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Care. Dignity. And Affordability.

Sterling Meadows is an assisted living facility development in Mt. Sterling, Kentucky. The community opened in January of 2014  integrating housing, health, social and individualized care.  The 30  apartment complex includes; units from 400 to 900 square feet, a ballroom, multiple balconies and a large front porch, an onsite salon, and a dining room.

Sterling Meadows community members can create an individualized care program that evolves as their needs change, allowing seniors to make the most out of their retirement years.  Sterling Meadows offers 30 assisted living apartments, a beautiful courtyard, walking paths, outdoor and indoor recreational areas, community based activities, transportation, individualized care and much more.

Sterling Meadows is a family friendly community, providing opportunities for family members to be involved at whatever level residents and families desire.  Community members will always be encouraged to stay engaged with their family and friends, bring them “home” to visit and share in the Sterling Meadows community.


Sterling Meadows News

Plans moving forward for assisted living facility

Sterling Meadows NEWS From the Mt Sterling Advocate NEW FACILITY—Above is an artist’s rendering of what will become Sterling Meadows, a 38-unit assisted living facility at the old Mt. Sterling High School building on Maysville Street. Developer Daren Turner said the...

Renewing a Landmark

A Lexington businessman has entered into a contract to buy the old Mt. Sterling High School building. Daren Turner told the Advocate that he signed a contract Tuesday to buy the building from Roger Wilson. He would not disclose terms of the deal. Turner said he plans...

History of Mt Sterling High School

History The Mt. Sterling City School system had its beginning on the first Saturday in June 1884 with the elction of James H. Bean, W.H. Smith, Owen Laughlin, H.R. French and H.L. Stone as the Board of Trustees.(2) Their first meeting was on July 25, 1884 at the...