Occasionally, the collective consciousness shifts and old assumptions get turned on their heads. Such is the case with suburbia today as many homebuyers are redefining what they want out of their homes and neighborhoods. Rather than the traditional suburban single-family home in an isolated outpost miles from the every day needs or convenience, a growing number of buyers want to live where they have more access, more walkability and more connectedness. It’s been coined the “new urbanism,” and nowhere is it more evident than at Brambleton.
The Ultimate Live/Work/Play Destination
Brambleton is an award-winning master planned community in Ashburn, Virginia. Always driven to address the evolving needs and wants of homebuyers, Brambleton has reframed suburban life by incorporating walkability, accessibility and a genuine sense of community into daily life. The neighborhood continues to grow intelligently and intentionally, and the community recently unveiled three new sections that offer perhaps the most sophisticated, urban-inspired designs to date. Residents throughout Brambleton enjoy close proximity to the vibrant Town Center, which hums with restaurants, retailers, physicians’ offices, a fitness center, trails, parks and more. Amenities include over a dozen parks, 5 swimming pools and splash parks, tennis courts, over 15 miles of trails for jogging, running, and biking, 6 schools (and counting), a public library coming in 2018 and a lively calendar of community events that includes everyone. In addition, the completion of the Silver Line Metro will make commuting even more seamless than it’s ever been.
Flexible Homes Designed for Real Life
Brambleton has evolved into Loudoun County’s – and arguably the greater Washington, D.C. area’s – ultimate live-work-play destination. As for the “live” component, flexibility is key. Some residents enjoy a spacious yard to create their own outdoor oasis, while others prefer all landscaping and outdoor maintenance to be performed by someone else. Some buyers want high square-footage with a designated home office, theater and lower-level guest suite. Others are downsizing or seeking one-level living. And for those who are looking for more city in the suburbs, the community’s newest neighborhoods offer some exciting urban-inspired homes, with features that include expansive rooftop terraces, private elevators and incredibly close proximity to the Town Center.
Choose From the Best
Regardless of the home or neighborhood they choose, buyers agree that Brambleton’s exceptional homebuilders specialize in building for the way families live today, with open floorplans, thoughtful layouts and seemingly endless options.