Maine’s newest and freshest alternative for active senior living
Nestled within the walkable neighborhood and downtown of Brunswick, Maine, The McLellan offers 18 individually designed residences with services, amenities and the opportunity to arrange age-in-place care for folks privileged to be 62+ to 100+ years young!
The McLellan is all about living better together in a boutique residential setting, within a neighborhood and within walking distance to all the sights and sounds of the town of Brunswick, Maine. Steps away from the beloved Peoples PLUS Center and just a few more steps to Maine’s largest downtown sidewalks, churches, stores and more, The McLellan’s vibrant energy comes from all the natural life around it. Church bells, train whistles, children laughing, neighbors walking, the hint of bread baking, leaves falling, birds chattering, it is the way senior living should be.
I hope you will call and let me introduce you to how The McLellan is doing senior living just a bit differently and how you can “Live better” at Maine’s first boutique senior living experience: in the heart of Brunswick, in the heart of life.
Live on the Sunnyside of life in Downtown Brunswick, in this bright and spacious home! Feel the warmth of the neighborhood shining through your eleven windows, or sit on your deck overlooking Union Street with a fresh cup of coffee and one of Sandy’s big,...
"Read this article from The New York Times, January 29, 2017. See how The McLellan is ahead of the curve in providing a new alternative in a downtown living experience! Share with me your insights on how we can continue to live not just “out of the box” …but without the “box even in sight” ! "
Communities throughout Maine, the oldest state in the nation, are facing the growing challenge of caring for aging populations. Mainers also possess a can-do spirit and take pride in caring for their own. As a critical care nurse for over 30 years, Amy McLellan witnessed first hand the independent s
5?S… with Amy Mclellan The McLellan’s owner strives to ‘do senior living differently’ BY PATRICK GABRION Times Record Business Editor BRUNSWICK 1. First of all Amy, please tell us a little about yourself, such as where you grew up, your schooling background, your career and what you enjoy doin