Bonterra Named 55+ Community of the Year

October 20, 2020

There are active adult 55+ communities and then there are award-winning active adult 55+ resort-style communities. Bonterra at Cross Creek Ranch falls into the latter category having recently been named the 2020 55+ Community of the Year by the Greater Houston Builders Association in its annual Houston’s Best PRISM Awards.

Competition for PRISM awards is always fierce. To win, your community has to be something special.

Residents of Bonterra already know how special their gated community is but what caught the judge’s eye?

It could be the creative floor plans designed with mature adults in mind. The single-story homes offer extra space for entertaining, state-of-the art kitchens and extensive outdoor living spaces where you can enjoy a glass of wine with your significant other. Flex rooms allow you to create home offices and hobby rooms without sacrificing the guest room your grandchildren stay in.

Then again, living in Bonterra is like staying at your favorite resort — a resort you never have to leave. The Bonterra Clubhouse boasts amenities galore, including the resort-style pool, a spa, fitness center, firepit, card and billiards room, an event lawn, bocce and pickle ball courts, and more. A dedicated lifestyle director keeps residents busy with a non-stop calendar of social events including clubs, soirees, trips and get-togethers.

Finally, Bonterra is a community within a community. Most 55+ communities are built entirely for senior citizens. Bonterra is located within Cross Creek Ranch, allowing residents access to even more amenities. They also can be near children and grandchildren living in Cross Creek Ranch while still enjoying the company of their peers.

These are just a few of the perks enjoyed by Bonterra residents. Perks that have catapulted the community into the ranks of the best of the best. If you are ready for the next great adventure, why not pay Bonterra a visit so you can see for yourself what an award-winning community looks like?

 

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