Retirement Communities in Raleigh
The Raleigh area features great weather year-round, convenient access to North Carolina's beautiful beaches, and a variety of art venues like the North Carolina Symphony and Durham Performing Arts Center. Senior living in this region is easy and enjoyable when you build a new home with Del Webb. The homes in our Raleigh retirement communities offer thoughtfully-designed floor plans and Smart Home features. Live in a paradise with four distinct seasons with our Raleigh 55+ communities.
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Located in charming Wake Forest, Del Webb at Traditions offers ranch new homes and an unmatched lifestyle, perfect for the active adult buyer.
$313,900 - $375,900
Ideally located near NC 55 and US 401, Carolina Gardens is coming soon to Fuquay-Varina with amenities and a lifestyle specifically designed for active adults 55 and greater.
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Raleigh weather is characterized by four distinct seasons, from warm summers to cool winters. During the warmer months of the year, our new home construction is an easy drive from a variety of fun outdoor activities, including the scenic peaks of the Blue Ridge Mountains and the sandy shores of the Outer Banks. If you're in the mood for hiking, you can take a trip to Umstead State Park, or you can tee off at one of the premier Raleigh golf courses such as the Lonnie Poole Golf Course or Wakefield Plantation. Whatever your idea of fun, you'll have no trouble staying active while living in one of our new homes.
From one of our new homes for sale, you'll have convenient access to world-class museums, including the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences. Raleigh also features a vibrant cultural community with a variety of exciting performance centers. You can visit the Carolina Ballet to enjoy a breathtaking dance performance or see an off-Broadway show at the Durham Performing Arts Center. Raleigh is also a great place for professional and college sports fans. Duke University, North Carolina State, and UNC-Chapel Hill are all nearby, and the city is also home to the Carolina Hurricanes, a professional hockey franchise.