Where to Retire magazine has selected Aiken, South Carolina as a top retirement destination. The city was profiled in the November/December issue, available nationwide October 14, 2014.
For many, moving to a new location after retirement is the ultimate dream. No longer tied down by a job, retirees are finally free to relocate to a warmer city where they can pursue their hobbies, or move closer to their grandchildren. Today’s retirees are looking for a city with mild weather, low cost of living, a growing economy, and quality health care facilities within short driving distance. They are also looking for a place that offers recreational activities such as golf, fishing, and outdoor walking trails, and opportunities for social gatherings.
Aiken, SC is Top Retirement Destination
Aiken, South Carolina has all the qualities retirees look for in a retirement destination and more.
“Beloved for its mild weather, Aiken also draws retirees who have a passion for horses and courses,” says Where to Retire Editor, Annette Fuller.
Aiken, South Carolina offers gorgeous equestrian facilities and trails for people of all ages to enjoy. In addition, Augusta National, host to the Master’s, is only 20 miles away where retirees can enjoy a 6 am tee time any day of the week. A new performing arts program is located in Aiken as well, hosing a variety of shows throughout the day. For retirees who wish to pursue education, the University of South Carolina Aiken offers continuing-education courses and opportunities. And for those who love to explore, historic downtown Aiken offers a plethora of shops, restaurants, and points of interest.
Where to Retire has been helping its readers find the ideal place to retire since 1992. The magazine is published six times a year and covers the best retirement regions, towns, and communities in the United States.
Retreat to The Retreat at Storm Branch
Looking for a beautiful neighborhood in Aiken, SC to retreat to after retirement? The Retreat at Storm Branch has everything you need and more.
Perhaps the top reason retirees select The Retreat At Storm Branch is the atmosphere. Retirees enjoy the slow pace of friendly, Aiken County and the beauty of the equestrian landscape. Boyd Park is also nearby for those who love walking trails and fishing. At the Retreat at Storm Branch, you will feel welcomed right away. This tranquil, wooded community gives residents that remote feeling, even though they are just minutes from modern conveniences.
Several updates have given this community even more comforts. Last year, Bill Beazley Homes added smart home technology to their new homes at The Retreat. This year, they’ve opened a brand new phase which includes 21 new lots.
The homes at The Retreat are built with serenity in mind. The spacious lots offer privacy from neighbors as well as an ample supply of surrounding nature. It is the perfect place for retirees to relax and get away from it all. Floor plans are roomy and comfortable, featuring hardwood floors, gourmet kitchens, and fireplaces. Both one and two story homes are available at the Retreat at Storm Branch as well as a wide variety of floor plans.
Right now, Bill Beazley Homes is offering up to $10,000 in buyer’s incentives at The Retreat at Storm Branch. Stop by for a visit any day to see why this neighborhood is the ultimate retreat.