This Week's In-Depth Community Review:

The Academy Village, Tucson, Arizona

Located in southern Arizona, The Academy Village is a 55+ community with Southwestern style single family homes and town homes amidst an abundance of open space. Amenities include The Arizona Senior Academy, a life long learning organization with a bounty of trips, classes, symposiums and lectures. A dog park, free wifi and nearby golf are here, too.

Previous Week's In-Depth Community Review:

Village at Tuscan Lakes, League City, Texas

League City is outside of Houston in southern Texas and is the site of The Village at Tuscan Lakes, a gated, 55+ single story, single family home community within a larger, all ages Tuscan-themed development. Amenities include a sumptuous clubhouse, a beach entry pool, a spa, a rich activities calendar and trip discounts from Road Scholar.

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Today's Snapshot Community Review:

Sunriver, St. George, UT

St. George is in southwestern Utah and is the location of Sunriver, a sun drenched 55+ single family home development with a golf course, a swimming pool, a gym and more.

In-Depth Community Review:

Seasons of Prince Creek, Murrells Inlet, SC

Charming Murrels Inlet is a fishing village and tourist destination on the northern South Carolina coast. It is also the setting for Seasons at Prince Creek, a 55+ single family home neighborhood with open spaces, ponds and a soothing ambiance. Amenities include a large clubhouse and a golf course.



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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.


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Winding River, St.Marys, Georgia

Charming St. Marys is on Georgia's southern coast and is the site of Winding River, an all ages, single family home community that markets to baby boomers. It has a variety of architectural styles, including coastal and cottage, as well as a beautiful clubhouse, a zero-entry pool, nature trails, marsh views and more.

Century Village, Deerfield, Florida

Deerfield is situated along the southeastern Florida coast and is the setting of Century Village, a large, established 55+ condominium community with a wide range of prices. Amenities include two clubhouses, fifteen swimming pools, a golf course and more.

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.


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