Herndon, Virginia, is a great place to retire. With a low poverty rate, high property values, and exceptional quality of life, more and more seniors are flocking to this temperate region. Herndon’s springs boast colorful blossoms and luscious trees. The summer is warm but not scorching, and the cool season is relatively mild, usually with just one or two snowfalls.
On the evening of November 28th a sheep family was torn apart. It is very sad to report that Momma Mo was taken from the front pasture at Arbor Terrace of Herndon. It was reported by Maintenance Director Scott J. around 10:30 pm. "Did someone move the sheep?" he wrote in an email to the Arbor management team. "Nope not me, is it not there? Julie responded. "Oh no...don't tell me what I think you're about to tell me" replied Michele the Business Manager and also the biggest fan of our sheep.
Senior living in Herndon, Virginia, offers the best of all worlds. You’ll enjoy life in the much-coveted Fairfax County, Virginia. You’ll have ready access to D.C., without all the traffic that comes with living in the District. And perhaps best of all, you won’t have to worry about the seemingly endless demands of homeownership. If you’re considering a switch to a more carefree retirement, here’s what you should know about independent living—and what you can expect from the transition.