Archive: December 2011

    Set on the shores of one of Georgia’s largest recreational lakes, Cresswind at Lake Lanier is a spectacular community which welcomes active adults aged 55 and better. The Kolter Group began construction on this development in 2007 and, upon completion, it will contain 734 single-family homes, a spacious clubhouse and many exciting amenities.

    by Bill Ness on December 30th, 201112 Comments

    Each year brings changing trends, including many changes to the typical active adult lifestyle. Now that the New Year is upon us, let’s take a look at some of the expected trends for 2012.
    Opened in 2011, Isabella Village at Savannah is a brand new active adult community specifically designed for residents aged 55 or better. This exciting new development, built by Nathan Carlisle Homes, will be a part of the larger Savannah master-planned community. This gives its residents the benefit of having access to the amenities in Isabella Village and throughout the Savannah open-age community.
    Florida is famous for many things: beautiful beaches, theme parks and sunny skies. The state is also home to the Kennedy Space Center and Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. These unique landmarks lie at the heart of space exploration as the sites where NASA launched space shuttles, satellites and other military and civilian space projects. Known as the Space Coast, this area is also home to great beaches, fun attractions, diverse restaurants and shopping centers, and several active adult communities.
    Located in California’s beautiful Coachella Valley, Heritage Palms is an active adult community which offers luxurious country club living for those aged 55 or better. This resort-style development sprawls across 379 acres offering plenty of space for an 18-hole golf course, a spacious clubhouse, numerous outdoor amenities and 1,004 single-level homes. Residents will feel safe living within Heritage Palms, as the community is gated, with two staffed gatehouses.
    55Places.com is dedicated toward helping active adults find the community of their dreams, and that search just got a lot easier with our new Advanced Search feature. This intuitive search form lets you choose the elements you want in an active adult community and instantly see the results.

    by Susan Quilty on December 24th, 20113 Comments

    Set in the heart of Southern California, in the city of Murrieta, The Colony is a beautiful age-restricted community which boasts many resort-style amenities including the 18-hole California Oaks Golf Course. While this country club community is great for golfers, there are plenty of activities for those who don't hit the links as well. The community's 16-year construction period has also resulted in a diverse collection of homes which are sure to meet the needs of many different homebuyers.
    When searching for their ideal retirement homes, active adults can choose from many different home styles. Some popular options include condos, townhomes, attached villas and single-family homes. Retirees who decide to relocate to a community with manufactured homes may also have the option of leasing the land instead of buying their own lot.
    Nestled at the base of the Tucson mountains, Continental Ranch Sunflower is a fantastic age-restricted community built by Del Webb. This 967-home enclave is set within the larger Continental Ranch master-planned community, yet it also has its own exclusive clubhouse and fitness complex. This lets residents enjoy a wide range of amenities, including the attractions just 15 minutes away in Downtown Tucson.
    Active adults who choose to settle in Tennessee will love the great attractions in the beautiful Nashville area. As the state capital and one of Tennessee’s largest cities, Nashville offers many urban amenities including fantastic healthcare, diverse shopping and dining, world-class entertainment and several colleges and universities. Just outside of the city, active adults will find picturesque suburbs with a variety of neighborhoods.

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