Homewood at Martinsburg blends the quaint appeal of rural Pennsylvania with all the caring tradition of Homewood. Located on 48 acres, 20 miles south of Altoona, Homewood at Martinsburg offers all the amenities of the big city in an old-fashioned, small town setting.
At Homewood at Martinsburg, you'll find outdoor pursuits such as bocce courts and a walking/fitness trail. The outdoor covered pavilion hosts many summer gatherings large and small. Restaurant-style dining, a café, meeting rooms, convenience store, chapel and a fitness center with an indoor pool provide hours of activity.
The community includes:
- 94 cottages
- 30 independent living apartments
- 65 assisted lifestyle / personal care apartments
- 15 personal care suites
- 129-bed health care center for skilled and special memory care
See July's calendar of events for Homewood at Martinsburg's independent-living residents.
Click below to see an aerial view of the beautiful Martinsburg campus!
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Homewood at Martinsburg residents and co-workers joined together to create a music video that was debuted at Homewood's 40th Anniversary Celebration held on January 7, 2014. What a fun way to celebrate and to showcase what a wonderful group of people live and work at Homewood!
Homewood at Martinsburg received the honor of being inducted into the 2014 Blair County Chamber of Commerce Business Hall of Fame on October 20, 2014. The Hall of Fame recognizes businesses which have operated in Blair County for at least 25 years and who have exceeded the parameters of what most view as successful. Businesses are evaluated on their accomplishments, overall stability, resiliency and their ability to respond to changes within the market. Inductees are leaders within their industry and enjoy good visibility and image in the community. Homewood at Martinsburg was one of four businesses inducted into the Hall of Fame for 2014. The Blair County Chamber of Commerce created a vignette (which can be viewed here) about Homewood at Martinsburg that was shown at the awards banquet.