Top Retirement Towns
What Portland is like for active adults
Portland, Maine (population 66,000) has had a dramatic resurgence over the last 20 years. Always an important port and manufacturing center, Maine’s largest city is an ideal retirement community – in fact it is often mentioned as one of America’s most livable small cities. It combines New England history (founded in 1632), a vital downtown centered on the Old Port District, pristine beaches, and a friendly, small town feel...
What Northampton is like for active adults
Set in the western portion of Massachusetts, Northampton is an exciting college town (Smith College) in the foothills of the Berkshire Mountains. It is a sought after retirement community among its graduates and many literary types. Northampton boasts a very rich cultural environment. Several famous movies have been shot here including parts of “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf”, “Cider House Rules”, and “Sylvia”...
What Millsboro is like for active adults
A town of under 5,000 in Sussex County, and growing rapidly, Millsboro is located in southeast Delaware not far from Rehoboth Beach and Delaware's beaches. It is a small, pretty historical town. Its origins come from being the first point on the Indian River narrow enough to build a dam for water power...
What Grayson is like for active adults
Grayson is an affluent town of about 1,500 people in the Atlanta area. With an average age of 35, it serves as a bedroom community for the greater Atlanta area. The median household income is in the upper $70's...