Set in historic Prince William County, Heritage Hunt offers country club living just 30 miles west of Washington D.C. This beautiful community welcomes active adults aged 55 or better with a total of 1,863 single-family and attached residences. When it comes to activities, Heritage Hunt covers many diverse interests with three spacious clubhouses, an 18-hole golf course and a variety of outdoor recreations.
Heritage Hunt sprawls across 750 acres of natural landscaping in the beautiful city of Gainesville. The gated community is designed for residents aged 55+, although 20 percent of the community can include residents aged 50 to 54. The lovely setting is close to the Conway Robinson Memorial State Forest and Manassas National Battlefield Park as well as several retail centers, restaurants and other services.
Resort-style amenities abound at Heritage Hunt Golf and Country Club. Golfers can enjoy a challenging game on a course designed by Arthur Hills or stock up on supplies at the golf pro shop. Other outdoor amenities include a putting and chipping green, lighted tennis courts, bocce ball courts and scenic walking paths. Heritage Hunt supports many other activities as well. There are hobby and game rooms, a library, lounge areas, a grand ballroom and various meeting rooms.
The Fitness and Aquatics Center is a perfect place to stay in shape with cardiovascular and strength-training equipment, an aerobics studio and an indoor lap pool. Swimmers can also enjoy seasonal access to the outdoor pool and spa. With three spacious clubhouses, the community has plenty of room for its numerous special-interest groups and social clubs. Nearly any hobby you can imagine is covered at Heritage Hunt.
There are groups for knitters, quilters, hikers, gardeners, tap dancers, singers, photographers and much more. There are discussion groups, social clubs and fitness circles.
The Heritage Hunt Golf and Country Club also offers a casually elegant restaurant where members and residents can meet for lunch, dinner, happy hour and Sunday brunch. This popular restaurant welcomes walk-ins, though reservations are encouraged, especially for Sunday brunch and holiday events.
While the amenities at Heritage Hunt are sure to catch the attention of potential residents, homebuyers will also be impressed with the community’s diverse resale homes. There are over 30 different floor plans in the community including garden-style condominiums, single-family homes and attached homes.
The community’s single-family models include one to four bedrooms, two to three bathrooms and two-car garages. Most feature open floor plans and many have design elements like tray ceilings, gas fireplaces and gourmet kitchens. Some also boast options like sunrooms, porches, basements or second-story lofts.
Attached homes are spacious with two-car garages, three bathrooms and either four bedrooms or three bedrooms with a den. With its luxurious homes, diverse social clubs and exciting amenities, it’s easy to see why Heritage Hunt is a popular Northern Virginia retirement destination.