Windsor Gardens are often referred to as the best kept secret in Denver for retirement. Certainly, the least expensive. It's 50 year age may be a draw back for some, and the plumbing is not set up for laundry in individual but many of the units are being renovated with beautiful results. The level of care to the grounds and gardens in the summer and the quick snow removal in the winter is also impressive.
For those who like to take long walks or bike rides, the Canal Trail runs right behind Windsor Gardens and is wooded and complete with wildlife. Stores and shopping are within a mile and Public Bus lines run through the Gardens.
My mother moved in first. I saw how reasonable cost was so I moved in while I am still working to save more for retirement. I was astounded to find how many people have been here for over 20+ years and love it! They wouldn't dream of going elsewhere. Many younger retirees are on their way in, so it shouldn't be a drawback to those who want a younger crowd. They're here too.
The amenities are very good, and people are friendly and warm. I don't golf, but many people do, and say it's a nice course.
We have plays, movie night, and so many things to do and trips to take. Unless your a recluse, there's plenty to do, and fun to had.
I visited Windsor Gardens because someday I would like to retired there. Soon I arrived to see some condos I fell in love with this place. The people were nice and the area was clean and beautiful. peace and quiet all around.
I have been at Windsor Gardens for a few years now and have really enjoyed it. I got a really great deal on my home and was able to stick within my tight budget. The location is nice and keeps me just a short trip from my two grandkids. I have tried out a lot of the clubs and have met a lot of wonderful women and made lots of new friends.