Finding the right community for your post-retirement years can take a good deal of research. Just ask Martha Powers and Larry Gomberg, new Members of Trilogy® at Lake Frederick in Virginia.
Martha and Larry were recently featured in the Washington Post article “For Boomers Making Plans to Relocate for Retirement, It’s Time to Get Real.” While community amenities, social scene, and housing styles certainly play a big role in the decision of where to settle, they talked about the many practical points that also influenced their choice.
They also visited Trilogy at Lake Frederick several times—even after they were fairly certain that they wanted to live there—and they recommend that others do the same. “Visit the area during every season to make sure the climate suits you,” Martha suggested. Larry and Martha stayed overnight at Trilogy through the Join the Movement program and were able to get to know the people who already called Trilogy at Lake Frederick “home.” They wanted to be sure that it was the perfect fit on every level—including socially. And for them, it was.
After two years of searching and a good deal of research, Martha and Larry confirmed what they had felt that the very first time they visited Trilogy. “When we toured Lake Frederick — we knew it was right,” Larry explained. Now they’re ready to start their next chapter in a place that already feels like home.
Check out the full article here. If you’d like to get to know the Trilogy at Lake Frederick community, visit us online or set up your own private tour by calling your New Home Advisor today at 800.685.6494.
Story was published in the Washington Post on March 7th. Sales and Construction: Shea Homes Limited Partnership (#2705152813). Homes at Trilogy at Lake Frederick are intended for occupancy by at least one person 55 years or older, with certain exceptions for younger persons as provided by law and the governing covenants, conditions and restrictions. This is not an offer of real estate for sale, or a solicitation of an offer to buy, to residents of any state or province in which registration and other legal requirements have not been fulfilled. Trademarks are property of their respective owners. Equal Housing Opportunity.