Country Place Senior Living

615 East Laurel Avenue (Highway 98)

Foley, Alabama 36536

251 943-4412

866 556-1609 Fax

Our 24 suite Assisted Living residence is perfect for mature adults who want to remain active, yet desire the services they need to continue to live a confident life.

Located just east of the intersection of Highway 59 and Highway 98, near the center of town and local healthcare, our residence is designed to exude a feeling of understated elegance. Attention to detail is the rule when it comes to residence quality and layout, including the location and line-of-sight to bathrooms which have been found to extend continence and foster feelings of independence.

There are many comfortable areas that create social environments and encourage a variety of activities; residents can read a book by in the quiet library, listen to music by the grand piano, or enjoy the company of friends on the outdoor patio. A professional kitchen and stylish dining room are centrally located, and each Assisted Living suite has a kitchenette so that residents can choose either to prepare their own meals or join other residents for professionally prepared, tasty and nutritious meals.


The following services are available for all residents:

  • (3) Nutritionally-balanced, tasty home-cooked meals served in our elegant dining room daily (snacks available)
  • Licensed nurse on call 24/7
  • Certified staff on duty 24/7
  • Personal Emergency response system
  • Housekeeping service
  • Personal laundry service
  • Life enrichment programs including social, cultural, spritiual and recreational activities
  • All utilities except personal phone line


  • Professional Kitchen
  • Elegant Dining Area
  • Fireplace
  • Baby Grand Piano
  • Big Screen TV
  • Outdoor Patio
  • Comfortable Sitting Areas
  • Library
  • Landscaped grounds with attractive, shady sitting areas
  • Respite/Short-term Care Overnight Room (most locations)
  • Free Wireless Internet
  • Free Cable TV


Typical Suite

“My mother would have enjoyed a better quality of life, and possibly a longer life if Country Place had been available a few years ago.”

Nick Jones, a friend of Country Place