The kids are out of the house, the neighborhood isn’t the same as it used to be, and all that yard work is taking a toll (or being left for next year). It is time for a change, and what better way to take advantage of retirement than to spend it in a community of peers, relaxing and engaging with the beautiful scenery of a well-cared for home?
If it’s time for a change, consider the benefits of a 55+ community!
Security and Care
Some may fear living in a 55+ community means giving up security, but on the contrary, most 55+ communities provide private security in various forms. For example, the community at Del Webb Woodlands offers gated entry! Besides official security, in small tight-knit communities, neighbors know and care about each other. Community members know that they can trust their neighbors if a need should ever arise. At the same time, community members never have to worry about grueling tasks like maintenance or landscaping, as everything is taken care of! Imagine never having to mow another lawn or scoop another shovel of snow!
Recreation and Relaxation
Residents enjoy spending time biking, hiking, swimming, or socializing without ever needing to step outside the neighborhood! Whether it’s soaking in the sun poolside or playing bocce and pickle ball with your neighbors, locations like Bonterra at Woodforest have something for everyone. Residents in 55+ neighborhoods and communities never have to think about the crowds at the local country clubs, parks and trails, because they have access to their own private recreational facilities.
Taking college classes or learning a new skill can be a daunting task, but many 55+ communities make it easy and simple by offering programs and resources exclusively to their residents. The Bonterra at Woodforest learning center provides residents with an opportunity to expand their horizons, as well as interact with like-minded community members, while the Windsor Hills cooking classes teach valuable life skills to all. Residents can also relax and learn at their own pace by visiting the library at Windsor Hills. Independent, or in groups, the learning opportunities in 55+ communities are never ending!
If it is time for a life change, a move to a 55+ community provides a unique opportunity for convenience, and ease, as well as a fulfilling social and recreational experience!