Welcome to the Village at Oxford Greens by Del Webb, Connecticut's most exciting destination for active adults 55+. Phase 4 of the Village, Fairview at Oxford Greens, is ready with new models...
The shores along Bethany Beach, DE, offer some of the most beautiful stretches of beach on the Atlantic coast, from Lewes, DE, Rehoboth Beach and south to Fenwick Island, DE, attracting families...
Along the shores of Albemarle Sound, far removed from the frenetic pace of contemporary life, lies Albemarle Plantation...
Hot Springs Village’s natural beauty: Breathtaking vistas, blossoming forest and gleaming lakes, combined with its mild climate...
From the beginning, the Briar Chapel® community, in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, was designed as a place in harmony with nature. We've preserved nearly 900 acres of open space...
Valencia Bay is the newest Valencia neighborhood and offers exciting new home designs in an ideal Boynton Beach, Florida, location. When it comes to luxury living...
What it's Like to Retire in Asheville
When baby boomers share notes about potential retirement towns, chances are that Asheville will be the place most frequently mentioned. Asheville is a prosperous small city of just over 75,000 (400,000 in the Metro) in the Blue Ridge mountains of western North Carolina. Because of its charming environment and mild weather it has long been a desirable retirement community – from the rich and famous to ordinary people in quest of beautiful environment... more >>
State: North Carolina
What it's Like to Retire in Aiken
If you like horses and an easy-going, warm weather climate you might want to think about making Aiken, South Carolina your retirement community. This town of almost 30,000 in western South Carolina’s Sand Hill country grew up as a healthy retreat where the wealthy could escape from hot weather. The “Winter Colony” as it is called has always been popular with the horsy set for fox hunting, steeplechase, and polo horses... more >>
State: South Carolina
What it's Like to Retire in Charlottesville
Charlottesville, Virginia, the home of Thomas Jefferson (Monticello), has been ranked as the #1 city (Cities Ranked and Rated) as well as one of the best 100 places to retire. It is also home to the stately and picturesque University of Virginia, founded by President Jefferson. This college town offers a tree-lined dignity and charm that, combined with its location at the base of the Blue Ridge Mountains, makes it easy to see why so many 55+ retirees are planning to retire in Charlottesville... more >>
What it's Like to Retire in Newington
Newington is a suburban town near Hartford, the state capital. The country west and north of town grows quite rural and quaint. Because the area is not as crowded as nearby Hartford or New Haven, its lower prices and lower key lifestyle has made it a popular place for active adults looking to retire. Picture of Main St., Newington, CT courtesy of Wikipedia and John Phelan... more >>
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