You're Never Too Old for Love in Milford

Are you thinking of your golden years? Where should you retire? Do you head south? How about that cabin in the mountains?

If you’re single and 70, don’t give up on love. Just moved to Milford. U.S. News and World Reports says the coastal community is one of its top picks for swinging single seniors to retire.
If you’re looking to expand your network of people, get a hobby advises says John Gray, a certified family therapist and author of Mars and Venus Starting Over: A Practical Guide for Finding Love Again After a Painful Breakup, Divorce, or the Loss of a Loved One.

The town offers golf courses, ball fields, parks and playgrounds. Like birds? There are 315 different kinds at the Smith-Hubbell Wildlife Refuge.

Milford has a Senior Center that offers dance, and exercise lessons, conversational Spanish, French and Italian classes. If that’s not enough how about computer skills workshops.

Can you afford it? Milford’s median price for a home is $315,000.

The ranking is based on the number of single people over 65.

Some of the other top communities for seniors; Reno, Nev.; Providence, R.I.; Santa Rosa, Calif. and Towson, Md.

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