- The Washington Times - Friday, July 24, 2009

Since 1997, Lennar Corp.’s Heritage Hunt active-adult community has transformed 800 acres of land in Gainesville from fields to a full-blown resort-style development with a golf course, clubs and 2,000 homes.

Restricted to households with residents age 55 and older, Heritage Hunt has countless planned activities, along with quiet places for residents to stroll, garden and admire the nature conservation areas.

The community is down to the final stages of development, with just 17 homesites available. These 17 sites are considered “premium” lots with golf course views or vistas of the community conservation sites. In addition to these single-family homesites, Lennar also offers condominiums at Heritage Hunt. Construction recently began on the final condominium building, where almost half the homes have been presold.

Residents at Heritage Hunt can take advantage of myriad on-site activities as well as a location 45 minutes from the cultural and entertainment amenities of downtown Washington. Located near Interstate 66, Interstate 81 and the Capital Beltway, Heritage Hunt provides easy access to shopping areas and other amenities in Northern Virginia.

All owners are members of the Heritage Hunt Golf and Country Club and can take advantage of two clubs with fitness centers, restaurants, a library and ballroom; indoor and outdoor swimming pools; lighted tennis courts; and the comfort of 24-hour gated security. Shuttle bus service is provided to Prince William Hospital.

The final few single-family homes, priced from the mid-$300,000s to the upper $400,000s, have 1,700 to 2,500 finished square feet, with a monthly homeowners association fee of $235. These homes have two or three bedrooms and two or three baths. The condominiums are priced from $192,000 to $290,000, with an additional monthly condominium fee of $280. Condominium owners also pay the homeowners association fee.

The single-family homes include low-maintenance exteriors; a first-floor master suite; hardwood floors in the foyer, kitchen and breakfast room; and a gourmet kitchen with Corian counters, a Corian sink, stainless steel appliances and undercabinet lighting. Additional standard features include 9-foot ceilings on the main level; coffered and vaulted ceilings; a gas fireplace with a remote control; ceramic tile floors in the baths; raised vanities and a soaking tub in the master bath; crown moldings; and a two-car garage.

The Boxwood model includes a multipurpose room off the foyer, an open great room and dining area - which is also open to the center-island kitchen - and a laundry room near the two-car garage. The master bedroom suite includes a walk-in closet and a luxury bath with a soaking tub, a separate shower and a double-sink vanity. The second bedroom has an adjacent full bath.

The Marjoram model has corner sunroom with two walls of windows, a formal dining room with a tray ceiling, a living room and a center-island kitchen with a breakfast area wrapped in two walls of windows. The first-floor master suite has two walk-in closets and a luxury bath with a soaking tub, a separate shower and a double-sink vanity. The second bedroom has an adjacent full bath. A laundry room is nearby. Upstairs are a loft and a third bedroom with an adjacent full bath.

For more information or directions to Heritage Hunt, call 877/765-2534 or visit www.lennar.com.

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