Nestled on a six-acre wooded lot, Woodland Hills welcomes guests through a tree-lined entrance from the meandering country road. The traditional colonial façade with a three-story porch communicates grandeur and southern hospitality. The building itself appears to be nestled into the hillside with a main porte-cochère entrance on first floor and a second further up the hill welcoming visitors to the memory care entrance. Symmetric brick gable towers at each side of the porte cochère anchor the main façade. The balanced elevation, materials, and central colonnade entry establish a sense of place. Additional amenities include the private gardens and courtyards, walkable paths, outdoor kitchen, library, café, fitness center, salon, wellness center, and Woodland’s Life Long Learning University classroom.