By Lucas High
LOVELAND — Good Samaritan Loveland Village recently purchased a 25-acre parcel just north of the retirement community’s existing 50-acre campus. The plan is to expand and build as many as 47 new twin homes on the property, which was bought for $1.3 million. “Twin homes are one of our most popular service lines,” Good Samaritan Loveland Village executive director Lisa Melby said in prepared statement. “We have a significant wait list for twin homes.” The first of the new twin home units are expected to be complete by early 2021, according to a company news release. Loveland Village’s residential options included assisted living apartments, senior living apartments and twin homes. Long-term and post-acute skilled nursing services and memory care are also available.
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