Sweeping Views from the Top of the Regency Tower
For Cathy and Alex Primm, the decision to downsize gave them a birds-eye view of the city.
By Krysten Muench
Cathy and Alex Primm love living in the heart of Springfield, and they wanted to remain close when it came time to downsize. As luck would have it, a brief inquiry about a balcony that overlooks Missouri State University’s campus would have them moving just down the street from their previous home and into a spacious apartment on the top floor of the Regency Tower, complete with not just one, but two balconies overlooking the city and neighborhood they love. Each view offers a different experience, providing the couple with the choice of the buzz of campus or a tranquil, treetop escape.
What to Consider When Downsizing
When the Primms found themselves tired of the lawn work required around their Rountree home, they knew it was time for a change. Cathy Primm offers some advice for others who might be considering a downsize.
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