The 10 Prettiest Places to Retire in the Carolinas Announced by Topretirements.com
The Carolinas are increasingly one of the most popular areas for baby boomer retirement. This new list of its prettiest retirement cities can help narrow down the possibilities.
KEY WEST, Fla. - April 16, 2019 - PRLog -- Baby boomers are heading in droves to the Carolinas for retirement, attracted by warmer winters and easier lifestyles. But with so many attractive towns on the coast, in the Piedmont, and in the western mountains - choosing where to retire there is an interesting challenge.
To help, here is the Topretirements.com list of its choices for the "10 Prettiest Retirement Towns in the Carolinas", starting with North Carolina:
1. Asheville, NC The downtown of this bustling small city, framed by views of the Blue Ridge mountains, is bursting with cafes, restaurants, and art deco buildings,
2. Southport, NC. It was an active seaport in colonial times and remains a fishing village today. It's been the backdrop for any number of TV shows and movies, including Dawson's Creek.
3. New Bern, NC. New Bern is walkable and charming. The old city's parks and old homes would give any retiree the itch to move here.
4. Highlands, NC. Set high in the Appalachian Mountains, this small town set high on a plateau has beautiful shops and restaurants catering to an elegant crowd.
5. Pinehurst Village, NC. Famous for its beautiful golf courses, the Village set among the pines exudes an elegant and simple charm.
6. Charleston, SC. "The Holy City" is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful cities in the U.S.
7. Greenville, SC.This small city has one of the most beautiful town centers anywhere, accented by a giant waterfall and nature trails at its center.
8. Clemson, SC. Home to the powerhouse university of the same name, Clemson is in one of the prettiest parts of the State. Nearby Lake Keowee and the Blue Ridge Mountains provide retiree fun.
9. Beaufort, SC. The old South lives on in this town's quaint seaside charm near Hilton Head.
10. McClellanville, SC. This tiny collection of towns on the Atlantic Coast was famous for its shrimping, oystering, and fishing.
Here is a link to "Prettiest Retirement Towns in the Carolinas" with more details.
Hundreds of thousands of baby boomers rely on this popular website to find their best place to retire, plus practical guidance on retirement issues like when to take Social Security or the Best States to Retire.
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