Making the decision on where to retire is one of life’s most significant choices. Friends and places that are important to you can be tough to leave behind. But rather than packing up and shipping out to balmy Florida, consider the benefits of moving to senior living in historic White Plains, which is situated in Westchester County.
Retirees living in Westchester County have the advantage of a quieter and calmer lifestyle – but with easy access to the hustle and bustle of New York City’s attractions, restaurants and shopping.
With all of the amenities Westchester County offers, retiring today is easier and more enjoyable than ever before. Keep reading to discover the five best perks to retirement living in White Plains, NY.
Families often come here for the purpose of raising their children and never want to leave! The neighborhoods are filled with shops, restaurants, and fine arts establishments. Westchester County is home to parks and nature preserves, golfing and respected universities.
In addition to museums, theaters, historic sites, and other areas of interest, Westchester County boasts dozens of other attractions such as Kykuit, home to the expansive gardens and galleries of John D. Rockefeller’s former estate. Specifically in White Plains, residents at Waterstone of Westchester are just a short walk from world-class shops, including the flagship Bloomingdale’s and many other fine retailers and restaurants.
With an express train ride, New York City is less than an hour from White Plains. Waterstone of Westchester is conveniently located, making it easy for residents to access New York City’s events, shows, theaters and shops.
With 18 hospitals in the county, including White Plains Hospital just minutes from Waterstone of Westchester, it’s peace of mind with quality healthcare facilities and services nearby.
There are more than 50 county parks in Westchester County! Beaches, pools, hiking paths, and beautiful golf courses are easily accessible. You’ll be hard-pressed to run out of outdoor activities. Residents at Waterstone of Westchester will love exploring some of the nearby outdoor activities such as the Saxon Woods Park, Rockefeller State Park Preserve, Friends of Read Wildlife Sanctuary and the Lasdon Park and Arboretum.
Waterstone of Westchester is the area’s premier independent living community. We’re close to exquisite shopping, close to fine dining and close to your heart. Come visit our beautiful location and see what Waterstone can offer you.