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Trilogy® at Lake Frederick Information
In the market for a new home in Lake Frederick, VA? If so, take a moment to view Trilogy® at Lake Frederick from Shea Homes. This single-family home neighborhood features floorplans with 1,762-5,680 Sq. Ft., 2-3 Bedrooms, and 2-3 Bathrooms. You can own a house in this development today priced from $339,990. Stop by our model showroom during normal business hours to see each of these homes in person.
From the Builder
On the wooded shores of Lake Frederick, in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, discover Trilogy® at Lake Frederick, a vibrant 55+ community surrounded by natural beauty. The Shenandoah Lodge & Athletic Club is the community centerpiece, with world-class amenities, an award-winning farm-to-table restaurant, and unique spaces that bring neighbors together to pursue their passions. Just about 20 miles from the eclectic shops and restaurants of charming Winchester, and approximately a 90-minute drive to D.C., this location is city close and country quiet.
Trilogy at Lake Frederick has a variety of home styles and sizes, with flexible floorplans and options that turn a house into your dream home. Whether you’re ready to downsize or want to have room for all of the grandkids to stay and play, you’ll find the perfect home to fit your lifestyle at Trilogy.
Trilogy® at Lake Frederick Amenities & Local Attractions
The Shenandoah Lodge
The Shenandoah Lodge offers ~36,000 square feet of amenity-rich space, with innovative areas dedicated to fun, food, creativity, and connection with your new friends and neighbors.
Crow’s Nest – Billiards and Games
Art & Exploration Studio
Pickle Ball, Tennis & Outdoor Sports
About Shea Homes
Shea Homes has become a trusted name in homebuilding by loyal customers in several states. The company provides amenities for all ages and lifestyles within each and every community they break ground on. Shea often participates in master-planned communities, constructing townhouses, energy-efficient/green homes, and age-restricted neighborhoods. Developments across the country typically have tree-lined streets, community pools, clubhouses, bike and jogging paths, plus sports facilities.