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The 22,000-square-foot Heritage Hunt Clubhouse is home to most of the community's amenities and social activities.

Heritage Hunt in Gainesville, Virginia, is situated 30 miles west of Washington D.C. This upscale, gated, active adult community has 1,850 homes built by Lennar between 1998 and 2009. Attached and detached models include over 30 different floor plan designs in single-family homes, attached homes, and condominiums.

Residences

Single-family homes feature architectural elements including tray ceilings, gas fireplaces, and freestanding columns. Some models have optional basements, sunrooms, or porches. Garden-style condominiums are available in seven different floor plans with two or three bedrooms and two bathrooms. Plans in all houses include gourmet kitchens and fireplaces. The larger models may also include a library and breakfast room.

Amenities

Heritage Hunt offers three large clubhouses. Heritage Hunt Clubhouse has a ballroom, restaurant, billiards, card and activities rooms, lounge, and golf pro shop. The Fitness and Aquatic Center contains an indoor swimming pool, high-end fitness center, and an aerobics studio. The facility also has an outdoor pool and spa for warmer days. The Marsh Mansion, a historic building built by Colonel John Marsh, provides banquet facilities, a golfers’ grill, library, billiards room, and meeting rooms.

The Heritage Hunt Golf Course, designed by Arthur Hills, offers residents 18 holes to challenge players of all skill levels. Residents can choose to participate in dozens of activity clubs, from quilting and cooking to photography and computer groups. The card clubs and theatre and fine arts groups are highly active as well.

Location

Attractions close to home include a range of entertainment events found at Jiffy Lube Live Ampitheater and Wolf Trap Center for the Performing Arts. Shopping and dining are available in Old Town Manassas at Fair Oaks Mall, and in an outlet center at Potomac Mills. Hospitals are close to home, as are George Mason University and Northern Virginia Community College.

“Heritage Hunt Community,” enthuses Bill Denny, a local real estate professional, ”is a gated golf course active adult community located just off Route 66 within 40 minutes of Washington D.C. A wide variety of one-, two- and three-level floor plans are available, many backing up to the beautiful golf course. Heritage Hunt arranges frequent outings for the residents to go shopping. I feel my clients who purchase in Heritage Hunt are buying a home that will be a tremendous investment over time because of the top notch product, community, and wonderful location."

Just a short drive from the nation’s capital, Heritage Hunt provides residents with the opportunity to experience unequaled historical treasures and entertainment venues in their own backyard.