This is a satellite photo of Bristol Village looking south. The main entrance is near the lower center of the picture. Bristol Village is bordered on the left (east) by a Waverly City Park; on the south by farm fields in the Scioto river valley; on the west and north by the village of Waverly.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What is Bristol Village?
A: Bristol Village is a retirement center for active seniors
located in Waverly, Ohio. It was founded in 1961 by Rev.
John R. Glenn who, with a group of far-sighted
individuals, purchased an abandoned neighborhood of
400 houses from the Federal Housing Administration.
Initially focusing on providing low-cost homes for
retired teachers and preachers, it has grown to include a
wide variety of people from all walks of life.
The Waverly campus currently includes: Bristol Village Homes, a neighborhood of over 300 stand-alone houses; Bristol Court, a one story 80 unit apartment complex; and Traditions at Bristol Village, a fully certified convalescent and nursing care center.
A 65,000 square foot Activity Center provides facilities for catering to the interests and needs of residents. The residents come from all parts of the USA, and many have significant international living experiences. The variety of backgrounds and interests of Bristol Village residents is remarkable
Q: Who Operates Bristol Village?
A: The original Bristol Village organization has evolved into National Church Residences, a non-profit organization that now operates over three hundred nursing homes and low-cost housing facilities. Bristol Village, however, with its large collection of stand-alone houses and active senior community, is unique among the National Church Residences properties.
Q: Who lives in Bristol Village?
Although it began as a place for retired preachers and teachers, Bristol Village residents bring an amazing breadth and depth of life experiences to this comfortable caring community. Bristol Village is an over 55 community. You can meet some residents by clicking here and then click on the "It's the People" link.
Q: Where is Bristol Village?