Learn more from those who know us best—the people who live at Duncaster. Then come see for yourself!

“Phil and I really like Duncaster. After 45 years in our 10-room house in West Hartford, it is a relief to downsize and just enjoy our sunny apartment, pleasant views, interesting activities and delightful companions. The beautiful dining venues provide a lively setting for good food and conversation. We have always enjoyed being involved with fascinating people in organizations, politics and families, so a move to the congenial and stimulating community of Duncaster seemed like a natural next step. We have never regretted the decision.”

– Phil & Katie Reynolds (former Mayor of West Hartford)

 

“Why am I at Duncaster? Getting older can mean loneliness, boredom, declining health, dependence on busy family members. But not if you give that all up and move to Duncaster. We have special programs from art and authors to history and world affairs, bridge groups, movies and lectures. There are exercise classes, a 75-foot pool and state-of-the-art exercise machines. So you see it is hard to be bored. We have a Hartford Hospital health clinic on campus and a highly rated nursing center. Family from near or far can visit and stay whenever you invite them. Make an appointment to take a tour and see everything Duncaster has to offer. I love it here. Bet you will too.”

– Mrs. Barbara Gibbs

 

“There is never a dull moment at Duncaster, with the movies, book clubs, university courses, arts and crafts, swimming pool, gym, and best of all — new friends.”

– Mrs. Jane Carpenter

 

“One of the things that appealed to us about Duncaster was the fact that it is a true community. It’s small enough to know everyone. It’s so special when your neighbors become your friends.”

— Marcia Hincks

 

“The staff is amazing. When we moved in we met Pearl, a wonderful housekeeper. She said, ‘Hincks—I used to know a Hincks who lived here!’ Well that was my mother! There is something wonderful about an organization that can hire bright, cheerful people and keep them on the staff for 25 years.”

— John Hincks

 

“Duncaster is beautifully laid out and well-built, just the place for us to live in our retirement, with a friendly, caring staff, varied activities and a medical clinic protected from any inclement weather under one roof. And our far-flung children don’t have to worry about the possible need for long-term care in our declining years.”

– Thayer & Pat Browne

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