Looking for the Perfect Place to Retire? Respectfully, 'Welcome Home'.
For military personnel nearing retirement, 'convenient access to a military base' is a critical consideration. Ft. Bragg, the most active military establishment in the US is 8 miles from Anderson Creek Club - with all of its resources, medical facilities and VA offices. This robust and respected Post provides access to large commissaries and Px for affordable shopping from groceries to alcohol to eyeglasses, cell phones and even a spa…excellent products at a discounted price….all of this is located just a few miles down the road - and open to all active, reserve, and retired veterans of US military.
Being close to the base means that you are close to an Officer’s Club, Sports USA for all your sporting needs, a large military museum, various gyms, day cares, two full golf courses, a skeet shooting range and so much more. This is in addition to the myriad amenities available within the our gates.
Also, within minutes are two civilian and one very large VA Hospital - Womack Army Medical Center of Excellence – The Choice of America’s Finest. For active, reserve, guard and retired military this fine institution provides outstanding medical care with subsidized and supported health care, prescriptions and discount shopping.
Of the roughly 30 million Americans who have spent time in the armed forces, about two million are considered retired careerists—military officers and enlisted personnel who served at least 20 years, (USAA and Military.com).
A recent article in Money magazine (US News & World Report, Phillip Moeller, Dec 8th, 2010) states the best places for military retirees to consider spending their retirement shared several key characteristics:
- Affordable living costs
- Stable and relatively healthy job markets
- Minimal boom-and-bust real estate activity
- Favorable tax structures, proximity to large universities
- Convenient access to the shopping, support, and medical facilities of military bases and VA offices.
The scenic sandhills region of North Carolina? the robust and flourishing surrounding areas such as Fayetteville, the Research Triangle (Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill)? the accessibility to esteemed institutions of higher learning / 100+ Colleges and Universities? and some of the best medical research facilities in the world? - all of these incredible features and benefits are available when you decide to retire in this elegant place we call home Anderson Creek Club.
A Proud City. A Grateful State. An Indebted Nation.
Come home to North Carolina recent recipient of the "Most Military Friendly State" top ranking. Veterans Park, located in historic downtown Fayetteville, is America’s First Sanctuary Community for the Military and is less than 12 miles from our community. Veteran's Park is the first state park dedicated to military veterans – young and old, living or deceased, from all branches of the Armed Services: Army, Navy Marines, Air Force and Coast Guard.
With its rich military heritage, Fayetteville, the 2011 winner of the "All American City" award is the perfect place to house the North Carolina Veterans Park. The City’s beautifully revitalized downtown is a fitting location, given the spirit of renewal embodied in the park. What’s more, North Carolina is proud to call itself the “Most Military Friendly” state, and the Veterans Park incorporates many of the state's natural and architectural elements. It also holds the magnificent Airborne & Special Operations Museum, (where they proudly market Tshirts that state, "This is one town where you don't pick a bar fight. Fayetteville, NC")
We proudly join Fayetteville and the State of North Carolina- proud of being “Most Military Friendly State" - and to provide a Military Sanctuary inside the gates of our beautiful, affordable, welcoming community.