Windsong PropertiesFlorida isn’t the only state where retirement communities thrive. In fact, according to NBC News, active adults are redefining retirement by choosing to live in other metro areas to be close to family. With affordable housing, tons of recreational activities and, more importantly, many active adult communities to choose from to be closer to family, many are deciding to live in the metro Atlanta area. So much so that Windsong Properties has started construction on a new active adult community in Dallas, Georgia.

“Windsong has built two active adult neighborhoods inside the master plan community of Seven Hills that have sold quickly,” said Carrie Roeger, operations manager for Windsong Properties. “With the building demand for ranch homes in metro Atlanta, it was a great fit to build another active adult neighborhood here.”

Windsong at Seven Hills II will offer a private clubhouse and ranch homes priced from the $200,000s. Homes will boast distinctive three bedroom floor plans with opportunities for flex space and personalization; basement lots are also available. Plans include the Bentley, Monterey and Catalina.

“Windsong’s residents and prospects express their desire to live in metro Atlanta because their focus is spending time with family and experiencing their grandkids as they grow – not just seeing them a couple times a year,” said Heather Fritz, owner of Boomer Marketing and manager of marketing for Windsong. “We appreciate our buyers focus on family and want to build communities that bring families together. Seven Hills is unique with its abundant amenities that are great for entertaining grandkids.”

According to the Urban Land Institute, it’s all about the grandkids. Residents of Windsong at Seven Hills II will love spending time with children at the water park and zero-entry pool, community gardens, tennis courts, clubhouse and walking trails. Shopping and dining are close by and plentiful. Additionally, northern metro Atlanta offers close access to fun mountain and lake amenities like Lake Allatoona, Red Top Mountain and the Blue Ridge Mountains. The community is close to nearby cities and their attractions such as the Tellus Science Museum and the Booth Western Museum in Cartersville and Kennesaw’s civil war history and activities.

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