Senior Living Community in Greensboro, North Carolina

Founded on fellowship. Inspired by you.

WhiteStone is a senior living community in Greensboro, North Carolina. More specifically, we’re a Life Plan Community, also known as a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC), which is a type of retirement community that offers an independent lifestyle along with a full continuum of care. Founded as a Masonic and Eastern Star Community, WhiteStone is open to everyone who desires an active retirement lifestyle and peace of mind for the future. For a look at our lifestyle, visit us on Facebook.

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As a not-for-profit organization, we’re committed to remaining true to our mission and managing our financial resources effectively. Unlike for-profit communities that create returns for owners or shareholders, any revenues exceeding operating costs at WhiteStone are reinvested in our community. Our Board of Directors volunteer their time and talents to ensure quality services and management. Our bottom line is resident satisfaction.

Since 2006, we’ve been managed by Life Care Services (LCS), the nation’s leading manager of high-quality senior living communities. Today, LCS manages more than 140 senior living communities in 31 states. Their expertise helps our community stay financially strong, stable and able to exceed residents’ expectations.

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Our Mission

Guided by our fraternal values, the WhiteStone community delivers senior living hospitality, services and housing that nurture individuals physically, spiritually and intellectually.

Our Foundation

We’re proud to carry on the tradition of providing financial assistance to fraternally affiliated members in need through our foundation, the North Carolina Masonic and Eastern Star Home Foundation. This financial assistance is made available by charitable contributions from the Masonic and Eastern Star foundations, from Masonic lodges and Eastern Star chapters, and from caring individual donors.


View our virtual map for a look into the different areas of our 43-acre campus.