North Carolina is full of active adult communities with a wide range of home prices to suit almost any budget. For those who are specifically looking for lower-priced homes, there are several neighborhoods in the Tar Heel State with price points starting in the $100s.
Here are some of the lowest-priced communities in North Carolina to consider if you’re on a budget:
High $100s – Low $200s
The affordable and 55+ Guilford Crossing community is home to a total of 48 condos. The development offers potential buyers two distinct floor plans that range from 1,225 to 1,483 square feet and have two bedrooms, a den, and two bathrooms. Gilford Crossing’s list of amenities includes a clubhouse, an exercise room, a lounge, and a catering kitchen. Outdoor amenities include a patio, a walking path, gardening plots for residents to grow their favorite herbs and vegetables, and scenic lakes.
Mid $100s – Low $200s
With 53 townhomes, Magnolia Place is ideal for active adults looking for a quiet, tight-knit, low-priced community in Central North Carolina. Floor plans for the neighborhood’s single-level, ranch-style homes range from 1,290 to 1,462 square feet of living space and have two bedrooms and two bathrooms. Magnolia Place’s homeowners have access to several amenities including a 1,200-square-foot clubhouse, a catering kitchen, a multipurpose room, and card tables ideal for an enjoyable game night with neighbors.
Mid $100s – High $100s
Rounding out our list of the lowest-priced communities in North Carolina is The Hills at Avery’s Creek, an age-restricted neighborhood that features 71 attached homes. Available floor plans range from 900 to 1,367 square feet and have two to three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and attached one-car garages. Noteworthy amenities include a community center with a meeting room, card tables, and a catering kitchen. Outside, residents can enjoy a scenic lake as well as walking and biking trails that are wind throughout the property.