Category: Independent Living
“A good home must be made, not bought.” – Joyce Maynard, novelist and journalist
One of the most fun parts about moving to a senior living community is transforming a blank slate into your new, modern home. Each part of your house (the layout, the colors, the floors, the kitchen, the furniture) comes together to create a quiet, peaceful and private place just for you. Springmoor offers many home customization options, and you can select and customize each aspect to your liking. When you move in, you’ll have an efficient home that meets each of your wants and needs.Continue reading →
Charlene Young and her husband, William, are an active, happy couple from South Carolina, and they’ve been residents of Springmoor for nearly two and a half years. When the Youngs decided—with the help of their family—that it was time to move to a retirement community, they looked for a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) in Raleigh, North Carolina, where they could be closer to family in the area. Also, because Charlene’s sister-in-law had lived at Springmoor during her retirement, the community was high on their list of places to tour.Continue reading →
After 40 years in New Jersey, Emily Brown moved south to Raleigh, North Carolina. She had been living in Raleigh for 13 years when she decided to become a Springmoor resident in late 2017. One of the reasons she enjoys living at Springmoor is the multitude of amenities and activities offered in our community. Springmoor recently refurbished a space into the dedicated Meraki Arts Studio, and Emily has been taking advantage of the creative outlet the art studio provides. Continue reading →
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 →