30-year-old Liz White's home in southwest Florida has plenty of space, is just a short distance from the beach and she can even see dolphins from her windows from time to time.
It sounds like an idyllic place, though it does come with the quirk that it's meant to be for people aged 55 and over, with the average age of residents being 66.
Don't worry, she's not breaking any rules by living there because younger people can rent apartments in the community, it's just that she's the only one under 55 living there.
When her job switched to remote working she decided to move out of her place in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and live nearer to her family, ultimately settling on the senior community as she'd grown to love it there.
Now she gets to live and work in her spacious and light apartment, and if she ever needs something to do the building library is packed to the rafters with jigsaws and puzzles.
All the neighbours are friendly, and as an added bonus they're always making plenty of food for others to share.
White also says that living in a senior community hasn't had an impact on her social life because 'people love coming over and visiting'.
She knows her neighbours better in the Florida senior community than she did in her high rise apartment block in Pennsylvania, and when she wants some time to herself she has access to her own private dock and inflatable kayak.
Group activities, casual get-togethers and big themed parties once a month make it sound like the perfect place to live.
Maybe we should all try living in a senior community for a bit!
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