Amid the famed antiques shops of Orange and a host of nearby cultural and historic sites, we’ve created a senior community that appropriately blends the old with the new. Kirkwood Orange offers all the thoughtful modern amenities you’d expect from a facility that was built just a decade ago. At the same time, our gingerbread-style exterior reflects a deeper connection to the past, and to the values that create true community. There’s a close-knit, family feeling here that wins deep loyalty from residents—and their families.
Strolling through Kirkwood Orange on a typical morning—with its murmur of friendly conversation, the smell of coffee and fresh muffins wafting from the big country kitchen, our cheerful staff bustling about to make sure everyone’s comfortable—you could almost think you were at an old-fashioned bed-and-breakfast. Kirkwood Orange is a warm, welcoming place where people know each other well, exchanging stories and points of view—and also recognizing when it’s time for a thoughtful stroll on your own or the chance to enjoy a good book.
That same quiet spirit is evident in the wide range of services and amenities enjoyed by our residents. Our acclaimed staff is always on hand to ensure everyone’s needs are looked after—and weaving in just the right amount of additional care as those needs evolve.
At Kirkwood Orange, peace of mind is not something people dream about—it’s a way of life.
Kirkwood Orange offers easy access to the best of a region that’s filled with interesting things to do. Right in town, you’ll find excellent shopping and dining in The Plaza and the Olde Towne Orange Historic District—the largest of its kind in California. Orange is also renowned as an antiques center, with more than 60 dealers along its downtown streets. Around every corner there’s another special place to share with friends and family, from The Exchange Fine Arts Gallery to Eisenhower Park.
It’s only a short ride to Disneyland or Angel Stadium for a great day with younger visitors. You can enjoy concerts at the Orange County Performing Arts Center or visit the historic Mission at San Juan Capistrano. And of course you’re always close to more than 40 miles of gorgeous Pacific coastline for drives or strolls under the Southern California sun. At the crossroads of the 55, 91, 57 and 22 freeways, Kirkwood Orange is perfectly situated to keep your days rich with memorable outings.