When searching for a new home, it's important to pay attention to what the community offers and how it fits your lifestyle. For many, it's hard to understand the major differences and decide between a country club community and a private, residential community. So, if you're searching for a new home and are caught between the two, here are five luxuries a country club community offers that others don't.
While many country clubs are known for their beautiful golf courses, the other community amenities don't come in second when setting them apart from other communities! At RedTail, residents and members have access to our resort-style pool, state-of-the-art fitness center, private men's and women's lounges, two Har-Tru® tennis courts, and more!
If you're looking to be wined and dined without going far from home, many country club communities have their own restaurant and bar. In addition to daily lunch specials and holiday dishes, some country clubs even have a private executive chef!
While amenities are certainly a perk, many appreciate the sense of community they feel as a member of a country club. Clubs usually host weekly social activities and member appreciation events where residents and members can socialize and get to know each other.
From helping you plan and host your event, to knowing your favorite cocktail when you visit the bar during happy hour, the staff at country clubs are always happy to get to know you and make every experience one to remember. At RedTail, we even have professional golf instructors as part of our team who can help you sharpen your golf skills!
When you're a member of a golf and country club, you don't have to pay each time you want to hit the greens. Your membership allows you to enjoy additional golf amenities, such as practice facilities, practice putting greens, lessons from professional golf instructors, and more! You can't forget how well maintained country club golf courses are either!
So, if you're torn between a private, residential community and country club community, we hope you found this blog helpful. In addition to looking at all the community has to offer, try chatting with current residents and finding out what they appreciate most about the country club they belong to.