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Lansdowne Town Center

The condominium-style townhomes at Lansdowne Town Center are part of a mixed-use community. These homes are situated near a central square, which offers a mix of retail, restaurants, and other services.

Situated at the corner of Route 7 and Belmont Ridge Road, this location is close to commuter and major routes such as the Dulles Greenway, Loudoun County Parkway, Route 28, and Route 15.

Within the Town Center community are trails, tot lots, and a community center, which features a fitness complex, swimming pool and community rooms. Just outside is a splash pad and town green where locals gather in nice weather.

Additional recreation opportunities are numerous near the Town Center. Goose Creek flows into the Potomac River nearby, where the public can hike, fish, or launch a kayak from Kephart Bridge Landing. Elizabeth Mills Riverfront Park is a linear footpath along the water’s edge here. Golfers will enjoy the Golf Club adjacent to the community.

Shopping, services, and other recreation abound at the nearby Lansdowne Resort and  in the Lansdowne Town Center itself. The town center sponsors a free summer Friday Movies and Music series. Have peace of mind knowing that Inova Loudoun Hospital is just down the street. Of course Lansdowne Town Center is located in the community of Leesburg and is accessible to all of the dining and shopping in downtown Leesburg as well as the greater region’s parks and recreational events.

Additional community information can be found here:

Lansdowne Village Greens HOA

Promenade at Lansdowne

Lansdowne Town Center

 

Broadlands

Broadlands is a community of both single-family and townhomes, as well as two apartment-rental complexes. This Ashburn homeowners association was incorporated 1995 and was planned to encompass nearly 3,900 residences.

Broadlands is located in eastern Loudoun County, adjacent to the Dulles Greenway, and convenient to the “Dulles Technology Corridor” and numerous employers.

HOA membership in Broadlands includes, among other amenities, three community pools, tennis courts at four locations, five tot lots, and well-maintained walking trails throughout the neighborhood, one of which terminates at the community’s Nature Center. The Nature Center houses displays, a reading room, and animals such as a bunny, doves, turtles, fish, and reptiles.

The community hosts annual events such as an egg hunt, visit with Santa, movie nights, a live summer concert series, community yard sales, and nature programs.

There is an abundance of shopping, dining, and services at the nearby Broadlands Village Center, Broadlands Marketplace, and the Shoppes at Ryan Park.

Read more about Broadlands at the HOA website and their Facebook page.

55+ Communities in Loudoun

Loudoun County is home to several communities for active adults over the age of 55. Practical features typical in some or all of these communities are main-level living, maintenance programs, and security. Typical recreational features in these communities are numerous social clubs, hobby studios, exercise classes, and organized outings.

Some of the more well-known communities with homes for sale or rent are Potomac Green in Ashburn, Ashby Ponds in Ashburn, Falcons Landing in Sterling, and Lansdowne Woods.

Potomac Green is located in Ashburn, next to the growing One Loudoun town center. Home styles in Potomac Green vary from single family homes to condominiums. Amenities include indoor and outdoor pools, tennis &amp (where you can find used tennis racquets for sale or rental); bocce courts, community gardens, an indoor walking track, and much more.

Ashby Ponds is an apartment community also located in Ashburn, and near One Loudoun. Wellness is a focus in Ashby Ponds, with an on-site medical center, fitness center, and social clubs. Amenities include an all-season pool, hobby studios, game rooms, library, and computer lab, and so many more.

Falcons Landing is a military retirement community with appeal for adventurous adults.  It is located close to the Potomac River, and home styles vary from cottages to apartments, and even assisted living. The all-inclusive amenities in Falcons Landing are too numerous to list but among them are an indoor pool, hobby studios, game rooms, library, and wellness clinic.

Lansdowne Woods (formerly known as Leisure World) is a condominium community located in easternmost Leesburg, close to the Potomac River. The homes in Leisure World enjoy amazing views of the river, the Blue Ridge mountains, and the rolling hills of southern Maryland. Inova Loudoun Hospital is located less than one mile from the Lansdowne Woods campus, giving residents convenient access to health care, as well as peace of mind. The list of amenities in Lansdowne Woods is quite extensive and among them are an indoor pool, hobby studios, game rooms, library, and free shuttle to area shopping centers. The adjacent Golf Club at Landowne offers discounted greens fees to Lansdowne Woods residents.

All of these communities are within proximity to several area golf courses, multiple Loudoun County Public Library branches, and three Loudoun County Senior Centers.

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Leesburg Crossing

Leesburg Crossing is a community of single-family homes located north of the Town of Leesburg, west of Route 15.  The HOA was formally dissolved, so there are NO HOA fees. The roads are state maintained, and there are no common areas for the community to have to maintain. There is a handshake agreement among neighbors that they will all pitch in to help cover the cost of replanting around the monument sign on an as needed basis, and so far there has not been a need. The monument sign is actually on private property.

Close to the Virginia/Maryland state line, Leesburg Crossing is an easy drive to/from the Point of Rocks MARC station, expanding the commuting options for residents of this community.  White’s Ferry, another commuter alternative for this neighborhood, crosses the Potomac only three miles away.

Recreation options abound in the surrounding area. Morven Park is nearby, with its equestrian event center, new hiking trails,  historical tours, and more. Ida Lee Park, Rec Center, A.V. Symington pool, and the Rust library are all reasonably close to Leesburg Crossing. In the other direction, the hamlet of Lucketts and its community center is a hub of activity, including a preschool, the Lucketts Fair, and regular bluegrass performances. Several notable wineries are within a few miles of Leesburg Crossing, including Tarara and its summer concert series and Fabbioli Cellars with its outdoor seating area.  Directly across Route 15 is the Temple Hall Farm Regional Farm Park, home to the annual Corn Maize and other agricultural fun. The C&O Canal National Historic Park, a popular hiking and cycling path, is just ten miles from the neighborhood, and the access point there also has a public boat launch on the Potomac River. Antique and vintage shoppers will love Leesburg Crossing’s proximity to the Old Lucketts Store and a few other nearby shops.

The conveniences of Leesburg, including shopping and services, are a short drive away via Route 15 south. Locavores will be delighted that Route 15 north of the neighborhood is dotted with farmstands.  Frederick, MD is an alternate nearby destination for shopping and services.

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Purcellville

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The Town of Purcellville is an ideal place to live, work, and play.  Home to Franklin Park and the Franklin Park Arts Center, recreational options are available to residents and visitors with a variety of interests. Franklin Park is a Loudoun County park encompassing 203 acres in the western part of town. The park has multiple trails to be used for horseback riding, hiking, walking, trail running, and dog walking.  Also in the park are an outdoor swimming pool, catch-and-release pond, playground, sports fields, and a disc-golf course.

Franklin Park is home to the Franklin Park Arts Center, a venue for the fine arts. The center hosts performances of plays, concerts, children’s theatre, and more. On display in the center’s gallery are a variety of temporary exhibits.

The Purcellville community promotes annual events such as a town-wide tag sale, July 4th fireworks display, and parades on July 4th and at Christmastime.  Purcellville hosts some regular festivals as well, three of the more popular being the Loudoun Grown Expo, the Purcellville Music and Arts Festival, and the Purcellville Wine & Food Festival.  These events exhibit vast and varied showcases of locally made foods, wines, arts, music, and other activities.

Runners, walkers, cyclists, skaters, and even horseback riders will enjoy the section of the W&OD trail which ends in town.  The Washington and Old Dominion trail is a 45-mile long, 100-foot wide multi-use rail-trail owned and operated by the Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority. The park is open from dawn to dusk and is even used by some area bicycle commuters as a route across Loudoun County and beyond.

An open-air Farmers’ Market operates in Purcellville, year round. Vendors are also the growers/producers, and are local to Loudoun County. The market is an ideal place to buy locally grown foods and locally produced products, meet the farmers and small businesspeople, and mingle with the community.

In the video above, watch visitors from Fox 5 describe the fun they had one summer day in Purcellville. For more info on some of the locations seen in the video, check out the following websites:

Purcellville Train Station

Magnolia’s at the Mill

W&OD Trail

Bush Tabernacle/roller skating

Catoctin Creek Distillery

Otium Cellars

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Selma Estates

Selma Estates is a community of single-family homes located north of the Town of Leesburg, west of Route 15.  These homes, originally developed by Stanley Martin, are a collection of nine different home models ranging from 2,663 to 8,779 square feet, with floor plans that include luxury master suites, dramatic 9′ ceilings, upgraded interior trim,  and spacious gourmet kitchens.

The Hamlets at Selma Estates are built on half-acre lots and The Ridges at Selma Estates encompass 10+ acre homesites.

Close to the Virginia/Maryland state line, Selma Estates is an easy drive to/from the Point of Rocks MARC station, expanding the commuting options for residents of this community.  White’s Ferry, another commuter alternative for this neighborhood, crosses the Potomac only three miles away.

Recreation options abound in the surrounding area. Morven Park is nearby, with its equestrian event center, new hiking trails,  historical tours, and more. Ida Lee Park, Rec Center, A.V. Symington pool, and the Rust library are all reasonably close to Selma Estates. In the other direction, the hamlet of Lucketts and its community center is a hub of activity, including a preschool, the Lucketts Fair, and regular bluegrass performances. Several notable wineries are within a few miles of Selma Estates, including Tarara and its summer concert series and Fabbioli Cellars with its outdoor seating area.  Directly across Route 15 is the Temple Hall Farm Regional Farm Park, home to the annual Corn Maize and other agricultural fun. The C&O Canal National Historic Park, a popular hiking and cycling path, is just ten miles from the neighborhood, and the access point there also has a public boat launch on the Potomac River. Antique and vintage shoppers will love Selma Estates’ proximity to the Old Lucketts Store and a few other nearby shops.

The conveniences of Leesburg, including shopping and services, are a short drive away via Route 15 south. Locavores will be delighted that Route 15 north of the neighborhood is dotted with farmstands.  Frederick, MD is an alternate nearby destination for shopping and services.

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES:

Selma Estates Facebook group

Selma Estates Facebook Page

Stanley Martin website for Selma Estates

Loudoun Water status page for Selma Estates

Selma Estates Water Crisis Facebook Group

Raspberry Falls

Raspberry Falls is a community of single-family homes located north of the Town of Leesburg, west of Route 15.  These homes, originally developed by Van Metre, are a collection of five different home models ranging from 3,318 to 7,056 square feet, with floor plans that include between 3 and 6 bedrooms, main level living, spacious gourmet kitchens and 3-car side entry garages.

Lots here range in size from just under an acre to over 25 acres. The neighborhood was developed based on hamlet design, which groups up to 25 homes together, where the homes are built close to the street with great open space behind. The Raspberry Falls HOA boasts that the “innovative design works well for the elegant community, providing for a neighborhood setting with the charm of country club living.”

Amenities in this community include an outdoor pool and tennis courts, and the HOA hosts annual events such as a pool party and community yard sale. The homes in Raspberry Falls occupy space alongside the Golf and Hunt Club of the same name, although there is no formal connection between the two. The golf club is an independent business which leases land from the developer. Raspberry Falls residents who enjoy golf will still be thrilled to know that the Golf Club does offer resident discounts on yearly fee memberships.

Close to the Virginia/Maryland state line, Raspberry Falls is an easy drive to/from the Point of Rocks MARC station, expanding the commuting options for residents of this community.  White’s Ferry, another commuter alternative for this neighborhood, crosses the Potomac only three miles away.

Recreation options abound in the surrounding area. Morven Park is nearby, with its equestrian event center, new hiking trails,  historical tours, and more. Ida Lee Park, Rec Center, A.V. Symington pool, and the Rust library are all reasonably close to Raspberry Falls. In the other direction, the hamlet of Lucketts and its community center is a hub of activity, including a preschool, the Lucketts Fair, and regular bluegrass performances. Several notable wineries are within a few miles of Raspberry Falls, including Tarara and its summer concert series and Lost Creek with its shady patio.  The C&O Canal National Historic Park, a popular hiking and cycling path, is just ten miles from the neighborhood, and the access point there also has a public boat launch on the Potomac River. Antique and vintage shoppers will love Raspberry Falls’ proximity to the Old Lucketts Store and a few other nearby shops.

The conveniences of Leesburg, including shopping and services, are a short drive away via Route 15 south. Locavores will be delighted that Route 15 north of the neighborhood is dotted with farmstands.  Frederick, MD is an alternate nearby destination for shopping and services.

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES:

Raspberry Falls HOA website

Raspberry Falls HOA Facebook page

Van Metre Homes page for Raspberry Falls

Loudoun Water status page for Raspberry Falls

Raspberry Falls Golf and Hunt Club

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Stratford

Stratford, or East Stratford as the HOA is named, is a community in south east Leesburg located adjacent to the Dulles Greenway, Route 7 Bypass, and Sycolin Parkway.

The East Stratford HOA amenities include an outdoor pool, home to the Stratford Sea Otters summer swim team, clubhouse, tennis courts, and a playground.

Adjacent to Stratford is Oaklawn, a larger mixed-use space which already includes a child care center and a bank, and will continue to be developed to feature retail space, restaurants, a hotel, offices, and additional services.

Tuscarora Creek Park, a town park with a pavilion and playground, is nearby off of Battlefield Parkway and Philip A. Bolen Memorial Park, with its sports fields and walking trails, is around the corner via Sycolin Road.

Commuters from Stratford enjoy direct access to and from the Dulles Greenway, and the Leesburg Park and Ride lot is located nearby. Leesburg Executive Airport is a short two-mile drive from the heart of the neighborhood. The Sycolin Road Bridge, once completed, will make the drive to town a dream, with easy access via Sycolin Road into the heart of Leesburg.

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES:

East Stratford HOA website

Stratford Leesburg Facebook group

Sequoia Management website

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Oaklawn

Oaklawn is a community of town homes built by Pulte between 2007 and 2009 and is located at the intersection of Battefield Parkway and Sycolin Road. The town homes here stand out because of the unique exterior color packages. This community is part of a larger mixed-use space which already includes a child care center and a bank, and will continue to be developed to feature retail space, restaurants, a hotel, offices, and additional services. The Oaklawn HOA amenities include an outdoor pool, as well as tot lots and sidewalks.

The property is served by the following  utility providers:  Washington Gas (natural gas), Dominion Power (electricity), Verizon (cable/internet).

Tuscarora Creek Park, a town park with a pavilion and playground, is nearby off of Battlefield Parkway and Philip A. Bolen Memorial Park, with its sports fields and walking trails, is around the corner via Sycolin Road.

Commuters from Oaklawn enjoy direct access to and from the Dulles Greenway, and the Leesburg Park and Ride lot is located nearby. Leesburg Executive Airport is a short two-mile drive from the heart of the neighborhood. The Sycolin Road Bridge, once completed, will make the drive to town a dream, with easy access via Sycolin Road into the heart of Leesburg.

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Read more about the Oaklawn residential community at the HOA website.

Read more about the ongoing development of Oaklawn at the Keane Enterprises projects webpage and the JGB Retail website.

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Virginia Knolls

Virginia Knolls is a community of 140 town homes built in the 1960’s. The neighborhood is adjacent to Tuscarora Creek and Harrison Street in SE Leesburg.

The Virginia Knolls HOA does not offer some of the typical amenities or common areas. However, there are abundant town parklands, pools, tennis courts, and walking trails also within the Town limits. The community is backed by Tuscarora Creek and Brandon Park, and is nearby to both the Washington and Old Dominion Trail.

Located inside the Leesburg Bypass , a quick trip down Harrison Street or Sycolin Road allows quick access to shopping and businesses along Catoctin Circle or Market Street, and downtown historic Leesburg. It is a one-block walk to the Virginia Regional Transit bus stop which carries commuters within the Town of Leesburg and to greater Loudoun County and beyond, as well as to the Leesburg Executive Airport.  The Sycolin Road Bridge, once completed, will make commuting to points east a dream, with easy access to Route 7 and the Dulles Greenway, or a quick ride via Sycolin Road  into the heart of Ashburn.

Read more about Virginia Knolls on the HOA website.

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