The Fountaingate Gardens Clubhouse: Your Social Sweet Spot

From the moment you decide to make Fountaingate Gardens your home, you will likely realize that a new and exciting chapter of your life is beginning. Opportunities to socialize with friends, timesaving conveniences and all the activities you can squeeze into a day will be steps away from your door. At the core of it all will be the Fountaingate Gardens Clubhouse, a social hub filled with natural light, good friends and plenty to do to invigorate your mind, body and spirit.

As soon as you walk into this lively space, greeted by a friendly concierge, you will feel the energy buzz. Off to your right, you will see into the sun-filled, state-of-the-art fitness center where residents are focusing on improving strength and balance under the guidance of an experienced personal trainer. The fitness center also features a heated, saltwater pool where you can take water aerobics classes or go for a leisurely swim while looking out over the beautifully landscaped gardens and grounds. Better yet, invite your grandchildren over on weekends to splash around during specially designated family hours.

If swimming isn’t your thing, enjoy an afternoon movie in the Clubhouse’s modern theater, with larger-than-life video and sound. Or engage with fellow residents in college-level learning and discussion groups in one of the many gathering areas located in the community center.

The Clubhouse also has quiet, cozy spots to relax while stretching and growing your mind—including a fully stocked library. Plush chairs will invite you to settle down with a good book or one of several daily newspapers. The library will also be a gathering space for stimulating book discussion groups.

A larger event room will host live entertainment, classes and lectures. The diversity of residents at Fountaingate Gardens will ensure that a wide variety of cultural and educational programming will be available, enjoyed and shared with enthusiasm.

Feeling creative? Venture upstairs to the light-filled arts studio and settle into the perfect space to enjoy your artistic pursuits. When you’re ready to take a break or meet a friend for coffee, head back downstairs to the Clubhouse Bistro and enjoy a steaming cup of java and a wide selection of tasty offerings prepared by the chef and his talented team.

Senior Couple DiningThe Bistro isn’t the only place to experience delicious food in the Clubhouse. Enjoy a relaxing dinner or Sunday brunch in the restaurant-style dining room, where a well-trained wait staff will cater to your needs. You can choose to sit on the outside patio when the weather is nice, or, if you prefer, stay indoors but sit near the large windows that overlook the beautifully landscaped pond and garden. For early mornings, the coffee shop is a perfect place to grab breakfast with friends or sit and relax with a book. Whenever you’re craving something to munch on, the Clubhouse is your go-to.

The Fountaingate Gardens Clubhouse will quickly become the destination for entertainment, socialization, exercise, artistic pursuits and just about anything else you can think of to fill your days with fun and excitement. You’ll find yourself actively engaged year-round—even if there’s three feet of snow on the ground—because you can always get to the Clubhouse and back to your apartment home by traveling through enclosed, climate-controlled walkways.

Give us a call at (631) 210-5806 to learn more about the dynamic lifestyle options at Fountaingate Gardens!

The purpose of this marketing material is for Fountaingate Gardens to offer prospective residents an opportunity to a guaranteed priority placement in the proposed community by entering a priority reservation agreement and paying a fully refundable priority reservation fee. The priority reservation fee will be deposited into any escrow account, and shall be refunded with interest upon request for cancellation.

The priority reservation agreement is not a continuing care contract and may be cancelled at anytime by the prospective resident or their legal representative.

Share this article
Share on FacebookShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedInEmail this to someone
  • sbernst1

    how long does the Lifestyle presentation on May 9 take?