Built by both Heritage Development Group and Pond Place Development, Heritage Village provides residents with a variety of home models to choose from, all of which are surrounded by scenic natural ponds, rivers, and trails to enjoy. Additionally, the community offers a wide range of social excursions to participate in, meaning residents will have no problem making new friends.
Homes & Floor Plans
Heritage Village offers 2,580 spacious attached homes available on a resale basis. Each home was built between 1967 and 2005 and ranges from 955 to 1,689 square feet, Room-wise, each home includes one to three bedrooms, one to two-and-a-half bathrooms, and an attached one to two-car garage.
Built with open floor plans, homes include features like private patios and decks, storage spaces, and fully-equipped kitchens. In addition, most homes come with wood-burning fireplaces, wall-to-wall carpeting, ceramic bath tiles, and full appliances, including a dishwasher, a garbage disposal, and a washer and dryer.
Residents at Heritage Village will have access to a long list of top-notch amenities. The community features three activities buildings, an art studio, and a shop for woodworking and metalworking. Plus, there’s a state-of-the-art fitness center which comes with an indoor walking track, the latest fitness equipment, and four private swimming pools, including a heated Olympic-sized pool.
The main activities building features a 200-seat auditorium, where visitors can enjoy concerts, films, plays, and musicals. Or, if you’re in the mood for something a bit more relaxing, there’s The Fireside Lounge. A converted barn with a full kitchen, this space is a great location for meeting up with friends to hang out and enjoy each others company, all while relaxing by the fire.
The final building is Meeting House. Originally built in 1740, Meeting House was once the home of pianist and entertainer, Victor Borge. Now, the house is a tranquil spot that overlooks a small pond.
Heritage Village has just as much to offer outside. Residents can perfect their gardening skills and grow their own flowers and vegetables at the multi-acre garden that is next to the scenic Pomperaug River. For golfers, there’s both an 18-hole course and a challenging 9-hole course, meaning that regardless of your experience, golfers of all backgrounds can come out and enjoy the courses.
Heritage Village places high emphasis on its residents leading a socially stimulating lifestyle. This is achieved thanks to its offering of over 100 activities, clubs, and activities, all of which meet throughout the year. Of the many clubs, highlights include a reading club, music club, Jewish culture club, and a hiking club. Should your hobby not be included, you can always start your own club and share your passion with the rest of the community!
The Surrounding Area
Outside the community there is even more to explore. Close by there are plenty of cozy inns and unique shops, giving the area a small town atmosphere. If you’re feeling lucky, both the MGM Grand Casino at Foxwoods and Mohegan Sun Casino are close by and make for an exciting venture.
For further travel, the city of New Haven is about 20 miles east while Hartford is only a 40-minute drive away. Both are popular destinations, and are both cities that offer unique sights and destinations worth exploring, as well as high-end dining and entertainment options.
Filled with great amenities and activities, Heritage Village is a prime community to explore in Western Connecticut.