Shenandoah is a premier gated community for active adults located between Front Royal and Winchester, Virginia. Developed by the Oxbridge Group, this 942 acre gated community features breathtaking views of the Blue Ridge and Allegheny Mountains, access to Lake Frederick, and miles of natural woodlands offer active adults plenty of enjoyment.
This 55 and over gated community will have 2,130 custom homes. Homes constructed under Phase One will include lakeside, lake view, and mountain view single family homes. Town homes and condominiums will be available in future construction phases.
Shenandoah has many amenities that residents will enjoy. The 35,000 square foot clubhouse and exercise center will have a media center, library, activity rooms, casual and formal dining, bar, lounge, and an active social club.
Adults into physical fitness will love the exercise center that features both strength and cardio machines. Fitness trainers offer classes in Pilate’s, aerobics, and yoga Tennis players can challenge one another on the tennis courts. Swimmers can take a swim or relax by either the indoor or outdoor pool. Swimming lessons are also available.
One of Virginia’s most beautiful lakes is Lake Frederick. This natural lake is great for boating and fishing. There is a wide variety of fish such as Largemouth Bass, Bluegill, Red Ear sunfish, Black Crappie, Channel Catfish, Walleye and Northern Pike in the lake. The community has dock and boat access to the lake as well as many piers suitable for fishing.
The community offers an extensive network of lakeside trails and beautiful woodlands and wetlands that make great spots for picnics in the lakeside pavilions.
Other area activities include six area golf courses within a short drive of the community, wineries, parks, museums, and historic battlefields. Area colleges and hospitals are also close by. Washington D.C. is located just 90 minutes away.
With an age restriction of 55 or older, you are sure to find like minded people and forge new friendships with other residents. Children are allowed to visit, but no one’ or younger is allowed to reside in the community permanently.