Lumberton

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Located halfway between New York and Florida on Interstate 95 off exits 17-22, Lumberton offers fun, opportunities and conveniences for potential retirees at an affordable cost. A few great reasons to retire in Lumberton are its moderate climate, affordable housing, inexpensive cost of living, lower taxes, and outstanding medical care. Average sale price of a single family home is $120,000 for the City of Lumberton and $101,970 for Robeson County.

Within an hour's drive around the circumference of Lumberton, potential residents will find a vast assortment of cultural activities in the areas of arts, music, theatres and more. Historic properties and museums are located in all directions, and festivals and events are held in nearly every nearby community. From boating or fishing, playing golf or tennis, swimming or walking, recreational sites and facilities abound.

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Health care facilities, housing and other services pertinent to potential residents who are 55+ are available in Lumberton, which also features great access and nearness to the beach and mountains. Interstate 74 traverses North Carolina from the coast to the mountains and intersects I-95 just south of the city. Highway 211 runs through Lumberton and connects to Pinehurst, as well as the coast. Fayetteville Regional Airport can be reached in 30 minutes and Raleigh-Durham International Airport can be reached in 90 minutes, both via interstate. Lumberton has a municipal airport for smaller aircraft.

In 2010, the North Carolina Legislature designated Lumberton as the first Certified Retirement Community in the state. Lumberton invites you to come for a visit or a lifetime. Read more about Lumberton at www.ci.lumberton.nc.us, www.welcometolumberton.com and www.lumbertonchamber.com.

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Latitude: 34° 37' 5.592" / Longitude: -79° 0' 31.1106"

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