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What are the Benefits of a Big City Retirement?
It is true that most people want to retire in a small or medium sized city. Big cities, however, generally have more amenities than smaller communities, and with more amenities come benefits. These can include access to better, larger and more varied medical facilities. Emergency response times are often faster in larger cities because there are more emergency vehicles on the road. Senior support systems are often more extensive in larger cities. Cultural amenities, including a ballet, a symphony, an opera and more are often present in larger metropolises because there is a base of donors to support them. Most large cities have extensive public transportation systems, something that is often lacking in small towns. So while small towns and small cities are generally the places most people want to retire, big cities have benefits, too
Providence Point, Issaquah, Washington
Issaquah is nestled in the Cascade foothills in northwestern
Washington and is the site of Providence Point, an established, wooded 55+ condominium community with
a wide variety of home styles and prices. Amenities and events include a coffee house, a garden, a putting green, an art sale, a book sale, happy hours and more.
Village at Maplewood, Rome, Georgia
Outside of Atlanta in northwestern Georgia, Rome is the setting for The Village at Maplewood, an attracive 55+ community with condominiums and single family homes. Amenities include a clubhouse with a swimming pool, tennis courts and a putting green. Residents also enjoy a bounty of social clubs, walking trails and more.
Woodlake Village, Murrells Inlet, South Carolina
Charming Murrells Inlet, nestled along the northern South Carolina coast, is the site of Woodlake Village, an established 55+ community with single level, single family homes, a clubhouse, a nice
swimming pool and a social committee that plans a plethora of events and activities.
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