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Welcome to Senior Living in Due West, SC

Ambriant believes in all inclusive pricing, we do not charge for increased levels of care. Ambriant's Renaissance campus is designed around providing next-level comfort and care for every one of our unique residents. Located in quiet and charming Due West, SC, our senior living campus features friendly and supportive team members, spacious apartments, and a host of amenities and services that will make every day both comfortable and stimulating. Ambriant's Renaissance Campus offers Independent Living, Assisted Living, and Dementia Care to ensure your loved one receives the proper amount of attention.


Ambriant's Renaissance Campus is a rental retirement community for independent 55+ seniors. With us, you’ll enjoy a lifestyle free from maintenance, giving you time to enjoy a private residence, amenities and a highly desired, convenient location. Intimate in size, Ambriant's Renaissance Campus is designed to capture the essence of sophisticated living within a close-knit community. Here, you’ll be part of a thriving community where everybody knows your name – the kind that welcomes you with open arms, making your retirement everything you’d imagine it would be.


Assisted Living

Whether your loved one prefers an active lifestyle or would rather take it easy, Ambriant's Renaissance campus will fully support their endeavors. Residents enjoy the benefits of freedom and flexibility while receiving individualized supportive care from our friendly and experienced team members. We take care of things like handling daily chores, cooking delicious and healthy meals, and planning fun activities so our residents can focus on enjoying every moment.

Dementia Care

At Ambriant's Renaissance campus, we offer compassionate care tailored to fit each individual. Our Dementia Program allows residents to live at their highest level of independence while our team members provide them with round-the-clock support and care. Residents can also participate in a variety of engaging activities like craft projects and group games.

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We take eating well seriously at Ambriant's Renaissance Campus. Our restaurant-style dining room features the best of southern cuisine. Our menu includes a wide variety of delicious and nourishing options, and our dining room allows you to enjoy our restaurant-quality food in the comfort of your apartment. We also provide numerous specialty options to accommodate any dietary restrictions. Eating well is living well at Ambriant's Renaissance Campus.

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Our team members take considerable time and attention in designing exciting and rewarding activities and events for our residents. Some popular activities include painting and drawing, participating in group games, and attending educational seminars. Our calendar is always filled with plenty of options, so no one needs to worry about missing out.


In addition to a calendar filled with activities, Ambraint's Renaissance Campus offers a host of convenient amenities for residents. Live worry-free thanks to prompt laundry service and weekly housekeeping. Get connected with available Wi-Fi throughout the campus. And who wouldn’t enjoy fresh southern cuisine on a daily basis?

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" Renaissance's food was restaurant quality. The people were positive. One of the biggest attractions was it was right across the street from a small university, therefore you would have access to concerts and sporting games. There are also two large churches walkable. They had excursions and caring people. The price was also fantastic at half the price of the North Carolina facilities."

— Tom

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"I work in a multitude of assisted living facilities across the upstate, but Renaissance is the only one I'll review. From the management team, to the in-house phys., Dr. Angel, and the quality of living-its the only place I'd feel comfortable bringing my own parents. That should be the measure anyway, right?"

— David

"My husband is at The Renaissance Senior Living. It's a lovely place in Due West. It is set in the country, which is what my husband is used to because we're from Connecticut. It's just way too expensive. It's been excellent. The people have been very kind and caring for him. He has dementia and stage four kidney disease and they have been very in tune with what he needs. They've been very kind, very caring, and providing him with stimulating activities every day. They also have cognitive therapy that he gets. They've been more than helpful compared to other places. They have very nice grounds that he can walk on, which is what he loves to do. It's a very cozy place. They take them out weekly to either The Dollar Store or Walmart or things like that and they love it. It's across the street from Erskine College, so there are people around. It's an excellent setting the way they have it done. Although it's not as big as other places, it's 120 beds. They've just been more than kind and extremely helpful to me who is the caregiver. I can't say enough positive things about how kind they've been to me, which has made this so much easier. I have not tried the food, but my husband seems to be satisfied with it. It's very clean. He takes part in many more things than I thought he would. He seems to be able to get other people, like he loves doing puzzles, and he'll put them on a big table they provide for him, and then he'll ask if any of the people that just stay in their rooms all day long want to come down and help him and he gets them out of their rooms, so it's good for him. He feels like he's accomplishing something, which is actually how he's always been. He enjoys having other people do it with him. It's an excellent value. As far as what they charge, it is well worth it."

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