Bryan, Texas, located in Brazos County, Texas, is a senior friendly town, with several senior living options available. There are condominiums and apartments for seniors, as well as independent living facilities, assisted living facilities, nursing, and retirement homes available in this city or in other nearby towns. Bryan, Texas is also home to the Brazos County Senior Citizens Association, Inc., a non-profit organization.
Bryan, Texas also has many activities for seniors. The Brazos County Senior Citizens Association has a get-together for seniors’ activities every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, with a luncheon on Tuesdays and Fridays. There is also an 18-hole, regulation golf course for seniors to enjoy. Bryan also hosts a monthly art and music event in the downtown area. If so inclined, seniors may visit the Messina Hof Winery, located only three and a half miles from town central. Another great place for seniors to enjoy an outing is the Old Bryan Marketplace, whose double leaded glass doors lead into a friendly, warm interior, filled with items both old (antiques, actually), and new furniture and other fascinating items, and a restaurant to dine and relax in. There are many other areas of interest and activities for seniors keep active and lead social lives, including the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum.
The cost of living in Bryan, Texas is 8% less than the national average. Gas prices are 2.2% lower than the national average. The tax rate, for seniors 65 and over, is frozen the year (beginning in January) they turn 65, and will not increase. This also goes for city, state and local taxes, and Government pensions. Check online for all the tax particulars you may need information on or be concerned about.
The are only a few independent living facilities, assisted living or nursing care facilities currently in Bryan, Texas, but more are in the larger cities nearby, such as College Station, Texas, which is only 5.4 miles away from Bryan. Online or by phone is the best way to obtain rates and payment options, at this time. All of the available senior care options promote social interactions, healthy living and activities for their residents.
Contact SeniorLiving.Org. We will help you gain information about these, and other, independent living, assisted living, nursing care, or other senior living options of interest. We look forward to hearing from you and offering any help we may provide.