If you make your own rules, you will feel like you’re in prison. I would like to add a few thoughts after reading through my husband’s article: We have just moved out of our active-adult community near Seattle after I did everything reasonable, over the course of 10 years, to adjust to my surroundings.I would strongly suggest renting in an over-55 community before buying, to see if the lifestyle fits your needs and personality. In my opinion, living in a retirement community is like being held captive on a cruise ship... And, yes, I am the “city person” to which Raymond referred in the article.
Several of Delaware's most popular active adult communities are located in Middletown, Delaware.
Just a few of our favorites: – Springmill: The first Active Adult clbuhouse community in Middletown.
Just 25 miles south of Wilmington, the charming down of Middletown, DE nestles into a verdant landscape of rolling fields and lush woods.
Dating back to the mid 1800s, Middletown was once just a tavern-stop on an old cart road extending across the peninsula between Appoquinimink Creek in Odessa and Bohemia Landing on the eastern branch of the Bohemia River in Maryland.
But, that's because we're in the middle of a small city...
so centrally located that we can walk to little restaurants. He’s found a store with “real” French bread and wonderful Boston cream pies.
I will try to give you as many things to consider as I can, but in the final analysis, the decision will be based upon your own personality.
The Pros of Living in a Retirement Community: If you think like the herd, you will love an active-adult community.
It is home to some of Delaware's finest Active Adult communities.