The Villa at Florham Park, a part of Lutheran Social Ministries of NJ, is a preferred residence in Morris County for seniors requiring assistance with activities of daily living or health care. Our beautifully landscaped campus welcomes residents and visitors alike and features spacious individual suites, comfortable common areas, and socially engaging activities as well as a nurturing environment that enhances quality of life. Those considering a move to The Villa will find choices among our 21 assisted living suites and 80 private rooms for long-term care and short-term rehabilitation. Want to learn more? Contact Us and we’ll be in touch.
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For more than 80 years, The Villa at Florham Park was known as Saint Anne Villa. A local landmark, it was the private retirement home for the Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth. Declining membership prompted a transfer of ownership in October 2016 to Lutheran Social Ministries of New Jersey and a transition from private to public facility.
Since its construction in the early 1930’s, this beautiful Romanesque structure has been updated with renovations and architecturally harmonious additions. Today, it offers an inviting environment for those seeking a senior living and care community with a unique spirit.
The Villa at Florham Park is pleased to offer senior care and living options for those in need of assistance with daily living.
Our full range of therapy and care includes but is not limited to:
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The Villa at Florham Park is privately situated in a peaceful suburban setting in historic Morris County, New Jersey.
The Villa is readily accessible by car—just off Columbia Turnpike and minutes from state routes 10, 24, and 124 as well as interstates 78, 287, and 80—and convenient for train and bus travel via NJ Transit.
Surrounding communities offer cultural, entertainment, and life style diversions such as theatre productions, downtown shops, dining options, places of worship, and three respected institutions of higher education.