Senior Independent Living in Greenville, South Carolina

A home that comes with the freedom to enjoy it.

Independent senior living at Rolling Green Village in Greenville starts with a home of your own – either a stand-alone patio home in one of six suburban neighborhoods, or an apartment home connected to the Village Center. Both offer the freedom to live each day as you please, taking advantage of the many amenities and services designed to help you feel good and live well.

We’re also planning an expansion that will include more apartment homes and freestanding cottages. You can learn about our expansion here.

Whatever living option fits your plans, you’ll be part of a retirement community that feels like an extended family. People who live here are happy – making the most of life, free from all maintenance worries and with a wealth of opportunities to explore.

Apartment Homes

Apartment homes are connected to the Village Center, where meals and many daily activities take place. With a choice of 12 floor plans ranging from studios to spacious three-bedroom apartments, you’re sure to find one that fits your needs.
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Patio Homes

Patio homes can be purchased so you maintain the benefits of homeownership and equity.

Take a closer look at our independent living options. Contact us to schedule a tour.

Frequently Asked Questions

No, our maintenance staff takes care of everything inside and out. They’ll even change a light bulb.

Breakfast is complimentary for all independent living residents. Apartment and cottage residents also have 30 or 31 meals a month per person. The patio homes have access to a discounted meal program.

All apartment homes are connected to the Health and Wellness Center, so you’re just steps away from our indoor heated saltwater pool, fitness room with treadmills, reclining bikes and exercise machines, plus classrooms for aerobics, dance, yoga, Tai Chi and more.

Rolling Green Village Wellness 360° is our home assist program designed to help independent living residents extend and expand their independence.