Eisenach Village, an independent living retirement community for active adults, will be opening its doors to the public Friday, Oct. 11, as part of its 10-year anniversary celebration. Several homes and the Klubhaus will be open for tours and information will be available from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. at 1100 Bach Ave., Waverly.
This open house coincides with the weekend of Wartburg’s homecoming and all area residents and out-of-town guests are welcome to visit Eisenach Village, located just north of Bartels Lutheran Retirement Community.
Demand for the unique townhomes and maintenance-free living has prompted Bartels Lutheran Retirement Community to break ground and begin construction on more homes this fall. The 31-acre development has limited lots and homes available. Anyone unavailable during the open house and wants more information is encouraged to contact Howard Clancy at Eisenach Village at (319) 352-1258 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The retirement community is for 55-plus adults with a focus on freedom for active and engaging people. Freedom from the everyday chores and maintenance of owning a home, and the freedom to experience the lifestyle, leisure and learning the community offers. The draw to the Eisenach Village community is much more than the beautiful homes, peaceful and picturesque location, and maintenance-free living; it is the people and the sense of community.
Eisenach Village offers Energy-star rated ranch-style townhomes complete with four-season rooms, outdoor courtyards and attached private garages.
A centralized Klubhaus is a community center for the members of Eisenach Village. The open floor plan with vaulted ceilings is great for hosting meetings, events, social gatherings and much more. There is also a billiards room, kitchenette and beautiful patio available for both daily use and special-event use. The community also features a large pond stocked with fish on the south side of the community, along with walking trails.