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Old 07-11-2019, 08:31 PM
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Taupe is a new color being used in the Kitchen...see here?

Top Taupe Paints for Your Kitchen Cabinets
Still ugly, and the houses with that color sit for a long time.
I like some of the off white they are using now, and some of the other stuff is beautiful.
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Old 07-12-2019, 03:12 AM
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Grey may be the new color, but the 3 homes we looked at its a NO for us. Grey floors, grey cabinets, and the grayish appliances just is not the look for us in our 60s.

Our boys came down this summer, both looking at new builds, and liked the grey theme, but did think the grey cabinets gave off a less expensive look.

Our oldest will be buying there, for the walking and biking trails, zero entry pool, and the less bustle of as he calls the Villages Proper. One is 36 and oldest just turned 50, retail, and restaurants, are not important to the new gens moving here who shop online and have groceries delivered. While both play golf they prefer a quick executive rather than 4 hours on a championship.
Running, biking, hiking are the active lifestyle they both prefer
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Old 07-12-2019, 09:37 AM
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If one reads the information in this report's data table one will see that the number for The Villages is little more than a guess. Therefore the validity of the 10% statement by both the original website and the OP mean absolutely nothing.
Thanks for the us of the 3rd person pronoun "one"--I was an English major.
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Grey may be the new color, but the 3 homes we looked at its a NO for us. Grey floors, grey cabinets, and the grayish appliances just is not the look for us in our 60s.

Our boys came down this summer, both looking at new builds, and liked the grey theme, but did think the grey cabinets gave off a less expensive look.

Our oldest will be buying there, for the walking and biking trails, zero entry pool, and the less bustle of as he calls the Villages Proper. One is 36 and oldest just turned 50, retail, and restaurants, are not important to the new gens moving here who shop online and have groceries delivered. While both play golf they prefer a quick executive rather than 4 hours on a championship.
Running, biking, hiking are the active lifestyle they both prefer

Grey is not the new color.
It has been around for a number of years and is already on its way out.

The look in Fenny, etc., is a wonderful contrast to that of the rest of TV. Had I been younger, that is where I would have bought. I love seeing something different develop and that area will boom!
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Grey is not the new color.
It has been around for a number of years and is already on its way out.
Yep. Grey is now an old color - pun intended.
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Grey is not the new color.
It has been around for a number of years and is already on its way out.

The look in Fenny, etc., is a wonderful contrast to that of the rest of TV. Had I been younger, that is where I would have bought. I love seeing something different develop and that area will boom!
Since our first visit in 07, buying in 10, 12, 14, grey just appeared here in 16. We are still looking at our possible 4th move in the new area. But so far, every home we looked at with a view and pool, has been the grey effect.since we have built 3 homes, at this point don’t want to jump into a new build, but may have to.
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Our oldest will be buying there, for the walking and biking trails, zero entry pool, and the less bustle of as he calls the Villages Proper. One is 36 and oldest just turned 50, retail, and restaurants, are not important to the new gens moving here who shop online and have groceries delivered. While both play golf they prefer a quick executive rather than 4 hours on a championship.
Running, biking, hiking are the active lifestyle they both prefer
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Although I am a little older than your kidos, when I bought down in DeSoto last fall, that was 100% my thinking as well.

I'm currently still working full-time (This is my last big project! ) and I currently only get back down to The Villages for short stints, but I absolutely love it! FWIW, I've used the Fenney Putt & Play the most followed by the Marsh Bend Chip & Putt course. Another high-utilization area for us has been the nature trail around the Hogeye preserve.

As a side note, when we were trying to figure out where to buy in The Villages, the house was somewhat secondary (although we did find a home we really liked. Thank you Cheryl McDaniel!), it was really trying to figure out what things we would want to do and then finding a convenient location for those. What sold us on the southern areas was those things mentioned above... and it just "felt" right.

Time will tell...

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