Built with the active adult in mind, Heritage at St. Charles offers the finest in Maryland Retirement Communities. Their neighborhoods offer quaint, lovely homes in a quiet setting—perfect for their homeowners who are 55 and up—with an emphasis on those who wish to remain as fabulous as they were in their youth.
Amenities to get up and moving are of upmost importance here, and Heritage offers no shortage of them: a state-of-the-art clubhouse, indoor pool, fitness center, walking and biking trails, serene golf courses, as well as numerous tennis courts offer residents a myriad to ways to get outside in the gorgeous Maryland weather—which is so known for its pleasant temperatures and vibrant blue skies.
Homes within Heritage at St. Charles feature an “everything’s included” building mantra, meaning that each home comes with luxurious features at no extra cost. Granite, hardwood, and stainless steel provide each room with a polished feeling, already included into the buying package—which begins in the low 300s. These single-family, two-garage homes seek to offer the owners comfort in the little things around the house, such as large walk-in closets, spacious baths, and soaking tubs.
Reaching past the boarders of Heritage, the lovely southern Maryland landscape offers all the entertainment of suburban Maryland along with the ever-busy Washington D.C. Located only eleven miles south of the Beltway, St. Charles is only a quick trip away from the nation’s capital, where there is always an adventure to be found.
For a day in the big city, visiting the nation’s most infamous landmarks—like the White House or Washington Memorial—is a wonderful way to spend the day. Restaurants are another worthy tour to take, considering D.C. is a place where renowned chefs congregate; its restaurants are varied, vast, and delicious. Museums are also plentiful in the D.C. area, with the Smithsonian Museums as world-class examples. With eleven Smithsonians to choose from—ranging in anything from the Air and Space Museum to the American Art History Museum—it can be hard to decide on where to spend the day browsing. If that all isn’t enough to satisfy even the most vigorous of the adventurers, D.C. has thousands of places to shop, from little antique stores to high-end clothing boutiques.
For a day away from the hustle and bustle, Maryland offers its own comforts. Within miles of Heritage at St. Charles are local parks, wildlife preserves, and waterfront views. Catching a Maryland Blue Crabs game is a simple, fun way to spend the day with family and friends.
For a neighborhood with a focus on active adults with a desire for both comfort and exploration—Heritage at St. Charles is a great place to look.