A small community in a small town, Greencroft Middlebury is perfect for those looking for a close-knit, intimate experience. Our community is a fixture in the town of about 4,000 and is a social gathering spot, not just for our residents but for the whole Middlebury community. So feel free to laugh with neighbors. Start an art project. Venture over to explore the Amish culture. Get your hands dirty in the garden. Here, there’s no shortage of things to do and of amazing people to enjoy them with.

Here’s what residents love about Greencroft Middlebury:

  • Walks on the Pumpkinvine trail
  • Delicious sweets from local Amish-style bakeries
  • Local Amish culture and traditions
  • Easy access to urban areas like Goshen and South Bend

Feel free to ask us anything.
We mean it.


Care & Services

We wouldn’t be here if we didn’t care. It’s at the heart of who we are. Since we first opened our doors, it’s been our goal to provide for the community of Middlebury as best we can so that you can live as worry-free as possible. We take that charge seriously. We go out of our way to make sure our residents have the support they need, whether that’s taking care of chores or helping with personal care. And it means we make sure that we serve our neighbors as a welcoming place to the whole town of Middlebury.

As a continuing care community, Greencroft Middlebury is designed for a wide range of people (55 and up) with a wide variety of care needs – from independent living to assisted living. Every day, we do our very best to meet the needs of every resident. Feel free to tell us what you need, and we’ll be there.

It’s our greatest hope that Greencroft Middlebury is a warm place that feels like home. Where friends, neighbors, and guests can gather, laugh, and live life to the fullest.


  • Community gardens
  • Craft and hobby shop
  • Fitness center with classes
  • Community center
  • Billiards and ping pong
  • Biking and walking trails
  • Pool access
  • Library
  • Quilting room

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