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Valencia Cove

Valencia Cove features everything that Valencia is famous for and more! From the stunning entrance with sparkling waterfalls, to a beautiful staffed gatehouse, Valencia Cove will welcome you to a world of fabulous 55+ resort living beyond your dreams...

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Del Webb Woodbridge

At Woodbridge in California’s Central Valley, active adults age 55 and better will discover Del Webb’s world-class amenities in a small-town setting. Opportunities to enhance your physical, intellectual and social well-being abound...

Westerly

Westerly is a very attractive and prosperous town of about 20,000 in southeastern Rhode Island, near the Connecticut border. Tourists come here because of its beaches, especially Misquamicut State Beach. The downtown is especially beautiful with classic buildings, churches, and library. The town inc.......more>>

Hertford

Hertford is a small town good for boating and fishing in North Carolina's Inner Banks region. There are lots of bays and rivers for cruising and fishing, and some of the developments have slips attached to the homes. The population was 2,185 at the 2008 census.  Hertford is the county  sea.......more>>

Ann Arbor

Ann Arbor, Michigan (population just over 115,000) is home to the University of Michigan, whose 40,000 students make an extreme cultural impact upon the town. The city has strict zoning regulations which make life difficult for developers but result in an extremely pleasant small town cultural envir.......more>>

Harrisburg

With many colleges in the are, Harrisburg is the capital and almost geographical center of the state of Pennsylvania. Once depressed and down, Harrisburg had a resurgence thanks to the money being spent by the state in development. Unfortunately in 2010 the effect of that spending caused severe.......more>>

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