Auburn Alabama Retirement

Auburn Alabama in east central Alabama is home to the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail’s challenging Grand National Course, and has a lot to offer anyone searching for the ideal retirement destination.

According to US News and World Report, Auburn Alabama is the number one retirement spot in the US for golf enthusiasts.

Located just 90 minutes from Atlanta, Auburn offers retirees an abundance of outdoor adventures as well as cultural and athletic activities. This down-home Dixie college town is serious about its football Saturdays where the city turns into the fifth most populous in Alabama when the Tigers have home games.

The climate is moderate with an average January temperature of 48° F and the average temperature in July of 80° F. The annual precipitation is 53.69 inches per year.

There are several great retirement communities in Auburn. Monarch Estates, at the edge of the Appalachian foothills in Auburn, is within minutes of Colonial Mall, Indian Pines and Rolling Hills golf courses. This is one of 300 developments owned by Holiday Retirement. With the monthly rental of one of these condominiums, you get:

• Three chef-prepared meals served daily

• Paid cable TV and all utilities (except telephone)

• Full calendar of social activities, outings and special events

• Live-in managers available anytime of the day or night

• Scheduled local transportation to shopping and appointments

• Weekly housekeeping and linen service

• No buy-in fees, hidden costs, or long-term leases

• Small pets are welcome

There are studio, and one and two-bedroom suites that include individually controlled heating and air conditioning, Kitchenette with sink, cupboards, and refrigerator with freezer as well as an Emergency response system that is monitored around-the-clock. For more information, visit their website at Monarch Estates

If you are looking for a gated community, Hamilton Gables offers luxury ranch condominiums in an active adult community. It is Convenient to Chewalcala State Park, Auburn University and Lake Harding. Retirees can choose from either two or three-bedroom models, each with spacious, well-equipped kitchens, luxurious owner suites, and a 2-car garage with a private patio. These luxury homes feature lush landscaping, an impressive clubhouse, complete with pool, a fully equipped exercise facility, and an activities director. The homes feature a European Country exterior design of stone with brick accents. For more information visit their website Hamilton Gables.

So, if Auburn Alabama tops your list of "Best Places To Retire", then these are just a few of the many retirement communities in Auburn Alabama to choose from. Just make sure that you do your homework and be sure to visit the place that you would like to call home for your golden years at least twice. Once in the summer and then again in the winter to make sure that it is the right place for you to retire.

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