February 2014

Found 3 blog entries for February 2014.




Located adjacent to the existing Villages of Piedmont, this community will boast 132 Single family and 261 Townhomes. With a focus on conservation, the developers of this community have ensured the sanctity of over 380 acres known as Leopold’s preserve.  Unlike any other community in the area, residents will have access to this land that is preserved through a conservation easement as natural open space for passive recreation.  This space will be home to natural surface walking trails, observation areas, wildflower meadows, and interpretive signs highlighting environmental and historical information about the area. Even the streets in this community will be conservation friendly, as they will pay homage to some of the most renowned naturalists and

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Turtle Site Plan

 

Basheer & Edgmoore is bringing their legacy to Lake Manassas. Known for their craftsmanship and incredible designs, the Turtle Point Townhomes are sure to live up to their standards of luxury and elegance. 

We are eagerly awaiting the release of more details about this development; however we do know that as part of the “Veranda Collection”, these townhomes will boast outdoor space that spans 300 to 600 square feet and 2700-3000 square feet of indoor living space.  The Veranda collection is currently featured in Charleston Square in Fairfax and McLean Place in McLean.

Keep checking back, more information to come!

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Ever watch shows like HGTV’s Property Brothers and think “Sure, they make it look easy, but it all in the magic of TVland?” I’m here to tell you it isn’t so and you can create your own dream home from a fixer upper. How you ask? It’s all in the magical powers of a wonderful renovation loan product. There are many different products on the market ranging from conventional Homestyle renovation to FHA 203k.

How it works:

  • With these loan products, your loan amount will be higher than the sales price of the home. This amount will vary depending on the necessary renovations.
  • Your lender will require bids from approved contractors for the repairs.
  • You can walk the home with a certified contractor, go over you wishes and dreams to bring the home to
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