The Neighborhoods of Homestead Preserve:
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Nestled among 2,300 acres in and around the Warm Springs Valley, Homestead Preserve is an exclusive 450-home planned community bordering both The Nature Conservancy's Warm Springs Mountain Preserve and the George Washington National Forest. With home sites ranging from 1/2 to 13 acres on sites situated around the villages of Hot Springs and Warm Springs, Homestead Preserve offers owners access to the premier resort amenities of The Homestead and timeless rural living in one of the East Coast's last great unspoiled natural landscapes.
Homestead Preserve's homes feature four distinct styles of historic architecture, which include Highlands Classical, Highlands Farmhouse, English Romantic, and Highlands Arts and Crafts. All homes constructed in the community must meet strict historic architecture guidelines and be designed to blend into or complement the natural landscape. Homestead Preserve home designs are based on the community's carefully researched Pattern Book which details the area's rich architectural history, settlement patterns, and even native plants and trees appropriate for landscaping.
All Homestead Preserve owners will have access to the community center and recreational offerings, which include a spa, kids club, pool, and retail market, at the Old Dairy complex in Warm Springs and will also be provided the opportunity to apply for membership in The Homestead's Golf and Tennis Club.