A NEW SENIOR
Large Community Room
Parking for Every Unit
Year Built: 2020
900 Sq. Ft Homes
UTILITIES INCLUDED - Water, sewer, garbage, & electric.
Housekeeping Services, including in-unit laundry service and cleaning once per week.
Two meals per day from DHS, lunch, and dinner, for each resident.
Security & safety services - including video surveillance of exterior properties.
Property Maintenance - including lawn care & snow removal.
Care Coordination - including nutrition classes, periodic health screenings, personal health coaching, and prescription delivery from DHS's Health Center Pharmacy.
Transportation to and from the Leased Premises to the DHS campus for appointments and visits.
SENIOR LIVING PRICED BELOW NATIONAL AVERAGE
$2,300 MONTHLY, ONLY $77 A DAY
WALKING DISTANCE TO
DAVIS MEDICAL CENTER
A Look Inside Grace Davis Residences
The Inspiration Behind the Name
The stained glass window (pictured) is the original 125-year-old window from the historic Grace Davis Lee House. Formerly located at 601 Davis Avenue, this home was built by Senator Henry G. Davis in 1894 as a gift for his daughter Grace.
With Elkins' first brickyard not existing until 1902, this home was considered to be the first brick residence built in Elkins. Grace & her husband Arthur lived in the home until the passing of Grace's mother, also in 1902.
The home exchanged ownership a few times over the years with owners such as Elizabeth Tibbets, W.D. Baldwin, WV Senator Harry B. Martin, and Robert & Marguriette Scott. In its final years, it was used as a law office before being sold and demolished in 2007 for the construction of Walgreens.
Now in 2019, the stained glass window will earn its new home as part of the Grace Davis Residences, where its history and beauty can once again be enjoyed.