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Life on the Ranch | Sarasota, FL

Life on the Ranch | Sarasota, FL

Lakewood Ranch, the second best-selling planned community in the nation, turns 25 this year. How did they get here and where are they headed? Travis Allen Hall, born and raised at Lakewood Ranch (LWR) in Sarasota, FL, experiences most palm-tree-lined, 78-degree days as though he’s looking through a colorful

Venture Out Interviews

In the Ideal Living Spring 2019 issue, we included postcards from homeowners in the Travel Guide from various locations so you can get an idea of what it is like to live there. Below you can link to the full stories from the homeowners who shared their lives and experiences with our readers. We hope you will enjoy their tales of

The Club Life

Once upon a time, retirement communities were built around amenities like golf courses and recreation centers with pools and tennis courts. Social life revolved around the country club or racquet club or other popular activities like boating and gardening. Todays active-adult communities offer that and so much

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Youth Movement

Dataw Island Club, named the South Carolina Golf Associations 2018 Club of the Year, opens March of 2019 as a new host of The First Tee of The Lowcountry, part of the international program that teaches fundamental game skills and traditional etiquette to junior golfers ages 7-18

A Utah State of Mind

  Utah: Red Rock, Low-Cost, High Adventure Capital of the U.S. The mountains of majesty that our anthem declaims cut through this vast desert-dominated state creating experiences and scenery that people from around the world flock to, write about, and dedicate...

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The Best of Beaufort, SC

Chartered in 1711, historic Beaufort is South Carolinas second-oldest city after Charleston.
But its really more accurate to call Beaufort a small waterfront town of about 15,000 residents where history is alive and well-preserved.

Big Business in a Tax-Friendly State

Although it’s the second smallest state in size and measures just 96 miles from north to south, Delaware has more than 500 miles of public trails and multi-use pathways. Because of its accommodating laws, many of the country’s biggest businesses, especially banking and financial services companies, are incorporated in Delaware. With a human population of about 960,000, the state is “home” to well over a million corporations. Delaware is the only state east of the Mississippi River with two U.S. Senators, but just one member of the House of Representatives.

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