Lennar's Colonial Heritage Active Adult Community in Williamsburg Wins Multiple Top Honors in the 2011 Million Dollar Circle and Community Awards

Mar 04, 2011, 16:15 ET from Colonial Heritage

Annual Competition Sponsored by the Peninsula Housing and Builders Association Focuses on New Home Design, Marketing and Sales in Tidewater Virginia

WILLIAMSBURG, Va. March 4, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Colonial Heritage, Williamsburg's only gated Active Adult community, has recently won multiple awards for marketing, community amenities, home designs and sales in the 23rd Annual Million Dollar Circle and Community Awards, sponsored by the Sales and Marketing Council of the Peninsula Housing and Builders Association. Created by Lennar, Colonial Heritage is the number one selling community of its type in Hampton Roads, and has twice been honored with the association's prestigious Community of the Year Award, in 2004 and 2009.

This year, Colonial Heritage won the top honors in each of the categories they entered, and took home the lion's share of awards at the February 18th event in Hampton:

Million Dollar Circle Award Entries for Total New Homes Sales:

Diamond Stud Winners

#1 Realtor of the Year: Patti Parsely with over $12 million in gross sales

#2 Runner Up: Jane Potter with over $11 million in gross sales

Best Model Home 2,200 – 2,500 square feet:

The Patrick Henry Model

Best Advertising Campaign:

The Sweet Life Campaign

Best Logo Design:

Colonial Heritage Community Logo

Best Sales Center Over 750 square feet:
Colonial Heritage Sales Center.

"It's not surprising that Colonial Heritage is so popular among 55-and-older homebuyers and so recognized by our peers in the regional real estate industry," said Jon May, Lennar's Area Sales Manager for greater Williamsburg. "Not only are we in a signature location, we have the combination of recreation amenities, architectural variety and value that today's dynamic Active Adult buyers seek out," he added.

The community is in the heart of the area's shopping, dining, entertainment, history and golf courses. It also includes its own championship golf course, designed by Arthur Hills. A 25,000 square foot clubhouse features casual and fine dining, activities rooms, a ballroom and tennis courts. A separate 7,500 square foot Athletic Club includes indoor and outdoor pools, a fitness center and the golf pro shop. Colonial Heritage's attached villa homes and traditional single-family homes are priced from the $200's to $400's, and all feature low-maintenance, single-level living.

To learn more about Colonial Heritage and its recent sweep of regional real estate awards, and Lennar's other Heritage 55-and-over communities in Virginia, please phone 877-78-LENNAR, or visit online at LennarVirginia.com.  

SOURCE Colonial Heritage