Lee’s Parke, in beautiful Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania County, is a master planned community made up of over 2,000 homes. Just minutes away from Interstate 95, close to great shopping and entertainment, and filled with community amenities, it is a great place to call home.
There are three distinct neighborhoods in Lees Parke: (1) Estates of Lee’s Parke (single family homes on larger lots), the Falls at Lee’s Parke (single family colonial homes), and Virginia Heritage (55+ active adult homes) with separate recreational facilities. Amenities include a community center, swimming pool, athletic courts and 5 miles of walking/jogging trails. The quiet and tranquil community is truly one-of-a-kind in the city.
Shopping and Entertainment
Nearby the community are great options for entertainment and shopping including Cosner’s Corner Shopping Center with movie theatre, Panera Bread, Hallmark, and Kohls. Additionally, the historic downtown district of Fredericksburg is filled with unique recreational options, such as antique shopping and carriage rides. Considering Fredericksburg is so close to nearby cities of Stafford, Dumfries, and Woodbridge, the choices are endless.
The Virginia Railway Express (VRE) commuter train station is just minutes away making Lees Parke an ideal location for commuters wishing to avoid the hassle of driving into Washington, D.C. Trains run regularly from Monday to Friday from Stafford to Washington, D.C. See train schedule here.
More About the City
The City of Fredericksburg is known for its history and unique charm. Established in 1728, it was named for Frederick, Prince of Wales (1707-51), eldest son of King George II of Great Britain and father of King George III. Today, many of its streets still bear the names of members of the British royal family. Historic Fredericksburg is often filled with residents and visitors wishing to visit Belvedere Plantation, a real working farm, the National Museum of the Marine Corps, and Potomac Point Winery.
These are just some of the great aspects of the City of Fredericksburg. I would love to hear what you enjoy about this great place.