Shady Grove Active Adult Community

Community completed in October 2015

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About Shady Grove Active Adult Community

Where do you find a small, quiet island of tranquility located within walking distance of great restaurants and shops and freeway-close to all of Southern California? Shady Grove is a unique Active Adult community located within the vibrant master-planned Dos Lagos development. This gated "village" of only 112 condominium homes has been carefully designed by award-winning architect Robert Hidey and incorporates architectural details not usually seen in homes of this size. The attractive one, two and three-bedroom homes include a variety of features and can be customized to reflect your taste and lifestyle. Each one or two-story home has an attached garage and a private patio or deck. Paths within the community provide easy access to the private clubhouse and pool area. The large clubhouse has a homey feel with a fireplace, comfortable sofas and a full-sized pool table. Watch a movie with your friends on the big-screen TV. And reserve the clubhouse for your next family gathering. The big kitchen and attached patios can accommodate everyone! The delightful pool and spa are heated year-round, and the surrounding cabanas provide a shady spot to relax. The pool is perfect for water aerobics, swimming laps and playing in the pool with visiting grandchildren. Wonderful restaurants and shops are just across the street at the beautiful Promenade Shops at Dos Lagos. In the summer, meet your friends for a great meal and enjoy the free concerts at the amphitheater. Check out the new foods at Trader Joe's and the new fashions from Chico's, Ann Taylor and Coldwater Creek. Stroll across the bridge and watch the ducks swimming on the lakes. Play a round at one of the local golf courses. If you need to travel, the rest of Southern California is freeway close. But why would you want to leave?