Virginia Heritage at Lee’s Parke
Virginia Heritage at Lee's Parke is an active adult community located in Fredericksburg, Virginia. Lee's Parke is a master-planned community with a gated entry, with Virginia Heritage claiming 416 adjacent acres for its own separate 55+ community. Virginia Heritage offers its own clubhouse, which serves as the community focus for its residents.
Set among the gently rolling Virginia countryside, Virginia Heritage at Lee's Parke offers historic, small town charm combined with all the metropolitan conveniences that the Fredericksburg area has to offer. The close proximity of the Rappahannock River and nearby Lake Anna creates an abundance of boating, fishing, and beach activities. Virginia Heritage at Lee's Parke is also close to the Fredericksburg Country Club Golf Course.
Virginia Heritage at Lee's Parke Amenities
The recently renovated 16,000 square-foot clubhouse offers a variety of great amenities. Residents can make full use of the modern fitness center with aerobics studio and indoor pool to stay in shape. A fully appointed library and a billiards area allow for some rest and relaxation. Internet-ready computers allow residents to stay connected and take care of business as needed. Hobbyists will enjoy the card room, arts and crafts areas, and the woodworking shop. The Heritage clubhouse also features a ballroom, which is the perfect space for organized and social events. Outdoors, residents can practice on one of the tennis or bocce ball courts, take a refreshing dip in the outdoor swimming pool, or enjoy a leisurely stroll on the walking and biking trails.
Virginia Heritage at Lee's Parke Homes & Real Estate
Construction of Virginia Heritage at Lee's Parke began in 2005. All homes within are the community are low-maintenance and come in a variety of sizes with first-floor master suites.
Lennar Homes offers three model collections from which to choose. The Cottages contain two models that offer between 1,366 and 1,936 square feet of living space with two to three bedrooms, two to three bathrooms, and an attached two-car garage. The Manors collection features four models between 1,831 and 2,379 square feet with two to three bedrooms, two to four bathrooms, and an attached two-car garage. The Plantations collection offers the largest homes in the community with 2,215 to 2,816 square feet with at least three bedrooms, two-and-and-a-half bathrooms, and an attached two or three-car garage.
There are also homes that were originally built by D.R. Horton available in the community on a resale-only basis. They are single-family homes that are between 2,057 and 2,505 square feet in size with at least three bedrooms, two to four bathrooms, and an attached two-car garage.
Virginia Heritage at Lee's Parke Lifestyle
Active adults at Virginia Heritage at Lee's Parke enjoy living in a modern, social community with great scenic backdrops that are developed by respectable homebuilders. Residents at Virginia Heritage get the best of both worlds - old and new. This 55 and over community is in close proximity to the greatest collection of beautifully restored 18th century homes in Old Town Fredericksburg.
On-site, residents get to enjoy a variety of activities, amenities and recreation at the fabulous Heritage Club. A full-time activities director assists in keeping the social calendar filled. There are also a variety of established clubs residents can join, or they can start their own. Some of the existing clubs are pinochle, art club, writers club, Mexican dominoes, history club, quilting bee, karaoke, potluck, lunch group, and book club.
Just minutes from Virginia Heritage at Lee's Parke is historic Old Town Fredericksburg. While walking the tree-lined streets, residents can discover great restaurants, entertainment, exciting boutiques and shops, as well as nationally known retailers. Fredericksburg, Virginia also offers excellent healthcare - especially at the state-of-the-art Mary Washington Hospital. It also offers great education, for example at the prestigious Mary Washington University, which also offers cultural events.
The vibrant metropolis of Washington D.C. is only a 45-minute drive from Virginia Heritage. A 45-minute drive to the south will take residents to Richmond. Both cities have international airports, as well as lots of cultural attractions and historic sites. The majestic Blue Ridge Mountains beckon two hours west of Fredericksburg and make for a great scenic destination during all four seasons of the year.
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Virginia Heritage at Lee’s Parke Amenities
There are plenty of activities available in Virginia Heritage at Lee’s Parke. Here is a sample of some of the clubs, activities and classes offered here.
- Clubhouse/Amenity Center
- Fitness Center
- Indoor Pool
- Outdoor Pool
- Aerobics & Dance Studio
- Card Room
- Arts & Crafts Studio
- Woodworking Shop
- Walking & Biking Trails
- Tennis Courts
- Bocce Ball Courts
Virginia Heritage at Lee's Parke Clubs, Groups, Activities & Classes
There are plenty of activities available in Virginia Heritage at Lee's Parke. Here is a sample of some of the clubs, activities and classes offered here.
- Advanced Canasta
- Art Club
- Bid Whist Spades
- Bocce Ball
- Book Club
- Day Trip Club
- Double Deck
- Duplicate Bridge
- Fitness Classes
- Garden Club
- Golf Groups
- History Club
- Ladies' Bridge
- Lunch Group
- Meet and Greet Coffee
- Men's Poker
- Mexican Dominoes
- Movie Nights
- Quilting Bee Club
- Rummy 500
- Sew Be It Quilters
- Sparetime Singers
- Tai Chi
- Texas Hold 'Em
- Walking Groups
- Water Aerobics
- Wine Wednesday
- Woodworking Club
Virginia Heritage at Lee’s Parke Reviews (6)
Average Rating for this Community
Great, beautiful, community. Many talented residents involved in committees. I feel at home here.
i have lived in the community for 2.5 years - it is a great place - very quiet and very safe - the neighbors keep their homes and yards meticulous - and minutes away from 2 great hospitals - as well as every restaurant you could want - and the clubhouse is very nice - a previous poster stated that they felt the clubhouse would be too small for the number of residents - i play tennis there often - and see the clubhouse is never overcrowded - this is 55 and older community - many do not use the clubhouse at all (2 pools / hot tub / really nice exercise room / nice billiard room with regulation tables / other stuff) - would highly recommend this place to anyone looking for easy living.......
I have looked at all the 55+ communities over the past 1 1/2 years and will eventually be moving to the area. Our present community is on Queens Lake, Queens Creek which will take you out to the York River. All our pools are on the outside, but the Community Center right next to the pools overlooking the Queens Creek & York River is not all that large, may hold a 100 fold-up+ folding chairs, has a kitchen and only is is a rare occasion that we have even that large of crowds. It's not a 55+ community, but would say it is at least one/third retirees of a community of 575 homes. When we know there will be a large crowd, we simply use the OL Middle School, which is just out of the community. The community has a Marina, Tennis Courts, Club House, Olympic size pool and a large lap pool, pool house and children's playground, and all are connected. Of all the communities we have looked at in Fredericksburg, we prefer Virginia Heritage, especially the older homes, but all the homes are really lovely. All those I have met are very friendly. True 55+ have a lot more individual clubs directed for 55+ than ours, but it would not stop me from buying in the community. The Club House and pools are lovely.
We have lived here for 3 years and find the community to be a great place to live. Good management in place, friendly people and a sense of pride for the community. The Clubhouse at some times is too small but that issue is being reviewed and accessed.
It's interesting to hear the previous poster feels the clubhouse is too small. We were out looking at homes here over the weekend and I never would have thought about that. It seemed huge at the time but I guess once you have all the homes built and more people living there, maybe it won't work as well? I would have to assume the builder knows how large of a facility to build to accommodate the size of the community. Even so the clubhouse is very nice. We liked that it is a gated neighborhood and the location is perfect for us. The homes seem nice and the people we met there were very friendly. Looks like we have a big decision ahead of us!
Very friendly community. EXCELLENT SOCIAL DIRECTOR AND MANAGER. Presently, there are approximately 400 families in the subdivision. At some events the clubhouse is not large enough to accommodate all who wish to attend some events. When all of the approximately 800 units are completed, the clubhouse will definitely not be able to accommodate the community. The primary builder who is in charge is not interested in increasing the size of the clubhouse. They are more interested in beautifying the present clubhouse in order to sell homes faster.
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