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Sunrise At Huntcliff Summit I
8592 Roswell Road, Sandy Springs, GA 30350
Based on 19 reviews
Services and Housing OptionsIndependent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care
Sunrise At Huntcliff Summit I DescriptionAt Huntcliff Summit, located in Sandy Springs, you will find a community that offers a wide variety of senior living services to meet the needs of seniors throughout Fulton County, Georgia. Our campus features two buildings located on the same street, both of which offer a variety of senior care options, including independent living, assisted living, memory care and more, so residents can age in place. Sunrise at Huntcliff Summit is a beautiful community that offers residents a busy calendar of activities and outings, delicious restaurant-style dining, and an excellent location just 20 miles north of downtown Atlanta. Our community has an excellent reputation among local residents, physicians, and other healthcare professionals. In fact, our team members and special campus have been featured on CBS Better Mornings Atlanta and WebMD. We are devoted to providing our residents with the best possible support and services, based on research and theories of aging. We work hard to fulfill our mission to champion quality of life for all seniors. Our founder, Paul Klaassen, said, "The best senior living has yet to be invented," and we take this to heart. This means committing to continuous quality improvement by learning from our past experiences and current residents and families. Sunrise At Huntcliff Summit I is located 2.5 miles from Roswell, a large town with a population of 94,501. Other nearby cities and towns include Dunwoody, Sandy Springs, Alpharetta and Chamblee. The community is in a middle class neighborhood where the average income is $68,476, 50% of the country has a higher median income. This community provides Independent Living, Assisted Living and Memory Care and has Studio and Suite apartments available. Studio apartments start at an estimated $2,770 a month, while the average cost of Independent Living is $2,640 in Sandy Springs, $2,924 in GA, and $3,394 in the United States. These prices are estimated. Sunrise At Huntcliff Summit I is a member of a larger group of communities called Sunrise Senior Living. Sunrise At Huntcliff Summit I is ranked 3 out of 4 communities in Sandy Springs and is ranked 268 out of 636 communities in GA.
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Surrounding AreaSunrise At Huntcliff Summit I is also close to a range of restaurants, culture, shopping and parks. Looking to go out to eat or order takeout? Order chicken at Buffalo Wild Wings, barbecue at Spiced Right Rib House or Chinese at Hong Kong City. Love the arts? Head on over to Roswell Cultural Arts Center, Barn Theatre, or Kidcreate Studio. Enjoy shopping? Spend some time at Parkaire Landing Shopping Center, Olde Town Shopping Center, or Woodlawn Square Shopping Center. Looking for a park to relax at? Enjoy the outdoors at Roswell, Riverside Park, or Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area.
WeatherWeather in the area consists of an average of 186 days of rain, 5 days of snow and 173 days of sun and the total precipitation is around 3.5 inches a year. The region reaches a high of 85°F in the summer and 45°F in the winter, with an average temp of 66.7°F throughout the year.
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My father lived here for quite some time. He sent the final years of his life within these hallowed halls. You see, he was an oil man, a baron you might call him. Huntcliff was quite the change of pace for him.I remember one time my father looked at me and asked, “Mordecai, what the hell have you done with your life?” And I responded, “Dad, I’m only six,” but that was never enough for him.Father never liked this place very much. He said that the food tasted like rats and the halls smelled like death, however he liked that there were ample options for exercise. I myself thought that the tilapia here was quite tasty. On my second visit, I ordered the salmon dish. It took a while, and the fish was disappointingly dry, which is surprising because fish live in the water, which is not dry. On my third visit, I ordered the Summit Burger. The onions were okay, but the tomato was too red for my taste.If you want your loved ones to live with with average tilapia, long hallways, and the ghost of an oil baron who is still disappointed in his son, I highly recommend Huntcliff Summit.Sincerely,Mordecai H. Parnasis
Huntcliff Summitt recommended to us by a wonderful man at a car dealership whose mother resided there for about 10 years. He could not speak well enough of it. We went to take a look and spoke with Michelle who was most helpful. Bob who is the manager was trying to come accross more of a salesman and pitched it perfectly. Alot of promises, misleading gestures of kindness and one of the most rude and shocking experiences for my mom and my family. My mom moved in on 4/7/16 and I, her 51 year old daughter moved her furniture in (large items) through the front door. It took me a few weeks to get everything. Never ever was I told that I could not move these items through the front door. Of course not, they took $2500.00 non-refundable administrative fee and her first months rent of $3,000.00. They truly have this game to a "T". They were so accommodating with me and offering me to use their dolly, shopping card or valet to make the move easier....through the front door. On 6/4/16, my son, his girlfriend, my husband and myself beginning moving my mom out as she was not comfortable there anymore. We were harrassed continually by Lisa Schilling. She said that we had to use the service elevator. It was 97 degrees outside. We had to take an elevator to the bottom and then down a hallway, down a ramp, outside, then start the process over again. We did this 6 times and could not do it anymore. We did not have the strength to make these long trips in a way that could have taken less time and done more efficiently through the front door as I initially did with my mom's move in. Lisa ran after me in the front of the community and kept saying to me" do I want to be responsible if someone falls and breaks a hip", " do I want that on my conscience"? She repeated this over and over. She then followed me back into the facility ranting in front of the residents, guest and employees in the same manner. It was shocking. She even engaged in a verbal argument with my 24 year old son who was simply trying to help his grandmother. Huntcliff Summitt will sell you a package to get you in, but as soon as you say you are leaving, you are NOTHING to them. It is disgusting. My mother had been waiting for a storm door to be placed in her room for 5 weeks and it just kept getting swept under the rug. My mother then complained to the front desk that her front door was sticking. Of course, nothing was done. We asked for an electrician to add an outlet so that my mom can put a lamp in for more light as a 85 year old woman needs. She would pay for it. We waited 6 weeks and finally gave up. I wrote a letter to the corporate office and had communications on the phone with them and they advised me that they will speak to the employees who created this situation and resolve it. There are other Senior facilities to look into for your loved one's. Please do your due diligence. Not Huntcliff Summitt. If you do move your loved one's in here, plan on going at least twice a week to make sure they are doing their job, taking care of your parent's needs and not overcharge for services not completed. This is not even worthy of 1 star!!!!!
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