Historic Annapolis Home Open To Senior Boarders

October 31, 1991

An Annapolis woman is opening her home to mature, ambulatory adults as boarders.

Pat O'Shea White lives in a historic home on the banks of the Chesapeake Bay.

Food and drink include the following: well-balanced meals at flexible hours, candlelight dinners with wine and fresh juice or beverageof choice, all served on fine china with cloth napkins and table coverings.

Special diets and snacks are available.

A library, color cable television, open deck and screened-in porch overlooking the bay are featured. Horseshoes in the yard and walks on the beach add tothe experience.

Transportation to doctors, libraries, shops and more is available. All cleaning and laundry is provided.

Suites available include a private two-person bedroom, with full bath, kitchen,dining area, living room with panoramic view of the bay and atrium doors leading to deck; and a private one-person bedroom, with bath, kitchen, dining area and living room with double doors leading to a half-acre wooded lot. This suite is shared with one family member.

On-site nursing care is available at additional charge on temporary basis. The home is licensed, and references are available.

Rates are $1,500 per month.

Information: Pat O'Shea White, 268-2594.

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