Weekly Edition ~ August 18, 2017
"It is better to know some of the questions than all of the answers." ~James Thurber
This Week's Community Review:
Cornelius, North Carolina
Cornelius is on the shores of western North Carolina's Lake Norman and is the site of Bailey's Glen, a 55+ community with single family homes, three swimming pools, three clubhouses, a woodworking shop, a dog park, a cyber cafe, planned pocket parks, an activities director and more.
Previous Weekly Reviews:
Pretty Bonita Springs is on Florida's southwestern coast and is the site of Lighthouse Bay at The Brooks, a lush, gated lakefront resort with five swimming pools, tennis courts, a nature preserve, a sunning beach and low maintenance homes. It markets to baby boomers and retirees.
On Georgia's northern coast, Savannah's Skidaway Island is the site of The Landings, an elegant all ages, single family home community with clubhouses, golf courses, restaurants, marinas, miles of trails, gardens, tennis courts and more.
On Florida's southeastern Treasure Coast, Port St. Lucie, the safest city of its size in Florida, is the setting for LakePark at Tradition, a new, colorful 55+ enclave within the larger development of Tradition. Single family homes and villas are for sale. Amentities include a resort-style swimming pool, a yoga studio, a dog park, tennis courts and more.
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