Best places to retire
Eight Del Webb communities recognized as top 50 places to retire
After carefully reviewing more than 150 retirement communities throughout the country, editors of Where To Retire magazine, a bimonthly publication, have named eight Del Webb neighborhoods in the list of its "50 Best Master-Planned Communities in the United States." In fact, Del Webb communities were listed more frequently than any other 55+ builder.
Those that were listed included Sun City Anthem, Sun City Festival, Sun City Shadow Hills, Del Webb Anthem Ranch, Del Webb Stone Creek and Sun City Peachtree, ranging from communities in California to Colorado to Florida.
The most important factors in the search were amenities. Each winning community had to have a diverse array of clubhouses and activities to ensure that homeowners are never be bored. And, if there's one thing Del Webb neighborhoods are known for, it's the endless choices for residents.
Whether you're looking for a resort-style retirement at Sun City Hilton Head in Bluffton, South Carolina, or the serene calm of the mountain ranges of Sun City Festival, each Del Webb community is built to offer homeowners the latest and greatest in both leisure, work and adventure.
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