D.C.-Area Active Adult Communities Feature Multigenerational Neighbors
Active adult communities, those traditionally restricted to residents older than 55-years-old, are a common feature in many cities. However, these communities seem to be changing with the added benefit of multigenerational neighborhoods, the Washington Post reported.
One such neighborhood sits in Anne Arundel County in Maryland. What began strictly as an active adult community, Two Rivers added a neighborhood open to all ages in the development.
Homes in the active adult community at Two Rivers start in the $300,000s. Amenities include a dog park, community garden, fitness center with a yoga studio, a game room, and a cyber cafe.
In Prince William County in Virginia, Toll Brothers’ Dominion Valley has positioned an active adult community within its multigenerational development. Homes there are priced starting at just over $315,000. Amenities include tennis and golf courses, a clubhouse, fitness center, and indoor spa.
The Washington Post report also mentions that Del Webb’s Terramor community in Riverside County, California — which is already home to two active adult communities — recently welcomed two all-age neighborhoods.