More and more people are choosing to move into senior living communities in and around Charlotte. The city has so much to offer, and with a low cost of living, it means that you get to spend less time worrying about finances and more time enjoying your retirement. But what are some of the specific benefits of retiring in Charlotte, NC? Read on to find out.
Senior Living Communities Near Charlotte, North Carolina
This pet-friendly community in Matthews, NC is just a short distance from Charlotte, and offers plenty of on-campus benefits and amenities.
Tryon Estates is a 215-acre senior retirement campus nestled in the natural beauty of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Points of Interest and Local Landmarks for Charlotte, NC Retirees
Charlotte, North Carolina is one of the fastest growing large cities in the United States. And it’s easy to see why when you check out our interactive map of landmarks and points of interest.
Green Space: The city of Charlotte has so many great parks and green spaces, and many of these parks hold special events and festivals throughout the year.
History and Museums: Charlotte is home to the NASCAR Hall of Fame, Bechtler Museum of Modern Art, Charlotte Nature Museum, and so many other places where you can learn and explore.
Family Friendly Activities: One of Charlottes most popular museum is Discovery Place, an interactive science museum for the whole family. It’s got plenty of great activities for visiting grandchildren.
Get Peace of Mind When You Retire Near Charlotte
Moving into a Charlotte area retirement community means you get healthcare at a fixed rate. Why worry about future medical issues? Check out the video to find out more:
Acts Network of Retirement Communities
Because Acts has retirement communities throughout the United States, Acts community members can visit all 26 of our campuses. That means if you already live in an Acts community, you can enjoy the benefits of another community in Florida, Georgia, Pennsylvania, or anywhere else we are present.
All Acts communities have attained the senior industry’s mark of excellence, having been accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF), an independent accreditor of health and human services organizations.