Southeast Florida has been one of the nation’s all-time most sought after retirement community locations. The most popular destinations include Miami, Boca Raton and West Palm Beach. Because of great year round weather, easy access to retirement worthy amenities including healthcare, shopping, dining, and recreation, this trend is expected to continue well into the future.
Swim, play, dine, relax or socialize – you can do as much or as little as you want at Valencia Sound in Boynton Beach. The nearly 39,000 square-foot Clubhouse with upscale indoor and outdoor amenities, including a full-service restaurant, sports lounge and multiple pickleball, tennis and bocce courts, provides the ultimate 55+ lifestyle in Boynton Beach. Hundreds of clubs are available to join, Broadway-style shows and entertainment are found in the Social Hall, classes on everything from art to fitness are scheduled at the Clubhouse, and tournaments are held at the world-class Racquet Club. Homes start in the $700k’s.
Valencia Cay at Riverland and Valencia Grove at Riverland are two of the newest 55+ communities on Florida’s East Coast. Located right next to each other in Port St. Lucie, Valencia Cay and Valencia Grove bring together GL Homes’ famous 55+ resort-style living with an amazing master site plan to create a Florida lifestyle that’s second-to-none! At these new communities, you’ll find a million ways to have fun. Walk to nearby shops and restaurants, spend the day at the beach or simply enjoy all the amenities right within your own neighborhood.
Get in on the ground floor of Florida’s next top master planned community with prices starting in just the $300s.
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Located just about halfway between West Palm Beach and Boca Raton, Boynton Beach offers residents a lifestyle that is far-removed from all of the popular Florida tourist destinations without actually being all that far away from those places.
Known as “The Sailfish Capital of the World,” Stuart is located along the Atlantic Coast of Florida, north of West Palm Beach and just south of Port St. Lucie. This area of Florida is also known as “The Treasure Coast” because so many ships have been lost here fighting to survive storms over the years
Homes in Jupiter, FL are always in demand because the weather is great year round and there is plenty of waterfront property. The beach resort town has become a popular vacation destination and many snowbirds purchase homes to escape to during winter.
Considered by many to be the ultimate retirement destination, Boca Raton is located along the southeast coast of Florida just about equal distance between West Palm Beach to the north and Miami to the south.
Walkable, vibrant and teeming with culture, dining and recreational options, Delray Beach, Florida is an ideal retirement spot for the active boomer. Nestled on the southern end of Palm Beach County, Delray Beach is conveniently located 20 minutes from West Palm Beach and 20 minutes from Fort Lauderdale.
At just over 62,000 people, “the village by the sea” has been called the jewel of the gold coast and a city set apart in South Florida.
Located just an hour up the coast from Miami you will find one of the best small town communities in the entire country. VisitFlorida.com describes Delray Beach as a “small and intimate town with big-city sophistication.”
Located a little more than halfway from Daytona Beach to Miami, the town of Port St. Lucie offers a more relaxed feel than its much larger coastal counterparts, but it does so without asking residents to concede many of the same amenities!
The Florida Keys is perfect whether visiting for a weekend or deciding to make it a permanent home.
An idyllic tropical setting at the tip of the United States combined with a myriad of recreation, entertainment, and cultural opportunities create the ideal place to spend the next stage in life.