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Shores, Bridgeville, Delaware
Village of Cinderberry, Georgetown, Delaware
Lakes, Boynton Beach, Florida
Academy Village, Tucson, Arizona
Club Creek, Spring Lake, North Carolina
While not an
age-restricted community, Anderson Club Creek attracts
retirees who are seeking golf, mild winters and a
variety of home from which to choose, including custom
single family homes, condominiums and town homes.
Prices range from $155,000 to nearly $1 million.
Heritage, Williamsburg, Virginia
Colonial Heritage is an active-adult country-club
retirement community located on 700 lush acres in lovely Williamsburg,
Virginia. All homes are built by Lennar and are on a
single-level with first-floor master bedroom suites; the designs are
open and airy. This area is steeped in history and close
to major medical facilities, outstanding dining and the Chesapeake Bay.
Lake Frederick, Virginia
Grand Reserve, Algonquin, Illinois
Grand Reserve, located northwest of
Chicago, is a new age-restricted community
that has town homes, duplexes and
single-family residences for
sale. This is a smaller
development in a quiet riverside town and
is close to six golf courses.
Commons, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Embarcadero at Barrio de Tubac, Tubac, Arizona
Senior Artist Colony, Burbank, California
Located near downtown Burbank, California, this
community emphasizes creativity and the arts. Many residents are
former (and current) actors, writers, singers and painters, but others
have just begun to discover their inner muses through retirement here.
Colony, Murrieta, California
Oasis, Menifee, California
far from San Francisco, California is the upscale
active adult community of Smith Ranch Homes, a
condominium and villa development that offers luxury
living, safety and security, beautiful grounds and
an on-site wellness program with access to a doctor
24-hours a day.
Place Flats, Longmont, Colorado
along the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains, about
40 minutes north of Denver, is Hover Place Flats, a
new, small and upscale development for those
60+. With appealing Tudor-style architecture,
Hover Flats does not look like the standard
retirement community and beckons to retirees seeking
luxury and security.
Boulders, Sonoma Ranch, Las
Cruces, New Mexico
Summit at Sierra Grand Resort, Reno, Nevada
Y Ranch, Klamath, Oregon
This small manufactured
home community is for those 55+ and snuggled in the fertile Willamette
Valley of west-central Oregon. There are 140 homes throughout
green landscaping rich with streams, walking paths, trees and flower
beds. Residents here purchase their homes but lease their land.
Lakes, League City, Texas
Powder Horn, Sheridan, Wyoming