Virginia Heritage and Fredericksburg, VA
Two minutes away from the useful Interstate 95, lays Virginia Heritage at Lee’s Park in Fredericksburg, Virginia. The small-town community atmosphere of Virginia Heritage allows for all the charm of being minutes away from our nation’s most historical landmarks, without sacrificing the amenities that come from large scale housing projects. This beautifully landscaped community allows for active adults to maintain a healthy lifestyle, with plenty of ways to relax and escape from the day’s stresses. The gate at the entrance is always functioning to greet all that are coming home and help make it one of the premier gated communities in Virginia.
The 16,000 foot clubhouse provides an excellent place for neighbors to gather and mingle about all of Virginia Heritage’s activities such as taking a dip in the indoor and outdoor pools, breathing Virginia’s crisp air on the scenic walking trails, or trying a hand at sports on either the tennis or bocce courts provided for all members. It’s serves as the social hub of the town, with the lovely Community Center serving as another place for neighbors to gather and discuss all the comings and goings of Virginia Heritage, while sharing a laugh. Pool tables, card tables, and a luxurious interior atmosphere work to foster a real feeling of home everywhere within Virginia Heritage.
Healthcare is a huge draw for current members of Virginia Heritage, and a focus of the community, as it is located near the Mary Washington Hospital, the Spotsylvania Hospital, and the VCG Health System. Shopping is also available right around the corner with the popular Central Park Shopping Center, Cosner’s Corner, and Old Town Fredericksburg.
But that’s just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to Fredericksburg, Virginia, which developed as the frontier of colonial Virginia. The land the city was founded on was part of a tract patented in 1671. The city is closely related with First President, George Washington, whose family lived there for much of their lives. Thomas Jefferson also had a personal bond with the city, writing the Virginia Statue for Religious Freedom there.
The rich history has made sure that Fredericksburg is bustling with culture even in the twenty-first century. Battlefield memorials, Civil War battlefields, museums, fine dining, and historic churches keep citizens and visitors busy and constantly learning something new about America.
This is all within moments of Virginia Heritage, allowing it’s patrons to experience all the best Virginia has to offer—while giving a safe, lovely, well-planned neighborhood to come home to.