Peconic Landing was very beautiful. They had separate houses and apartments, a medical facility on the premises, and a gorgeous clubhouse on the water with a private beach, pool, and a restaurant that is absolutely incredible. Someone even comes to clean your house. They have everything you could possibly need, but the problem was you have to be able to show them that you have enough money available to be able to pay them until you're 100 years old. I had enough money to last me into my 90s, but I didn't have enough to last me until I was 100, so they turned me down. I was ready to move right away. I had the down payment and everything lined up, but I thought that was rather ridiculous. That's my only complaint about them. Otherwise, the place was absolutely beautiful. It's like a little country village with rooms for assisted living, apartments of all sizes, and separate cottages with private yards and landscaping. If you're the kind of person like me who needs your own home and you don't want to be in an apartment, they have that available.