Adult Retirement Communities

Adult Retirement Communities

June 22, 2007

Adult Retirement Communities, West Virginia, Woodlands Retirement Community, Huntington, West Virginia

Filed under: All States,West Virginia — Administrator @ 4:04 am

Woodlands Retirement Community is a very well kept secret, comfortably nestled in the hills of western West Virginia. Setting majestically atop 170 acres of rolling hills, Woodlands has come to be lovingly referred to as “our castle on the hill”. This Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) offers great views, HealthCare, fishing ponds, walking trails, great activities, great community, transportation, meals…..and the list goes on. Woodlands offers independant apartment (and cottage) living, as well as personal and nursing care. Visit Website

September 13, 2006

Active Adult Retirement Communities – West Virginia, Cacapon, Berkley Springs, West Virginia

Filed under: All States,West Virginia — Administrator @ 4:09 am

A Leisure Living Community in a Top-Rated Retirement and Vacation Area…Berkeley Springs, West Virginia.
Smell the roses…and breathe the fresh mountain air. The active leisure lifestyle you’ve worked so hard for awaits! Cacapon South has been meticulously planned to complement the gorgeous views and abundant wildlife. We’ve carefully chosen the area’s finest builders to offer selected models or to build a custom home from your specifications. Visit soon…discover why Berkeley Springs is such a popular resort destination. And, with a home at Cacapon South, you can enjoy it for the rest of a very good life. Visit Website

July 5, 2006

Active Adult Retirement Community – West Virginia, Glade Springs Village, Daniel, West Virginia

Filed under: All States,West Virginia — Administrator @ 3:39 am

The pristine highlands of southern West Virginia form a magnificent setting for Glade Springs Village, a community that truly does have it all: spectacular natural beauty, exceptional recreational opportunities and a rich community life. Membership at Glade Springs Village means you may use two of the finest golf courses in the region, the George W. Cobb Golf Course and Stonehaven Golf Course, which opened in October 2003. Stonehaven promises to be spectacular. It will feature non-returning nines, a halfway house at the turn and shelters at the farthest extremes of the routing. It will also incorporate the rugged West Virginia landscape with dramatic topography, striking rock outcroppings, and a path through a forest of mature oak, maple, beech and hickory trees. Visit Website

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