Inspired, independent living in a community you’ll love calling home

‘The safety and happiness of residents are key – the two go hand-in-hand.’

Inspired, independent living in a community you’ll love calling home

You love the privacy and independence of having your own home, but not necessarily the upkeep and maintenance. And cooking every day? You wouldn’t mind leaving that to the professionals.

Add to that the opportunity to socialize and enjoy a variety of activities, knowing that your safety is top of mind … and it may be time to discover Windsor Square.

A pet-friendly independent living residence in Marysville, Windsor Square retirement community offers residents well-appointed one- or two-bedroom apartments, paired with the freedom and flexibility of chef-prepared meals, weekly housekeeping and a variety of amenities, all included in their monthly fee.

Outside, residents enjoy the inviting courtyard and garden area, creating a park-like setting to visit and socialize safely.

Inspired, independent living in a community you’ll love calling home

Enjoy your own space or get social. In addition to their own living spaces, including fully-equipped kitchens for making snacks and light meals in the comfort of their suite, residents appreciate the opportunity to connect with friends new and old. A bus and van are available to take residents on daytrips and excursions throughout the community when protocols allow. A full activity calendar includes a residents’ walking group and the popular happy hour Fridays, complete with entertainment, which staff have adapted to the current COVID reality. “Residents really appreciate that we’re trying to walk that line – we want them to be happy and fulfilled during these times, but the balance is that we want them to be healthy,” says Windsor Square’s Mary Blakey.

The amenities you want. Because activity and community are essential to our wellness, Windsor Square offers the sought-after amenities residents love. Work out in the fitness center, relax and peruse the latest page-turner in the library, or chat with friends in the theater/game room or in the lounges found on each floor.

The food you love. Recognizing the importance of fresh, healthy and delicious food, residents have the choice of enjoying two chef-prepared meals daily in the dining room, or fixing a plate to enjoy in the privacy of their apartment. An alternative menu is available when the evening’s main dishes don’t appeal. “Our residents have lots of choices,” Blakey says.

The safety you need. With the first arrival of COVID-19 in Washington state, the Windsor Square team was quick to act, ensuring the residence remained free of the virus. Protocols continue, including guest sign-in, requiring them to wear a mask, and not be symptomatic.

Claudia working on a puzzle in the Windsor Square Library

Claudia working on a puzzle in the Windsor Square Library

“At Windsor Square we understand that safety and happiness of residents are key, and the two go hand-in-hand,” Blakey says.

“There’s a lot of stability with our staff here – we care about our residents and that comes from the top.”

For more information, or to arrange for your tour of Windsor Square, visit or call 360-653-1717.

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