Port St Lucie, FL (PRWEB) October 26, 2011
Ask the residents at PGA Village Verano and they will tell you they think the Treasure Coast is one of the best places to retire in Florida for their present or future retirement, hitting all the key buttons for this successful and interesting time of their lives. There are many reasons why the Treasure Coast is selected by so many as the place to retire.
First, of course is PGA Village Verano itself, a gated community with a variety of homes, all designed for enjoyable living, with sought-after details and located on the best Port St. Lucie Real Estate. Then, there is peace of mind—the homes are built by the nationally recognized Kolter Homes, a company that has been known for quality and innovative floor plans for decades.
PGA Village Verano residents love the amenities at their community. High on the list is the proximity of their next door neighbor, PGA Golf Club, with three challenging golf courses, the PGA Center for Golf Learning and Performance, and the PGA Museum of Golf. Then, there are the activities centered around the Verano clubhouse, the Har-Tru tennis courts, two swimming pools—one an outdoor resort pool and the other an indoor lap pool—plus the state-of-the-art fitness center, bocce court, and half court basketball area.
Step outside PGA Village Verano into the Treasure Coast itself, and it is apparent that the third reason to love living in this area is right around the corner. There’s ample shopping, from The Farmer’s Market to intimate shops in nearby Stuart, to the upscale Gardens Mall in Palm Beach Gardens.
There are indoor activities for everyone who lives on the Treasure Coast. The Sunrise Theatre, the Lyric Theatre and the Barn Theatre, all within 20 minutes of PGA Village Verano, have a broad selection of live music, popular and innovate plays, celebrity acts, dance (like Michael Flatley’s “Lord of the Dance”) and even specialty acts that bring back the memories of the great Elvis Presley.
Of course indoors also means museums such as the unique National Navy UDT-SEAL Museum on Hutchison Island as well as the St. Lucie County Regional History Center. But there’s no denying that the Treasure Coast’s popularity for many is outdoors.
Fishing, both in the Intracoastal Waterway and deep sea fishing in the Atlantic Ocean top the outdoor activities. Boating is neck and neck in popularity for those who live on the Treasure Coast. It ranges from kayaking along the St. Lucie River or the “wild and scenic” Loxahatchee River in the Stuart/Jupiter area to paddle boarding, jet skiing, crew and individual rowing in sleek skiffs, motor boating, yachting and sailing.
The empty nester and retirement lifestyle is filled with activities, interesting friends, the beautiful Port St. Lucie Homes For Sale and excitement. It is a lifestyle that only the Treasure Coast can offer.
For more information about PGA Village Verano, visit http://www.cresswind.com/communities/PGAverano or call 772-345-5041. For an overview of the events and attractions along the Treasure Coast try VisitSTLucieFla.com.