Here’s an ad from Harper’s Magazine (not a cheap media buy) that seems to go out of its way to confuse the reader.
Is the man on the bike an “incomparable senior” who happens to be living in Pennsylvania? Or, as the client hoped, is this about a senior living facility in Pennsylvania that just happens to be incomparable?
This is ambiguity as its finest.
Furthermore, “incomparable” is a lazy adjective that really adds nothing to the subject. All things can be compared to other things if you have the imagination and language skills.
Could Pennswood Village not be compared to a five-star resort or Disney World or Heaven or a metaphysical state of some kind?
Clarity is king when it comes to writing good content. Fight ambiguity. Hire John the Writer.