5 Inland Empire 55+ Communities Without Golf Courses and Their Fees

Many active adults, like those in Terramor, want to avoid green fees.

Golf courses are a highly sought amenity for some 55+ homebuyers, but they’re not on everyone’s wish list. One big reason is green fees. Residents who don’t play the sport don’t want their homeowners’ association dues going to an amenity they’re not using. No golf course also means less noise and traffic throughout a community.

Thanks to the Inland Empire’s excellent selection of age-restricted communities, those who aren’t interested in golf have many options to choose. Take a look at the Inland Empire’s best age-restricted communities that skip on-site golf while offering other great amenities.

Serrano Del Vista – Banning

High $100s – Mid $300s

Serrano Del Vista is an intimate 55+ community with just 246 single-family homes. Its low number of homes and gated environment give it a safe, small-town feel.

Residents of Serrano Del Vista have access to a well-equipped clubhouse where they can socialize with neighbors and meet up for events. The clubhouse has an exercise room, ballroom and bar, billiards room, library, and a relaxation room. With many outdoor amenities, residents can make the most of California’s weather while staying active. There is an outdoor pool and spa, tennis court, horseshoe pit, shuffleboard courts, and walking trails that wind throughout the community.

Four Seasons at Beaumont – Beaumont

Mid $200s – High $400s

Four Seasons at Beaumont offers reasonably priced homes in a luxurious environment. Development is still ongoing, but upon completion, the community will consist of 1,923 residences. These finely crafted single-family homes and attached homes come in several different floor plans.

Four Seasons at Beaumont’s modern amenities add to its high-end appeal. Residents are treated to several well-appointed recreation centers. The Lodge is a 25,000 square-foot clubhouse that has a bistro, cozy lobby with a fireplace, arts and crafts studio, ballroom, and more. The amenities continue outdoors with a pool, scenic lakes, walking trails, and multiple courts for different sports such as tennis, shuffleboard, basketball, and pickleball.

At the Salon at Four Seasons, residents can work out in the fitness center and aerobics studio, relax in the heated spa, or get pampered at the full-service salon. The Summit, which is the community’s additional clubhouse, features an indoor pool, exercise room, lounge, and more.

Altis – Beaumont

Low $300s – Mid $400s

Altis is an up-and-coming community that recently opened for sales. With a modern, resort-like environment, this 55+ community has been generating lots of interest. Upon final build out, it will consist of 704 single-family homes in a gated setting.

Altis’ planned recreation center, called the VuePoint Residents Club, will be the social and activity hub. This recreation center will feature 16,000 square feet of amenities, including a high-end fitness center, a flow studio for yoga, a great room with a fireplace, and an arts and crafts studio. Outdoors, residents will be able to swim in two large resort-style pools. There will also be a spa, poolside lounge, and five pickleball courts. With a walking trail and over 20 acres of natural spaces, residents will be able to enjoy the outdoors with neighbors.

Terramor – Corona

High $400s – Mid $600s

Terramor is another new community that offers resort-style living in the Inland Empire. Upon completion, it will be home to 585 single-family residences in a gated setting.

Residents are served by a 20,000 square-foot clubhouse called the Terrace Club. This high-end amenity center has a gym and wellness center, saunas, arts and crafts studio, an indoor pool, and more. Outdoors, residents can celebrate community events with a barbecue, bar, and outdoor cooking area. Additional amenities include a resort-style pool and spa, courts for tennis and other sports, and trails that meander through parks and natural spaces.

Since this 55+ neighborhood is located in a larger master-planned community, residents also have access to an all-ages clubhouse. This clubhouse has space for meetings and events, an outdoor pool and patio, and residents can enjoy additional park spaces.

Orchid at Pacific Mayfield – Menifee

High $200s – Low $300s

Orchid at Pacific Mayfield offers low-maintenance living in a high-end, gated setting. Once completed, this 55+ community will consist of 156 single-family homes. The community’s new and resale homes range from 1,514 to 2,398 square feet.

Orchid at Pacific Mayfield is equipped with a quaint clubhouse to keep residents active and social. The clubhouse features an exercise room and a multi-purpose room for clubs and other social events. Outdoors, residents can relax in the pool and spa, sunbathe on the patio, or play a game of tennis. There is also an outdoor barbecue area for community gatherings.

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