6 Amazing Florida Neighborhoods to Retire in 2023

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How would you like to live out your retirement in a Florida neighborhood?

You’ve probably spent your last couple of decades working hard, saving for the future, thinking about your children, and trying to afford a better standard of living. And your hectic life never allowed you to pause and simply relax for a while.

When was the last time you felt sand through your toes on the beach? What about fishing or enjoying the simple things in life?

Well, now’s the time because if you want to do all those things and truly enjoy your retirement life, the Sunshine State should be your main choice of where to settle down.

This state is a retirement paradise where seniors can look forward to relaxing and living their best life in many Florida neighborhoods.

The welcoming climate, beach chairs, flip-flops, golf clubs, and easy-breezy t-shirts await you. So without further ado, here are the 6 best Florida neighborhoods to retire in this year.

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  1. Would it be possible to have some information on the 6 places to retire in Florida to me. I’m 70 years young and thinking of moving to Florida permanently to be with My Daughter and Grandchildren who moved there a year ago and I haven’t been to visit them yet. But I am Retired. Thanks

  2. Your stats and comments don’t jive. The crime rate for Gainesville is about 1:25. That doesn’t sound safe at all! You say Edgewater is a bigger city (pop. 21,000+)than the others in the list. Gainesville has a population over 150,000, many times larger than Edgewater!? I can’t read anymore of this

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