Aiken, South Carolina has been honored with many titles. The city received the All-American Award in 1997 by the Civic National League and now Where to Retire magazine has selected Aiken, South Carolina as a top retirement destination. Aiken was profiled in the November/December issue, available nationwide October 14, 2014.
The magazine points to the many pleasing attributes to living in Aiken. “Beloved for its mild weather, Aiken also draws retirees who have a passion for horses and courses,” says Where to Retire Editor, Annette Fuller.
She added, “Equestrian facilities, trails and sports are top-notch in the area, and the Augusta National is only 20 miles away. A new performing arts program hosts a variety of shows, and the University of South Carolina Aiken offers continuing-education courses and opportunities. Downtown Aiken has a mix of tourists and locals browsing the shops, enjoying a meal or even taking a history tour of the city.”
With all these available activities and opportunities, it is no wonder Aiken was selected as a Top Retirement Destination. Retirees today are looking to pursue hobbies, recreational sports such as golf, fishing, and hiking, and social events. They are also looking for a mild climate, a low cost of living, a growing economy, and quality health care facilities. Aiken has all this and more, making the city a retirees dream. And for those who love to explore, historical downtown Aiken offers a plethora of shops, restaurants, and points of interest.
Where to Retire has been helping its readers find the ideal place to retire since 1992. The magazine is published six times a year and covers the best retirement regions, towns, and communities in the United States.
If you or someone you know is looking for a Top Retirement Destination to relocate to, Prudential Beazley Real Estate represents a few communities in Aiken, South Carolina. One such neighborhood is the beautiful Retreat at Storm Branch.
Come explore the splendor of estate style living at The Retreat at Storm Branch.
For retirees who are looking for a place to relax and get away from it all, this is the neighborhood for them. The homes at The Retreat at Storm branch are built with open floor plans that are both comfortable and accessible. Their large lots offer privacy from neighbors as well as surrounding nature. And because the weather in Aiken is mild throughout the year, there are many opportunities for relaxing in the backyard or throwing bbq’s.
We have often heard from residents that the reason they decided to move to The Retreat at Storm Branch was the atmosphere. Aiken is a slow paced, family-friendly community that boasts an exquisite equestrian landscape. Boyd Park is nearby for those who love walking trails and fishing and there is always something going on around town.
These homes were built with luxury and sophistication in mind.
This year The Retreat opened a brand new phase which includes 21 new lots.
Minutes away from The Retreat are conveniences such as shopping, restaurants, and entertainment. But residents don’t even have to leave their neighborhood to find something to do. This year The Retreat opened a brand new phase which includes 21 new lots.
You will feel the difference as soon as you drive past the entrance waterfall and tree lined streets.
Both one and two story homes are available at the Retreat at Storm Branch as well as a wide variety of floor plans. Stop by for a visit any day to see why this neighborhood is the ultimate retreat.
For more information about homes available at The Retreat at Storm Branch, please contact Prudential Beazley Real Estate at 706-863-1775.