Retirement Communities: Not At All What You’ve Imagined

Sep 14 • Lifestyle • 415 Views • Comments Off on Retirement Communities: Not At All What You’ve Imagined

It is amazing how quickly life goes by is it not?  One minute you are standing at the alter giving your “I do’s”, and the next minute you are planning for you retirement.  It’s amazing.  If you are nearing or are already in retirement, then you are probably realizing all the changes that this phase of life brings about.  The kids are grown, your working years are over, and you are deciding what you should do during this time of your life.  Well, if you are like most people, one of the things that you might be thinking about is downsizing a little bit.  After all, when it is just you and your spouse, you really don’t need the 3100 square foot, four bedroom three bathroom house anymore.  Well, I would like to tell you about retirement communities that cater to active adults.

Active adult living communities are not convalescent homes like some people think.  In fact, they couldn’t be further from that. These communities are somewhat like Disneyland for adults, and here are a few things that they can include:

Custom Home Building Options

When you move into an adult living community, you don’t move into an apartment.  No sir.  You have the option of sitting down with their builder and designing your very own home that is perfect for you and your family.  In addition, some of these communities have their own design team that allows you to select your flooring, paint colors, etc.  You will get to feel all excited all over again about building a new home.

Lots and Lots of Amenities

I could go on and on about this, but a number of these communities offer pools, mini golf courses, private movie theatres, various social clubs, and more.  They provide entertainment not just for you, but there are lots to do for the grandkids when they come to visit.

So, hopefully now, you have a better idea of what to expect from active adult communities.  If you are retirement age, then I would greatly encourage you to at least consider these communities as an option.  You don’t have to retire and be bored and alone.  These communities allow you to create a life that is perfect for your retirement years, and they also provide an atmosphere with people your age, and this allows you to have a great, healthy social life.  I wish you all the best in your retirement years!

Brandon Jones enjoys writing about Dallas retirement communities.

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail

Related Posts

« »