And also, the OP may know but to get the heatpump you need not only a '13 or newer but also NOT an S model. An S even with the charger package will only have the resistive heater. And speaking of the charge package, personally I'd really only want a Leaf with the 6.6kw charger, don't care so much about the QC but the 6.6kw L2 charging is real handy, even if you don't have 32a at home, it's still nice to be able to charge for 30 minutes or an hour while shopping at one of the many free 6.6kw EVSEs around town and gain ~15 or 30% SOC, those SOCs would be half with the 3.6kw charger.
If I were the OP I'd also try and tow the Leaf home with a tow dolly. <$100 to rent but you'd need something like a pickup or full-sized SUV or full-sized body on frame car to tow. While it's true with on the go charging you'd be able to make your trip, I really wouldn't suggest it for your first experiences with the Leaf, I'd reserve such trips for after you've had the Leaf for some time and learn it's range and charging habits
BTW a Leaf with a 3.6kw charger will charge at a max of 12a @ 120v and 16a @ 240v, a 6.6kw Leaf should max out at 27.5a @ both 120v and 240v, of course with the correct EVSE and circuit