Weekly Edition ~ March 15, 2019
"Make no mistake about why these babies are here - they are here to replace us." ~Jerry Seinfeld
This Week's Community Review:
Durham, North Carolina
Located in central North Carolina, not far from Duke University, lovely 55+ Creekside at Bethpage is part of a larger mixed use development. Colorful single family homes and town homes are for sale, and amenities include a swimming pool, tennis courts and a community garden.
Previous Weekly Reviews:
In southeastern Florida, Tamarac is the setting for Kings Point, a large, established 55+ community with condos, town homes, coach homes, 12 swimming pools, five tennis courts, two clubhouses, a theater, a bounty of activity groups and more. The community abuts Everglades National Park.
Powder Springs is in northwestern Georgia, about 30 miles from downtown Atlanta, and is the site of Bel-Aire, a stylish 55+ community with single family homes, quiet lanes, a clubhouse, a neighborhood garden, a dog park and more.
Along the northern South Carolina coast, charming Murrells Inlet is the site of Spring Forest, a comfortable, wooded 55+ community with single family homes, nearly all of which back to a shallow canal or forested area. Amenities include a nice clubhouse, a swimming pool, RV parking and a good menu of social events. HOA fees are reasonable, too.
Tucson is in southern Arizona and is the setting for The Academy Village/Altura, 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.
Just north of Clearwater on Florida's central Gulf Coast, Dunedin is a nice city and home to Edgewater Arms, an established 55+ condominium community with water views, a large heated swimming pool, two piers, am adjacent marina and more.
Calabash sits near the mouth of the quiet, crook-necked Calabash River in southeastern North Carolina and is the setting for Brunswick Plantation, an age-targeted resort community with condominums, town homes and single homes, most with golf course or lake views. Residents enjoy 27 holes of golf, seven swimming pools, five clubhouses and more.
Comfortable Schertz is outside of San Antonio in south central Texas and is the site of Scenic Hills, a leafy, settled 55+ community with a manned entry gate, brick single family homes, a nice lodge, RV and boat storage and a bounty of groups and activities.
Along the southwestern Florida coast, Estero is the site of Cascades at Estero, a nicely manicured 55+ community with single story, single family homes, Mediterranean architecture, a clubhouse, swimming pools, tennis courts, a spa, walking paths and more.
Buckeye is outside of Phoenix in southern Arizona and is the site of Sundance at Buckeye, a 55+ and 45+ community with single family homes, a large clubhouse, a golf course, pretty views and more.
On South Carolina's northern shore, charming Murrells Inlet is home to Seasons, a 55+ neighborhood within the popular all ages development of Prince Creek. Amenities include a large clubhouse, a PGA - TPC golf course, a lifestyle director and more. Single family homes, most with a view of a fairway, water or woods, are for sale.
Located in north central Florida, Ocala is home to On Top of the World, a large, established 55+ development with colorful single family homes, three golf courses, a lifelong learning program, a town square, dog parks, tennis courts, swimming pools, an RC airfield and much more.
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