The Clark Manor house has a long history of caring. As far back as 1899, Mary Clark Thompson, who resided at Sonnenberg in Canandaigua during the summer, formed Clark Manor as a charitable organization in memory of her parents.
Residents enjoy easy access to the lovely gardens, a walking trail to a gazebo nestled among the trees of the spacious, beautifully landscaped, five-acre yard, as well as the newly built pavilion for outdoor meals in the summer. The living room is available to the residents for entertaining or being entertained. The solarium provides the perfect place to relax. Summer afternoons can be enjoyed from the screened front porch where you can leisurely visit with friends and family, or just enjoy the solitude and the beauty of the grounds. The dining room has beautiful antique furnishings where residents enjoy tasty, nutritious meals prepared by an executive chef. Clark Manor can truly be yours with your own furnishings or, you can move into a room already tastefully furnished.