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Condominium homes in the Greenbrier Collection range in base price from the low to upper $300,000s. Condominium fees are $452 per month. Homes in the Georgetown Collection of patio homes range in base price from the upper $300,000s to the low $400,000s, with homeowner association fees of $335 per month.
The Potomac Collection and Middleburg Collection of single-family homes range in base price from the upper $400,000s to the mid-$500,000s, with homeowner association fees of $227 per month.
Call 703/753-8900 or visit www.regencydominionvalley. com.
In Lansdowne, Leisure World of Virginia has been sited in a wooded glade bordering the Potomac River, adjacent to Loudoun County’s Lansdowne resort and its golf course, where special golf privileges are available for residents.
The community eventually will have about 3,000 residents in condominium buildings arranged in circular patterns to encompass open spaces and recreational amenities.
Clubhouse West, a two-level health, recreation and fitness center surrounded by rose gardens, water gardens and waterfalls, includes an indoor pool area resembling a Roman bath, with faux finishes depicting marble and stone walls, columns, detailed moldings and lush greenery. In addition, the clubhouse has a health spa, aerobics and fitness rooms, classrooms, a ballroom, full-service restaurant, rooftop tennis courts, library, an auditorium/ballroom, an interfaith chapel, a convenience store, a bank and a hair salon.
The development has 24-hour security and a free courtesy shuttle traveling to and from local destinations.
Developer IDI Group is constructing Riverview, the last building on the community’s west side, which offers sweeping views of the Potomac River.
Two- and three-bedroom homes are available with 1036 to 1720 square feet. Base prices range from the low $300,000s to the low $400,000s, with condominium fees of about $400 per month.
Call 703/581-1711 or visit www.idigroup.com.
Six models are now open by Pulte Homes Inc. at Potomac Green, a Del Webb community in Ashburn.
This 300-acre development includes 136 acres of open space, along with a 29,000-square-foot recreation center with indoor and outdoor swimming pools, a fitness center, an indoor running/walking track, and multipurpose space that can be combined or separated for various events and activities.
Pulte is building two- and three-bedroom villa homes, with 1,314 to 2,345 square feet, which are priced from the low to upper $300,000s.
Single-family homes, which have two or three baths and range from 1,672 to 2,919 square feet, are priced from the low $400,000s to the low $500,000s.
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