Enjoy nature's four seasons
right outside your door.
Set in Seattle’s historic and beloved Green Lake neighborhood, The Hearthstone offers a deep connection to nature. Surrounded by walking paths, stunning vistas, nearby retail, the renown Woodland Park Zoo and best-in-class medical care, our community offers so much to current and potential residents.
With roots in the Lutheran Faith dating back to its inception in the mid-20th century, The Hearthstone honors the faith’s core values of safeguarding, nurturing and caring for all people. Today, The Hearthstone enjoys a reputation as Western Washington’s leading continuing care retirement community, welcoming people age 62 or greater of all faiths, genders and orientations.
The Hearthstone campus consists of three buildings: The Flagship Lakeside building on the shores of Green Lake, Cove West and Cove East. Residents in any of our buildings are afforded a full complement of community amenities and CCRC health services, including skilled nursing, assisted living and memory care. Beyond those invaluable services, The Hearthstone provides a true sense of comfort and belonging to all who are happy to call our community their home.
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Puget Sound’s leading continuing care retirement community in the heart of Green Lake
Peace of Mind
The Hearthstone campus offers three buildings from which to choose based on preferences or needs. No matter what the choice, there is great peace of mind in knowing that a Continuing Care Retirement Community such as The Hearthstone, higher levels of care are available if ever they are needed.
Life in The Hearthstone’s Green Lake neighborhood offers a deep connection to nature. Surrounded by walking paths, stunning vistas, nearby retail, the renown Woodland Park Zoo and best-in-class medical care, our community offers so much to current and potential residents.
The Non-profit Advantage
As an non-profit community, decisions are made in the best interests of our residents, rather than shareholders as is the case with for-profit organizations. Funds after operating expenses are reinvested into the quality of residential life while also preparing for long range projects and long term needs.