Voted "Delaware's Community of the Year" in 2015, Bayside is located along the Assawoman Bay and just minutes from Fenwick Island. This master-planned waterfront resort golf community offers a rare blend of unspoiled nature and beauty, and a variety of signature amenities and homestyles...
Cresswind at Lake Lanier is Georgia’s best-selling, most-awarded active adult community offering quality new homes for sale on the southeast side of Lake Lanier. Located in Gainesville...
Welcome to Cresswind Myrtle Beach, the only fully amenitized active adult community in sought-after Market Common. Less than one mile from Myrtle Beach's best retail and dining...
Everything you need to live life to its fullest is now in Peachtree City. With Kolter Homes’ award-winning active adult community, Cresswind...
UNIQUE MILITARY RETIREMENT COMMUNITY, "THE PLACE PATRIOTS CALL HOME" WHO WE ARE Primarily a military retirement community, Indian River Colony Club (IRCC) is a 55+...
Located near one of America's top college towns - Chapel Hill, NC - Fearrington Village is a planned community of nearly 2000 people...
What it's Like to Retire in PRINCE GEORGE
Prince George is a town and the county seat of Prince George County in Virginia. It is east of Petersburg and southeast of Richmond. It is rural but also close to the Chesapeake as well as the Rappahannock and Potomac Rivers. The area is booming as a retirement destination. ... more >>
What it's Like to Retire in Gulf Shores
Located on a barrier island in western Alabama, Gulf Shores is an upscale resort and retirement community at the entrance to Mobile Bay. The average age here is 46, well above that for the rest of the state. Part of the attraction is the water and coast - many places to explore in your boat, Gulf State Park, play golf, or enjoy the white sand beaches. Nearby Orange Beach is a similar alternative to Gulf Shores. Fort Morgan is an historic site close by... more >>
What it's Like to Retire in Cheektowaga
Cheektowaga, New York, a suburb of Buffalo, is located in Erie County and has a population of just over 75,000 (2010 census). The town was named by the Erie-Seneca Indians and means "Land of Many Crabapples" due to the abundance of Hawthorn trees in the area. Cheektowaga was orginally a farming area, but was then developed during the World War II subdivison boom... more >>
State: New York
What it's Like to Retire in Woodstock
Woodstock, Vermont, has been described as “The Prettiest Small Town in America” by Ladies Home Journal Magazine, and few could debate that. Woodstock Village is a quintessential community that includes a town green surrounded by private homes, churches and the courthouse, with many of these properties listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Ottauquechee River flows through the town, complete with covered bridges... more >>
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