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Until you’ve experienced the convenience of Independent Living at Harmony at Mt. Juliet in Mt. Juliet, Tennessee, it’s hard to imagine just how much freedom and peace of mind can come from a maintenance-free lifestyle. All the hours once spent on lawn care, cleaning the gutters, and housework are now yours to enjoy as you wish. Catch an afternoon matinee, or peruse the bargains at the Providence Marketplace. Stroll Shutes Branch Recreation Area with your dog, or take in the scenery at Robinson Park. Cap off the day with a lovely dinner shared with friends and family, and then leave the dishes to us. It’s time for you to celebrate the freedom you have earned.
Harmony at Mt. Juliet stands out among senior living communities for our uniquely engaging calendar of events, enriching activities, and world-class services. Restaurant-style dining, a friendly neighborhood pub, and welcoming community spaces to socialize, relax, and learn are all part of the daily experience. The beauty salon or barbershop is the perfect place to feel pampered, while fascinating conversations among friends around the fireplace make for evenings you won’t soon forget. Our caring and professional team is here for you with concierge services, scheduled transportation, and a warm greeting every day.
Find your comfort zone with your choice of spacious one and two bedroom floor plans at Harmony at Mt. Juliet. Generously sized and designed for style and comfort, our bright and airy apartments are move-in ready. Pet-friendly, they include walk-in closets, handsome hardwood-style floors, upgraded full-size kitchens, and a washer and dryer. At Harmony, there are no costly buy-ins or long-term leases. Your single monthly fee includes rent, utilities, maintenance, and a comprehensive list of services and amenities.
Everything we do at Harmony is designed to help make this move as easy as possible! View our Floor Plans page to explore your options at Harmony at Mt. Juliet in Mt. Juliet, Tennessee.