There are several reasons to retire in thriving Dallas-Fort Worth. This metropolitan Metroplex is the cultural and economic hub of North Texas and is well-known for its Tex-Mex cuisine, barbecue, and vibrant sports scene. The Super Bowl, World Series, and NBA championship games were hosted in Dallas all in the same year, the first city to do so. Be it wanting to live near family and friends or taking advantage of everything Dallas-Fort Worth has to offer, people from all across Texas and the world have made their way to Dallas-Fort Worth. It is also an attractive spot for retirees to settle down in; here are some reasons why.
Retirees on a fixed income might be able to stretch their dollar farther by relocating to Dallas-Fort Worth. Texas is one of seven states without a state income tax. As such, Social Security benefits and all other forms of retirement income are tax-free.
Eating your way through the Bishop Arts District or walking through the gardens of the Dallas Arboretum? Don’t forget to take in the beautiful views. Dallas has one of the most iconic skylines in the US – it even won the Best International Skyline category in USA Today’s 10 Best Readers’ Choice survey. Reunion Tower, a 571-foot observation tower with sweeping 360-degree views of Dallas, is one of the city’s most recognized landmark attractions. The historically significant Dealey Plaza Historic District and popular photo spot Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge are also prominent features.
Who needs a show shovel when you are residing in the Dallas-Fort Worth region? The winters there are mild, making it a great retirement spot for those who cannot stand the cold. Texas might be notorious for its heat, but Dallas-Fort Worth experiences all four seasons, sometimes in the same week, with temperatures ranging from 39°F to 96°F all year round. Whether you are indoors or outdoors, you enjoy the city to its fullest, thanks to the abundance of sunshine and delightful temperatures.
Fun and Games at the State Fair of Texas
Retirees can enjoy the nostalgic delights, thrilling activities, and innovative eats of the renowned Texas State Fair. As the country’s longest-running fair, it has been held in Dallas’ historic Fair Park every year since 1886. It is convenient and easily accessible for retirees living in Dallas Fort-Worth. You can admire classic cars at the auto show, watch live concerts, or try creative fair food.
Excellent Retirement Communities
There are plenty of retirement communities in Dallas-Fort Worth. Castle Hills, a majestic, master-planned community, is situated in the picturesque North Dallas suburb of Lewisville. Its prime, central position near major highways and thoroughfares allows access to a multitude of activities across the Dallas-Fort Worth area, though there are excellent shopping, eating, and outdoor entertainment options in Castle Hills itself. Located in the heart is Discovery Village At Castle Hills, a community where residents can lead an active lifestyle and enjoy luxuries, thrills, and abundant recreational opportunities.
Live Out Your Golden Years at Discovery Village At Castle Hills
If you want to find out more about what sets Discovery Village At Castle Hills apart from the other communities in Dallas-Fort Worth, reach out to our dedicated team. We can schedule a tour and answer any questions you might have about our community living options.