Alabama independent living communities are great for seniors who prefer warmer climates with quiet country living. Alabama is one of the top states for independent living facilities, and this is due partly to the state’s mild winters and low crime rate, plus its affordable living costs. Alabama also offers geographic diversity to seniors choosing an independent living community, for one can find senior independent living facilities on the warm beaches of the Gulf Shore, or choose a retirement home situated in the picturesque mountains located in north Alabama. One can also enjoy a small town atmosphere, and Alabama has many lakes where seniors can enjoy a relaxing day of fishing or a weekend trip.
For Southern hospitality and charm, Alabama independent living communities in Huntsville cannot be beat.
Here, seniors can soak up the country atmosphere of Madison County, while enjoying the convenience of being close to medical care facilities and shopping centers, thanks to the city of Huntsville. Some independent living facilities here are styled similar to resorts, and include swimming pools, fitness areas, libraries, and gorgeous gardens. The independent living community is usually gated, as well, for added security and peace of mind.
Seniors looking for historical charm should consider independent living facilities in Montgomery, which is the state capital. Montgomery is home to the first Governor’s mansion, which also happens to be the first mansion built in the state. In addition, Montgomery is a thriving metropolitan area that offers easy access to shopping, many cultural and artistic attractions, public transportation, and medical centers. Montgomery not only hosts the seventh largest Shakespeare festival in the world, known as the Alabama Shakespeare Festival, but it also houses the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, which is home to an impressive number of art collections.
Seniors looking for a small town pace with Southern country charm will fall in love with Alabama, and it will surely be the ideal place for them to set up home in one of the state’s independent living communities. For more information on what an Alabama retirement community has to offer, click below.