Lincoln Hills 55+

Buying a new home is about more than just a building. After retirement, the things you want out of life are different, and it is important to make sure that where you live – your community – is going to be able to give you what you need. So, what are the benefits of living in a community? Let’s take a look at a few.


After you have devoted much of your adult life to family and career, it is perfectly natural to want to experience the things that may have been put on hold. Now you have the freedom to explore the hobbies, pastimes, and destinations you always wanted. As a resident of a Del Webb community, you have the freedom to enjoy rich life experiences with new friends and neighbors in an inviting, vibrant neighborhood.


At a certain point in our lives, making new friends isn’t quite the way it once was. The good news is that ‘retired’ doesn’t have to mean ‘alone’. Your neighbors become friends, support, and even travel companions. In Del Webb communities, there are always fun and engaging activities, and new friendships being born all the time.


Many communities offer access to a wide variety of activities. From golf, tennis, and pickleball, to book clubs and gardening, there is no reason to let retirement slow you down. Del Webb communities offer social activities to suit any interest and experience level. What better way to find new friends who share your interests and hobbies?