What are some of the more economical retirement villages in Florida?


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The Monterey Yacht and Country Club, Kings Isle, Cresswind at Victoria Gardens and Woodfield are some of the most affordable retirement communities in Florida, notes Best Guide Retirement Communities. Indian River Estates West and Heritage Isles Villas are other economical villages in Florida.

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What are some of the more economical retirement villages in Florida?
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On Florida's southeast Treasure Coast, the Monterey Yacht and Country Club is a condominium complex with 51 buildings of 10 units each. Strewn across a nine-hole executive golf course, this age 55 and over community has six ornamental ponds, a pool and a main clubhouse, reports the village's official website.

Kings Isle retirement community is in Port St. Lucie and offers a club house with extensive amenities. As the social and fitness hub of the community, the Royal Club has an arts and crafts center, a fitness center, billiards and a library, notes 55Places.com. Outdoors, residents can enjoy a pool and spa in addition to bocce ball, shuffleboard and tennis courts. As of 2015, the most affordable homes range in size from 969 to 1,216 square feet and feature two bathrooms, two bedrooms and assigned parking lot spaces.

Cresswind at Victoria Gardens is a private, gated community for adults age 55 and older, according to Kolter Homes. Situated 20 minutes from New Smyrna Beach and 30 minutes from Orlando, the village boasts four Har-Tru tennis courts, a resort-style pool and a fully equipped fitness center.

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