Luxury Retirement Homes in Atlanta

Luxury Retirement Homes in Atlanta

A plush retirement is something most of us dream about at some point, especially when work and family life get particularly demanding. When the time comes to enjoy the results of all that hard work, there are lots of ways to turn your plans into reality in Atlanta. A long tradition of hospitality meets glamor in the South’s cultural capital.

Among bustling upscale shopping and dining in Buckhead, the understated quiet comforts of suburbs like Sandy Springs and Marietta, and Atlanta’s many historic neighborhoods, there’s almost certainly a spot where you can live your dream of a pampered post-retirement lifestyle. Of course, luxury means different things to each of us, so clarifying your wish list will streamline the process of finding the right luxury senior community.

Urban elegance in Buckhead

If you love city life, shopping, and the arts, Buckhead is the most obvious choice for an upscale retirement. The traditionally wealthy area is home to high-end shopping at Phipps Plaza and Lenox Square, historic homes, bars and restaurants, and one of the biggest financial districts in the Southeast.

Buckhead has its share of senior living communities, including some of the fanciest in the Atlanta metro area. The Renaissance at Peachtree, for example, sits on Buckhead’s main thoroughfare and offers a long list of amenities, including a private parking garage as well as limousine and town car transportation for residents. An on-site fitness center, massage therapy facilities, and fine dining give daily life a resort feeling.

Quiet Comfort in the Atlanta Suburbs

If you like birdsong and the hum of someone else mowing the lawn more than you enjoy city traffic and bright lights, one of Atlanta’s affluent suburbs may be your preferred habitat. Again, there are plenty of places to choose from, and each of the city’s suburbs has its own personality.

In the northwestern suburb of Marietta, you’ll find a charming old-fashioned town square complete with a “Gone with the Wind” themed museum. You can also find upscale retirement communities like the Parc at Piedmont, which offers fine touches such as a grand piano in the sunny atrium, fresh flowers on the private dining room tables, and beautifully landscaped grounds that make dining al fresco a sensory delight. Concierge service helps residents find the best things to do in Marietta and across the metro area.

Creature Comforts near the Great Outdoors

Another Atlanta suburb, Sandy Springs, lets you live out your luxe retirement plans while keeping you close to nature–no roughing it required. The town just north of Atlanta’s Perimeter loop features parks along the Chattahoochee River, kayak and canoe rentals, and an easy drive to the picturesque mountains and small towns of north Georgia.

However you define luxury senior living, Atlanta has options worth exploring when you’re ready to make your retirement dreams real.


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Casey Kelly-Barton is an Austin-based freelance writer whose childhood was made awesome by her grandmothers, great-grandmother, great-aunts and -uncles, and their friends.

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