Retire to Nevada,
Close to Las Vegas Strip

Among the communities to retire to Nevada, you may want to consider The Meadows: Las Vegas Style.

This is one retirement community which offers you access to the Vegas Strip; entertainment galore; shopping; and all of the amenities you would want in a retirement community.

There is no end to the recreational activities you can participate in on a daily basis. Moreover, if you want to kick back and enjoy everything The Meadows has to offer without leaving the comfort of its community; you can do that to! Offering arts and crafts; fitness center; as well as a variety of activities including their pool; tennis courts, shuffleboard and putting green; you can actively participate or simply take in the sun.

Moreover, because of its close proximity to the Vegas strip, every day and night can be filled with catching a performance; shopping; indulging in the many fine restaurants available; sightsee; or whatever suits your fancy. In addition, you won’t have to worry at The Meadows because it is a gated community wherein you will find friendly people; a full time social director; and complete with energy efficient homes with low cost maintenance.

The Las Vegas area boasts some of the most reasonable housing costs in the country. Property taxes are very low and there is no state income tax. All of these factors allow seniors, especially those on fixed incomes, to enjoy one of the fines retirement lifestyles anywhere in the U.S.

Las Vegas is also the gateway to Lake Mead National Recreation Area. It offers a wealth of things to do and places to go year-round.

If you love entertainment of any kind and like to take a turn at the slot machine; why not retire to Nevada where all of the amenities you seek in a retirement community are available, but include the sights and sounds of Las Vegas; the city that never sleeps.


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