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Finding the Best Places to Retire Since 2006!

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Towns with Below Average Living Costs

By State:

A through E    Florida A-L   Florida M-Z    G through L    M through R    S through W 

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Alachua, Florida

A quiet country community with deep agricultural roots, Alachua boasts a cute downtown lined with Bradford pear trees.

Beverly Beach, Florida

A little more than a mile long, Beverly Beach sits on a barrier island between the Matanzas River and the Atlantic Ocean and has a beautiful strip of sand.

Carrabelle, Florida

Carrabelle is a remote, working fishing village on the eastern Florida Panhandle. It dates from 1877 and sits at the convergence of three rivers and the Gulf of Mexico. Surrounded by water and state forests, Carrabelle exudes an old fashioned Florida vibe but is growing quickly, doubling in size during the last decade.

Edgewater, Florida  

Originally called Hawks Park, this quiet Indian River waterfront community is just north of the Mosquito Lagoon Aquatic Preserve on Florida's northeastern coast. It dates from the early 1800s and was incorporated in 1951.

Floral City, Florida

A quiet, country place, Floral City boasts a tree-lined downtown, elegant old homes and a new town center. Lake activities are just next door.

Tarawood: a Peaceful 55+ Community in Floral City, Florida

In a rural setting, the 55+ community of Tarawood has a nice clubhouse, a swimming pool, a spa and single story, single family homes.

Lakeland, Florida

Lakeland is located between Tampa and Orlando in the middle of Florida's coastal plain. It is the home of Florida Southern College (2,500 students) and has grown by 50% within the last decade.

Lake James: a Comfortable 55+ Community in Lakeland, Florida  

Situated 55 miles southwest of Orlando in central Florida, the 55+ community of Lake James is a single family home development. Upon completion, it will have nearly 220 residences.

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