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What are the Benefits of a Small Town Retirement?
Surveys about where people want to retire usually suggest that most people, if they are planning to relocate at retirement time, want to live in a small town. Sometimes the idea of small town living can even be romanticized to the point that every house has a white picket fence and Christmas looks like a Norman Rockwell painting. Small towns are hardly perfect, and no two are the same, but many do offer a sense of community not found in cities. This is because residents tend to know each other, if only because gathering places are fewer and people are less dispersed. Small towns are often also less expensive than cities, although that is a generalization that does not always hold true. Some small towns are very pricey while cities in the South and Mid-West are often affordable. Small towns are usually easier to navigate and are quieter than cities. Shopping and dining options may be more limited, but they are also usually closer to home.
Pinehurst Trace, Pinehurst, North Carolina
Nestled in lush south central North Carolina, Pinehurst resembles
an English village and is the setting for Pinehurst Trace, an established, wooded 55+ community with single story, single family brick homes, a clubhouse, an activity director, nearby golf and more.
Skyestone, Broomfield, Colorado
Broomfield sits along the Rocky Mountain foothills in north central Colorado and is the location of Skyestone, a beautiful new 55+ community with single story, single family homes, a Lodge, a swimming pool, nature trails and a pretty setting.
Rarity Bay, Vonore, Tennessee
Vonore is in rolling eastern Tennessee and is the setting for Rarity Bay, an all ages waterfront community that caters to empty nesters and retirees. Single family homes and condominiums come in a wide price range, and amenities include boat docks, an equestrian center, riding trails, a tennis and swim club, a golf course and much more.
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