- The Washington Times - Wednesday, March 29, 2006

Lee’s Parke, a planned community in Fredericksburg, is now home to Virginia Heritage at Lee’s Parke, an active adult community for households with at least one member 55 or older.

NVHomes, Lennar Corp. and Ryan Homes are all building single-family homes within the gated Virginia Heritage community.

Lee’s Parke features myriad recreational amenities, access to shopping and entertainment and the nearby attractions of Old Town Fredericksburg, along with a location one mile from Interstate 95 and 35 miles from the Capital Beltway.

Several golf courses are near Virginia Heritage. Residents will be able to take advantage of social and physical activities planned by a full-time activities director who will coordinate reading, quilting and bridge clubs, line-dancing groups, gardening clubs and games.

The clubhouse and aquatic center will include indoor and outdoor swimming pools, tennis courts and a fitness center. A ballroom, lounge, billiards room and card rooms will all be part of the clubhouse.

Ryan Homes is offering five models at Virginia Heritage, each with a first-floor master suite. The homes are priced from $349,990 to $479,990, and each has beaded vinyl siding, professional landscaping and a two-car garage. The homes have six-panel Colonial-style doors, decorative light fixtures, 9-foot ceilings, gas heat and 42-inch oak cabinets, a pantry and recessed lighting in the kitchen.

The Springbrook model, priced from $439,990, features a formal dining room off the foyer with a central staircase leading to the lower level and to the upper level if buyers opt for adding one.

The main level has a kitchen with a breakfast bar that opens onto the corner great room. Adjacent to the kitchen is a breakfast area for casual dining. Buyers can add an extension, a fireplace, an entertainment alcove and extra windows to the great room.

The breakfast area can be extended, and a patio door can be added along with a morning room addition with a cathedral ceiling and skylights. Buyers also can opt for a screened porch in place of the morning room.

The formal dining room can be reconfigured as a study with glass French doors.

The main-level master bedroom has two walk-in closets and a private full bath with an oversized shower with a seat and a double-sink vanity. Buyers can add a tray ceiling to the bedroom and an upgraded master bath with a soaking tub in addition to the shower.

Near the master bedroom are a laundry room, a closet and a door to the garage.

Two more bedrooms are located on this level, on the opposite side of the foyer to afford maximum privacy for the master bedroom. The second bedroom has a cathedral ceiling, and they share a full bath off the hall.

The lower level includes multiple storage rooms, with the option to finish these rooms as a recreation room, a media room and an exercise room.

Buyers also can finish a second level with a bonus room offering attic access and including a sloped ceiling. For more living space, a fourth bedroom with a sloped ceiling and a private full bath can be finished in addition to the bonus room.

Call 540/834-5570 or visit www.ryanhomes.com.

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