The Vita – Two Master Bedrooms On One Level

The award-winning Vita model, which is available in select NewStyle Communities, is designed to fit today’s active adult lifestyles. This gorgeous home plan features bright, open rooms, inviting outdoor living spaces, maintenance-free exteriors and unique design features.


A spacious one-story plan, The Vita has 2 Master Bedrooms, 2 full Bathrooms, a Half Bath, Study, a 2-car attached garage, and 2,445 square feet of living space. An optional second floor Bonus Suite adds another Bedroom and Bathroom, as well as a large Living Room.


The Vita is elegant and wide open – perfect for hosting friends and family. In addition to its classic all-brick exterior, this home has plenty of storage for all of your stuff! The bright and airy Kitchen overlooks the courtyard, and is adjacent to a Dining Room and a Family Room with a gas-log fireplace. The Kitchen includes granite counters, maple cabinets, an oversized island and two walk-in pantries.


Just down the back hall, the Master suite features a large walk-in closet a bright Bathroom with a barrier-free shower and split-dual vanities. The second Master Bedroom suite has a walk-in closet and private Bath with tub or shower. An outstanding living space, this home also includes a welcoming front Foyer, 11-foot tray ceilings, 8-foot interior doors, a Study, covered front porch and a private Courtyard. In addition to the optional Bonus Suite, there are options for a Screened Porch, a Sunroom, and a Master Bath with Garden Tub.


Winner of the Gold Award in the Charlotte Home Builder’s Association 2016 Parade of Homes, The Vita is a must-see home design. For information about The Vita, contact Allison Wallace at 704.837.8301 or

Starting a new chapter at The Villas at West Georgia

Sandra and Gary Guenther lived in Simpsonville, South Carolina for decades, raising their family in a large home on two-plus sprawling acres. But, as Sandra notes, “All of the sudden, the kids are gone and you realize you don’t need or want the bigness!” That’s when this lively pair of empty nesters started looking for something smaller and easier to take care of.


“We looked at so many houses,” says Sandra. “Then, one day, we saw an ad in the paper for a NewStyle Communities 55-plus neighborhood in North Carolina.” A chat with a sales associate resulted in an invitation to come visit the NewStyle community in Simpsonville, The Villas at Carriage Hills and West Georgia, just five miles from where they lived! The rest, as they say, is history.


The Guenthers liked what they saw – all brick exteriors, high quality craftsmanship, unique interiors, no maintenance, no stairs, tons of storage, spacious garages, and a cozy neighborhood. Notes Sandra, “Like many people our age, we realized we were likely looking for our last home. We’re 

going to spend the rest of our lives here. We wanted to feel secure, and not have to worry about maintenance and landscaping.”


But they also wanted a home that fit their style. When the sales associate took them to look at lots, and they wanted a larger lot for some breathing room, “it was no problem at all,” says Sandra. After choosing a floor plan – the Portico – the process of choosing features and finishes was a breeze, too. “I had a good idea of what I wanted. And the team was so easy to work with.” Once construction started, “Randy kept in touch, letting us know how everything was progressing. He was so kind and cordial.

 They were such good people to work with!”


Among the many features they appreciated about their new home, the Guenthers loved the quality of everything. “We were so impressed with the craftsmanship. And the systems are all high end. You don’t have to upgrade to get the good stuff.” They also love the thoughtful designs. “When you first walk in, the layout is so unique,” Sandra raves. “It’s obvious they really thought about the way each home should feel.”

After months of eager anticipation, “we moved in May – on my birthday,” recalls Sandra with a smile. “Best birthday present ever!”    


So what part of their new life are they enjoying the most? “There’s so much light, even though we share a wall with another home. And I love not having stairs. My husband loves the garage – there’s plenty of room for the cars and his tool bench and toolboxes.


“We turned the ‘flex room’ into a saloon! Gary had made me a bar and saloon doors in our old house, so we brought them with us and created a bar here!”


The Guenthers say the whole process, from initial meeting all the way through to post move in, has been absolutely amazing. “Everyone has been so helpful and easy to work with.”

When asked if they would recommend The Villas at West Georgia, Sandra laughs. “We tell everyone about The Villas at West Georgia. It has so much going for it – we bring people in to see our home all the time!”


The model home for The Villas at Carriage Hills and West Georgia is located at 1 Heron Way, Simpsonville, SC 29680. For more information, contact Allison at

(704) 837-8301 or




Tips For Staying Active & Healthy After Retirement

When you retire, one of the most important keys to staying healthy is to keep active, both physically and mentally. But many retirees discover that leaving one life to begin another is harder than they thought. The truth is, even though most professionals look forward to retirement, the transition from a 9 to 5 lifestyle can be unexpectedly traumatic.


According to, “An active retirement is not just keeping busy, but engaging in quality activities that make your life worthwhile.” This is the time to explore your passions that you might not have had a chance to pursue earlier in life. Here are some tips to get you started during this important transition.


  1. One of the most obvious ways to stay healthy is to get movingIn retirement, you have the luxury of exercising when you want – and you have more options to choose from. Whether you’re hiking on a trail, swinging a tennis racket, or even chasing your grandkids around, physical activities promote stronger bones, improved strength and balance, reduced risk of heart disease, and lower cholesterol and blood pressure. Studies also have shown physical exercise helps prevent dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, and some researchers suggest exercise may also improve immunity.


  1. Get up and get started. Once you’ve caught up on your sleep, learn to appreciate the bliss of early mornings. Early morning hours where you don’t actually have to be somewhere can be refreshing. You get to set your own pace and decide what you want to do that day. It’s amazing what you can accomplish in a day when you get up early, but don’t need to report to work.


  1. Stimulate your mind. Without the stimulation of a work environment, keeping your mind sharp is harder. Choose activities that make you think. Some people read, while others prefer the challenge of a puzzle or brain twister. Take online courses from the comfort of home. Learn to play a musical instrument. One study showed that participants who engaged in creative hobbies were significantly less likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease than those who were intellectually inactive.


  1. Try something new. Identifying and pursuing new interests can be a refreshing adventure in what may otherwise become an uneventful routine. Learn how to use technology better. Take dance classes. Write a book. Travel.


  1. Get better at something old. Revisit a long-lost skill. With all that free time, retirement can be the perfect opportunity to get better at something we have always loved. Renew your love of singing or playing the piano. Brush up on your chess. Work on your golf game.


  1. Play cards. Invite some friends over for the evening to play a few hands of bridge, and you just might give your immune system a boost at the same time. Research has linked bridge players’ need to use memory, visualization and sequencing during the game with increased numbers of immune cells afterward.


  1. Stay close to your friends. Since work isn’t getting in the way of pleasure, you can dedicate more time to personal relationships. Researchers say building up your “social capital” promotes health and happiness as people age. Frequent social activities—such as watching movies, attending sporting events and playing games—decreases the chances of dementia, significant cognitive decline, and even physical disability. 


  1. Renew your sense of purpose. Work is the way we find identity as individuals and how others identify us. As a consequence, retirement can be devastating to some. Instead of sitting around, volunteer your time, years of experience, and wisdom. Research has shown that having a sense of purpose may help you live longer, and other studies have found that older adults who participate in activities they believe are meaningful often report they feel happier and healthier. There are thousands of organizations seeking volunteers, so it shouldn’t be hard to find something you love.


As Will Rogers once said, “Half our life is spent trying to find something to do with the time we have rushed through life trying to save.” Retirement doesn’t mean stepping back from a full, healthy life. With roughly 20 years of life remaining after retirement, many retirees have time enough to do anything and everything. By making their health a priority in retirement, the retired set can keep their minds and bodies acting as young as they feel.

Got your traveling shoes on? Don’t forget to budget wisely.

Here at NewStyle, we think our homeowners are pretty special. They may be 55-plus but they are totally enjoying their new lives. They love to socialize and have fun. They love to travel and discover new things! And thanks to our carefree, maintenance-free lifestyle, they have all the time and freedom they need to explore the world!

According to an AARP survey, baby boomers are spending $120 billion a year on leisure travel. And no matter where they’re headed, they’re just as budget-minded as their younger counterparts. So here are a few tips for having adventures without breaking the bank.


  • Plan more & save more! According to the AARP survey, cost is the #1 overall barrier to traveling. However, survey respondents said they plan trips well in advance and save up for vacations.


  • Use a trip planning website like TripAdvisor, Expedia or Travelocity. They can help you find great deals on plane tickets, hotels, car rentals, etc.


  • Maturity definitely has its perks. AARP members can take advantage of discounts on select hotels and up to 25 percent savings on cruise credits and car rentals. Also look for reduced rates on state and city websites. Hotel brands also offer substantial discounts. Do your research, and always inquire about special senior rates.


  • Carpe diem. 2017 gasoline prices are averaging $2.46 per gallon. Accordingly, people are taking longer and more extended road trips. It also means they are spending that extra cash on lodging, shopping, and dining out. What are you waiting for? Get going!


  • Take advantage of discounts afforded to retired military personnel. Plenty of hotel brands, including Choice Hotels, Hiltonand select Disney properties, offer reduced room rates for retired military members.


  • Don’t forget travel medical insurance. A necessity for travelers who are enrolled in Medicare and do not have coverage extended outside the United States. Travel medical insurance covers seniors who want coverage for emergency medical insurance and emergency medical evacuation coverage.


Happy Travels!

If golf is your game, Simpsonville is your place!

Who says that “retiring” means sitting around being bored? Whatever you’re in the mood for, Simpsonville, South Carolina, has plenty of interesting attractions to keep everyone satisfied – especially if everyone loves golf!


Simpsonville is set among the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in the northwest corner of South Carolina, making it one of the most scenic locations in the state. This vibrant community welcomes visitors to experience breathtaking views and Southern charm at its finest. People choose to live and play here for a variety of reasons, not the least of which is the moderate winter climate. The average temperature is 60 degrees, and the sun shines 60 perfect of the time.


When referring to South Carolina golf, most folks are familiar with Myrtle Beach, Hilton Head and Charleston area, however, there are dozens of private and public golf courses near Simpsonville! From Crosswinds in Greenville to The Walker Course at Clemson, you’ll never run short of new courses to try! These courses offer plenty of challenges for the highly skilled. On top of that, most cost less than $50 a round. Here are just a few options…



Fox Run Country Club
Holly Tree Country Club


Carolina Springs Family Golf Center



Bonnie Brae Golf Club

Crosswinds Golf Course

Greenville Country Club

Hillandale Golf Course
Verdae Greens Golf Club
Willow Creek Golf Course


Thornblade Club

Lakeview Golf Course

Pebble Creek Country Club


The Walker Golf Course At Clemson University

5 Advantages of Maintenance-Free Living

Congratulations on your new home purchase! By now you’ve settled and nested into your new surroundings, met new neighbors and friends and fully embraced the benefits of your maintenance-free lifestyle. But just in case you are still in the dreaming stage, wondering what it would be like to enjoy the reclaimed time and energy that abounds in our communities, here are some things you will want to take advantage of:

  1. Time to enjoy retirement.

When you purchased your first home, you might have envisioned and even accepted with delight that your Saturday plans for many years to come would involve mowing, painting, mulching, planting and weeding, to name a few. The pride that comes with home ownership is real and so are the chores. After a while, the shiny tools become dull, the pressure to accomplish everything in a timely and seasonally appropriate fashion mounts and your neighbor’s home looks better than yours (gasp!). We know you have put in the time and we are here to let you tap into the big reserve of relaxation you have earned! It’s your chance to dust off those hobbies, get outdoors, visit family and admire someone else’s hard work on the lawn. Saturdays are looking good.


  1. Worry-free travel

You will love being able to pick up and go on that golfing or overseas trip without hassle or worry. No sprinkler timers and favors called in from the neighbor to water your plants. The exterior of your home is beautifully maintained during every season of the year. This includes lawn care, planting and mulching, irrigation, pruning and more. Our green thumb will take care of keeping your home and neighborhood rich, alive and colorful. The money you will save in annual planting and maintenance can be put right back into your travel budget!


  1. Professional landscaping and exterior maintenance

Our professional contractors will not only have the grounds looking great but the exterior of your home will get the attention it needs for longevity and safety as well. Outdoor projects can range in expense 

and difficulty resulting in potential hazards to your safety. According to the Right at Home Fall Prevention Guide, approximately 1/3 of elders falls at least once a year and outdoor falls are more common than indoor falls. At NewStyle Communities, we want you to stay active AND safe. We do all that we can to make certain that the curbs, roots, lighting and steps do not pose a challenge to your safety and active lifestyle. Our all-brick exteriors not only stand the test of time, but are cost and energy efficient to you. You won’t have to break out the ladder for any outdoor roof, window, paint or gutter maintenance again.


  1. Dream organization and storage

I can just feel the weight lifted and freedom gained from a good Spring cleaning. Organizing and ridding our homes of clutter feels and looks good. Our NewStyle Communities homes boast ample storage with a garage that can house your household supplies, your sports or exercise equipment perhaps, your toolbox and your vehicle. We hope you won’t be too sad to leave behind your lawn equipment, gas and oil cans, shovels, rakes, wheelbarrow and extra supply of dirt. A decluttered home promotes more energy, decreased stress and better mental faculties according to a recent Princeton University Neuroscience Institute study. Now, who can argue with science?


  1. Extra money in your pocket

Your energy efficient home will save you money on the inside with lower heating and cooling bills and we, as your builder, will save you money on the outside as we take care of the rest. Lawn maintenance and seasonal planting alone could be costing you an average of $1500-2000 per year. That some hefty piggy bank change! You are well on your way to your next vacation without even lifting a finger. It makes you want to book a trip over to tour a NewStyle Communities neighborhood, doesn’t it? We’ll be waiting with a smile and your passport to maintenance-free bliss.


Don’t Miss the Laurel Creek Summer Concert Event!

NewStyle Communities is thrilled to announce that we will be hosting a fun community-wide event for everyone who lives at Laurel Creek!


Our Summer Concert will take place on Saturday, July 29th from 3:00 to 6:00 pm, at 531 Chalmers Row in the Common Area outside the Augusta Place at Laurel Creek Model Home.


“We wanted to have an event that was open to all Laurel Creek property owners,” said Brock Fankhauser of NewStyle Communities, builder of the Augusta Place neighborhood within Laurel Creek. “We want to bring the entire master planned community together. What better way to do that than with good food and great music!”


The Featured Performers will be rock & roll cover band, Thirsty Horses. Fan-favorite True Pizza Food Truck will be providing food. There will be beer and non-alcoholic drinks, too.


Bring your chairs or blankets and prepare to have plenty of Laurel Creek-style fun under the tent!


The Summer Concert Event is being co-sponsored by real estate developer Warren Norman Company, and mortgage banker Concord Mortgage Group.


If you’re interested in attending, please RSVP by July 21st to Allison at (704) 208-8810 or






How To Quickly Sell Your Home While Building Your New Home


So, you’ve decided that the time is right to make a move towards seeking your forever home or your right-sized home. And you’ve made the choice to build, which brings excitement, anticipation and perhaps a good amount of complexity as you prepare to place your current home on the market. The timing of your home sale and home purchase may not organically line up in an ideal manner. You are, after all, at the mercy of the market. But there are some things you can do to help prepare for a smooth move into your brand-new space and a sweet farewell to your former abode so you don’t find yourself in between a mortgage and a mortgage. You are familiar with the common suggestions for how to beautify and improve the show quality of your home such as amping up the curb appeal, removing clutter and personal items and even professionally staging and photographing your home. Let’s move beyond these worthy tips and take an in-depth look at the multifarious position that is selling while building.

Here are 7 tips to help limit the unwelcomed bumps in your timeline and your budget with just a little preparation and due diligence.

  1. Understand The Market: Being knowledgeable on the market trends for both your current neighborhood and the one in which you are building is a key component of your strategy. Keep abreast of comps and recent sales so you know what to expect when it comes time to discuss pricing your home. If there have been recent improvements to your neighborhood or nearby schools, keep a list of these selling features to provide to your agent and appraiser. A general rule of thumb is that the Spring and Summer months are the optimal time to sell, but if the market favors buyers, is saturated with nearby sellers or is anticipating upcoming shifts, you may choose to alter your timeline.


  1. Know Your Timeline: provides that the median time on the market for a home is 65 days from listing until closing. Variables are guaranteed and you should be prepared for your home to sell quickly or to take longer than expected. Your agent will help advise on the proper time to list considering the build-out time on your new home. If you have opportunity for a quick and favorable sale, or you need the money from your sale for the purchase your new home (affecting your debt-to-income ratio), a short-term rental home may be an avenue to consider. A NewStyle Communities home build-out is approximately 5 months, giving you time to prepare your home for selling, formulate your timeline and to take on the steps below.


  1. Find The Right Agent: When it comes to selecting a real estate professional, it is paramount to lead with your head and not your heart. We all may have a friend or former roommate that has a blossoming new career in Real Estate, but they should not necessarily be your first or even second choice. It is wise to get list prices from several agents, to read reviews and to make certain that your professional has an online presence. Ask your candidates if they are familiar with the positive qualities of your home and your neighborhood. Make certain that they are active on professional and business related social media sites and plan on marketing your property effectively online.


  1. Know Your Builder: Floor plans, design options and build-out times are not the only things you’ll need to know about your builder. The topic of fees should come up early in your budget planning. The type of loan you may be expected to obtain for the build or the fees that will show up throughout the process need to be discussed. Some builders ask for a deposit to begin your build, more at the design consultation and even more as various milestones are met within the process. Your meeting with a NewStyle Communities team member will have you counting only on one finger and resting easy. We obtain a one-time deposit fee to begin your build and nothing else until your closing. NewStyle bears the burden of the construction loan as well so you are ensured to not encounter any unknown money hassles.


  1. Get Friendly With Your Bank: Your mortgage professional will become your intimate friend as you divulge the ins and outs of your financial footing. You will need to know your options for loans, especially if you are still paying an active mortgage for your current home. To find out which loans you quality for without obtaining the equity from your home sale, your lender will need to take a look at your debt-to-income ratio. Most people can’t afford to pay for two mortgages at the same time or buy a home with cash, but there are several types of loans that help you cover the costs of purchasing a home while you are still paying the mortgage on your old one. Ask your lender about a home equity line of credit (HELOC) or the helpful but somewhat difficult to obtain bridge loan to help you through this short-term state.


  1. Prepare For Your Appraisal: There are easy ways to improve the appraisal value for your home that will not break the bank or surpass the layman’s home improvement skill set. For all of those professional repairs and improvements you’ve done throughout the years, here’s the time to let them shine. gives the following helpful tips:
  • Unmade beds or a few dirty dishes won’t affect your value, but plaster cracks, water-stained walls, soiled carpeting, pests, or persistent odors might. Patch the walls and do other touch up work to put your best face forward.
  • Appraisers often value houses in $500 increments, so if there’s a repair over $500 that can or should be made, do it. Fix leaky faucets, broken windows and cracked ceilings.
  • Check your curb appeal. Overgrown landscaping and broken garage doors will work against you and your appraisal—especially if property values have declined in the neighborhood. Take the time to make the outside of your home look welcoming, like someplace you’d want to buy or visit.
  • Itemize your improvements. Jot down the repairs and updates you’ve made over the years, when you did them and how much they cost. Remember the items that an appraiser might not notice, like a new roof or insulation—and even minor items like a new kitchen sink count too. Please note that improvements do not represent a dollar for dollar increase in value, but every little bit helps!
  • Display your neighborhood pride. If there have been positive changes to your neighborhood—like new schools or new roads—let the appraiser know.
  • Don’t show your age. The newer your home appearsto be—regardless of its actual age—the better. Bring carpet, tile, windows and other permanent fixtures into the  21st century.

  1. Prepare For Your Inspection:The last thing you’ll want to deal with when it is inspection time and you’ve finally arrived at some offers are unsightly or overlooked issues that may cost you time or money. Lisa Edgington Zederbaum of Willow Oak Realtors in Charlotte gives these tips that are proven to ease you past common snags in the inspection process:
  • Clean out the gutters. Full gutters cause problematic water drainage and because of close proximity to the foundation, water damage to the crawl space or foundation itself often ensues. It’s an easy fix.
  • Make sure bushes are cut back away from house to further prevent moisture from collecting on the outside of the home. The recommended barrier for landscaping is 1 to 1.5 feet away from exterior walls.
  • Tighten up. Ensure that toilets are affixed tightly on the floor and tighten any loose electrical receptacles (plug covers) around the house. I see these on almost every inspection report!

Although selling factors and other uncertainties may cause you to adjust your plan, we at NewStyle Communities work to the best of our abilities to make sure you have confidence in us as your builder. We understand that when it comes to building your new home, there are necessary provisions and actions that can play a mean game of Badminton with your wallet and your emotions. Our vision at NewStyle Communities is to provide our active adult residents with a quality, maintenance-free lifestyle in a superb and convenient location. Soon, the stresses of your move will evaporate into the enjoyment of your welcoming community and your newly acquired time. Age targeted building is exactly what we do and it is all that we do, so we are equipped to help you as you move from your well-loved home into the forever home you’ve earned.

Greenville, SC one of the fastest-growing cities in the US! recently published a story, “America Goes South, in a Good Way”, that followed an interesting trend in the United States. 10 of the 15 fastest-growing cities are located in the South – and Greenville, SC is ranked #4. While the country’s growth rate is around 0.7%. Greenville’s growth rate is 5.8%!


Here at NewStyle Communities, that comes as no surprise. Nestled into the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Greenville combines traditional southern charm, and stunning natural beauty with an unexpectedly contemporary coolness. It’s just one of the many reasons we chose to build our Villas at Carriage Hills / Villas of West Georgia community in nearby Simpsonville.


Greenville is home to great museums, scenic parks, attractions and activities, providing residents with plenty of lifestyle activities. The city has a flourishing and revitalized downtown filled with boutiques, galleries and shops. Whether its visiting the Greenville County Museum of Art, which is one of the top museums in the U.S. or taking the family to the Greenville Zoo which lets you see rare animals, there is something to do for everyone.


Much of the growth in the city is due to steady investing in infrastructure, such as a new city park planned west of downtown, and has seen surpluses in tax revenues that will be set aside to accommodate further growth in population.


The Villas at Carriage Hills and West Georgia feature a quaint and intimate streetscape, including charming design elements and high-quality construction. The homes are energy-efficient and low maintenance, so upkeep is a breeze. And the picturesque, all-brick exteriors help create a distinctive setting that is one-of-a-kind for the residents of Greenville.


Between the quaint shops and restaurants, and the proximity to Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport, not to mention the maintenance-free lifestyle, living at the Villas at Carriage Hills / Villas of West Georgia is absolutely the easiest decision you’ll ever make.



What Does It Mean to Right-Size Your Home?

Your life has been a constant evolution of new ambitions, priorities and interests that have all lead you to where you are today. You’ve worked hard to get here, and now, maybe for the first time ever, it’s time to put yourself first. You find yourself with an empty nest and a future full of possibilities. So what will your next chapter be?


Right-sizing is choosing to live life more fully in a home and community that fits your needs and desires… just right. If you find yourself relating to more than one of the following tid-bits, then it may be time to consider right-sizing your home!


Your Kids are Gone.
Your family of four, five, six… is down to two. The home that once was full of hustle and bustle is now left feeling a little empty and unused. When they moved out, so did most of their belongings, leaving you with extra space you don’t really need, but are still paying for. A home that maximizes your investment with everything you need to live the way you want every day is the solution.   Just the right-sized home allows you to make better use of your space and live more comfortably.


You Want Less Maintenance

That large backyard couldn’t have been a more perfect place for the kids to grow 

up; swinging on the swings you built, running through the sprinkler you set up and playing fetch with the family dog. Now, the yard gets used a lot less, but the maintenance remains the same. You’re spending your time mulching in the spring, mowing in the summer, raking in the fall and shoveling in the winter; just like you always have. But now, it’s time to let someone else do the work, while you still enjoy a yard that makes being outside and staying active easy.


You Have Different Needs of Your Home

You chose your current home based on certain needs and circumstances at the time. It’s helped your family create wonderful memories over the years, but you’ve grown and changed, and the functionality of your home hasn’t. Why travel up three flights of stairs to get to your master bedroom, or clean a large basement that no one uses? You’re ready for a home that’s designed exactly how you plan to use it; whether it be hosting in your fabulous entertaining area or reading by your cozy outdoor fireplace. Make your home work for you.


Your Priorities Have Changed

The days of rushing between soccer practices, art exhibitions and theaters performances are over, and you have new priorities. At this point in your life, you want (and deserve!) the time and convenience to do the activities that matter to you. You no longer have to focus on the local schools or your work commute, you value walkability, a sense of community and connecting with neighbors and friends. You need a neighborhood filled with similar minded people and the right amenities in a premier location to do the things you love to do.


You’re Craving Something New

This time of your life is all about YOU, and you’ve earned it! You’re ready for an adventure; a new stage of life where every day is something different or a walk through beautiful nature preserves and a swim in the clubhouse pool is simply part of your morning routine. The possibilities are endless, so it’s time to start exploring what will make your next phase the best one yet. Find a community that’s unlike any other; where discovering new hobbies and making new friends part of your every day.

If any of these things describe how you’re feeling in your current home, why not take a look at the opportunities that await in a NewStyle Community? Contact us to learn more about right-sizing in a new home, and which of our communities is the perfect place for you to start your next chapter!