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Old 09-28-2015, 07:24 AM
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My wife and I are considering retiring in the Denver area but can not afford a conventional house. We are thinking of buying a pristine used double wide in a park which allows only retirees. I would appreciate recommendations for parks which are scenic, well kept and offer both amenities and social opportunities.
I would also appreciate your thoughts on the positives/negatives to this approach.

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Old 09-28-2015, 11:13 AM
Location: CO
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My husband's cousin and his wife recently bought in Holiday Hills, which is in Federal Heights, northwest of downtown Denver. They're very happy there as they moved down from a double-wide at altitude which was problematic for their health issues. They're near to hospitals here. Most of the people seem to be retirees though cousin said there are a few younger people living with grandparents etc.


Another 55+ mobile home community is Wolhurst, in Littleton, southwest of Denver. This one is in a more rural setting but close to Light Rail. Lots of amenities, hospital close by, as is shopping. This park is probably more scenic and has an interesting history.

Wolhurst Community

I don't know the pros and cons of your plan, perhaps someone else can give you some insight. Good luck!
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Old 09-28-2015, 12:32 PM
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This link should give you a list of 12 age-restricted MHP's within 40 miles of Denver.


Wolhurst is probably the most scenic. Holiday Hills seemed well kept from the times I have visited relatives who lived there.
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