what I saw. Brightview's motto is "Live Vibrant" and their community backed that up.

While walking through the building, I loved how bright and clean everything was. I was further impressed with all the amenities including the newly renovated dining room that overlooks the Woburn Golf course, Mulligan's bar, lounge, exercise room, great room, computer area, craft room and more! Best of all, the apartments were good sized and at affordable prices. It became clear to me that Brightview Country Club Heights would be a great option for my senior clients looking to downsize.

According to Brooke Schoch, the Community Sales Director, "Brightview is home to 98 residents and helps bring everything together, in one location, to offer them opportunity to live a most vibrant, full-filling life"

If you haven't visited Brightview in Woburn, I would highly recommend you contact Brooke Schoch at bschoch@BVSL.net to schedule your personal visit. You will be impressed as I was and may decide this is the best housing option for you or your loved ones.

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