Twelve Oaks is a retirement community situated on 4.5 oak-covered acres located in the northern part of Glendale, California. The facility is licensed to accommodate 63 assisted living residents. Begun in a private residence in the 1930’s, the facility has gradually expanded over its 80-year history with the addition of quaint, independent living cottages, two dorm buildings and, most recently, a large dining room/community center constructed in the 1980s and renovated in 2017. The Twelve Oaks Foundation's mission is to preserve the low-density, park-like charm of Twelve Oaks, ensuring the long term economic viability of this affordable senior housing community.
2820 SYCAMORE AVE
GLENDALE, CA 91214
Senior Citizens' Housing/Retirement Communities (L22)
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Twelve Oaks Senior Living
Affordable Senior Housing
Aging, elderly, senior citizens
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Twelve Oaks Foundation
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