ARLINGTON PLACE – North Carolina
In what was once a bustling coastal hot spot sits the charming, quiet community of Arlington Place. Located in Minnesott Beach, NC, it’s nestled on the Neuse River, and on the site of an old Native American settlement thought to be one of the largest Indian trading centers in the South Atlantic states. These days Minnesott Beach enjoys its quiet lifestyle of 18 holes of golf, its marina, and being home to a world class boy’s camp. It’s also surrounded by towns full of excitement and history; New Bern, the first capital of NC, and Oriental, which hosts the Oriental Cup Regatta and the Croaker Festival. Crystal Coast beaches also make this community a great landing place.
HERITAGE SHORES – Delaware
Bridgeville, DE, is a town that can deliver what you need. Home to the 55 and better golf community of Heritage Shores, you’ll find an Arthur Hills Championship golf course and low maintenance homes to start. If you’re after a coastal lifestyle, Heritage Shores is only a quick 45 minutes from the ocean, and if you want to save money, well, living here will help your wallet too. Delaware is a low tax state: No retail sales tax, and some of the lowest property taxes around. Here you can easily stay fit in their Fitness & Aquatic Center, and be entertained by the many festivals held throughout the year.
VINITERRA – Virginia
This community could not have picked a better location. Not only is it in the pristine Virginia Wine Country, it’s also in between two of VA’s best cities, Richmond and Williamsburg. Viniterra is a community that provides its residents with a feeling of luxury, offering estate home sites and resort cottages. Surrounded by the unspoiled beauty of working vineyards and winery (open for tours, tastings, and events), and not far from bodies of water like the NC Outer Banks and the Chesapeake Bay, you get the best of both worlds. Whether you’re out for a day of boating, or enjoying the peacefulness of the countryside, Viniterra is a place easy to call home.
BAY CLUB AT MATTAPOISETT – Massachusetts
The Southcoast of Massachusetts paints a perfect backdrop for this premier golf community, giving luscious views of where the ocean meets the sky at places like Ned’s Point Lighthouse. Bay Club offers another great feature; the club is member owned and governed by a Board of Managers. Six residential villages are comprised within Bay Club’s 625 forested acres, lending 200 acres to its country club and golf course, and 200 more committed to pristine open space. Outside the community you’ll come across intriguing cities like New Bedford and historic Newport, RI, as well as the cultural hub of Boston. Recreation, dining, and cultural activities are plentiful here, giving the perfect balance for and ideal life.
VILLAGE AT QUEENS HARBOR – South Carolina
How about living life near the Grand Strand? Situated between Georgetown, SC, and Little River, SC, you couldn’t ask for better location. Village at Queens Harbor is a new construction condominium with 1, 2 and 3 bedroom floorplans—and the best part is that this beautiful community is right next to the beach. For the days when soaking up the sun is the only thing you want to do, The Villages at Queens Harbor is the place to be. You’re also close to great shopping, and if you’d rather avoid the sand, you can still enjoy the sun at the community pool. Or stroll through the quiet neighborhood, admiring the scenic ponds throughout.
PORTOFINO – North Carolina
The specialty here is the Portofino Equestrian Center, where horse enthusiasts can keep their horses nearby and take advantage of this state of the art facility. Located on the Neuse River in Clayton, NC, young families to retirees populate this equestrian town. It’s a proud Audubon International Signature Program member, and whether you choose to walk or ride horseback, there are plenty of nature and riding trails to get you outdoors enjoying the beauty of the area. The amenities of the community, like the swimming pool, and access to the Neuse River, make Portofino more than just a place to live—they make it a lifestyle.
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