Retire To The Golf Course
Retiring to the golf course doesn't need to be just a dream. It also doesn't have to mean retiring to Florida or Arizona either. For that matter, it doesn't mean that you need to wait until you're ready to retire to start looking into golf club homes like those at the Anderson Creek Club in North Carolina. With a year round temperate climate, easy access to both beaches along the Atlantic Ocean and to mountain ranges on the Western side of the state, the Anderson Creek Club is in an ideal location. For those of you who are thinking toward the future but are still working, the Anderson Creek Club is just a short trip from Fayetteville, Pinehurst and Raleigh. Overall, what that means is this: you'll find that you're able to be in the middle of everything - cultural centers, shopping, great restaurants and even colleges and universities.
Being able to get to wherever you want to be is nice, but it doesn't address the two primary concerns of those who want to retire to the golf course. One of those concerns is the golf itself. The other is the home. The Anderson Creek Club golf course, in order to address the first of those concerns, will prove to be challenging regardless of your experience on the course. An eighteen hole course designed by Davis Love III - the 1997 PGA champion - features tree-line fairways and rolling greens that wind through 7, 180 yards for a 72 par.
The course was determined to be the best new course in North Carolina in 2001, and lives up to the championship reputation of its designer. What could be better than being able to play the Anderson Creek Club course whenever time allowed? What about living in a patio home, condominium, townhouse or single family home that abuts the course? All of the homes that are available at the Anderson Creek Club will give you easy access to 14 ponds that are stocked for fishing and suitable for canoing and kayaking. You'll be able to go swimming, play tennis or volleyball, and have family picnics without having to leave the neighborhood. Walk along nature trails. You'll be able to have the active lifestyle that you have always enjoyed, but you'll be able to relax and unwind - even if, for you, that means indulging in spa services like a massage before heading back to your home. Whether you're looking for a smaller home, a condo where you won't have to worry about maintaining the property or a larger home - an estate home at the Anderson Creek Club - that will allow you to have all the space you need, you'll find that it's easy to find a great property that suits all of your needs. Of course, if you've always wanted to design a home of your own, don't think that retiring to the Anderson Creek Club is out of the question. Wooded home sites are also available and you'll be able to have your dream home built for you. The Anderson Creek Club makes retiring to the golf course even more appealing.
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