Willowsford

It is a new home development on just over four thousand acres in Eastern Loudoun County. Over half of the total land space in the Willowsford community is dedicated to open space. The Willowsford Conservancy is an actual non-profit created to oversee the abundant natural resources within the Willowsford Villages. Willowsford also has its very own working farm to add to the small town feel. Willowsford does provide a very unique “country” feel with all of the outdoor amenities and open areas. You can have a community farm yet only be a few miles away from Dulles Airport. It has a Western Loudoun feel with an Eastern Loudoun location. There are plenty of Willowsford New Homes For Sale.

Villages

There are four separate villages where the new homes are being constructed. The Grange, The Grant, The Grove and The Greens offer new homes from any of the seven home builders. There are home choices from Arcadia Communities, Beazer Homes, Camberley Homes, Integrity Homes, K. Hovnanian Homes, and Pulte Homes. There has to be a model that appeals to everyone.

Amenities

In my opinion the best part about this development is the wonderful amenities. There are two state of the art community club houses. The Lodge at Willow Lake houses a world class fitness center and actually has an outdoor yoga area in addition to the wonderful pool. On the other side of Route 50 site the Sycamore House. It is a large estate with a few outbuildings and a very nice pool. Everyone loves a nice pool. Inside of the Sycamore house sits a professional gourmet kitchen suitable for cooking demonstrations. Imagine fresh food from the Willowsford Community Farm being prepared inside the Sycamore House. What an excellent combination!

If you are interested in looking at any or all of the four sections of the Willowsford Community please give me a call. I would love to hear from you. I offer professional representation at no cost to you. Why not have an expert help you purchase your most valuable possession. Please do not wait and contact me today.

Check out the feature in the Washington Post.