Golf View at Stonebridge lies within the very heart of North Carolina, providing the ideal neighborhoods and atmosphere for a thriving retirement community. Designed by Tribute Homes, Golf View has taken every aspect of peaceful, enjoyable living into consideration.
As observed in the title of this community, golf is of upmost importance here, with the Stonebridge Golf Club being a centerpiece in the landscaping. The course, which is 6,950 yards in size, allows players to blend the pleasure of natural beauty with the love of golf: Richard B. Osborne designed the course with a careful hand to capitalize on the preexisting nature within Golf View. Being a renowned course architect, Mr. Osborne began with the 650 acres of untouched land being dedicated to the course’s development—and made a golf course from what was already there.
The result has made Golf View at Stonebridge exceedingly popular for their “18 holes of paradise.” They were recently awarded a Four Star Rating from Golf Digest “Best Places to Play” and ranked within the Top 100 Courses in the Carolina. The club boasts that the course will provide a challenging, exciting game for players of all skill levels. While staff and players take practice seriously at Golf View, there is no shortage of a friendly, calm atmosphere.
For those that like to enjoy the sunshine off the range, there are other ways to get active in the community. A large swimming pool and clubhouse—complete with a kiddy pool and lounge chairs— offer a way to spend the day in relaxation while still getting in a little exercise. Tennis courts also provide homeowners with a way to pass the time even into the evening, due to Golf View’s lit, private courts.
Moving just outside of the community, into the charming city of Monroe—where Golf View at Stonebridge is located—are the best of North Carolina’s amenities. Being in the middle of the state, residents are only a day-trip away from the infamous beaches, or a few hours away from the awe-inspiring mountains—as well as being only minutes away from the “Queen’s city,” of Charlotte, N.C.
Monroe centers a lot of its activity around Charlotte’s movements, allowing for a suburban feeling while still remaining close to the big city which offers all the comforts of being a popular area: shopping, dining, and entertainment. When exhausted from a day of metro-life, it is possible to retire home where Monroe’s atmosphere is quainter; for instance, each year the city puts on a large tree-lighting ceremony with Santa Claus and Rudolph present to delight young and old alike. This year this event will be held on December 6.
For a community with great golf, a lovely city, and the excitement of city life around the corner—Golf View at Stonebridge is a great place to look.