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Retirement bungalows London

Right-sized for 55 plus empty-nesters

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Find retirement bungalows in London and the rest of Southwestern Ontario listed below. Many people 50 and older who have emptied the nest find this option appealing. In addition to bungalow style housing, there are advantages to moving into a community that is planned for people 50 and older (see more below the listings).

Bungalow communities in London and area  


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Martindale Place
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Martindale Place

1128 Vansickle Road North, St. Catharines, Ontario, L2S 3W1
A welcoming community of choice for seniors where Christian values and excellence are celebrated. We create a safe and caring community for seniors based on Christian values, respecting individuality and dignity.
RiverBend Golf Community
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RiverBend Golf Community

2200 Jack Nash Drive, London, Ontario, N6K 5R3
Upon completion, RiverBend will include a collection of 400+ new homes, all built throughout the incredible 18-hole golf course that rests in the heart of the community.
Grand Cove
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Grand Cove

77 Main St. East, Grand Bend, Ontario, N0M 1T0
Enjoy a friendly community where homeowners share a common interest as “empty nesters.” This small, mature neighbourhood consists of 450 bungalows that are beautifully surrounded by trees, a relaxing pond and nearby walking trails – some leading to Lake Huron.
Morningside Retirement Community
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Morningside Retirement Community

10 Homestead Place, New Hamburg, Ontario, N3A 2G1
Welcome to Morningside, a picturesque and friendly active lifestyle community. Residents aged 55+ enjoy serene country-style living in charming New Hamburg and a variety of engaging recreational activities and events.

Bungalow living is the best

Over the years, we have heard from many people who live in bungalow communities and praise the value.

Mike J. lives at a community near London and he praises the simplicity of life there. Not only is his home all on one storey, but everything around him is equally accessible. “You can take your golf cart anywhere here,” he says. “There are people where who are over 80 and they may not be eligible to drive on the highway anymore. They can go down to the post office here, sort out their mail. It’s all very well thought out.” Read more about Mike in our look at the many advantages of contemporary retirement communities.

The land lease option that is popular with many of these bungalow communities also comes with notable advantages. Ruth W lives in the same community as Mike and she loves the fact that “in the summertime the grass is cut for you, and in the wintertime the snow is cleared for you. You don’t need to worry about those things.” Ruth has been living in a land lease retirement community for nearly 20 years.

These advantages feed into the simplifying of life that comes part and parcel with living in a bungalow community. One of the hidden benefits is that you live in community with people who are all experiencing this simplification, and the laid-back lifestyle that is naturally invoked. Comfort and contentment are contagious in these communities.

You can read more about advantages of bungalow living. We urge you to go out and investigate for yourself. Talk to people who live in the community you are interested in and find out for yourself whether you think it’s the right fit for you.




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