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Apartments Starting at $3,750
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Thank you to the greater Tallahassee community for your continued support following the recent tornado that impacted our Memory Support neighborhood. As we work diligently to rebuild this part of our community, please stay tuned for updates regarding the reopening.

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2507 Old Saint Augustine Road,
Tallahassee, FL 32301
  • 24-Hour Staff & Security

  • Beautiful Views

  • Tenured Team

  • Close to Parks

  • Pet Friendly

Situated on a historic canopy road of majestic oak trees, St. Augustine Plantation is a warm, friendly, and relaxed senior living community located near Tallahassee Memorial Hospital, Capital Regional Medical Center and CRMC Urgent Care as well as Governor’s Square Mall, Midtown Shopping and Wakulla Springs. Wake up every day in a safe, intentionally designed living space. We tend to the cooking, housekeeping and home maintenance so you can participate in social, cultural and exercise programs including day trips, yoga and painting classes. Choose from a menu of seasonal, nutritious chef-prepared dishes in our main dining area or a more intimate setting in our private dining room with  friends and family.

Enjoy discreet, supportive care, a maintenance-free lifestyle including scheduled transportation, and boutique amenities. Spend every day living fully and experiencing greater well-being.

Our Philosophy

A Holistic Approach to Well-Being

We believe together is better – and that six factors combine to create optimal well being.

Good Neighbors
Caring Staff
Meaningful Programs
Physical Activity
Nutritious Food
Safer Environment
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Kelly S.
Where does one start to thank you for the care that you gave Roy? There is truly nothing that we could possibly say or do that would equal what you did for him.The decision to move him from our home to yours was hard on our family. You realized... this and made the transition for not only Roy, but our family, very easy. The moment we walked in with him, you took him under your wing and cared for him as if he were your own father. As a result, he settled into Saint Augustine Plantation life far easier than we ever could have ever hoped for. I want you to know that we never had a single moment where we thought he was not being cared for properly.You have an exceptional team of people that really care about the loved ones that family members have put in your care. During the time that Roy was there, I saw your team give the same caring and loving treatment to all of your residents. We were always informed of any concerns that you may have had, and you worked with the family to address these.Routinely, your team went above and beyond for Roy, depending on his needs at the time. When he wouldn’t eat, the chef would make him a special dinner that would entice him to eat. You quickly learned that he wanted two glasses of water and tea, with extra ice. His room was always spotless! His clothes were always clean and kept him clean as well. You anticipated his needs and kept him happy and comfortable.All of the caregivers are amazing people who have been given a special gift to care for those who can no longer care for themselves. You are strong and loving at the same time. I pray that each of you are blessed by your gift and know that you are appreciated.Sincerely,Family of Roy Starkeread more
Jo M.
My sister, who is a resident there, said the collard/turnip greens she had last week were "as good as mama's". That is high praise indeed coming from a southern gal.
Jill N
St Augustine Plantation has been wonderful as my mom moved from Assisted Living to Memory Care a few months ago. The director Emily has gone above and beyond in helping mom through Feb covid and several new challenges. She really cares about mom and... everyone. She spoils her and us too by sending us photos and even FaceTime with mom! She plans many fun activities for them as well.We got daily updates from the staff during the recent covid also, very reassuring. Asya is very helpful, experienced, and caring and Tammy also spoils mom and loves her. Med tech Jay and also Emma and Lorenzo are so helpful. I can’t name everyone in this review, but the team has helped us adapt and learn how to respond to mom when new challenges occur. We feel comfortable knowing she is in caring more
Mark K.
My mother was only at St. Augustine Plantation for one year but the care was always exceptional. From the staff that cleaned her room to the medication deliverers to the dining room workers, they all treated my mother with care and respect.
june S.
Shauna and Krystal are a phenomenal team!!! They are always looking for ways to make the residents feel loved!Octavia is also wonderful.
Dot S.
1.Olympia is amazing with Jim2.Also Shawna in the dining room makes every meal a great occasion.3.The chef Derrick is to commended for the exceptional meals.
Lynn G.
The entire staff at St. Augustine Plantation deserves a shout out! They are all extremely helpful and responsive, which is worth gold. I'd like give to Asya, head of the medical staff, an individual shout out. She has made the transition for my... Dad to a new doctor a breeze and is always there to help with a smile. My thanks and gratitude goes to each member of the staff - you are amazing!!read more
Terry H.
Almost a year ago, I did the most difficult thing of my life in placing my mom, my best friend, in someone else’s care. It had come to the point that I could not assure her safety without help and took the steps to explore my options. The Team at... St. Augustine Plantation Memory Care helped me at every step of the way. During my several conversations with Nicole Jermyn and while doing my tour I was introduced to Dominique Stafford who I did not know at the time would be my savior during this process. From the day that I brought my mom in to leave her at memory care without her knowledge of what was going on, Dominique was there. She took mom for a tour and I had to make a decision. It was suggested that I leave without trying to explain or reason with my mom as this would be easier on her. I could not fathom just leaving her but agreed that it may be less traumatic for her. I on the other hand, instead of being relieved was traumatized. Dominique, Megan Griffin and Nicole all reached out to me during the 7 days that I did not visit with updates and even texted photos to show that mom was ok. Maybe not happy and a bit confused but ok and safe nevertheless. During the last year, many things have changed for mom and I and her disease has progressed. I have met many wonderful people who have been there for me and for mom. I cannot imagine how hard it must be to care for someone else’s loved one and try to do it as they were your own family but I feel that most everyone I have come in contact attempts to do just that. I have texted and called Dominique more than my share of times for updates, assistance and just to check on mom and have never been met with anything but care and compassion. She has gone above and beyond several times for myself and for mom to try and make this impossible situation less difficult and it has certainly made a difference. I think of her as my friend now. I can sleep at night knowing that mom is not only safe but cared for. I am in a local Alzheimers support group and have heard horror stories of poor treatment or no responses to concerns and I have luckily not experienced this. Dominique does not do it on her own but she is my trusted go to. I have met several special people who I would like to mention by name. BJ, Tammy, MJ, Robin, Erica, Krista, Kenya, Tye, Reisha, Jai and several others that I am sorry I cannot remember names for at this time. I am fully aware that this is a field that has incredible rates of turnover but most of these people have stuck it out and I want to acknowledge them. Without Dominique and the SAP Team, I don’t think I could have survived this last year and am eternally grateful and pray every night that those who care for my mom are blessed. I have asked on several occasions for Dominque to promise she will not leave me or mom. This Team in my opinion are so worthy and deserving of acknowledgement if not through raises, at least a wonderful break-room makeover. If any additional questions, please do not hesitate to contact me. Terry Hall with loved one Helen Hall in the more
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