- - Thursday, October 27, 2011

If peaceful mountain views, golf courses and an abundance of vineyards are part of your retirement dream, you may want to consider Heritage Highlands in Lovettsville, Va.

Lennar is building 80 duplex homes in this active-adult community, where residents must be 55 or older.

While the community plans include a state-of-the-art community center with meeting rooms, a kitchen and a fitness center, residents also can use the community’s walking trails to stay physically fit and enjoy the homes’ natural surroundings.

Loudoun County boasts numerous vineyards, golf courses and parks, and West Virginia’s Harpers Ferry National Park is seven miles away. Residents of Heritage Highlands can find myriad shops and restaurants nearby in Lovettsville Town Center, Purcellville and Leesburg, Va., and Brunswick, Md. The MARC train in Brunswick is three miles from the community and allows quick access to downtown Washington.

The duplex homes at Heritage Highlands, base-priced from $269,990 to $275,990, have two bedrooms, two full baths and a powder room. Homeowner association fees are $107 per month. Lennar is offering $5,000 in closing-cost assistance with the use of the preferred lender and title company.

Each of the two models has a one- or two-car garage, professionally coordinated exterior colors with low-maintenance vinyl siding and stone or brick detailing, and professional landscaping with a fully sodded yard.

Inside, the homes have hardwood flooring in the foyer, kitchen and breakfast area, 9-foot ceilings on the main level, a volume ceiling in the living room, a fireplace with a fan and remote control, crown and chair-rail molding, recessed lighting, satin-nickel lever door handles, and pre-wiring for ceiling fans. Each home has 36- and 42-inch maple cabinets and granite counters in the kitchen, ceramic tile flooring in all the baths and a luxury master bath with an oversized shower and a granite top on the vanity.

The Saxony model, priced from $269,990, has a two-car garage. This two-level home has a covered front entrance with columns and a foyer that opens into the two-story living room. The living room has a corner fireplace and columns that flank the entrance to the formal dining room.

Across the back of this level are a breakfast area with two walls of windows, a kitchen and a combined mudroom and laundry room with a pantry.

The main level also has a master-bedroom suite with a walk-in closet, a linen closet and a luxury bath with an oversized shower with a seat and a double-sink vanity. Nearby are a second bedroom and a powder room.

Upstairs are a loft, a second full bath and a storage room.

The Ashcroft model, priced from $275,990, has a covered front porch, a screened-in porch and a one-car garage with storage space. This home has a foyer with a knee wall and an entrance into the open two-story living and dining room, which has a wall of windows and a corner fireplace.

The main level includes an open kitchen and breakfast area with a sliding glass door to the screened-in porch. Nearby are a pantry and a laundry room.

This level also has a powder room, a den with two closets and a master suite with a bedroom, a walk-in closet and a luxury bath with a soaking tub, a separate shower and a double-sink vanity.

Upstairs are a bonus room with a closet, a storage closet, a full bath and a second bedroom.

For information or directions to Heritage Highlands, contact new home consultant Judy Gilmore at 540/822-9792 or 877/786-5366 or visit Lennar” href=”http://www.Lennar.com” target=”_blank”>www.Lennar.com.

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