Hello friends, and welcome to another installment of “Road Trip to Retirement” Hubby and I drove to the Four Seasons, an Active Adult Living Community on Bayview Road in Middletown, Delaware.
The first home we toured was the Martinique, which is a 2-3 bedroom, 2-3 bathroom model and at the time of this post starts at $336,400. As you can see from this picture, the kitchen is beautiful, open and airy.
The second model we toured was the Ambassador, a 3 bedroom, 2 bath home, starting at $286,400, Our salesperson Eban Pinto, was great in providing all the information about the builder’s history, the homes and community as well as the standards and upgrades available for each model.
After we toured the three models at the Four Seasons we returned to the car only to find that it wouldn’t start, which was embarrassing especially since this was a “road trip”.
Anywho, while waiting for the AAA repair truck I went back inside each model to give you a better view of each.
The Four Seasons by K. Hovnanian’s is definitely a lovely Active Adult Community in Middletown, and there are many models in which to choose from. I also loved the resort-like pool and clubhouse amenities.
Did you watch the video? Which was your favorite model and what did you think about the Marina Club?
If you missed the first Road Trip to Retirement, click here to read the post and watch the video.
Our life long dream…work for about 30 years, pay off the mortgage, get the kids through college then retire and start enjoying life traveling around the world.
Not once were the words “you have cancer” part of thatdream. Oh, it’s a phrase and a harsh reality that I’ve heard too many times from too many family members, however, I never thought I would be hearing it about my own spouse.
Approximately 2 months after hubby signed his retirement papers, he was diagnosed with small intestinal cancer, the surgery and recovery came and went before his official retirement date of July 1.
Now with a new reality mixed in with that dream, we are on a mission to downsize our home, and move into a no-shoveling or lawn/pool maintenance 55+ community so let the ride begin!
You are cordially invited to tag along, so hop in, buckle up and let’s get started on these Road Trips to Retirement…you never know, we just might become neighbors!
As a Boomer who Blogs with a Millennial Mind, it only seemed natural to not only blog about but to also vlog about our adventures in finding a new home in a 55+ community. We want to begin this journey in the state of Delaware for several reasons. First of all, I am not 55, so my retirement date is still a few years off and secondly our oldest son, who is intellectually disabled may be living with us for several more years. He loves his school, job and the benefits he receives in Delaware which are probably much better than those in other states.
Our youngest, currently a sophomore at Bowie State University is loving school and doing well, but I can see him returning home after graduation just long enough to save up enough to have a good financial foundation before he starts on his life’s journey.
Last Saturday hubby and I drove to New York to attend a graduation party for my best friend’s daughter. Prior to returning the rental car, we decided to take a Sunday cruise and check out the new 55+ community by Blenheim Homes, The Ponds at Bayberry, so this is where our adventure begins.
We toured several of the homes, 3 were fully staged and 2 were Quick Delivery models. This particular model, The Loren had an awesome layout, unfortunately it was also a two story and we are avoiding steps all all costs, however, Tayair would love it #Eagle’s Territory!
Now I want you to take a quick video tour of The Cooper, The Loren and The Tracey models then leave me a comment below as to which one you liked the best.
Wait until you see which one I chose…I could actually see myself sipping Sangrias in the Sunroom!
The Ponds at Bayberry is a 55 and Better Active Adult Community centrally located for travel and shopping in an exclusive country setting, offering 389 single family detached ranch homes with a variety of social and community amenities. Tree line streets, walking trails and shortened neighborhood blocks. We are looking forward to coming back for a visit once the Resort like amenities are built.