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Carolina Preserve at Amberly a hiker's delight
There's nothing quite like a relaxing hike through a local park. Not only is a great form of exercise but it is also one of the best ways to experience nature. Homeowners at Carolina Preserve at Amberly have ample opportunity to do so.
Located in Cary, North Carolina, the community is a stone's through away from some of the best hiking areas in the state. In particular, the William B. Umstead State Park has something for everyone, whether you like hiking, biking or simply relaxing for a picnic.
The park, which is situated just in between Cary, Raleigh and Durham, encompasses 5,439 acres that are highlighted by the Piedmont Beech Natural Area, which features a unique collection of maturing stands of beech trees.
Though Umstead State Park is certainly appealing, the community itself has plenty to offer as well. In addition to an expansive fitness center, Carolina Preserve at Amberly is also especially well-suited to golfers thanks to a putting and chipping green as well as partnerships with local courses. Along with golf, homeowners have access a wide variety of clubs and classes including cooking, tennis and dancing.
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Deciding where to retire can be a tough choice to make. There are many locations to choose from, and each state offers its own unique set of benefits. While popular retirement hubs such as Arizona and Florida still attract many adults, Virginia has emerged as one of the best places to move to after leaving the workforce.
The expectations of retirement have changed considerably over the years. Today, adults who have already left the workforce, or those preparing to do so, are often just not content to relax in a retirement community with a warm climate.
Many adults are likely looking forward to relocating after retirement, but some may be hesitant to move due to concerns about the value of their homes.