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Wyboo Plantation
Wyboo Plantation

Come discover the Midlands' best-kept secret! Residents from over 30 states have found Wyboo Plantation to be a wonderful place to call home. With the peace and tranquility provided by the golf course and lakeside atmosphere, Wyboo Plantation is sure to be your perfect retirement destination...

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The Peninsula on The Indian River
The Peninsula on The Indian River

Voted Delaware’s Best Resort Community, The Peninsula on the Indian River Bay is a gated community featuring Delaware’s first private Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course. At The Peninsula...

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Carolina Arbors
Carolina Arbors

Carolina Arbors by Del Webb is a new community that opened in 2013, located in the prestigious Brier Creek neighborhood in the center of the triangle of Durham...

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Hot Springs Village, Arkansas
Hot Springs Village, Arkansas

Hot Springs Village Arkansas has been recognized as a "Top 100 Master Planned Community" in Where to Retire Magazine for its resort amenities and natural beauty...

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Regency at Dominion Valley
Regency at Dominion Valley

Regency at Dominion Valley is where daydreams come to life...

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Nature Walk at Seven Hills
Nature Walk at Seven Hills

Imagine a community with 3 distinct neighborhoods. IMAGINE 855 acres of hillsides thickened with century-old Oak, Magnolia...

 
 
 
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Grand Junction, Colorado comes up near the top of many people's "best places to retire". For one thing, this fast-growing town perched on the border with Utah has a relatively low cost of living. It is also a college town (Mesa State College has over 4,000 students on campus here). Natural beauty and recreation is abundant with the Rocky Mountains and the Colorado National Monument (see picture above). The town is the unofficial capital of the Western Slope... more >>

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Cheyenne is the capital and largest city (53,000 people) of the state of Wyoming and is an interesting place to retire. The city was an early western railhead and stock town and became very important when the major east/west railroad came through town. The railroad made use of the naturally tall, straight native lodgepole pine trees to manufacture ties for their tracks. The city has a lower than an average cost of living, and in fact was named by U.S... more >>

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What Georgetown-TX is like for active adults

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What Birmingham is like for active adults

The largest city in Alabama,  named for one of the major industrial cities of the United Kingdom, Birmingham, Alabama has been nicknamed The Magic City. Until the end of the 1960s, Birmingham was one of the South's primary industrial centers, producing iron and steel as a major component of the railroad industry. Now, manufacturing is no longer quite as important, but Birmingham today ranks as one of the most prominent business centers in the Southeastern United States... more >>

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