Celebrate in Fredericksburg, Virginia is a popular East Coast 55+ active adult community. Builder Del Webb, which broke ground on this community in 2008, plans to construct 1,100 single-family homes upon completion. A variety of new and resale homes for sale and world-class amenities make Celebrate a top Virginia active adult community.
Single-family homes range from 1,399 to 3,338 square feet on one or two levels with two to five bedrooms, two to four bathrooms, and attached two-car garages. Optional dens provide extra living space. Celebrate’s thoughtfully designed homes offer many features that will appeal to discerning homeowners. Optional features such as gourmet kitchens offer 42-inch Bruce birch cabinets, Corian countertops with integrated double bowl sinks, and 12 x 12-inch ceramic floor tiles.
These NAHB certified green homes also include many energy efficient features, including Energy Star certified appliances. Many homes also feature open floor plans, walk-in closets, and covered front porches for luxurious and comfortable living.
Professional Realtor Pat McCord, with Long and Foster Real Estate Company, asserts, “It is all about lifestyle, community, and time. If you are looking for a small community feeling with it expanding over the next several years as they build out, Celebrate is for you!”
She notes, “The amenities include a clubhouse with indoor pool and scads of space for socials, cards, billiards plus a fitness center to help you ‘build up’ your energy level so you can participate in all of the activities. The outdoor pool and tennis courts were recently completed in 2011.”
Celebrate’s location in Fredericksburg puts it in an area with many historic places, including several Civil War battlefields and the boyhood home of George Washington. The community’s residents have nearby shopping centers, restaurants, and the Mary Washington Hospital, an acute care facility with over 400 beds.
Virginia’s capital city Richmond is a one-hour drive to the south. Washington, D.C. is about one hour north of Fredericksburg. The nation’s capital has unique buildings, monuments, entertainment venues to suit all tastes, museums such as the world-famous Smithsonian, and fine dining and ethnic restaurants.