If you’re looking to retire in a community flourishing with state-of-the-art medical facilities, beautiful golf courses, lovely parks, friendly neighborhoods, and a thriving arts community, then look no further as the Brazos Valley is your dream destination! Home of Texas A&M University, Aggieland is attracting retirees to, or back to, the continually growing Bryan College Station area! With campus life and sporting events in the heart of College Station, the active and historic downtown in Bryan, there is plenty of opportunity for retirees to relax and have peace of mind in Bryan and College Station.
Living the Good Life
With three excellent golf course communities, golfing retirees can enjoy luxurious courses throughout the area. Living in Bryan’s Traditions or Miramont premier neighborhoods, or College Station’s outstanding Pebble Creek neighborhood, will give residents access to the country clubs found at each neighborhood featuring their own 18-hole championship golf courses. Professional performances of theatre, music and dance are plentiful in the Brazos Valley as MSC OPAS enters it’s 46th year. Performance take place year around at the Memorial Student Center on the Texas A&M campus. If live sporting events are your thing, then you will be living in your dream community. Texas A&M competes in football, basketball, baseball, track, soccer, volleyball, softball, golf, tennis and swimming. All of which are within a 10 minute drive of any neighborhood in the community. The area is also home to the Texas World Speedway perfect for racing fans, and several equestrian facilities.
Live Close to Amenities and Important Services
The area also boasts four quality medical centers, making Brazos Valley a leading medical corridor: Baylor Scott & White Medical Center, CHI St. Joseph Health Regional Hospital, the College Station Medical Center, and the Physicians Centre Hospital call this area home. In addition to the wonderful neighborhoods in Aggieland, there are several exceptional and elegant senior and independent living communities in the area, including the Langford at College Station, Watercrest at Bryan, the Parc at Traditions, Bluebonnet Place, and Crestview Retirement Community.
The city of College Station has seen the active senior population boom in the last decade, with the College Station Senior Services sponsoring more and more free, and paid, events at the area’s community centers to fit all interests. The Southwood Community Center and Lincoln Recreation Center offers regular games, history lectures, nutrition and fitness programs, and activities ranging from dominoes to yoga to walking groups for the senior populations.
In addition to the aforementioned retiree amenities, the Brazos Valley is continuing to appeal to these populations due to the geographical location between many of the state’s metropolitan areas coupled with the area’s low housing costs and increasing real estate values, low taxes and crime rates, and a warm, pleasant climate. Brazos Valley presents retirees the ability to stay active close to home with everything they’re looking for, from golfing and entertainment, abundant recreation and gorgeous natural scenery, to plentiful dining and culture opportunities.
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