Never rake leaves again — instead, find more time to enjoy the great outdoors!

Quail Park of Lynnwood resident Gary Hoskins takes in some of the gorgeous fall colors brightening up the garden.

Quail Park of Lynnwood resident Gary Hoskins takes in some of the gorgeous fall colors brightening up the garden.

As the weather cools and the leaves start to fall, the list of tasks to get your home ready for winter can seem daunting — unless, of course, you don’t have to worry about all that!

When you retire, your time should be yours to enjoy as you wish – catching up with friends old and new, spending time with family, enjoying a favorite hobby, or even pursuing a new one!

But finding time to do that AND undertake all those outdoor autumn chores can be a challenge (and sometimes, like cleaning the gutters, it’s potentially dangerous!)

Wouldn’t it be nice to have that extra time to do the things you want to do?

“At Quail Park, we’ll rake the autumn leaves, clean the gutters, and wash the windows for you,” notes Denis Bryant, president and CEO of Living Care Lifestyles’ recently expanded Quail Park of Lynnwood. “Our friendly team and inviting residences keep you safe in the inclement weather so you can enjoy the season to its fullest.”

One of the best times to be outside or to just enjoy the view

Fall is an ideal time to enjoy a sunny, crisp stroll in Quail Park’s gardens, or head a little farther afield to soak in the autumn atmosphere. If the weather is inclement, what could be nicer than enjoying a cup of coffee or a glass of wine with friends, or enjoying a gourmet meal in the Rainier Dining Room? Quail Park’s lodge-like aesthetic takes its cue from the beauty of nature, with its warm, welcoming decor.

This is more than just safe retirement living, after all. It’s a retirement community where residents can build connections through activities such as gardening, fitness classes, swimming, or simply enjoying the view, from inside or out. This is a great time to enjoy the lifestyle you’ve earned!

READ MORE: Nature matters: Environmental wellness key in retirement

A multi-faceted community, Quail Park of Lynnwood offers a full suite of well-appointed residences, from independent living cottages and apartments to assisted living and memory care accommodations, plus a recently added Enhanced Assisted Living area.

Residents appreciate that continuity of care, with the flexibility to adapt to their needs as they evolve.

Throughout Quail Park, residents appreciate the welcoming, pet-friendly setting filled with thoughtful residential design details including full kitchens, walk-in closets, and in-suite washers and dryers. Multiple dining options are ideal for enjoying those exceptional chef-prepared meals, while vibrant social spaces, including a heated pool, state-of-the-art fitness center and gardens, add to the amenities.

And that activity calendar? From donation drives to special events and outings, you’ll be as busy – or not – as you’d like to be!

To learn more, visit Quail Park of Lynnwood online, or call 425-329-3621 to arrange your virtual or in-person tour.

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