Aurora, CO 55+ Active Adult Retirement Communities

3 Active Adult Communities in Aurora (14 Others Nearby)

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Heather Gardens

Aurora, CO

Low $100s–Mid $300s

2,426 Homes

55+ Age Restriction

Single Family, Attached, Condos

Resale Homes Only

Low $200s–Low $600s

1,442 Homes

55+ Age Restriction

Single Family, Attached

Resale Homes Only

High $200s–Low $300s

80 Homes

No Age Restriction

Attached

New and Resale Homes


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Windsor Gardens

Denver, CO

Below $100k–Low $200s

2,689 Homes

55+ Age Restriction

Attached, Condos

Resale Homes Only

Anthem Ranch

Broomfield, CO

Low $300s–Low $800s

1,300 Homes

55+ Age Restriction

Single Family

New and Resale Homes

High $200s–Low $600s

1,300 Homes

45+ Age Restriction

Single Family, Attached

New and Resale Homes

Skyestone

Broomfield, CO

Low $300s–High $500s

532 Homes

55+ Age Restriction

Single Family

New Homes Only

Verona

Highlands Ranch, CO

Low $300s–Mid $600s

506 Homes

55+ Age Restriction

Attached, Condos

New and Resale Homes

Gleneagles Village

Highlands Ranch, CO

Mid $200s–High $400s

345 Homes

55+ Age Restriction

Single Family, Attached

Resale Homes Only

Low $300s–Mid $500s

220 Homes

55+ Age Restriction

Single Family

New Homes Only

High $400s–Low $700s

122 Homes

No Age Restriction

Single Family

Resale Homes Only

Mid $200s–High $300s

111 Homes

55+ Age Restriction

Single Family

Resale Homes Only

The Retreat at The Links

Highlands Ranch, CO

Low $300s–High $300s

101 Homes

No Age Restriction

Single Family

Resale Homes Only

Low $100s–High $200s

100 Homes

55+ Age Restriction

Condos

Resale Homes Only

Low $200s–High $300s

96 Homes

No Age Restriction

Attached

Resale Homes Only

High $200s–Low $500s

91 Homes

55+ Age Restriction

Condos

New Homes Only

Low $300s–Mid $300s

81 Homes

55+ Age Restriction

Single Family

Resale Homes Only

Overview

 

While many people think of states like Florida and Arizona for retirement living, Colorado is becoming an increasingly popular location for active adult communities due to its comfortable climate, beautiful landscape, and limitless recreational opportunities. The Colorado Front Range area is where the majority of Colorado’s population resides. Active adults aged 55 and better will especially enjoy the city of Aurora, ranked the 9th safest city in the country by Forbes Magazine.

 

Popular active adult neighborhoods in Aurora, Colorado include large 55+ communities like Heather Gardens and Heritage Eagle Bend with over 1,000 residences that include condos, townhomes, and singe-family homes. Smaller neighborhoods like The Villas at Great Plains Park are ideal for working active adults downsizing to a low-maintenance home in Aurora without an age-restriction.

 

Climate & Geography

 

55+ communities in Aurora, Colorado experience a semi-arid climate with four distinct seasons. Though the winter season sees plenty of snow, summers are generally low in humidity with warm, sunny days and cool, comfortable nights. The average high temperature in January is 45 degrees and the average high in July, the warmest month of the year, is 89 degrees.

 

Aurora is one of the main cities that make up the Denver-Aurora-Broomfield, CO Metropolitan Statistical Area, more commonly known as Metro Denver. It has a total area of 154.7 square miles, which surpasses Denver by one-square mile. Aurora is ranked the 54th largest U.S. city in land area and spans into three counties: Arapahoe, Adams, and Douglas.

 

Recreation, Culture & Entertainment

 

Aurora is an ideal city for outdoor recreational activities and has over 300 sunshine-filled days per year. 55+ communities in Aurora, Colorado enjoy 10,069 acres of parks, open space, and trails. There are 108 municipal parks, seven golf courses, four public libraries, and two reservoirs throughout the city. Popular recreational activities can be found at the Aurora Reservoir, May Farms, Plains Conservation Center, Arapahoe Park, and Aurora Sports Park, to name a few.

 

Active adults living in Aurora enjoy plenty of cultural attractions and events throughout the city’s vibrant arts scene. The Aurora Cultural Arts District Association is made up of residents, artists, and businesses that come together to provide diverse cultural opportunities to the city. This includes the Aurora Arts Festival and popular musical performances. The Aurora History Museum, Aurora Symphony Orchestra, and Aurora Artists Guild also promote art and history.

 

Shopping is abundant and ranges from seasonal farmers' markets to large retail centers. With breweries, professional sports venues, and over 250 restaurants, the city of Aurora offers something for almost every interest.

 

Cost of Living & Taxes

 

Colorado, as a whole, has a higher cost of living than the national average. However, the overall cost of living index in Aurora is 6.7% lower than the state of Colorado’s average. In Aurora, the sales tax rate differs by county, 8% in Arapahoe County, 8.5% in Adams County, and 8.75% in Douglas County. Colorado’s individual income tax is collected at a flat 4.3%, regardless of your income level.

 

Healthcare

 

Situated in the Denver Metro Area, active adult communities in Aurora are within close proximity to top-notch healthcare facilities throughout Denver and Broomfield. There are 33 hospitals in the metro area, eleven of which have been recognized as top ranking. The highest ranked hospital in the state of Colorado is located in Aurora. Sitting at the number one spot, the University of Colorado Hospital is ranked nationally in nine adult specialties and three high-performing adult specialties. The second-ranked hospital in the state is Porter Adventist Hospital in Denver and Craig Hospital in Englewood comes in third.

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