Weekly Edition ~ October 13, 2017
"It's amazing how much Exercise and Extra Fries sound alike." ~Author Unknown
This Week's Community Review:
In central Tennessee, not far from country music capital Nashville, Lebanon is the setting for Colonial Village, a cozy 55+ community with attached homes, single family homes, gardening plots, a clubhouse, a swimming pool and more.
Previous Weekly Reviews:
In sunny southern Arizona, Tucson is the the location of Casitas de Castilian, an established, reasonably priced 55+ development with adobe style town homes that offer both community and privacy. Amenities include a neighborhood clubhouse, tennis courts, swimming pools and grounds dotted with palm trees and Italian Cypress evergreens.
Situated on the Gulf Coast mainland and some barrier islands west of St. Petersburg, South Pasadena is home to Bay Island, an established, waterfront condominium community for people age 55 or better. Many units have a balcony overlooking the water, and amenities include six heated swimming pools, tennis courts, walking paths, a marina and more.
Small, growing Stanley is outside of Charlotte in western North Carolina and is the site of The Villas at Creek Walk, an intimate 55+ community with brick duplexes and elements designed for aging.
Outside of Austin in lush central Texas, Lakeway is the site of Tuscan Village, a 55+ community with single family homes, town homes, condominiums, cobblestone streets, a village center, access to a yacht club and more.
Palm Desert is southeast of Los Angeles in Southern California and is the site of Palm Desert Greens, a gated manufactured community with pastel-colored homes, three swimming pools, a bounty of activity clubs, a golf course and plenty of sunshine.
On the central Gulf Coast of Florida, Clearwater is the setting for Villas of Lake Arbor, an established, inviting 55+ low maintenance commnity with condos, attached villas, tropical grounds, walking paths, planned activities and a clubhouse overlooking the lake.
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