The Best Retirement Communities in Florida by CRF Communities

 


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At CRF Communities, we consider all our active adult communities to be among the best retirement communities in Florida, just suited to different budgets and style requirements. To choose a few that we consider the best retirement communities built by us is difficult, if not impossible. Therefore, think of this list not as what we consider our best Florida retirement communities, but as a sample list drawn from various budgets and styles, indicative of the high standards that we aspire to.

Walden Woods

One of the Finest Active Adult Communities in Florida

If you're looking for the best retirement communities in the best place to retire, stop by Walden Woods. Walden Woods is situated approximately 45 minutes north of Tampa, in beautiful, unspoiled surroundings. Birds fly overhead and the area's crystal clear natural waterways are very close by, where dolphins and manatees can be found frolicking.

Equipped with a host of luxuries, like a heated pool, whirlpool spa and courts for racquet games, Walden Woods is where luxury meets affordability, where the rugged outdoors meets the comfort of home. There are not many retirement communities like it in the world, situated as it is near the Homosassa Springs State Wildlife Park, the Chassahowitzka National Refuge and in close proximity to seven of the country's sparkling spring-fed rivers.

Lake Ashton

The Best Among Florida Retirement Communities for Avid Golfers

The beauty of Lake Ashton and the breathtaking array of amenities available are enough to quicken the pulse of any half-serious homebuyer. Situated on 700 acres fronting the sparkling waters of Lake Ashton, this community is the last word on a comfortable, luxurious retirement. Amenities include a heated pool, lighted tennis and, amazingly…an entire 18-hole golf course!

Other attractions include a sprawling clubhouse, dock and a movie theatre, not to mention a library, billiards center, bowling room…the list goes on and on. Suffice to say that the residents of Lake Ashton have a lot to keep themselves busy with through their retired lives.

Mt. Olive Shores North

Where Retirement Communities Meet Recreational Vehicle Lifestyles

Mt Olive Shores North is a distinctively designed retirement community, which welcomes residents who want a comfortable site-built home, but also enjoy the thrill of the recreational vehicle (RV) lifestyle. The homes come in various styles, colors and sizes to suit all kinds of tastes. In addition most models are equipped with unique RV ports to accommodate the large vehicles. Spanning a wide price range, every at Mt. Olive Shores North receives the painstaking attention to detail that is characteristic of homes built by CRF Communities.

Over the past 25 years, CRF has developed and built over 30 retirement communities serving the needs for Active Adult Communities over 30,000 residents. CRF Communities’ comprehensive website, http://www.crfcommuni has extensive information to help anyone who is considering buying a home in one of the company’s retirement communities in Florida.

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