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Before I moved to Britton Falls, I never thought I would …

“Find a new neighborhood as warm and inviting as my previous home location — but I did.” —Julie Ingels

New consumer-inspired floorplans support an easy, effortless lifestyle By Angela Parker

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or more than 50 years, Del Webb has listened to homebuyers age 55 and better, and has evolved to suit their changing lifestyles. Once again, the company has been hard at work learning what these homebuyers want in a home. In early November, Del Webb will introduce 11 new consumer-inspired floorplans to Britton Falls — one more step in that listening/evolving relationship. “PulteGroup [Del Webb’s parent company] is the only builder that’s doing consumer-inspired floorplans,” said Sue McConochie, a Britton Falls sales counselor. “They went through a 12-step process to deliver the new floorplans and got consumer validation three times before rolling them out.” To do so, PulteGroup built full-scale mockups then had focus groups walk through Del Webb asked baby them and give feedback about boomers what they want what they did and didn’t like; in a home. This is what what they wanted and what they said, and this is what they would change. According you’ll get in the new to John Van Beynen, vice floorplans at Britton Falls: president of sales for Del ➤ Rejuvenation Webb’s Indianapolis Division, the new designs incorporate ➤ Social interaction features requested by baby ➤ Entertainment boomers. “Several years of research, ➤ Easy, effortless living thought and creativity have gone into the design of these homes,” Van Beynen said. “These new home plans blend the concepts of universal design for ageless living with higher energy efficiency and connectivity.”

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Homebuyers talked and Del Webb listened Del Webb’s consumer research found that baby boomers want: ➤ Spaces for entertaining. ➤ Convenient, efficient homes. ➤ Amenities that promote relaxation and rejuvenation. ➤ Rooms that can be used for a variety of purposes. In answer to those preferences, Britton Falls’ new floorplans will have: ➤ Open spaces with traffic patterns that are conducive to hosting groups of people. Options such as hearth rooms also expand the entertainment area. ➤ Laundry rooms near the owners’ suites, low-threshold entries, optional low-threshold master showers and everyday entries where homeowners can deposit coats, purses and cell phones when they come home. ➤ Spa-like master bathrooms, optional retreats and dual master suites. ➤ Flexible spaces that can be used as bedrooms, dens or hobby rooms. In addition, the new homes will have features and options such as: ➤ Lofts ➤ Raised dishwashers ➤ Fixed stairs instead of pull-down stairs to attic spaces ➤ Large islands with seating ➤ More storage space and larger pantries ➤ Tandem garages on two floorplans To learn more about Del Webb’s new floorplans, contact the Britton Falls sales office at (317) 485-7100.

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he Britton Falls way of life can be summed up in three words: active, social and fun. Think of the fun of college without all the classes, final exams and all-nighters. Or even better, enjoying the social activities of a cruise ship without having to drive hundreds of miles to board the ship. “We offer a resort-like lifestyle that revolves around having fun, being socially connected, staying physically fit, and enjoying life-long learning experiences,” said Sales Counselor Sue McConochie. Britton Falls’ full-time lifestyle director, Kim Catellier, sees to it that everyone’s social dance card stays as full as he or she can manage. “It’s activities galore,” said Alice Hayes, a Britton Falls homeowner since January 2013. “You don’t just sit in your house.”

Healthy, active living

Britton Falls offers more than 50 special-interest groups from billiards to bocce ball, from tai chi to Zumba. Dozens of activities emphasize healthy living, while others focus on social fun such as card clubs and crafts. Claudette Flora goes for the active life. She routinely plays mixed doubles tennis, does yoga, attends aerobics classes at the Britton Falls fitness center and strolls along the community’s walking trails. “There are so many great activities,” Flora said. “You just pick something and go do it.”

Friendship and fellowship

Friendly, easy-to-meet neighbors are another hallmark of Britton Falls living. Many streets hold monthly neighborhood parties. Pot luck suppers occur regularly

The active life appeals to Claudette Flora, who routinely attends yoga and aerobics classes or walks the community’s trails.

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Each series — Monterey, Sonoma and Napa — will have three to four new floorplans that will be built throughout Britton Falls. The homes will range from 1,200 square feet to more than 2,500 square feet. One model from each series will be constructed for prospective homebuyers to tour. McConochie said the previous floorplans will be discontinued once the new plans are introduced. That means Britton Falls’ existing model homes are now for sale. Some already have been snatched up, but several still are available. ■

at The Chateau, the 23,000-square-foot center of the community. Dan and Alice Hayes remember attending their first pot luck supper. They didn’t know a soul, but that changed within five minutes. “Pretty soon someone came up and asked us to join their table,” Dan said. “What could have been a very uncomfortable situation became one in which we really felt welcomed.” Added Alice: “The fellowship here is wonderful. People really care about each other. Now we are as happy as two little peas in a pod.” ➤ See FITNESS, on Page 4


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Before I moved to Britton Falls, I never thought I would …

“Be as busy and have as much fun as I am having. I sensed it was a friendly community from my first visit, and I’ve met so many wonderful fellow homeowners who have become my friends and feel like family.” —Judy Hahn

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ith amenities such as indoor and outdoor swimming pools, tennis courts, bocce ball lanes, a basketball court, an arts and crafts room, billiards room, and even a ballroom, it’s no wonder homeowners have a ball living in Britton Falls. Mike and Nancy Clemmer have lived here for about a year. After retiring in Michigan, they decided it was time to move closer to their children and grandchildren — but what they found was an even bigger family within the 55-and-better neighborhood. “One of the reasons we decided to live here was to meet new people,” Nancy said. All the planned activities keep the Clemmers busy and active while providing opportunities to meet fellow homeowners. In the past year Nancy has participated in the craft bazaar, Christmas-table decorating and water volleyball. But her favorite activity so far is line dancing. “I took the line dancing classes this year and last year and loved them,” she said. “The instructor makes it fun and it’s been a great way to get to know people.” With plans to ramp up their involvement and explore more Britton Falls activities, it’s a sure bet the Clemmers not only will meet more people, but also will make some good friends along the way. Bob and Nancy Poehler lived in Indianapolis until their careers took them out of state 20 years ago. When they moved back to Indiana two and a half years ago, they made their home in Britton Falls. When it comes to having a ball, Bob prefers pickleball. During good weather he plays three times a week with the community’s official pickleball group, and sometimes even more. In the winter he works out in the pool five days a week. “There are so many things going on here, you really can’t do them all,” Bob said. “You have to pick and choose. Some people do a lot and some do a little. You can be as active as you want to be.” ■

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ritton Falls’ slate of activities and special events offers something for every taste and interest. The hub of activity is The Chateau, where canasta, bridge, euchre, mahjongg, Bible studies and other activities are regular occurrences. In addition, The Chateau is the perfect setting for classes and lectures on topics such as foreign language instruction, genealogy, financial planning and managing hightech gadgets. Sandy Albregts is an enthusiastic member of the new quilting club. “Several friends where I used to live are quilters and I’ve done a few projects with them,” Albregts said. “I already have the equipment and so I think it will be an interesting and fun thing to do here.” This fall, a wine club will host tasting sessions and discussions, and during football season, homeowners gather around The Chateau’s big-screen television to watch the Indianapolis Colts. Britton Falls is a music lover’s paradise. They’re invited to sway and sing to various musicians in the Grand Ballroom, or take lessons in club dance, smooth dance and American Latin dance. The Britton Falls community chorus performs locally, and informal singing antics take place on karaoke nights. Residents even can move to music in The Chateau’s indoor pool during water aerobics and Zumba.

Labors of love

Residents are encouraged not only to participate in activities, but also to help plan them. The options are as varied as the participants. Homeowners Patti and Tim Mucha wasted no time before plunging into new activities. “When I moved here, I was happy to meet people from all walks of life,” Patti said. “We both started out with bocce and just loved it. We still wonder what new thing we’ll try next.” The Muchas stay busy with shared activities such as biking, euchre and the community choir. Patti serves on the special

events committee, which plans large parties and other festivities. Some events mark holidays, and others are just for the fun of it, like this year’s Woodstock-themed dance. As a Britton Falls Ambassador, Patti introduces prospective homeowners to community features. “I always say the best thing about living here is that people watch out for each other and there’s no reason to ever be lonely,” she said. “And there’s always something new to try. My husband never drew a thing in his life, but now he’s a wonderful painter after taking an oil painting class.”

Health and social ties

Sara Cochard, who moved to a twobedroom home in Britton Falls in 2010, believes that filling her schedule with activities helped her adjust to her new home. When her family was young, their four-bedroom lakeside homestead was the center of the universe. Cochard treasures those memories, but now her focus is on staying active and fit. “I keep so busy that I don’t have time to miss that other house,” she said. “There are so many activities that I can’t imagine anyone saying they don’t have anything to do. You could be busy from morning to night.” Cochard regularly plays pingpong, bocce, bridge and euchre, and enjoys the monthly potluck dinners at The Chateau for more than the menus. “I like to see people I already know and meet new people, too,” she said. ■

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ith classes, activities and special events in and around Britton Falls taking place morning, noon and night, seven days a week, Britton Falls’ Lifestyle Director Kim Catellier probably is the busiest person in the community. But it’s a job she thoroughly enjoys. She even encourages homeowners to suggest ideas for new classes Catellier and activities — which means that the options are constantly evolving. “I have an open-door policy,” Catellier said. “I always tell new homeowners that they can share ideas with me for events and new clubs. That goes for current residents, too.” Originally from Evansville, Catellier moved to the greater Indianapolis area after graduating from Indiana University Bloomington with a background in parks and recreation administration. She has been with Britton Falls nearly five years and has come to know the homeowners and trust their suggestions. “I try to plan a wide variety of programs based on the homeowners’ interests,” she said. “They mold this community into what they want it to be.” Sara Cochard, a Britton Falls Resident since 2010 knows this to be true. “If we don’t already have a particular activity, Kim will do what she can to get it started,” she said. “This is an ideal place to do whatever you want, whenever you want.” Participation in community activities such as fitness classes, Bible studies, book clubs and art classes is included in the homeowner association dues. Off-site special events such as golf outings, dinners, concerts and bus trips require advanced sign-up, but Catellier strives to keep the costs to a minimum. She credits the variety and availability of activities with attracting large numbers of participants. For more information on the community and to see an events calendar, visit www.OurBrittonFalls.net. ■

Autumn special events Oct. 17: iPhone & iPad Workshop Oct. 19: Del Webb celebration Oct. 21: Latin dance classes Oct. 26: Trunk & Treat with grandkids Nov. 1: Wine appreciation Nov. 2: Comedian night Nov. 9: Novemberfest Nov. 11: Veterans’ breakfast Nov. 29: Circle of Lights Bus Trip

It’s unanimous: Swimming is No. 1 Summer, winter, spring or fall, The Chateau’s indoor and outdoor pools make swimming possible yearround. A poll taken during Grandkids Night at The Chateau in July ranked swimming as the best part of having grandparents who live at Britton Falls.


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Before I moved to Britton Falls, I never thought I would …

“Find so many new friends. We were worried about leaving friends we had made during the past 40 years, but the Britton Falls residents have welcomed us and made us feel as though we have known them for many years.”

“Have such an extensive and fun social life and so many good friends and neighbors.”

—Doug and Jane Rowley

—Pat Eggers

It works for me! By Shauna Nosler

By the numbers 10: The reported age of Warren Buffett, one of the world’s wealthiest people, when he started selling chewing gum door-to-door. 25: The percentage of the U.S. work force expected to be 55+ by 2020. 57: The average retirement age in 1991, which is four years younger than the current age of 61. 62: Retirement age with benefits in the U.S. 83: Warren Buffet’s current age.

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ccording to a recent U.S. jobs report posted by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the labor force participation rate of people age 65 and over is nearly 20 percent — the highest since before the inception of Medicare. In the October 2010 Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, Dr. Mo Wang of the University of Maryland stated: “People may believe that stopping working is a good thing, but their health situation or mental situation may actually disagree. In reality work is a very functional thing for us to maintain our health and psychological wellbeing.” Jackie Linne has lived a lot of places. Kentucky. Ohio. And now, Britton Falls. But she didn’t move to the neighborhood to retire. Though she’s taking baby steps toward retirement, she’s reluctant to retire completely and plans to continue working a few more years as a full-time licensing representative for Golden Rule, United Healthcare. She moved to Britton Falls to live among peers who share similar interests. “I love Britton Falls,” Linne said. “Living here keeps me active and makes up for not Linne having family close by.” Because the community offers a wide variety of activities, Linne said it’s easy to be involved while still working — something that Lifestyle Director Kim Catellier works hard to provide. “I try to plan events for evenings and weekends as well as during the day hours so everyone can participate,” Catellier said. From Linne’s viewpoint, that is one of the best things about living in Britton Falls. ■

Ron and Cheryl Miles dig in to a recent volunteer gardening project.

Several homeowners joined in an area trash clean-up day last spring.

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ccording to Ron and Cheryl Miles and Keith and Adrienne Borden, serving lasagna to a house full of strangers is a wonderful way to spend an evening. In fact, several Britton Falls homeowners contributed time, food and money last summer to give families staying at the Ronald McDonald House in Indianapolis a home-cooked meal. “It was really a good experience,” Cheryl said. “Many of us moved to Britton Falls to be close to children and grandchildren. We saw the effect of illness on the families and how important it is to have Mom and Dad close by, taking care of their children. It was heartbreaking, but we’re so glad we went.” Serving families at the Ronald McDonald House is just one avenue of service Britton Falls More than $5,000 was raised for homeowners pursue. Another Indiana disabled veterans at a recent is cultivating old-fashioned pengolf outing. pal relationships with students at Hamilton Southeastern Junior High School, which is not far from the community. Participating homeowners are paired with eighth-grade English students with whom they exchange weekly letters. The pen pals get to meet each other at the end of the semester. “It’s an old-fashioned way of communicating,” Cheryl said. PHOTO: LAUREN TRISLER

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“That’s why I like it — it’s actually pen to paper.” In September, Britton Falls homeowners participated in their first communityorganized golf outing supporting Indiana disabled veterans, and raised more Homeowners, such as the Bordens, serve than $5,000 for DAV. These families at the Ronald McDonald House. opportunities and others are orchestrated by Kim Catellier, the community’s lifestyle director. “Kim is really good about planning different things for all of us to do,” Cheryl said. “We have the opportunity to volunteer time or money or whatever is needed.” The Bordens also volunteered at the Ronald McDonald House and are excited about being assigned their first pen pals. In addition, Adrienne is on the Britton Falls special events committee, which organizes several major events each year — the New Year’s Eve party, a Woodstock party and Novemberfest — along with helping with grandkid events such as Trunk-orTreat, an Easter egg hunt and the pet parade. “There are mostly women on the committee, but we let the husbands volunteer, too,” Adrienne said. At that comment, Keith felt the need to make a clarification: “I assist with labor such as setting up and dumping trash cans,” he said. Obviously it takes both brains and brawn to make a successful volunteer duo. ■

Healthful activities abound at Britton Falls By Karen Murray

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itness is hardly a chore when it’s achieved with a dose of fun. At Britton Falls, opportunities abound for exercising alone, in a group, or on a team.

Healthy choices

Britton Falls homeowners have a range of exercise options. Dance enthusiasts can find lessons in club dance, smooth dance and American Latin dance. Yoga, Zumba, tai chi and jazzercise classes are scheduled regularly at The Chateau. Given the community’s proximity to local courses and plenty of neighbors eager to play, golf also is another popular recreation. Walkers, runners and bikers can go solo at leisurely rates or keep pace in structured activities. Residents also flock to indoor and outdoor swimming pools and courts for tennis, basketball and bocce.

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Plenty of options

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Sherry and Doug Bingham enjoy playing pickleball, pingpong and tennis.

Mary Ann Bolinger favors aquatic sports such as water volleyball.

By design, Bob and Sandy Albregts reside close to the heart of the action. “We live near the tennis courts by choice,” Sandy said. “We enjoy the mixed tennis and we play separately, too.” The Albregts also golf often with fellow residents. They walk on the fitness center’s treadmills and outdoors through the neighborhood. They tried some new activities this summer, including bocce and pickleball. “It’s nice how active everyone is here,” Bob said. “Everybody seems to want to get out and meet each other. It’s refreshing.” Doug and Sherry Bingham also demonstrate how fitness enhances physical and emotional health. They have been married for 39 years and relocated to Britton Falls after Doug’s retirement six years ago. They typically undertake activities together and through their involvement have met neighbors who have become friends. “We can’t believe how busy we’ve become,” Sherry said. “We got into the bocce club right away. We play two or three times a week. It’s good exercise and a great way to meet new homeowners.” The Binghams work out daily in the fitness room and enjoy swimming — which they do frequently indoors

and out year round. Pickleball and pingpong also are high on their list. After a 30-year hiatus, they’ve even started playing tennis again. “The only exercise Doug and I got before we moved to Britton Falls was riding our bikes,” Sherry said. Britton Falls homeowners are encouraged to suggest new clubs or activities, and with so many dynamic people in one place, new ideas surface all the time. “One activity that is growing is the ladies water volleyball,” Sherry said. “I have watched them from the exercise room and they are having a blast. I plan to try it soon.” ■

Fitness enhances quality of life The 55-and-better set everywhere is making the most of their golden years by being physically fit. “A lot of people are interested in bettering their health,” said Karin Demo, Britton Falls’ on-site personal trainer. “They want to feel better as they perform their daily tasks, like walking up and down stairs and playing with their grandchildren. That’s where I come in.” Demo helps homeowners acclimate to the Britton Falls state-of-the-art fitness complex. She introduces them to exercise machines, checks their movements, and prescribes training programs to achieve their health goals. “Some residents have personal issues that I work on,” Demo said. “Others just need help getting started on the equipment. They all want to feel energetic and healthy.” Homeowner Diane Roberts frequently dons walking shoes and strides through Britton Falls’ neighborhoods. She paces herself according to where she is and knows when she hits the two-mile and three-mile marks. “The biggest asset about living here is that there’s always an activity going on,” she said. “I stay busy with my family in the area, so I have the best of both worlds. But I know many people who live away from their families, and they’ve connected with others here through the activities.” ■


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Family fun made easy

“Enjoy retirement so much. Almost every day I do one or more of the activities — golf, play pickleball, euchre or softball, or work out in the pool.”

Many Britton Falls homeowners moved there to be close to their grandchildren, and the community goes out of its way to welcome them with special events such as Easter egg hunts, pool parties and Halloween events. Both the indoor and outdoor pools offer blocks of time daily when grandchildren can swim with their grandparents. Dan and Harlene Mitchum even rented a portion of The Chateau for a very modest fee to host their grandson’s first birthday party. “The community provides numerous activities that are grandchild friendly,” Dan said. “Britton Falls recognizes that being close to our families is a big draw for many of us, and they take a proactive posture to making family-friendly things happen.” ■

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