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That old Western feel can make Texas feel like one big adventure

To many, the notion of living in the ‘Wild West” is romantic and picturesque. And for many starting their next stage in life, this vista is easily within reach by moving to retirement communities in Austin, Texas, and surrounding areas.

The vast and beautiful landscape of the Lone Star state is as idyllic as it is unique. During the high summer, the Texas Hill Country region boasts a lush countryside with rolling hills and beautiful wildflowers, according to AARP.org. In Austin, retirees can find fine dining and a vibrant night life that echoes with rich and diverse cultural influences.

The temperatures are sure to be favorable if you're looking for a lot of sunshine - the news source states that there is an average number of 226 sunny days in the region each year.
Del Webb's Sun City Texas looks out over the majestic countryside of this area, but is also close enough for residents who want to enjoy the excitement of Austin.

The new and highly anticipated Del Webb Sweetgrass near Houston provides unparalleled access to the quaint and historic downtown center of Richmond, Texas, and 500 expansive acres for retirees to enjoy at their leisure.

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