Golf communities aren’t appealing to millennials

canada goose Rich millennials are ditching the golf communities of their parents for a new kind of neighborhood Tanza Loudenback Oct. 30, 2017, 11:21 AM Millennials are saying “so long” to the country club and “hello” to the farm.Rancho Mission Viejo/FacebookA new type of housing community known as an “agrihood” is popping up around the US.Agrihoods are built around working farms and are replacing the golf communities once favored by baby boomers.There are about 150 agrihoods in the US and more in development. Millennials are saying “so long” to the country club and “hello” to the farm. Many so-called agrihoods

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