My husband and I bought a house at Bridgewater in September 2017. It was 1 1/2 years old and I'm so disappointed in the builder's workmanship and quality. Examples: one coat of paint on all walls (it rubs off if you brush against it), refrigerator freezer is shot, clothes dryer had to be replaced, wood floors are beginning to warp (neighbor had to replaces his after 2 years), exterior vinyl is not flush in many areas, and many more problems for a house this new. Of course, any warranty has expired on any of my concerns. At one time Del Webb was quality, not any more
My husband and I moved into one of the attached units in this community. It is a great place to live and prepare us as we transition to our retirement years. I will be able to leave in the winter without having to worry about my Michigan home.
We retired to Florida for five years, but it is just too hot for us. Also, we couldn't stand being away from our family and grandkids. I never thought I would move to a community like this, but I am glad my wife convinced me. The clubhouse and amenities in Bridgewater are out of this world. We feel like we live in a resort. We work out three days a week, swim, and are involved in many activities. We have met some of the nicest people and have become best friends. Living around people our age is really nice.
One of the best things about living here is the fact that I don't have to shovel the snow or mow the lawn. Joan and I moved in here to a new house in 2011. We have the Glen Arbor floor plan that has been great. It's a very livable home and the quality is nice, Joan loves it! The lodge is well done with every feature you could need and lots of different activities going on every day. It's nice just being able to head over to the lodge to see what's happening. I always run in to someone I know there!