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Tower at The Oaks

The residence fee at the Tower at The Oaks entitles you to a wide range of services and amenities designed to make your life happier and easier. With sweeping vistas of beautifully landscaped lawns and garden or magnificent Lake Eleanor, you will have a home that is truly impressive, elegant yet comfortable, with every detail meticulously planned.

Choose from 19 floor plans, many with balconies, and settle right into this concierge community where amenities abound.

  • Multiple dining options from casual to formal with exceptional cuisine prepared daily by our chefs
  • On-site concierge
  • Elegant common areas for relaxing or entertaining friends
  • Spa & Wellness Center with saltwater pool
  • LifeTrail exercise system along walking paths around Lake Eleanor
  • Theater offering current and classic movie favorites
  • Art studio and card room
  • Grumpy’s pub

The comfort of a resort lifestyle is yours with your apartment at the Tower at The Oaks. With our attractive gated campus with 24/7 security and access to all of the wonderful campus amenities, you’re going to Live Here and Love It!

 

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