Trilogy® at Lake Frederick in the Washington Post
“As soon as we saw the Blue Ridge Mountains, we knew. If you had a hard day, you don’t have it here. Everything just drains away.”
Those are the words of a Member of Trilogy® at Lake Frederick, which was recently featured in the Washington Post. The piece highlights the area’s 117-acre lake, stocked with largemouth bass, bluegill, channel catfish, and northern pike; social groups that regularly meet at the Shenandoah Lodge & Athletic Club; and fine dining at the on-site farm-to-table Region’s 117 restaurant, including a chef’s garden with red currant, blackberry, and blueberry bushes, among other amenities.
As the Post notes, the homes at Trilogy at Lake Frederick come in four architectural styles — Craftsman, Ranch, Vineyard and Cape Cod — with seven possible floor plans. Ceilings are nine or 10 feet high, depending on the model. One feature we’re particularly proud of: how the floorplan of every Trilogy home sold includes covered outdoor space, so that residents can enjoy their own slice of the Shenandoah Valley.
Trilogy at Lake Frederick is an exclusive and upscale 55+ active lifestyle resort community in Northern Virginia, just 90 minutes from Washington, D.C. You can explore many of the house models online through Trilogy’s virtual tour.
A special thanks to Audrey Hoffer and the Washington Post for truly capturing what makes Trilogy at Lake Frederick such a special place to live.
If you haven’t read the piece already, you can read it online at: https://wapo.st/2Ry9T7H.
Sales and Construction: Shea Homes Limited Partnership (#2705152813). Homes at Trilogy at Lake Frederick are intended for occupancy by at least one person 55 years or older, with certain exceptions for younger persons as provided by law and the governing covenants, conditions and restrictions. This is not an offer of real estate for sale, or a solicitation of an offer to buy, to residents of any state or province in which registration and other legal requirements have not been fulfilled. Trademarks are property of their respective owners. Equal Housing Opportunity.