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This Week's In-Depth Community Review:

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.

Previous 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.

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Today's Snapshot Community Review:

Tradition, Biloxi, MS

Biloxi is on the Mississippi coast and is the location of Tradition, a large all ages community with lakes, parks, fishing, single family homes, town homes and a nearby national forest.

In-Depth Community Review:

Lakes of Mount Dora, Mount Dora, FL

Located in north central Florida, Mount Dora is a pretty town reminiscent of an English village. It is also the site of Lakes of Mount Dora, a 55+ community with homes situated along navigable lakes and canals. Amenities include tennis courts and RV storage.



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Which States Have the Most 55+ Communities?

More and more 55+ communities are popping up as baby boomers retire, but Florida is still king when it comes to retirement communities. Arizona runs a close second, but other states, including Georgia, Texas and the Carolinas, are gaining ground. Developers are discovering a huge market in retiring baby boomers, and they plan to keep building retirement communities. Many of these are really mini-resorts, designed with active retirees in mind.

 

Latest Weekly In-Depth Reviews:

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.

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.

 



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