Welcome to a place where life is lived to its fullest.
Try Before You Buy!
Fresh off a $64 million renovation and expansion emphasizing convenience and wellness, Epworth Villa is introducing its first-ever “try-before-you-buy” leasing option. All-inclusive plans begin at $1,700 per month, with no membership fees. The monthly charge covers lodging, dining, fitness classes, cable and wifi, utilities, maintenance and housekeeping services. Leasing options, reserved for residents 62 and older, range from modern studio apartments to free-standing homes with attached garages.
Our culture of compassion allows us to provide the highest standard of service in an environment of mutual trust, respect and dignity.
From surprising roomy studios to open and spacious two-bedroom apartments, there is a choice to fit every lifestyle and budget and all located just steps from the amenities in the community center. If you desire a bright, open floor plan with functionality and beauty that make everyday living and entertaining a joy, then The Cottages are for you.
Life here is all about choices. Whether you like to keep busy or just feel like relaxing, it’s your retirement, your way.
Life here is all about choices. Whether you like to keep busy or just feel like relaxing, it’s your retirement, your way... just the way you pictured it.
Only minutes from great shopping, fine dining, and more in Oklahoma City.
Pursue new experiences and share passions and experiences with others.
We are located just 20 miles from Will Rogers International Airport.
Accomplished, interesting and engaged, the warm and inviting members of our community truly define the Epworth Villa lifestyle.
The Latest From Epworth Villa
Happy 103rd birthday to the extraordinary Suzanne Holloway, born in Antlers on this date in 1914. An Epworth resident since 2013, she is a graduate of the The University of Oklahoma who worked as a reporter for The Oklahoman before being appointed food editor for Tulsa World, a position she held for 24 years. She was inducted into the Oklahoma Journalism Hall of Fame in 2003. In 2007, the World named her to its "Oklahoma 100" list of the state's best people, places and things citing her "dedication to detail and a rich sense of adventure as well as delicate tact." Her motto: "All you need to make good food great is interesting conversation!"