Nestled within the cosmopolitan City of Charlotte, NC lies a hidden gem, Sharon Village. An Independent Living Retirement Community, Sharon Village is situated in a peaceful neighborhood of tree-lined streets and lovely homes, a tranquil retreat with quick and easy access to all that Charlotte has to offer. It is the perfect location to truly begin your new carefree lifestyle. Boasting spacious open floor plan apartments ranging from efficiency, one bedroom, one bedroom deluxe and two bedroom designs with fully equipped kitchens, your apartment will be the showplace you’ve always dreamed of. You will enjoy entertaining or relaxing on your charming scenic screened in porch.
Living in a large metropolitan area, but off the beaten path, certainly has its benefits. Whether it’s a day of touring the world-famous Mint Museum, the NASCAR Hall of Fame, a Carolina Panthers NFL football game, an outing to Carowinds Amusement Park, taking in a concert or an Off-Broadway production, golfing on championship courses, boating on one of many breathtaking local lakes, to touring the nationally acclaimed Billy Graham Library… the possibilities are endless. Restaurants that range from casual to fine dining and shopping opportunities are unlimited. Sharon Village is located moments away from the areas premier hospitals, physicians and specialists.
If you prefer a lifestyle of convenience, Sharon Village has it all. We offer planned stimulating and entertaining activities for you to enjoy at the community as well as outside excursions and tours to satisfy everyone’s taste. You can leave your schedule behind and enjoy new friendships! In addition to independent apartment living, skilled nursing is also located on campus, so residents can feel secure in the fact that further assistance is there if ever needed.Sharon Village is more than an affordable, luxury retirement community.It’s a place to enjoy life as it was meant to be-in style!
One Bedroom Plan
Deluxe One Bedroom Plan
Two Bedroom Plan
It is the policy of Sharon Village not to discriminate in admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, its programs and activities on the basis of handicap, age, race, national origin, sexual orientation or religion.