We whittled down the 55 best 55+ communities to focus on small communities with less than 200 homes. This ranking features the 25 best small 55+ communities based on their popularity, affordability, and amenities, providing a resource to help active adults start their search to find the small 55+ community of their dreams.
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We narrowed down our 55 Best 55+ Communities list to focus on the best mid-sized 55+ communities. All of the communities on this list are age-restricted and have 200 to 500 homes. Some of the top communities on the list can be found in Florida, Arizona, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and North Carolina.
From the best-selling master-planned communities with 55+ communities to the best-selling age-restricted communities of 2020, many active adult homebuyers want to stay up-to-date on the latest news and trends in active lifestyle real estate. At the start of a new decade, many of the most renowned builders have announced new developments across the country, and active adults
Every year several dozen active adult communities open their doors to residents who get to enjoy the new amenities first and build the community’s lifestyle from the ground up. This year is no different. Take a look for yourself and discover the new homes available in these popular communities.
Pulte Homes proposed a new Del Webb age-restricted community in Westborough, Massachusetts. Del Webb Chauncy Lakes has plans for 700 units on the former Westborough State Hospital property. Pulte is set to move from the due diligence to the permitting stage.
While some retirees may not think of settling down in the Boston area during their Golden Years, this vibrant metropolitan region of New England offers great cultural attractions and a rich history as well as plenty of options for active adult living in 55-plus communities.
The New England region offers a great combination of history and an eclectic mix of old and contemporary flair. If you’re looking to experience New England charm in retirement, check out these places.
Manchester, New Hampshire is the perfect retirement destination for Baby Boomers interested in an active adult community that has a picturesque New England charm and is located in a tax-friendly state.
If skiing is your pastime of choice, there are plenty of active adult communities from coast to coast that will put you within a quick driving distance of your favorite mountain resorts. Here are a few of our top choices:
Tie your shoes, stretch your legs, and go for a stroll through 55+ neighborhoods located near the most pedestrian-friendly cities in the country.
New England offers picturesque getaways year-round, but visitors particularly enjoy the beauty of the region’s changing fall foliage. This peak tourist season is a prime time to stay in a quaint bed and breakfast, or a charming country inn. There are also many areas where you can rent a home for an extended visit or find lodgings at a budget-friendly hotel.