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Tennessee is home to panoramic views, rich history, and will soon be where 55+ boomers, and retirees make memories. Debuting spring of 2017, Del Webb’s vibrant active adult community of Southern Springs just 35 minutes south of Nashville, will be opening its doors to homebuyers 55 and better. Offering a taste of southern hospitality, with high quality new construction, residents will love coming home to this close knit energetic community.
The Del Webb name is known for designing communities where active adults live better, and dream bigger. Southern Springs features 602 beautiful single family ranch style homes on over 300 acres with open concept floor plans, and outdoor spaces ideal for hosting family, and friends. Homeowners can enjoy a low-maintenance lifestyle with more time to participate in all this age-restricted community has to offer from fitness amenities, to the opportunities to get in on the social scene. Take a refreshing swim in the indoor/outdoor pool facilities, work up a sweat in the state of the art fitness center, or gather friends for a game of tennis or bocce ball. An on site lifestyle director helps residents get the most out of their Southern Springs experience. .
Retirement is an important time in your life. It means you have finally earned the right live your life and enjoy every minute of it. More of life and living can be experienced if you moved to an active adult community. One such 55+ active community, is The Cottages at Feathers Chapel in Blountville, Tennessee.
Located in the picturesque rolling hills of Williamson County, east of I-65, lies a quaint little community of 87 homes known as Ladd Park. If you are a 55 plus senior looking for a traditional lifestyle with all the modern amenities and facilities, you can definitely look into this community. With little doubt, you may choose to purchase a home and settle down here to spend your 55+ retirement years in the awesome Active Adult Living that bundles a whole range of benefits and amenities in one package.
The serene, natural beauty of the Cumberland Plateau, 2000+ feet above sea level bordered by 200,000 acres of state owned wilderness, has earned Fairfield Glade a place among the top retirement destinations in America. We’re off the beaten path in the wooded hills just off I-40, but within a short drive to Nashville, Knoxville or Chattanooga and about midway between Florida and the Great Lakes.
When you think of Tennessee, it is sure to conjure the image of Elvis, the late king of rock and roll. Yes, this is the place of his birth. However, Tennessee offers much more than rock and roll memories for you, especially if you are choosing to move to Tennessee for your retirement living. Tennessee is a state full of beauty, southern hospitality and serene weather. This is a state that offers just about anything for everyone. If you are considering moving to Tennessee in your retirement years, let us provide you a few more reasons to add more weight to your decision.
Active adults, who do not have the time to exercise for long hours, will be happy to hear recent research has indicated that short bursts of intense exercise have many health benefits. Yes, it is true! All you need to do is take three minutes off your busy schedule to do some high intensity training (HIT), a week for four weeks, and you will start seeing the benefits. For example, in some research institutes, participants experienced an average of 24% insulin sensitivity with just 3 minutes of exercise. So, how do you do this? Let’s take a look.
Active Adult Living Made Better with Money Savvy Measures
The rising cost of living is not easy for most seniors. You, as an active senior, may be living on a fixed income and the rising utility bills, gas and food prices may be quite worrying. This can be true even if you have planned well for retirement. However, there are ways to stretch that income, if you follow some money savvy practices. Here are a few methods that you can take into consideration to keep your finances stable and your mind free of worry.