Over 55 adult dating communities
And, once he gives this town a chance, I think he'll like it as much as I do. But, even if we won the lottery, Ray would never live in a city.
If you live in an over-55 adult community, let me know if you love it or hate it. So, we compromised, by downsizing to a cheaper house in a cute, little town with a big level of hipness. Tina Tina Boomerina (AKA Christina Gregoire) is a Baby Boomer born at the end of 1952.
Middletown might be small, but there's a lot to love here, from museums and history to art and culture to fine dining and boutique shopping.
Take a stroll along the brick sidewalks of historic Downtown to explore a variety of local businesses and attractions, and maybe grab a drink or a pastry at a sidewalk cafe. Visit numerous town parks, like Silver Lake Park or Charles E.
When I was living out in the sticks, I missed the energy, the artistic vibe, the creative buzz… that happens spontaneously whenever you mix people from different age groups and ethnic backgrounds. Retirement Communities Have Positives: Even though I constantly talked about moving back to the city, there are good things about planned communities. You can find a new (or fairly new) one-story house that is not located in a crumbling, ungentrified “inner suburb”.
And, I couldn’t find a decent Chinese or Mexican restaurant… If you want the city, the only one-story homes (without exterior stairs, and within the good parts of the city) are expensive, high-end condos, which often come with monthly dues of 00 or more.
Shoppers needing more than the local Downtown scene can explore the nearby Christiana Mall, or the museums, music and cultural activities just a short drive away in Wilmington.
Dover Downs Casino and Raceway is just south on Route 1.
And for beach lovers, the Delaware beaches are an hour away.
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Boomerina (Raymond Gregoire) You may be thinking of moving to an over-55 retirement community now that the kids are gone, but there are many pros and cons to consider before you take the leap and buy a retirement home in an active-adult community.