If you hear the word “retirement”, what are the first few thoughts that come to your mind?
You may have thought of comfort, golf, free time to read, grandchildren, surplus time, beaches, new friends or relaxation.
Free time can be a bit scary for new retirees. If you were used to getting a bunch of daily emails, when you retire you may get bored and find yourself looking at your smartphone or your computer all the time looking for things to do.
Cut yourself some slack. Your life of retirement can be your chance to experience a life that is free of stress and a daily schedule.
Vero Beach Florida is where you can spend your retirement days in bliss!
You don’t need to worry about what is popular just what has worked for a long time in Vero Beach.
It’s called Vero Beach for a reason. The unspoiled 30 miles of white sandy beaches from the Fort Pierce Inlet to the Sebastian Inlet is to die for! The community clubhouses limit the access but there are also public beach accesses in the Sebastian Inlet, Wabasso Beach just across the Orchid Island, Humpston Park in Vero Beach and Avalon State Park which is closer to Fort Pierce. If you have been a beach person all your life, that doesn’t need to change. The combination of blue and emerald green ocean water will capture your attention all the time.
You can enjoy doing activities that you haven’t tried in a long time like boating in Indian River Lagoon, fishing by the Sebastian Inlet, or choosing from one of the several golf clubs would you like to be registered in. Immerse yourself into the rich art and culture of the best small city in Florida. From the graffiti wall to impeccable professional Broadway theatres this city has so many activities to get involved in.
Your grandchildren will have more reasons to visit you since you’re just 2 hours away from Disneyland. Highway access is also easy from Vero Beach via Interstate 95.
Shopping is a snap with the hosts of Vero Beach Outlets near Interstate 85 and State Road 60. You can do traditional shopping of signature brands. Then stretch your time by visiting big box stores located in the Indian River Mall. Since you have more time to walk or run, then you can eat your heart out at any of the fantastic restaurants. There is a feast of choices! Try Ocean Grill and Captain Hiram’s in Sebastian where you can peacefully have lunch or dinner barefoot on the sandy beaches along the river.
A daily walk on 23-mile beach stretch is just one of many advantages of retiring in Vero Beach. There’s no income tax, low sales and property taxes, top notch medical facilities (including Indian River Medical Center which has the number 1 Heart Program in Florida), exciting 55+ and active senior activities.
It’s all here waiting you!
The reasons I wrote above are the same reasons I fell in love with this city. I made a career out of it as a REALTORⓇ because it’s true, if you love what you do, then you’ll never have to work a single day in your life. And I have 18 years of experience which can attest to that. I love helping those who decide to spend their best years in Vero Beach, Florida.
My passion is to find your dream retirement home or if you are testing the waters, then a vacation home. With the real estate properties’ current median sales price at $169, 900, we can surely find the right home for you.
Call me today, Karen Mathers, at 772-532-3221 and let’s talk about what matters as you retire in Vero Beach!