The Pettee House is a beautiful historic home with 24 rooms for affordable supported residential living. Each resident has a personally furnished private room. Three meals a day are served in our spacious dining room. Residents often gather in our nicely appointed living rooms to read, chat or attend daily activities. Our staff is available 24 hours a day to provide resident assistance.
The Pettee House, part of the Stone Institute, is a warm and welcoming, not-for-profit, retirement community. This rest home, an alternative to assisted living, provides added security for greater peace of mind, and is designed for seniors who may need a little help with daily activities and who would benefit from the support of the community, in the lovely town of Newton Upper Falls. Pettee House is managed by an executive director, under the supervision of the Stone Institute Board of Directors.
The daily rate includes a private room, all meals, laundry, housekeeping and 24-hour support services.
The Pettee House at the Stone Institute operates as a Level IV rest-home facility under license by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Public Health according to applicable regulations. It is not a nursing home. A copy of those regulations is on file for your review.