Fairmount Homes

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333 Wheat Ridge Dr.
Ephrata, PA 17522

Phone: (717) 354-1800
Fax: (717) 354-6665


Fairmount Homes offers a continuum of living options including Cottages, Apartments, Residential Living Suites, Personal Care, Health Care, Short Term Rehabilitation, and Fairmount at Home, a home maker/caregiver service that provides assistance with daily living tasks to residential living residents on campus and into the local community.


Fairmount’s rural campus on a beautiful hill with panoramic views of the surrounding farmland offers the best of life in a peaceful, country setting with quick and convenient access to nearby urban amenities and medical services. The community is home to exercise and activity rooms and classes, libraries, computer nooks, walking trails, gift shops, a museum, bookstore, wood shop, various dining options, several weight loss programs (TOPS), and more. Scheduled trips are offered.


Fairmount’s 50+ acre campus provides opportunities to enjoy a wide range of activities and services that promote fitness and enhance one's sense of well being. Removing the responsibilities of home ownership allows residents to focus their energy on travel, family, or other interests. Opportunities for volunteering are numerous both on campus and in the surrounding area. A faith-based community, Fairmount offers a variety of religious services, in addition to a chaplain and campus choir.


Fairmount’s mission is to serve local and surrounding communities. With more than 80% of our residents coming from these areas, we are an example of Lancaster County at its finest. Competitive prices coupled with our reputation for high-quality services, make Fairmount a great value. Our spacious cottage and apartment homes and the assurance of a continuum of care, including personal and health care if needed, provide the confidence that we are your retirement home of choice.




Resident Quote or Testimonial:

“I never tire of looking out over the picturesque valley. I see farmlands, silos, horse-pulled implements, a farmer toting hay bales. I especially love to watch the thunderstorms and hot-air balloons.” John Rowe, apartment resident.



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