Edgehill is a 62+ luxurious continuing care retirement community (CCRC) located in Stamford, CT.
You are acclimated to life’s finer things, and your retirement lifestyle should be no different. At Edgehill, you will live in the comfortable and cultivated style to which you are accustomed, but without day-to-day worries, such as home maintenance.
With our concierge services and world-class amenities you would find in the finest hotels or resorts across the globe, you will retire in your style—carefree, active and living your life to its fullest. Edgehill is where life meets style.
You Create Your Way of Life
Your incomparable Edgehill experience is as individual and unique as you are. You choose what you want to do every step of the way. On and off campus, you will find everything you need to remain active and engaged in every facet of well-being. Stimulate your mind with cultural and learning programs; get physical by participating in fitness activities; engage with others through socials, clubs and committees. It is always up to you to do as much or as little as you wish.
Enjoy extensive amenities you will not find at other retirement communities.
Enjoy a cultural mecca in Stamford or nearby Greenwich.
Move to Edgehill without sacrificing the sophisticated and cultured lifestyle with which you are familiar. While the community is in a rural and picturesque New England location, Manhattan is a short car ride away, and you can easily reach Boston by Acela train. We are close to Greenwich beaches, where residents have beach passes. Plus, there are more than 80 restaurants and hundreds of stores, as well as music, theater, golf and more. You will never run out of things to do.
COVID-19 Vaccine Update & Announcements
We are proud to share that 98% of our resident population has been vaccinated, with new residents receiving priority access to the vaccine. Throughout campus, we are practicing social distancing, wearing masks and utilizing cleaning protocols as outlined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Connecticut Department of Public Health to provide for resident safety.