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    Active Adult Communities (Homes For Sale)

    The active adult category includes homes, condominiums, and townhomes typically sold as deeded real estate for independent living.

    Often Active adult homes are referred to as villas, patio homes, carriage homes or townhomes.

    If you're retired or preparing for retirement, this is a great way to enjoy your free time with travel and recreation rather than on household chores and maintenance.

    Active Adult Communities Are Your Style If …

    You're ready for a maintenance-free living experience. You've earned it, right?

    These homes, condominiums and townhomes are a great way to enjoy deeded real estate with the convenience of a low-maintenance lifestyle and, in some cases, the comfort of age-restricted, 55+ communities.

    Leave the yard work and home repairs to someone else; these villa homes and patio homes are just for living.

    Things To Consider When Purchasing

    • How is the maintenance staff? You want one that is both capable and prompt.
    • What do you think of the other residents? Make sure they seem like your kind of people. You are going to be neighbors, after all.
    • Are there fun activities posted? You don't want to get bored.
    • What are the monthly fees for maintenance and upkeep?

    Introduction to Dayton, Ohio and Surrounding Areas

    Dayton, Ohio is known as the birthplace of aviation because it was once home to Wilbur and Orville Wright, the inventors of powered flight. With a population of 166,000, Dayton is also the home of research, industrial, and aerospace businesses that have resulted in a number of technical innovations over the years. Dayton is known as the Gem City, and its surrounding metropolitan area includes communities like Vandalia, Trotwood, Kettering, Centerville, and Beavercreek. It is located just north of Cincinnati in the Miami Valley. The city has much to offer, including sports facilities, shopping, restaurants, spacious parks, a busy downtown district, a thriving arts community, and many historical sites.

    Dayton Culture

    Dayton has many cultural offerings that include all types of art and performance such as music, dance, theater, and visual arts. Organizations such as the Dayton Ballet and the Dayton Art Institute have helped Dayton gain a reputation as a destination for entertainment and culture. Dayton's art centers and museums include the Benjamin and Marina Schuster Performing Arts Center, the Dayton Art Institute, and the Dayton Cultural Center. Brookville Community Theatre presents many different types of performances such as comedies and musicals. An organization called CITYFOLK presents a range of ethnic and traditional musical and dance performances. Culture Works, a cultural development organization, supports the arts in Dayton through community funding.

    Dayton Sports and Leisure

    The University of Dayton Arena is the place to see the University of Dayton Flyers basketball teams play. The Hara Arena and the Nutter Center both feature many different types of sporting events. The Nutter Center hosts Wright State University athletics as well as the Dayton Bombers ECHL hockey team. The Dayton Dragons, a minor league baseball team, can be see playing at Fifth Third Field. Dayton also is home to the Dayton Fangs, an amateur women's ice hockey team. The newest addition to Dayton's sporting activities is the Gem City Rollergirls, a women's roller derby league.

    Dayton Outdoors

    The outdoors are a big part of life in and around Dayton. MetroPark offers an outdoor adventure program called Five Rivers Outdoors, which features canoeing, kayaking, backpacking, rock climbing, fly fishing, cycling, and more. There are many exciting outdoor destinations near the city of Dayton. Many programs offer safe, careful, and fun instruction in a variety of outdoor activities. The Dayton area has great rivers, cycling trails, hiking paths, and fishing spots to explore year round.

    Dayton at Night

    Nightlife in Dayton is exciting and varied. There are many options for places to explore for nighttime fun and socializing. The Ballet Barre is a club for young professionals who like to dance and have fun. Many local jazz artists perform in the downtown area. Blue Moon Bistro has 3 course dinners to enjoy by candlelight. If 3 bars, a large dance floor, amazing light shows, a booming sound system, and an upstairs lounge is what you're looking for, try Hammerjax downtown. Murray's Place has karaoke twice a week, and the Vue Ultra Lounge has 11 plasma screen TVs and a private "women's only" bar.

    Discovering Dayton

    America is discovering Columbus: the city ranked #8 by BestJobsUSA.com on their 2002 list of the Best Places to Live and Work in America; #21 by Forbes on their 2004 list of the Best Cities For Singles; #15 by Ladies Home Journal on their list of the Best Cities for Women.