Del Webb has set its sights to the north, and construction has begun on its first age-restricted community near the Twin Cities. Bellwether by Del Webb, which is located in Corcoran, Minnesota, will host its grand opening celebration on July 27. Prospective buyers who attend will get the chance to experience the active adult lifestyle the community will offer.
Bellwether by Del Webb plans to build 398 homes in three series: the Garden Series, the Classic Series, and the Estate Series. The Garden series includes homes in the low to mid $300s, ranging from 1,222 to 1,498 square feet. The Classic series homes are in the mid to high $300s, ranging from 1,683 to 1,953 square feet. And finally, the Estate series features homes in the low to mid $400s, ranging from 1,683 to 1,953 square feet.
All the homes are built to uphold Del Webb’s high standards of quality and craftsmanship. HOA fees cover common area and exterior home maintenance like lawn mowing and snow removal.
In addition to the high-quality homes, Bellwether by Del Webb plans to build an 8,000-square-foot clubhouse that will serve as the epicenter of activity in the community. This clubhouse will house men and women’s locker rooms, a state-of-the-art fitness center, multipurpose rooms, and a catering kitchen.
Outside, other amenities include an outdoor swimming pool and patio. Residents looking to engage in a little friendly competition can check out the tennis, pickleball, and bocce ball courts. A full-time lifestyle director will ensure that there’s a full calendar of activities, clubs, and social events for residents to participate in.
Corcoran is only a 30-minute drive away from Downtown Minneapolis where residents can find stores, golf courses, and cultural attractions like the Minneapolis Institute of Art and the Orpheum Theater. Residents looking to travel out of state can look forward to the convenience of being just a 40-minute drive away from Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. For residents seeking lifelong learning opportunities, the University of Minnesota offers several continuing and senior education classes.
Minnesota may not have the year-round sunny climate of Florida or Arizona, but the Twin Cities have a lot to offer active adults who are looking to stay a little closer to home for their retirement. Don’t just take our word for it: See Bellwether for yourself at the grand opening event.