How a nationwide search led Ellen and Michael to Springmoor
For the past 15 years and until this past June, Ellen and Michael Rogers lived in Eugene, OR, home of the University of Oregon. When Ellen retired from her work at the university, the pair moved across the country to Springmoor – a move that was years in the making.
A few years ago, the two decided that when the time came, they wanted to relocate to a CCRC (Continuing Care Retirement Community), and Eugene had none. So, Michael embarked on a nationwide digital search for the perfect place to retire, and it had to be a CCRC. The pair eliminated a few regions right away – the cost of California, the cold of the Northeast, the heat of the deep South, the crowds of major cities – and then discovered that the Raleigh, NC area was home to several CCRCs. After looking into Raleigh further, they made their choice on a general location as a start. Continue reading →
If you are looking for independent living in Raleigh, NC, consider Springmoor. This warm and welcoming community features a variety of residences, services and amenities to support your busy, eventful life, and it offers a secure future that you can feel confident in. Springmoor’s continuum of care means living with assurance, knowing you have the access you want to healthcare services if you ever need them.
Independent living in Raleigh gives you the freedom to maintain your active lifestyle and to take advantage of everything the city has to offer, while you can also enjoy the natural beauty of the Springmoor campus at home. The campus grounds are home to mature trees, flower beds, green grass and much more.
Many individuals of a certain age begin to research 55+ communities, which are also known as “active adult communities” or “independent living communities.” We believe that you need to look beyond 55+ communities in Raleigh, NC.
Many different 55+ communities are in the area, and their quality can vary a great deal. Many offer a cluster of amenities, but they can’t provide tenants with the same peace of mind that residents of Springmoor enjoy.
Like many 55+ communities in Raleigh, NC, the active and independent lifestyle at Springmoor offers you many advantages over staying in a house that no longer suits your needs. You can enjoy amenities like an indoor heated pool, exquisite dining and fun activities that are all a brief walk from your villa or apartment door. Getting together with friends to enjoy golf or a couple of hands of bridge is easy with so many like-minded neighbors nearby. Continue reading →
What’s on your calendar this fall? The Triangle region has a big city feel with oodles of Southern charm. It’s a city where modern meets historic. There is so much to do and so many things to see that you will need to stay a few weeks to explore every corner of the region. Combined, the Research Triangle area (Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill) has a population of over two million. Springmoor residents have chosen to live in the city because of family, friends, universities or careers. Many have come for a visit and stayed because of the wide variety of cultural activities, restaurants, museums, festivals, parks and sports.
We invite you to come for a visit this fall and check out our Things To Do List! Continue reading →
There was a table for four with one empty seat when Sandy walked into the Rightsizing Marketing Event at Springmoor. She was in the early stages of her search for a new home in Raleigh. Marilyn was seated at the table and invited Sandy to join them in the empty chair. The introductions were made and the two became fast friends during the meeting. Continue reading →
“Puzzling is a wonderful way to get to know your neighbors and meet new people. We are fortunate to puzzle at an entrance area with people coming and going all day.” Eunice, a Springmoor Puzzler, says everyone loves to stop, take a peek and join the conversation. “There’s always lots of laughter at our table,” says Judy Beal.
Judy and Eunice are among the many residents at Springmoor who enjoy puzzling. On almost every floor of every wing, there is a puzzle table with a 500 – 2000 piece puzzle in the works. Friends and family often give residents new puzzles for their floor. Residents purchase a few and they are often traded from floor to floor. After the Creedmoor puzzlers finished Robert Silvers’ Photomosaics, they challenged North Village to see how quickly they could complete the puzzle. Continue reading →