Wind Crest Pricing and Senior Living CostsRetirement costs can add up quickly, even with careful planning. Our financial model secures your future and makes managing your budget easy and predictable. There are just two basic costs to living here: 1. 90% Refundable Entrance Deposit This one-time deposit secures your independent living apartment home for as long as you live here. Should you leave the community, 90% will be returned to you or your beneficiaries. Details are outlined in our Residence and Care Agreement, which we will be pleased to share with you. For quick answers to frequently asked pricing questions, see our FAQ. 2. Monthly Service Package Just one check each month covers almost all of your daily expenses, including: Most utilitiesHeating and air-conditioningFlexible meal plan at our on-site restaurantsMaintenance and home repairsFitness center and poolRegularly scheduled transportation 24-hour security and emergency responseTrash and recycling collection at your doorProfessional landscapingProperty taxesCable TV Apartment Home Style90% Refundable Entrance DepositMonthly Service PackageOne bedroom apartment$203,000- $549,000$2,387- $3,114One bedroom with den$294,000- $524,000$2,678- $3,171Two bedroom$273,000- $572,000$2,698- $3,306Two bedroom luxury apartments$431,000- $994,000$3,139- $3,959*Pricing accurate as of January 1, 2021. Monthly Service Packages are typically adjusted annually by the not-for-profit board of directors in relation to labor, energy, and food costs. Second person Monthly Service Package—$1,021 per month. It's actually very affordable. The lifestyle is stress-free here. I'm glad I made the decision to move. Take the Next Step! Pricing varies based on the specific apartment home you choose. Schedule your visit (virtual or in-person) to find out which homes are currently available and take a tour. Request BrochureRequest A Visit Home for Life Commitment Highland Springs maintains a Resident Care Fund designed specifically to assist eligible residents who outlive their resources. No one has ever been asked to leave the community because of a genuine inability to pay.