Retirement Communities Are Not All The Same…
In fact, Stevens Square at Baxter Woods 55+ Active Adult community is different than other retirement communities. Watch 55+ Active Adult Living at Stevens Square Part Two right here. If you missed Part One, you can see it further down in this post.
Instant Lifelong Friends
Part Two closes with Larry and Elizabeth Estey meeting Fred and Terri Benson from Springfield, Illinois for the first time. These future Stevens Square community members became instant friends. Their compatibility is remarkable. It’s as if they’d known each other all along.
That’s what Stevens Square at Baxter Woods is all about. It’s about building a community of actively engaged people, one friendship at a time.
The Stevens Square Process
At the end of Part Two, you see The Bensons interacting with various people.
They are with the Esteys in the historic Motherhouse gathering space. The two couples are already imagining organizing dinner gatherings and lectures here.
Stevens Square developer Kevin Bunker, founder of Developers Collaborative, greets them outside the office of Stevens Square Realtor Ed Gardner.
Their two daughters join them in making finish choices for their new Stevens Square home at Maine Street Design Co.
These are some of the many people working with new Stevens Square homeowners during their process.
Stay tuned for 55+ Active Adult Living at Stevens Square Part Three featuring the Bensons.
In case you missed Part One:
The Difference Between Stevens Square and Retirement Communities
Stevens Square is about choice. Its homeowners choose it because it’s not like a traditional retirement community. Read an in-depth article about why (with more video) here:
The Estey and Bensons will be neighbors in Stevens Square at Baxter Woods Building One. There are opportunities to join them and move toward the end of 2020. Take a look at availability here.