Fredericksburg is home to a quaint, historic downtown and a few good 55+ communtiies.

Fredericksburg is a historic city south of Washington, D.C. along the Interstate 95 corridor. Recently, the University of Virginia reported that many adults over 55 are moving to Virginia cities like Fredericksburg.

With easy access to the nation’s capital and nicely situated in the Mid-Atlantic, Fredericksburg offers a historic downtown district with many amenities. Partially due to the fact that it is a college town and home to Mary Washington University, residents can enjoy both great food and culture, plus easy access to quality health care and transportation.

Fredericksburg is home to 9 active adult communities, here is a look at four.

Celebrate

Mid $200s - Mid $400s

Celebrate is a large, resort-style community. Currently, Del Webb offers both new homes and homes for resale. Prospective residents can choose from both single-family and attached homes, which range from 1,340 to 2,860 square feet. The community is in a wooded area west of downtown Fredericksburg, near the Cannon Ridge Golf Course.

The 30,800 square-foot clubhouse called the Riverside Lodge includes a state-of-the-art fitness center, indoor pool, walking track, and dance studio. Outside, residents can enjoy the pool, tennis courts, putting green, and garden plots. Clubs and activities provide residents a time to learn, get to know each other, and find new hobbies.

Virginia Heritage at Lees Parke

High $200s - Low $400s

Virginia Heritage at Lees Parke offers residents an old charm in the southern city. The 795 homes center around a clubhouse that looks like a Colonial mansion. The Heritage Club includes an indoor pool, fitness center, dance studio, crafts studio, card room, woodworking shop, ballroom, and lounge. Residents take advantage of this space to meet for clubs and special events. Outside the clubhouse, residents can enjoy the verdant landscapes of the community, the outdoor pool, tennis courts, and bocce ball courts.

The community is still growing, and Lennar is building new homes, while older homes are still offered for resale. Virginia Heritage is exclusively made up of single-family homes that range from 1360 to 2800 square feet.

Falls Run

Low $200s - Mid $400s

Falls Run is a community of 781 homes built by Del Webb between 2002 and 2005. The homes are now offered for resale. Single-family and attached homes range from two to three bedrooms, all with a garage. The amenities at Falls Run include the country-club lifestyle many active adults choose for their age-restricted community of choice.

The clubhouse includes meeting rooms, a ballroom, a fire-side lounge and library, and card room, as well as an indoor pool and spa and fitness center. Outside, residents can enjoy the outdoor pool and patio, tennis courts, bocce ball courts, and walking and biking trails. While Frederick is not far, residents can socialize within the community at the over 50 clubs and groups the community offers.  

River Crossing at Spring Arbor

High $200s - Mid $300s

River Crossing at Spring Arbor is a unique community among those in Fredericksburg. Currently being developed by Ryan Homes, this intimate neighborhood will only include 63 homes. The single-family and attached homes can have between two and three bedrooms, including a den.

These age-restricted homes feel more like a neighborhood, and there is no clubhouse or on-site amenities. However, residents are within a five minute walk of shopping, restaurants, and big box stores, and within a short drive to all Fredericksburg has to offer.