The new urban, walkable downtown is here and it’s selling quickly! Knutson Homes is elevating the sights of the Brambleton Town Center with their all-new, 4-level rooftop terrace townhomes. Since opening for sales this summer, Knutson has received a warm welcome to Brambleton, selling over 50% of their first building and now releasing their second building along Olympia Drive. Demand for these spacious townhomes in the heart of the town center is soaring, and only 48 homes will be built. Be among those lucky Brambletonians with the convenience of the community’s top amenities just minutes from their front door: Legacy Park, Farmers’ Market, outdoor street festivals, as well as shopping, dining and a state-of-the-art fitness center!
And when you DO seek the solitude of your own place, escape to your private yard in the sky on your 4th floor rooftop terrace complete with an outdoor kitchen and fireplace along with a bird’s eye view of Downtown Brambleton! These urban townhomes are designed for anyone, from first-time homebuyers to empty-nesters. Plans include up to 5 bedrooms, private in-law suites, 2,800 to over 4,000 square feet and sliding glass walls, starting from the mid $600s. An optional elevator allows ease of mobility from floor to floor, and makes quite the conversation piece in your well-equipped home! Urban, walkable townhomes in the heart of the Brambleton Town Center have arrived. Model home construction is anticipated to begin in November. Visit the Knutson Sales Gallery to learn more: Joanne Fisher, Sales representative, 22895 Brambleton Plaza, Suite #104, Brambleton, VA 20148 – 703-665-1234.
MyBramHealth is a health and wellness website that provides Brambleton residents with personalized resources to help them live their healthiest lives. Dynamically connect to the knowledge and evidence-based programs of health professionals like Dr. Mehmet Oz on topics from Nature Keeping You Healthy to the Best Exercises For Your Trouble Spots! MyBramHealth is free for Brambleton residents, so take control of your health today. Sign up and complete the RealAgeTest before the BCA Annual Meeting for a chance to win MyBramHealth giveaways (including All-Clad cookware and a $500 gift card to Bicycle Outfitters). Use “Brambleton” as your Registration Code. Learn more about this exclusive website for Brambleton residents at this week’s Farmers’ Market, the Annual Meeting in November, or by stopping by the Welcome Center. And stay tuned, our first fitness and nutrition challenge is coming soon!
Health related topics, including recipes, symptoms, nutrition tips, and exercise videos are all at your fingertips and FREE to the first 1,000 residents who sign up. And now we’re giving you one more reason to join: everyone who registers and completes the RealAgeTest prior to the community’s Annual Meeting on November 15th will be entered to win a $500 gift card to Bicycle Outfitters! Simply go to www.mybramhealth.com, follow the prompts to register (use Brambleton as your Registration Code), and begin receiving expert advice on health-related topics that are important to YOU!
Brambleton is full of overachievers. And no one proves this better than Beth Huck: a mother, small business owner, board member At-Large for Loudoun County Public Schools and general Brambletonian about town. But the last person who will sing Beth’s praises is Beth herself. “I don’t like attention,” she says, “I’m a behind-the-scenes person and would rather just do the work and get results.”
Read more of Beth’s story here.
This family-oriented “fun-racing” event is designed to encourage a healthy lifestyle and engage local communities in support of our schools. The following beneficiary schools are participating: Briar Woods, Creighton’s Corner, Legacy, Madison’s Trust, Moorefield Station, Rock Ridge, Stone Hill, St. Theresa, and Virginia Academy. For more details, or to register, visit www.LaceUpforLearning.com.
Joanne is a native Northern Virginian with deep family roots in the area. A graduate of George Mason University with degrees in German and European Studies, Joanne moved to Ashburn with her family in 1998 – her three children are recent graduates of Briar Woods and Broad Run High Schools. Talk about sibling rivalries!
In 2010, Joanne decided to leave the corporate world behind to pursue her dream of becoming a real estate professional. In 2011, she founded The Destination Group which includes fellow Loudoun residents Lara Rhoades, Kris Rosmorduc and Matilda Lazeri. They have found a wonderful home with Pearson Smith Realty, located in Loudoun Station.
You may recognize Joanne from her years as a volunteer for the Girl Scouts in Ashburn– she’s been everything from a troop leader and Service Unit Manager to event photographer and cookie seller. Yes, that was her troop at Regal Cinemas encouraging you to buy a box of Thin Mints to take into the movies!
Whether volunteering, fundraising or donating, giving back to our community is one of The Destination Group’s core values. After every home sale, they make a donation to one of their favorite local charities which include ChildHelp, Loudoun Therapeutic Riding and This is My Brave.
Do you have a question about buying a home in Brambleton? Our Spotlight Realtor of the Month is ready to help you – just call Joanne at 703.975.8934 . If you want to find out “What’s New in Brambleton,”,check out the video below:
Thank you to all who came to celebrate our 15th birthday on September 24th and BIG congratulations to all the contest winners!
The new Madison’s Trust Elementary is now OPEN
The Brambleton Middle School is currently under construction (progress pics below)
For more information on our 2020 Vision, please visit our website.
The Loudoun County Government handbook on the latest transportation projects can be viewed here.
Bella Ballerina dance studio of Brambleton established a new area non-profit called Too Good For Earth.
On Sunday, October 16th their first “Annual Balloon Release” event was held in honor of those little lives lost
Brambleton Sport & Health, Northern Virginia Orthodontics, A&A Music,
Little Smiles & Costa Family Dentistry have recently expanded.
Jackson Clinics Physical Therapy IS NOW OPEN above Sport & Health!
A new Loudoun County Public Library is anticipated to open January 2018
Brambleton 2020 Vision can be found here
The Brambleton Town Center is currently at 100% occupancy. Interested in renting future space, please contact KLNB.
2016 YTD Sales = 236
PTD Sales = 5,134
BCA Community 2016 Newsletter – The latest monthly community news from the Brambleton Community Association can be found on their website. If you are a new resident to Brambleton, click here to view their New Resident Handbook (iPad friendly). You can also follow their latest news LIVE on Facebook.
Advertising with BCA – If you are a business owner in or near Brambleton and would like to grow your business by getting your name in front of more than 4,500 subscribers, please contact Sonya Farrell to inquire about ad space availability in our monthly newsletter and New Resident Handbook.
Looking years ahead, designers of Phase 2 of the Silver Line are preparing for a possible new road to allow vehicle traffic to get from one side of the Dulles Airport Highway/Dulles Toll Road corridor to the other near Reston Town Center. Crews have started construction of a so-called “land bridge structure” which would not preclude future construction of a four-lane divided highway that would connect Town Center Parkway to Sunrise Valley Drive by running under the Dulles Toll Road, the Airport road and the Silver Line.
This structure is being built in the median of the Dulles International Airport Access Highway (DIAAH) near mile marker 4.8, approximately 500 feet west of the future Reston Town Center Station. Requested by Fairfax County as an element of the Board of Supervisors’ Six Year Transportation Priorities for FY2015 to FY2020, this Town Center Parkway Underpass Rail Support Structure could be built beneath the Silver Line’s at-grade track alignment. Building the bridge-like structure in advance would minimize any impact to Silver Line Phase 2 service during future construction of the planned roadway. Dulles Metro September newsletter.
Construction has reached 32 percent for Phase 2 of Metro’s Silver Line, the $6.5 billion rail line that will eventually connect Washington Dulles International Airport and eastern Loudoun County with Tysons Corner, Arlington, downtown DC and the metropolitan Washington region.
Preliminary work such as clearings and excavations are beginning at the Loudoun Gateway Station in the median of the Dulles Greenway near Route 606, and at the Ashburn Station at Route 772 near Broadlands. The first riders aren’t expected until 2020. Construction should be complete in 2019, followed by testing before MWAA turns the project over to the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, the entity that will own and operate the rail line and set the opening date. Dulles Metro October newsletter.
The county continues to prepare for the arrival of rail service and the opening of two Loudoun County Metro stations, Loudoun Gateway (formerly known as Route 606) and Ashburn (formerly known as Route 772). Service to the Loudoun Gateway and Ashburn Stations is expected to begin in 2020. To keep up to date on the project, visit: www.loudoun.gov/dullesrail. Learn more about the Silver Line: www.dullesmetro.com