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In each new issue of Top Active Adult Communities, we bring you new and established active adult communities from across the country. Not all of these developments are age-restricted - some of them attract singles and families - but many of them offer the amenities and lifestyle sought by retirees and empty-nesters. Scroll down to see them!

 

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The Oasis

29100 Midway Summit Road, Menifee, California 92584

(951) 299-9397

Single family homes

Priced from mid-$300,000s

Age Restriction:  55+

Web Site

Country club community

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Brunswick Plantation and Golf Resort

380 Brunswick Drive NW, Calabash, North Carolina  28467

(800) 332-8576

Condominiums and single family homes

Priced from $84,900   

Age Restriction:  All ages but popular with baby boomers

Website

Two clubhouses, seven pools, tennis courts, 27 holes of golf

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Cooper Point Village

4125 Capital Mall Dr. SW, Olympia, Washington  98502

(360) 956-9400

Single story apartments

Priced from $1,665 per month

Age Restriction:  55+

Web Site   (Website is not secure but is safe)

Attached garages, full size washer and dryers, community events

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Heritage at Towne Lake

18915 San Saba Circle, Cypress, Texas   77433

(281) 256-2772

Single family homes

Priced from $300,000s

Age Restriction:  55+

Web Site

Beautiful neighborhood within larger, all ages master-planned community

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Summertree

11234 Paradise Pointe Way, New Port Richey, Florida   34654

(888) 423-5775

Single family homes

Priced from low-$100,000s

Age Restriction:  55+

Web Site

Gated, 9 holes of golf, heated swimming pool

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The Baby Boomers Retirement - A New Definition for an Old Word

One definition of retire is to withdraw. Originally, retirement was intended to remove older workers form their jobs.

The idea of retirement as a time to play emerged in the early 1960's as a marketing tactic from the housing and insurance industries. While this new vision of retirement was better than the old one of sitting on a rocking chair waiting to die, the golden years were still a gilded prison. Retirees were sent off to Sun City to play golf and bridge, but still removed from society.

During the last 35 years, psychologists have reached a new conclusion that aging isn't necessarily a time of decline, physically, mentally, and spiritually, but an opportunity for growth. In order for this growth to occur, a reorientation must take place within the individual.

If you're retired or thinking about it in the near future, check out your attitude and beliefs about aging. What are your expectations about getting older? Are you excited or dreading this phase of your life? What are your reactions to the following words and phrases: senior citizen, the golden years, elderly, retirees?

Do you believe the best years of you life are over? Do you believe you still have the opportunity to create new dreams, push outside your comfort zone? Are you prepared to jump off the edge of the cliff and build your wings on the way down?

The baby boomers' retirement will be different from their parents' generation. Whether it will be better or worse will depend on how they define themselves and that word.

~ Article Source: Ezines.

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