Welcome to Seabury, an Active Life Care Community...
Nestled on more than 66 acres of beautiful Connecticut countryside, with vistas in every direction, the Seabury Campus consists of a sophisticated, architecturally distinctive assortment of housing choices; from charming individual cottages (one-, two- and two- bedroom with den), to studios, and one-, two-, and two- bedroom with den apartments. As a life care community for adultsfifty and older, Seabury combines exceptional residences and an independent lifestyle with the security of future long-term quality health care at virtually no additional cost.
Seabury enjoys the perfect location. The picturesque campus is located between the centers of Bloomfield and West Hartford and is just minutes from the Farmington Valley and downtown Hartford. Seabury is located in the corridor between Boston and New York and is convenient to Bradley International Airport and major interstate highways. Residing at Seabury means easy access to shopping and rich cultural and academic opportunities.
Seabury’s commitment to wellness is the pathway to successful aging and promotes a vital lifestyle of independence, opportunities for personal growth, long lasting personal relationships, future security & more.
Wellness for Life Philosophy
Seabury is committed to a “Wellness for Life” philosophy by meeting the physical/nutritional, spiritual, social/emotional, intellectual, and vocational needs of the people we serve through services, accommodations and professional management that will increase and maintain a high quality of life.
We are dedicated to providing the highest quality of life to the people we serve through excellence in personalized service.
Since 1876, Church Home of Hartford, Incorporated, d/b/a Seabury, an affiliate of the Episcopal Diocese of Connecticut, has dedicated itself to providing housing and support services for older adults. Seabury, a not-for-profit, interdenominational community, established in 1992, combines high quality retirement housing with high quality continuing health care.