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Contact Info

Contact: Robin Hill
The Hill House
8840 Egg Farm Lane
Kenwood, CA 95452
Email: info@assistedlivingseniorcare.org
Phone: (707) 833-1157

Business Office:
1037 Third Street
Santa Rosa, CA 95401

postheadericon Residential Care and Assisted Living for Seniors in Sonoma County

In Sonoma county, residents of The Hill House residential care can enjoy a distinctive, leisure retirement living set amidst the scenic and cultural wonders of the Sonoma Valley, between Santa Rosa and Sonoma. We created The Hill House to make our residents and their families feel comfortable from Day One.

The Hill House Residential Care facility is in the small town of Kenwood in the center of Sonoma county and is designed to provide the comfort of home and much more. It's the one retirement address that blends beautiful, hand-crafted architecture and interior designs within an uplifting, relaxed, and secure environment in Sonoma county.

The video below presents life at The Hill House so you can judge for yourself whether you will enjoy living with us here.

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postheadericonFamily Always Welcome

We want your family to feel that Hill House is their home, too. You can invite all you family and friends to visit you at any time.

That's one of the things making Hill House unique. Our residents feel like Hill House is their own home.

We encourage you to have your family visit at any time. We have unlimited visiting hours.

We find that all the residents benefit from interaction with family members and it keeps residents feeling connected to their families in a way not possible in most residential facilities.