It may not come as a huge surprise to the residents that reside in South Florida and have decided to retire in the gorgeous area of Martin County. Many say the region is a coastal dream!
Retirement consists on a lot of preparing and represents a good chunk of your lifetime. “It is important to live somewhere that satisfies all your care, community and transportation needs while still having enough culture and entertainment options to keep you happy.” After canvasing the coastlines of South Florida with admiration for the genuine seaside charm, a lovely beach culture and good housing, Martin County is a wonderful place to spend your golden years.
They call it the Treasure Coast for many reasons, it could be because by enjoying simple afternoons spent by the water is a monarch of this small Intracoastal gem. Imagine an inviting environment where pelicans soar overhead and the star of the sea, the spiky Mohawk sailfish, known by fishing enthusiast as the sailfish capital of the world. The retail shops are brightly colored and there are galleries, cafes, and restaurants that are pet friendly, abilities to stroll the Riverwalk and listen to free outdoor concerts and fish off the pier and hit a few golf balls on the greens! It’s an active district with many things to do, however the area is still quaint. There are couples and families that lounge on the white sandy beaches and children playing in the warm surf.Martin County is where many famed folks such as Celine Dion and Greg Norman live.
Overall, the natural beauty keeps the generations of families flowing and new residents are welcome from any corner of the globe. The environment is so inviting and pristine, it is no wonder Martin County was Named Best Place to Retire in the U.S.!
Here's the list of the top 10 counties to retire in:
1. Martin County, Florida
2. Barnstable County, Massachusetts
3. Orange County, North Carolina
4. Beaufort County, South Carolina
5. Grafton County, New Hampshire
6. Washtenaw County, Michigan
7. Newport County, Rhode Island
8. Jefferson County, Washington
9. Hamilton County, Indiana
10. Albemarle County, Virginia