Today's Snapshot Community Review:
Windmill Village, Punta Gorda, FL
On the southwestern Florida coast, Punta Gordon is the site of Windmill Village, a 55+ manufactured home community. Residents enjoy a variety of clubs, activities and a waterfront locale.
Briar Chapel, Chapel Hill, NC
Located in north central North Carolina, inviting Chapel Hill is home to Briar Chapel, an all
ages "green" community with attractive residences in a variety of architectural styles. Acres of open space, trails, parks and a community garden are a few of its perks.
Plantation Oaks, Flagler Beach, Florida
On Florida's northeastern coast, pretty Flagler Beach is the setting for Plantation Oaks, an appealing 55+ manufactured home community nestled amid tall oak trees and magnolia trees. Lawns are well kept; streets are well lit; residents are a friendly bunch. Amenities include a clubhouse, tennis courts and an Olympic size swimming pool.
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.
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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