Age Restricted Communities and Age Targeted Communities
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Today's Community Review:
January 20, 2020
Outside of Phoenix in southern Arizona, Goodyear is the setting for PebbleCreek, a large 55+ community with single family homes and patio homes. Amenities include two lush golf courses, tennis courts, an aquatic center, a Lifelong Learning program and much more. Prices come in a wide range.
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Green Valley is south of Tucson in southern Arizona and is the location of Casa Paloma, an established, low key 55+ town home community with reasonably priced homes and an endless array of amenities.
Davenport is in central Florida and is the setting for Providence, a gated community popular with baby boomers and empty nesters. Single family homes and attached homes in nicely manicured neighborhoods are for sale, and amenities include a golf course, a grand clubhouse, tennis courts, swimming pools and plenty of green spaces.
Outside of Los Angeles in Southern California, Friendly Valley is a settled, gated 55+ community with condos, town homes, single family homes, two golf courses, RV parking, nicely manicured grounds, a plethora of activities and more.
On Hawaii's beautiful island of Oahu, Mililani is the site of Olaloa, a mellow, gated 55+ condominium community with 21 acres of green spaces, a swimming pool, a neighborhood garden, planned activities and more.
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Tamarac is in southeastern Florida and the setting for Lakes of Carriage Hills, a mellow, established 55+ condominium community with lakes, a clubhouse, a swimming pool, neighborhood get-togethers and more.
In pastoral southeastern Pennsylvania, Womelsdorf is the site of Stonecroft Village, a 55+ community with pretty single family homes, a clubhouse, walking paths, acres of open green spaces and more.
Outside of Houston in southern Texas, League City is the site of Village at Tuscan Lakes, a stylish 55+ neighborhood within a larger development. Residents enjoy a sumptuous clubhouse, a swimming pool, an extensive activities menu, a European flair and more.
Along the southwestern Florida coast, Estero is the site of Cascades at Estero, a nicely manicured 55+ community with Mediterranean-style single family homes, a clubhouse, swimming pools, tennis courts, a spa, walking paths and more.
On Florida's Gulf Coast, Punta Gorda is the site of Alligator Park, a low key 55+ cooperative with low maintenance mobile/manufactured/park model homes, a fishing and boating lake, a heated swimming pool, a chapel, a bounty of resident activities and more.
Outside of Raleigh in north central North Carlina, Clayton is the setting for Flowers Planation, a wooded community with tennis courts, a cafe, town homes, single family homes and a lovely 55+ neighborhood named Sweetgrass.
Gold Beach is on Oregon's rugged southern coast and is the site of Turtle Rock Resort, a cozy, all ages community with beach access, an on-site fishing guide, a restaurant, a store and cottages for sale.
What are the Benefits of a 55+ Development?
Developments designed for the 55+ crowd offer a lot of benefits. The main ones may be security, plenty of recreation opportunities and a sense of community with people of similar backgrounds, but the benefits do not end there. Nearly all 55+ single family home communities, particularly newer ones, have single story homes (condos always have elevators). No more having to go up and down stairs all day long. Many have home owners' associations that take care of the exterior maintenance, including mowing the lawn and shoveling the snow. Others have rental programs so that if you decide to go on vacation for six months, the association will find a qualified renter for you. There are even communities that will, for a monthly fee, provide meals, housekeeping and 24/7 emergency services.
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