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Nine Overlooked Items to Prep Your Home for Sale

Nine Overlooked Items to Prep Your Home for Sale

Nine Overlooked Items to Prep Your Home for Sale

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1. Survey – Do you have a copy of a current survey of your home? Buyers want to know about property lines, easements, conservation buffers, if there is room for a pool, if the property line extends to the water behind your home, etc. Having a survey will help eliminate potential concerns for prospective buyers.

2. Floor plan or Appraisal Sketch – Buyers often want to know room dimensions as it helps with determining furniture placement in their new space. A floor plan sketch, or an appraisal with accurate square footage of the home, will be extremely helpful.

3. Utility Bills – Buyers want to know what they can expect with their future heating and cooling bills. Review your bills over the last one to two years to get an estimated average for the various seasons, or call your local utility provider. This information can be very beneficial when a buyer sits down to crunch their total costs of owning a home.

4. Termite Bond – It is common for homes to have some sort of protection plan in place – also known as a bond. Prior to listing your home, obtain a copy of your policy from the provider, know exactly what type you have, how long it is in effect, and up to what dollar amount of coverage it is good for.

5. Pest Control – If you maintain any type of pest control on your property, compile information as to who the provider is, what treatments have been completed, how much you pay and how often service is required. A copy of your service agreement is helpful in this instance.
6. Insurance – Buyers especially want to know who a seller uses for their homeowners insurance and how much they pay. With homeowners insurance potentially more difficult to obtain in some areas, going through the existing seller’s insurance company can help streamline the process.

7. Product Manuals and Warranty Documents – Now is the time to gather the various product manuals for all items that will be staying in the home such as appliances, water heater, heating & cooling system, ceiling fans, pool equipment, etc.

8. Service Providers – Compile a list of all service providers/vendors who you have used for any service requirements to your home – lawn service, pool service, A/C company, etc. A new buyer may elect to use them as they make the transition to living in your home.

9. Covenants and Restrictions, Neighborhood Rules and Information – A contract may hinge on the buyer’s review of this information, so it is easiest to have it available ahead of time. If you don’t have these, contact your neighborhood’s association president or management company for assistance in obtaining a copy.

5 Tips for Tackling a Home Improvement List

5 Tips for Tackling a Home Improvement List

(Family Features) From aesthetic upgrades to practical necessities, there is no shortage of projects for homeowners to tackle. To take the stress out of home improvement, blogger and author Justina Blakeney and YP.com serve up the following tips:

  • Prioritize projects by needs, not wants. Blakeney advises making sure important projects (functioning air conditioning, for example) are set before tackling less crucial ones, like popcorn ceilings. Be realistic with your goals and always factor in 20 percent more money and time than you think the project will take.
  • Some projects are simple enough to DIY, but other projects may be better handled by experts. Honestly assess your own level of expertise, permit requirements and local regulations, your budget, your timeline and ultimate goals before deciding whether to DIY or hire an expert. Whether you need a personal organizer or a painter, a foundation specialist or a handyman, ask friends for referrals and then head online to dig a little deeper before getting a project bid.
  • Create a collection of professionals you will be working with and all the stores you will source materials from. You’ll have all of the info in one place for follow-ups, and it’s easy to share the info with friends once they start asking for recommendations. Also get a clear breakdown of all elements involved in each project, how much each step will cost and deadlines for each step along the way. A clear plan of action will help keep the budget and timeline in check. 
  • One of the best ways to save time and money is to find things second-hand. Thrift shops, salvage shops and flea markets are great places to find furniture, appliances and hardware on the cheap. Or, repurpose items you already own by moving them to a different room or by painting them different colors. Explore all of your options and resources before going out and spending that hard-earned cash. 
  • It’s okay to start small. Swap out the old hardware on your kitchen cabinets or fix the broken brick on your patio. Just start somewhere and build your way up to the larger stuff. If you’re feeling overwhelmed, try setting and accomplishing one small home improvement goal every week. 

Source: YP.com
This post was originally published on RISMedia’s blog, Housecall. Check the blog daily for top real estate tips and trends.

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The Top 6 Landscape Design Trends for 2016

The Top 6 Landscape Design Trends for 2016

Lux lighting and edible arrangements are on the rise this year, according to the National Association of Landscape Professionals’ list of the top landscape design trends for 2016, a gathering of data based on current consumer demands and lifestyle trends, as well as broader horticultural, architectural and design factors.

“The latest trends reflect the desire to bring the indoors out — to create comfortable landscapes that are both functional and beautiful,” says Missy Henriksen, vice president of public affairs, NALP. “At the same time, we’re seeing a shift toward sustainable landscapes that reflect a renewed sense of mindfulness for the Earth and its ecosystems.”

Specifically, NALP anticipates increased consumer interest in and adoption of the following six trends:

  • Fully customized outdoor living spaces. As more and more homeowners entertain outdoors and make the most of time spent outside, landscapes have become extensions of interior spaces, complete with furniture and appliances. Beyond basic decks and patios, more landscapes this year will be transformed into full-service kitchens with brick ovens and grills, comfortable living and dining rooms featuring fireplaces and firepits, and romantic canopy bedrooms. Themed spaces, such as yoga gardens or bocce fields, further personalize outdoor retreats to fit homeowners’ interests. 
  • Lighted and high-tech landscapes. A natural extension of the outdoor living trend is equipping these landscapes with creative and functional lighting and technological enhancements. Dramatic and boldly colored lights, twinkling accent lighting in walkways, backyard Wi-Fi and TV installations are just some of the ways gardens are getting tech-savvy in 2016.
  • Eco-friendly and native gardens. “Naturescaping” — selecting and growing native plants to attract birds, insects and wildlife — is one method landscapers will continue to employ in 2016 to appeal to an increased interest in developing environmentally conscious landscapes. Busy homeowners seek simply beautiful landscapes that are easy to maintain, and naturescaping encourages the use of low-maintenance perennial native plants and innately manages water runoff. The installation of solar-powered lighting or energy-efficient LED lights is another way landscapes will go green this year.
  • Edible landscapes. The demand for low-maintenance options has made container gardens, which often do not require extensive care, grow in popularity. When combined with a preference for the natural and organic, a new trend emerges: edible landscapes. Fresh herbs, fruits and vegetables add texture and color variety to landscapes, while providing a fresh supply of delicious ingredients. Not limited to individual home gardens, edible landscapes will be planned and planted by landscape developers in neighborhoods and community residences in 2016.
  • Freshwater features. The techniques used to manage storm water will not be hidden in 2016. Rain barrels, rain gardens and stone retaining walls add stunning dimension to lush landscapes, while serving an important purpose of collecting, cleaning or stopping water. In fact, water and other non-plant features, including sculptures or pottery, are becoming focal points in landscapes.
  • Soothing hues. For the first time, Pantone, the authority on color and provider of color systems and technology for color communication, has announced the blending of two colors — Rose Quartz and Serenity — as its Pantone Color of the Year for 2016. Expect these soft, nature-inspired pink and blue hues to bloom in gardens this year as heritage rose bushes, Catherine Woodbury daylilies, Angelique tulips, blue lace delphinium, French hydrangea and others.

For more information, visit LoveYourLandscape.com.

For more real estate information, including a FREE Home Market Analysis and Market Area Statistics, please contact me at Kim@KimKroner.com or on my mobile phone at (703) 946-2526.

Reprinted with permission from RISMedia. ©2016. All rights reserved.

Rental Listing in Lansdowne On The Potomac || Kim Kroner || Northern Virginia Homes- Internet Marketing || Presented By: Kim Kroner Realor,

 This Canterbury impresses upon entry with an amazing foyer with gorgeous arched openings, and a formal living and dining room. An open kitchen and Family room, private study and large family foyer make the main level just right for families of all sizes. Absolutely amazing views of the mountains far away from the back windows.    Key Home Features Separate Living Room & Dining Room Large Breakfast Area off of Kitchen Butler's Pantry Main Level Study Each Bedroom with Own Walk In Closet  Lansdowne on the Potomac, Leesburg Real Estate Lansdowne is an unincorporated residential planned, resort-style community, located near Leesburg, Virginia, north of Route 7 and south of the Potomac River, approximately 25 miles west of Washington, D.C. A master association, the Conservancy, umbrellas the major properties held in common, and oversees separate homeowners associations (“HOA’s”) for each project, all run separately. Under the Conservancy, there are 3 major HOA’s: Lansdowne on the Potomac, Village Greens, and Leisure World. Additionally, there are smaller HOA’s for the lands held in common that include office and retail space, as well as other services, creating a complete town center under the area called Lansdowne. With the additional presence of the luxurious Lansdowne Resort, residents enjoy a country club style of living with the convenience of shopping and services, making it a prized location in Loudoun County.  Developed in the late 90’s on former plantation land rich in history, one of the principal HOA’s, Lansdowne on the Potomac, is fully built out and has 2,155 homes on site; 1,442 are detached homes and 713 attached single-family homes. The Lansdowne on the Potomac HOA is professionally managed by Community Management Corporation of Chantilly, VA. Four main residential areas were developed in phases by different developers: “Coton Commons,” “River Oaks,” “The Highlands;” and“West Goose Creek.” Avoiding a cutter-cutter look, a variety of builders are sprinkled throughout each area and include the award-winning Van Metre, Brookfield (including Brookfield’s purchase of John Lang Builders), Beazer Homes, NV Homes, Basheer & Edgemoore, and Centex. Fees for the HOA are reasonably in the middle, and include cable, internet, and telephone service, as well as membership in the Potomac Club, maintenance of common areas, management of the Association, and trash removal and recycling.  In addition to the single-family residential areas, the Lansdowne community includes the townhomes and condominiums of the Village Greens, run as a separate HOA. Being conveniently located next to the Lansdowne Town Center, a mix of retail, restaurant, and office space, makes it easy to work near home. Also in the Lansdowne area, Leisure World is a luxury high-rise retirement community, run separately with its own HOA. Areas held in common for these three principal HOA’s at Lansdowne are, among others, INOVA Loudoun Hospital, the retail and services of the Lansdowne Town Center, the luxurious Lansdowne Resort, a new fire station, and Camden Apartments. These properties contribute to both the resort and business atmosphere of the residential community.  The developer of Lansdowne dedicated certain areas to Loudoun County, held in common by all the Lansdowne HOA’s, including a natural park on the Potomac.  Jean Garrell, a Lansdowne resident and real estate specialist, pointed out the benefits of living in Lansdowne when she said, “Residents and families really love living here. The different builders intermixed all throughout give a unique charm to the neighborhood. Landowne’s resort style living offers something for everyone to include three PGA Golf Courses and a new 40,000 sq. foot state-of-the-art Golf Club, Potomac Club’s Recreational Facility with indoor and outdoor pools, sports complex fields, canoe and kayak launch on Goose Creek, walking and biking trails, and so much more. Additional draws are sought-after schools and a hospital located right on the property, with the new Lansdowne Town Center that has shopping, restaurants and entertainment.”  A focal point of the community does seem to be the Potomac Club complex and is a big draw for many families living in Lansdowne on the Potomac. A lap lane is usually always available at the 25-meter indoor pool. Outside, there is a resort style pool with spa that supports a lively swim team, “The Lightnings,” during summer months. Joanne Copperthite, a mother and 6-year resident of Lansdowne on the Potomac, said “We have the best swim team! My kids have had the greatest time. Best decision we ever made to get our kids involved.” To their merit, the swim team often raises money for charitable events, which keeps the entire community connected. Beside the pools, the Potomac Club complex also houses exercise and aerobics rooms, computer business centers, meeting rooms, game rooms, and a ballroom that can be rented for special events and receptions, and is in frequent use for social events sponsored by the active HOA. On the exterior grounds of the Club, a tot-lot, and a beach volleyball court extend relaxation opportunities. During the summer months, the community enjoys outdoor concerts and bands at the amphitheater, and the whole area looks forward to the annual Oktoberfest.  Most residents throughout Lansdowne are young professionals in their 30’s and 40’s, raising families, although sprinkled throughout the neighborhoods are plenty of empty nesters and some retired couples.  Lansdowne on the Potomac is fully built out, and there are usually always homes available. The price ranges for homes vary from town homes and condominiums priced in the 300’s to the luxury executive homes priced in the 1 million range. John Whitbeck, Lansdowne on the Potomac HOA President and an attorney in Leesburg said, “We have amazing diversity here at Lansdowne on the Potomac—so many varied backgrounds, all living together as a community. I love living here, knowing that my kids will grow up being exposed to so many different kinds of people. It’s a great place to live.”  All students in Lansdowne neighborhoods attend schools that are part of Loudoun County Public Schools, offering educational programs that rank with the best in Virginia and in the nation, providing well-run programs for Gifted Students, Vocational and Alternative Education, as well as Special Education. Onsite, elementary students attend Seldens Landing Elementary; middle school students attend Belmont Ridge Middle. Until 2010, High schoolers have attended Stone Bridge High School in Ashburn, a short distance away. Those Stone Bridge students may continue there or continue with incoming students to the newly completed Tuscarora High School, just north of Leesburg.  On the property of Lansdowne on the Potomac, adjacent to what is now the Potomac Club house, sit two recently renovated buildings, a smaller smoke house and a larger, full detached kitchen that were once part of the Coton Plantation, run in the 1800’s by Thomas Ludwell Lee, Jr., a member of the illustrious Lee family for whom Leesburg was named. The Coton Plantation was an active plantation through that time and you can still see part of Mary’s Mill when hiking along nearby Goose Creek Trail. The silo from the plantation’s barn is now part of the Club house, adding history and character to the site. Whitbeck appreciates these symbols from history that are mixed in with the modern country club lifestyle.  “We live close enough to the toll road to have easy access to all points east into D.C.,” he said. “And yet we live far enough away to experience a true southern community. I don’t want to live anyplace else.” Resident Copperthite agreed. “The draw for us was this sense of community,” she said. “My kids can always find a friend here. I don’t ever have to worry, because everyone is looking after everyone else.”  Population Trends Between 2009 and 2014, the population in this area is projected to increase about 20%. In comparison, Loudoun County population is expected to grow 23.5%. The population of Virginia is projected to increase 5.5%.  Kim Kroner REALTOR® NVAR Multi-Million Dollar Club Top Producer Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. Cell: 703.946.2526 Office: 800.961.1328 Fax: (703) 972-9171 Email: Kim@KimKroner.com Web: www.kimkroner.com Web: www.TheKronerTeam.com  Languages: English, German, Deutsch, Hindi, Gujarati

 This Canterbury impresses upon entry with an amazing foyer with gorgeous arched openings, and a formal living and dining room. An open kitchen and Family room, private study and large family foyer make the main level just right for families of all sizes. Absolutely amazing views of the mountains far away from the back windows.    Key Home Features Separate Living Room & Dining Room Large Breakfast Area off of Kitchen Butler's Pantry Main Level Study Each Bedroom with Own Walk In Closet  Lansdowne on the Potomac, Leesburg Real Estate Lansdowne is an unincorporated residential planned, resort-style community, located near Leesburg, Virginia, north of Route 7 and south of the Potomac River, approximately 25 miles west of Washington, D.C. A master association, the Conservancy, umbrellas the major properties held in common, and oversees separate homeowners associations (“HOA’s”) for each project, all run separately. Under the Conservancy, there are 3 major HOA’s: Lansdowne on the Potomac, Village Greens, and Leisure World. Additionally, there are smaller HOA’s for the lands held in common that include office and retail space, as well as other services, creating a complete town center under the area called Lansdowne. With the additional presence of the luxurious Lansdowne Resort, residents enjoy a country club style of living with the convenience of shopping and services, making it a prized location in Loudoun County.  Developed in the late 90’s on former plantation land rich in history, one of the principal HOA’s, Lansdowne on the Potomac, is fully built out and has 2,155 homes on site; 1,442 are detached homes and 713 attached single-family homes. The Lansdowne on the Potomac HOA is professionally managed by Community Management Corporation of Chantilly, VA. Four main residential areas were developed in phases by different developers: “Coton Commons,” “River Oaks,” “The Highlands;” and“West Goose Creek.” Avoiding a cutter-cutter look, a variety of builders are sprinkled throughout each area and include the award-winning Van Metre, Brookfield (including Brookfield’s purchase of John Lang Builders), Beazer Homes, NV Homes, Basheer & Edgemoore, and Centex. Fees for the HOA are reasonably in the middle, and include cable, internet, and telephone service, as well as membership in the Potomac Club, maintenance of common areas, management of the Association, and trash removal and recycling.  In addition to the single-family residential areas, the Lansdowne community includes the townhomes and condominiums of the Village Greens, run as a separate HOA. Being conveniently located next to the Lansdowne Town Center, a mix of retail, restaurant, and office space, makes it easy to work near home. Also in the Lansdowne area, Leisure World is a luxury high-rise retirement community, run separately with its own HOA. Areas held in common for these three principal HOA’s at Lansdowne are, among others, INOVA Loudoun Hospital, the retail and services of the Lansdowne Town Center, the luxurious Lansdowne Resort, a new fire station, and Camden Apartments. These properties contribute to both the resort and business atmosphere of the residential community.  The developer of Lansdowne dedicated certain areas to Loudoun County, held in common by all the Lansdowne HOA’s, including a natural park on the Potomac.  Jean Garrell, a Lansdowne resident and real estate specialist, pointed out the benefits of living in Lansdowne when she said, “Residents and families really love living here. The different builders intermixed all throughout give a unique charm to the neighborhood. Landowne’s resort style living offers something for everyone to include three PGA Golf Courses and a new 40,000 sq. foot state-of-the-art Golf Club, Potomac Club’s Recreational Facility with indoor and outdoor pools, sports complex fields, canoe and kayak launch on Goose Creek, walking and biking trails, and so much more. Additional draws are sought-after schools and a hospital located right on the property, with the new Lansdowne Town Center that has shopping, restaurants and entertainment.”  A focal point of the community does seem to be the Potomac Club complex and is a big draw for many families living in Lansdowne on the Potomac. A lap lane is usually always available at the 25-meter indoor pool. Outside, there is a resort style pool with spa that supports a lively swim team, “The Lightnings,” during summer months. Joanne Copperthite, a mother and 6-year resident of Lansdowne on the Potomac, said “We have the best swim team! My kids have had the greatest time. Best decision we ever made to get our kids involved.” To their merit, the swim team often raises money for charitable events, which keeps the entire community connected. Beside the pools, the Potomac Club complex also houses exercise and aerobics rooms, computer business centers, meeting rooms, game rooms, and a ballroom that can be rented for special events and receptions, and is in frequent use for social events sponsored by the active HOA. On the exterior grounds of the Club, a tot-lot, and a beach volleyball court extend relaxation opportunities. During the summer months, the community enjoys outdoor concerts and bands at the amphitheater, and the whole area looks forward to the annual Oktoberfest.  Most residents throughout Lansdowne are young professionals in their 30’s and 40’s, raising families, although sprinkled throughout the neighborhoods are plenty of empty nesters and some retired couples.  Lansdowne on the Potomac is fully built out, and there are usually always homes available. The price ranges for homes vary from town homes and condominiums priced in the 300’s to the luxury executive homes priced in the 1 million range. John Whitbeck, Lansdowne on the Potomac HOA President and an attorney in Leesburg said, “We have amazing diversity here at Lansdowne on the Potomac—so many varied backgrounds, all living together as a community. I love living here, knowing that my kids will grow up being exposed to so many different kinds of people. It’s a great place to live.”  All students in Lansdowne neighborhoods attend schools that are part of Loudoun County Public Schools, offering educational programs that rank with the best in Virginia and in the nation, providing well-run programs for Gifted Students, Vocational and Alternative Education, as well as Special Education. Onsite, elementary students attend Seldens Landing Elementary; middle school students attend Belmont Ridge Middle. Until 2010, High schoolers have attended Stone Bridge High School in Ashburn, a short distance away. Those Stone Bridge students may continue there or continue with incoming students to the newly completed Tuscarora High School, just north of Leesburg.  On the property of Lansdowne on the Potomac, adjacent to what is now the Potomac Club house, sit two recently renovated buildings, a smaller smoke house and a larger, full detached kitchen that were once part of the Coton Plantation, run in the 1800’s by Thomas Ludwell Lee, Jr., a member of the illustrious Lee family for whom Leesburg was named. The Coton Plantation was an active plantation through that time and you can still see part of Mary’s Mill when hiking along nearby Goose Creek Trail. The silo from the plantation’s barn is now part of the Club house, adding history and character to the site. Whitbeck appreciates these symbols from history that are mixed in with the modern country club lifestyle.  “We live close enough to the toll road to have easy access to all points east into D.C.,” he said. “And yet we live far enough away to experience a true southern community. I don’t want to live anyplace else.” Resident Copperthite agreed. “The draw for us was this sense of community,” she said. “My kids can always find a friend here. I don’t ever have to worry, because everyone is looking after everyone else.”  Population Trends Between 2009 and 2014, the population in this area is projected to increase about 20%. In comparison, Loudoun County population is expected to grow 23.5%. The population of Virginia is projected to increase 5.5%.  Kim Kroner REALTOR® NVAR Multi-Million Dollar Club Top Producer Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. Cell: 703.946.2526 Office: 800.961.1328 Fax: (703) 972-9171 Email: Kim@KimKroner.com Web: www.kimkroner.com Web: www.TheKronerTeam.com  Languages: English, German, Deutsch, Hindi, Gujarati

 This Canterbury impresses upon entry with an amazing foyer with gorgeous arched openings, and a formal living and dining room. An open kitchen and Family room, private study and large family foyer make the main level just right for families of all sizes. Absolutely amazing views of the mountains far away from the back windows.    Key Home Features Separate Living Room & Dining Room Large Breakfast Area off of Kitchen Butler's Pantry Main Level Study Each Bedroom with Own Walk In Closet  Lansdowne on the Potomac, Leesburg Real Estate Lansdowne is an unincorporated residential planned, resort-style community, located near Leesburg, Virginia, north of Route 7 and south of the Potomac River, approximately 25 miles west of Washington, D.C. A master association, the Conservancy, umbrellas the major properties held in common, and oversees separate homeowners associations (“HOA’s”) for each project, all run separately. Under the Conservancy, there are 3 major HOA’s: Lansdowne on the Potomac, Village Greens, and Leisure World. Additionally, there are smaller HOA’s for the lands held in common that include office and retail space, as well as other services, creating a complete town center under the area called Lansdowne. With the additional presence of the luxurious Lansdowne Resort, residents enjoy a country club style of living with the convenience of shopping and services, making it a prized location in Loudoun County.  Developed in the late 90’s on former plantation land rich in history, one of the principal HOA’s, Lansdowne on the Potomac, is fully built out and has 2,155 homes on site; 1,442 are detached homes and 713 attached single-family homes. The Lansdowne on the Potomac HOA is professionally managed by Community Management Corporation of Chantilly, VA. Four main residential areas were developed in phases by different developers: “Coton Commons,” “River Oaks,” “The Highlands;” and“West Goose Creek.” Avoiding a cutter-cutter look, a variety of builders are sprinkled throughout each area and include the award-winning Van Metre, Brookfield (including Brookfield’s purchase of John Lang Builders), Beazer Homes, NV Homes, Basheer & Edgemoore, and Centex. Fees for the HOA are reasonably in the middle, and include cable, internet, and telephone service, as well as membership in the Potomac Club, maintenance of common areas, management of the Association, and trash removal and recycling.  In addition to the single-family residential areas, the Lansdowne community includes the townhomes and condominiums of the Village Greens, run as a separate HOA. Being conveniently located next to the Lansdowne Town Center, a mix of retail, restaurant, and office space, makes it easy to work near home. Also in the Lansdowne area, Leisure World is a luxury high-rise retirement community, run separately with its own HOA. Areas held in common for these three principal HOA’s at Lansdowne are, among others, INOVA Loudoun Hospital, the retail and services of the Lansdowne Town Center, the luxurious Lansdowne Resort, a new fire station, and Camden Apartments. These properties contribute to both the resort and business atmosphere of the residential community.  The developer of Lansdowne dedicated certain areas to Loudoun County, held in common by all the Lansdowne HOA’s, including a natural park on the Potomac.  Jean Garrell, a Lansdowne resident and real estate specialist, pointed out the benefits of living in Lansdowne when she said, “Residents and families really love living here. The different builders intermixed all throughout give a unique charm to the neighborhood. Landowne’s resort style living offers something for everyone to include three PGA Golf Courses and a new 40,000 sq. foot state-of-the-art Golf Club, Potomac Club’s Recreational Facility with indoor and outdoor pools, sports complex fields, canoe and kayak launch on Goose Creek, walking and biking trails, and so much more. Additional draws are sought-after schools and a hospital located right on the property, with the new Lansdowne Town Center that has shopping, restaurants and entertainment.”  A focal point of the community does seem to be the Potomac Club complex and is a big draw for many families living in Lansdowne on the Potomac. A lap lane is usually always available at the 25-meter indoor pool. Outside, there is a resort style pool with spa that supports a lively swim team, “The Lightnings,” during summer months. Joanne Copperthite, a mother and 6-year resident of Lansdowne on the Potomac, said “We have the best swim team! My kids have had the greatest time. Best decision we ever made to get our kids involved.” To their merit, the swim team often raises money for charitable events, which keeps the entire community connected. Beside the pools, the Potomac Club complex also houses exercise and aerobics rooms, computer business centers, meeting rooms, game rooms, and a ballroom that can be rented for special events and receptions, and is in frequent use for social events sponsored by the active HOA. On the exterior grounds of the Club, a tot-lot, and a beach volleyball court extend relaxation opportunities. During the summer months, the community enjoys outdoor concerts and bands at the amphitheater, and the whole area looks forward to the annual Oktoberfest.  Most residents throughout Lansdowne are young professionals in their 30’s and 40’s, raising families, although sprinkled throughout the neighborhoods are plenty of empty nesters and some retired couples.  Lansdowne on the Potomac is fully built out, and there are usually always homes available. The price ranges for homes vary from town homes and condominiums priced in the 300’s to the luxury executive homes priced in the 1 million range. John Whitbeck, Lansdowne on the Potomac HOA President and an attorney in Leesburg said, “We have amazing diversity here at Lansdowne on the Potomac—so many varied backgrounds, all living together as a community. I love living here, knowing that my kids will grow up being exposed to so many different kinds of people. It’s a great place to live.”  All students in Lansdowne neighborhoods attend schools that are part of Loudoun County Public Schools, offering educational programs that rank with the best in Virginia and in the nation, providing well-run programs for Gifted Students, Vocational and Alternative Education, as well as Special Education. Onsite, elementary students attend Seldens Landing Elementary; middle school students attend Belmont Ridge Middle. Until 2010, High schoolers have attended Stone Bridge High School in Ashburn, a short distance away. Those Stone Bridge students may continue there or continue with incoming students to the newly completed Tuscarora High School, just north of Leesburg.  On the property of Lansdowne on the Potomac, adjacent to what is now the Potomac Club house, sit two recently renovated buildings, a smaller smoke house and a larger, full detached kitchen that were once part of the Coton Plantation, run in the 1800’s by Thomas Ludwell Lee, Jr., a member of the illustrious Lee family for whom Leesburg was named. The Coton Plantation was an active plantation through that time and you can still see part of Mary’s Mill when hiking along nearby Goose Creek Trail. The silo from the plantation’s barn is now part of the Club house, adding history and character to the site. Whitbeck appreciates these symbols from history that are mixed in with the modern country club lifestyle.  “We live close enough to the toll road to have easy access to all points east into D.C.,” he said. “And yet we live far enough away to experience a true southern community. I don’t want to live anyplace else.” Resident Copperthite agreed. “The draw for us was this sense of community,” she said. “My kids can always find a friend here. I don’t ever have to worry, because everyone is looking after everyone else.”  Population Trends Between 2009 and 2014, the population in this area is projected to increase about 20%. In comparison, Loudoun County population is expected to grow 23.5%. The population of Virginia is projected to increase 5.5%.  Kim Kroner REALTOR® NVAR Multi-Million Dollar Club Top Producer Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. Cell: 703.946.2526 Office: 800.961.1328 Fax: (703) 972-9171 Email: Kim@KimKroner.com Web: www.kimkroner.com Web: www.TheKronerTeam.com  Languages: English, German, Deutsch, Hindi, Gujarati

 This Canterbury impresses upon entry with an amazing foyer with gorgeous arched openings, and a formal living and dining room. An open kitchen and Family room, private study and large family foyer make the main level just right for families of all sizes. Absolutely amazing views of the mountains far away from the back windows.    Key Home Features Separate Living Room & Dining Room Large Breakfast Area off of Kitchen Butler's Pantry Main Level Study Each Bedroom with Own Walk In Closet  Lansdowne on the Potomac, Leesburg Real Estate Lansdowne is an unincorporated residential planned, resort-style community, located near Leesburg, Virginia, north of Route 7 and south of the Potomac River, approximately 25 miles west of Washington, D.C. A master association, the Conservancy, umbrellas the major properties held in common, and oversees separate homeowners associations (“HOA’s”) for each project, all run separately. Under the Conservancy, there are 3 major HOA’s: Lansdowne on the Potomac, Village Greens, and Leisure World. Additionally, there are smaller HOA’s for the lands held in common that include office and retail space, as well as other services, creating a complete town center under the area called Lansdowne. With the additional presence of the luxurious Lansdowne Resort, residents enjoy a country club style of living with the convenience of shopping and services, making it a prized location in Loudoun County.  Developed in the late 90’s on former plantation land rich in history, one of the principal HOA’s, Lansdowne on the Potomac, is fully built out and has 2,155 homes on site; 1,442 are detached homes and 713 attached single-family homes. The Lansdowne on the Potomac HOA is professionally managed by Community Management Corporation of Chantilly, VA. Four main residential areas were developed in phases by different developers: “Coton Commons,” “River Oaks,” “The Highlands;” and“West Goose Creek.” Avoiding a cutter-cutter look, a variety of builders are sprinkled throughout each area and include the award-winning Van Metre, Brookfield (including Brookfield’s purchase of John Lang Builders), Beazer Homes, NV Homes, Basheer & Edgemoore, and Centex. Fees for the HOA are reasonably in the middle, and include cable, internet, and telephone service, as well as membership in the Potomac Club, maintenance of common areas, management of the Association, and trash removal and recycling.  In addition to the single-family residential areas, the Lansdowne community includes the townhomes and condominiums of the Village Greens, run as a separate HOA. Being conveniently located next to the Lansdowne Town Center, a mix of retail, restaurant, and office space, makes it easy to work near home. Also in the Lansdowne area, Leisure World is a luxury high-rise retirement community, run separately with its own HOA. Areas held in common for these three principal HOA’s at Lansdowne are, among others, INOVA Loudoun Hospital, the retail and services of the Lansdowne Town Center, the luxurious Lansdowne Resort, a new fire station, and Camden Apartments. These properties contribute to both the resort and business atmosphere of the residential community.  The developer of Lansdowne dedicated certain areas to Loudoun County, held in common by all the Lansdowne HOA’s, including a natural park on the Potomac.  Jean Garrell, a Lansdowne resident and real estate specialist, pointed out the benefits of living in Lansdowne when she said, “Residents and families really love living here. The different builders intermixed all throughout give a unique charm to the neighborhood. Landowne’s resort style living offers something for everyone to include three PGA Golf Courses and a new 40,000 sq. foot state-of-the-art Golf Club, Potomac Club’s Recreational Facility with indoor and outdoor pools, sports complex fields, canoe and kayak launch on Goose Creek, walking and biking trails, and so much more. Additional draws are sought-after schools and a hospital located right on the property, with the new Lansdowne Town Center that has shopping, restaurants and entertainment.”  A focal point of the community does seem to be the Potomac Club complex and is a big draw for many families living in Lansdowne on the Potomac. A lap lane is usually always available at the 25-meter indoor pool. Outside, there is a resort style pool with spa that supports a lively swim team, “The Lightnings,” during summer months. Joanne Copperthite, a mother and 6-year resident of Lansdowne on the Potomac, said “We have the best swim team! My kids have had the greatest time. Best decision we ever made to get our kids involved.” To their merit, the swim team often raises money for charitable events, which keeps the entire community connected. Beside the pools, the Potomac Club complex also houses exercise and aerobics rooms, computer business centers, meeting rooms, game rooms, and a ballroom that can be rented for special events and receptions, and is in frequent use for social events sponsored by the active HOA. On the exterior grounds of the Club, a tot-lot, and a beach volleyball court extend relaxation opportunities. During the summer months, the community enjoys outdoor concerts and bands at the amphitheater, and the whole area looks forward to the annual Oktoberfest.  Most residents throughout Lansdowne are young professionals in their 30’s and 40’s, raising families, although sprinkled throughout the neighborhoods are plenty of empty nesters and some retired couples.  Lansdowne on the Potomac is fully built out, and there are usually always homes available. The price ranges for homes vary from town homes and condominiums priced in the 300’s to the luxury executive homes priced in the 1 million range. John Whitbeck, Lansdowne on the Potomac HOA President and an attorney in Leesburg said, “We have amazing diversity here at Lansdowne on the Potomac—so many varied backgrounds, all living together as a community. I love living here, knowing that my kids will grow up being exposed to so many different kinds of people. It’s a great place to live.”  All students in Lansdowne neighborhoods attend schools that are part of Loudoun County Public Schools, offering educational programs that rank with the best in Virginia and in the nation, providing well-run programs for Gifted Students, Vocational and Alternative Education, as well as Special Education. Onsite, elementary students attend Seldens Landing Elementary; middle school students attend Belmont Ridge Middle. Until 2010, High schoolers have attended Stone Bridge High School in Ashburn, a short distance away. Those Stone Bridge students may continue there or continue with incoming students to the newly completed Tuscarora High School, just north of Leesburg.  On the property of Lansdowne on the Potomac, adjacent to what is now the Potomac Club house, sit two recently renovated buildings, a smaller smoke house and a larger, full detached kitchen that were once part of the Coton Plantation, run in the 1800’s by Thomas Ludwell Lee, Jr., a member of the illustrious Lee family for whom Leesburg was named. The Coton Plantation was an active plantation through that time and you can still see part of Mary’s Mill when hiking along nearby Goose Creek Trail. The silo from the plantation’s barn is now part of the Club house, adding history and character to the site. Whitbeck appreciates these symbols from history that are mixed in with the modern country club lifestyle.  “We live close enough to the toll road to have easy access to all points east into D.C.,” he said. “And yet we live far enough away to experience a true southern community. I don’t want to live anyplace else.” Resident Copperthite agreed. “The draw for us was this sense of community,” she said. “My kids can always find a friend here. I don’t ever have to worry, because everyone is looking after everyone else.”  Population Trends Between 2009 and 2014, the population in this area is projected to increase about 20%. In comparison, Loudoun County population is expected to grow 23.5%. The population of Virginia is projected to increase 5.5%.  Kim Kroner REALTOR® NVAR Multi-Million Dollar Club Top Producer Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. Cell: 703.946.2526 Office: 800.961.1328 Fax: (703) 972-9171 Email: Kim@KimKroner.com Web: www.kimkroner.com Web: www.TheKronerTeam.com  Languages: English, German, Deutsch, Hindi, Gujarati

 This Canterbury impresses upon entry with an amazing foyer with gorgeous arched openings, and a formal living and dining room. An open kitchen and Family room, private study and large family foyer make the main level just right for families of all sizes. Absolutely amazing views of the mountains far away from the back windows.    Key Home Features Separate Living Room & Dining Room Large Breakfast Area off of Kitchen Butler's Pantry Main Level Study Each Bedroom with Own Walk In Closet  Lansdowne on the Potomac, Leesburg Real Estate Lansdowne is an unincorporated residential planned, resort-style community, located near Leesburg, Virginia, north of Route 7 and south of the Potomac River, approximately 25 miles west of Washington, D.C. A master association, the Conservancy, umbrellas the major properties held in common, and oversees separate homeowners associations (“HOA’s”) for each project, all run separately. Under the Conservancy, there are 3 major HOA’s: Lansdowne on the Potomac, Village Greens, and Leisure World. Additionally, there are smaller HOA’s for the lands held in common that include office and retail space, as well as other services, creating a complete town center under the area called Lansdowne. With the additional presence of the luxurious Lansdowne Resort, residents enjoy a country club style of living with the convenience of shopping and services, making it a prized location in Loudoun County.  Developed in the late 90’s on former plantation land rich in history, one of the principal HOA’s, Lansdowne on the Potomac, is fully built out and has 2,155 homes on site; 1,442 are detached homes and 713 attached single-family homes. The Lansdowne on the Potomac HOA is professionally managed by Community Management Corporation of Chantilly, VA. Four main residential areas were developed in phases by different developers: “Coton Commons,” “River Oaks,” “The Highlands;” and“West Goose Creek.” Avoiding a cutter-cutter look, a variety of builders are sprinkled throughout each area and include the award-winning Van Metre, Brookfield (including Brookfield’s purchase of John Lang Builders), Beazer Homes, NV Homes, Basheer & Edgemoore, and Centex. Fees for the HOA are reasonably in the middle, and include cable, internet, and telephone service, as well as membership in the Potomac Club, maintenance of common areas, management of the Association, and trash removal and recycling.  In addition to the single-family residential areas, the Lansdowne community includes the townhomes and condominiums of the Village Greens, run as a separate HOA. Being conveniently located next to the Lansdowne Town Center, a mix of retail, restaurant, and office space, makes it easy to work near home. Also in the Lansdowne area, Leisure World is a luxury high-rise retirement community, run separately with its own HOA. Areas held in common for these three principal HOA’s at Lansdowne are, among others, INOVA Loudoun Hospital, the retail and services of the Lansdowne Town Center, the luxurious Lansdowne Resort, a new fire station, and Camden Apartments. These properties contribute to both the resort and business atmosphere of the residential community.  The developer of Lansdowne dedicated certain areas to Loudoun County, held in common by all the Lansdowne HOA’s, including a natural park on the Potomac.  Jean Garrell, a Lansdowne resident and real estate specialist, pointed out the benefits of living in Lansdowne when she said, “Residents and families really love living here. The different builders intermixed all throughout give a unique charm to the neighborhood. Landowne’s resort style living offers something for everyone to include three PGA Golf Courses and a new 40,000 sq. foot state-of-the-art Golf Club, Potomac Club’s Recreational Facility with indoor and outdoor pools, sports complex fields, canoe and kayak launch on Goose Creek, walking and biking trails, and so much more. Additional draws are sought-after schools and a hospital located right on the property, with the new Lansdowne Town Center that has shopping, restaurants and entertainment.”  A focal point of the community does seem to be the Potomac Club complex and is a big draw for many families living in Lansdowne on the Potomac. A lap lane is usually always available at the 25-meter indoor pool. Outside, there is a resort style pool with spa that supports a lively swim team, “The Lightnings,” during summer months. Joanne Copperthite, a mother and 6-year resident of Lansdowne on the Potomac, said “We have the best swim team! My kids have had the greatest time. Best decision we ever made to get our kids involved.” To their merit, the swim team often raises money for charitable events, which keeps the entire community connected. Beside the pools, the Potomac Club complex also houses exercise and aerobics rooms, computer business centers, meeting rooms, game rooms, and a ballroom that can be rented for special events and receptions, and is in frequent use for social events sponsored by the active HOA. On the exterior grounds of the Club, a tot-lot, and a beach volleyball court extend relaxation opportunities. During the summer months, the community enjoys outdoor concerts and bands at the amphitheater, and the whole area looks forward to the annual Oktoberfest.  Most residents throughout Lansdowne are young professionals in their 30’s and 40’s, raising families, although sprinkled throughout the neighborhoods are plenty of empty nesters and some retired couples.  Lansdowne on the Potomac is fully built out, and there are usually always homes available. The price ranges for homes vary from town homes and condominiums priced in the 300’s to the luxury executive homes priced in the 1 million range. John Whitbeck, Lansdowne on the Potomac HOA President and an attorney in Leesburg said, “We have amazing diversity here at Lansdowne on the Potomac—so many varied backgrounds, all living together as a community. I love living here, knowing that my kids will grow up being exposed to so many different kinds of people. It’s a great place to live.”  All students in Lansdowne neighborhoods attend schools that are part of Loudoun County Public Schools, offering educational programs that rank with the best in Virginia and in the nation, providing well-run programs for Gifted Students, Vocational and Alternative Education, as well as Special Education. Onsite, elementary students attend Seldens Landing Elementary; middle school students attend Belmont Ridge Middle. Until 2010, High schoolers have attended Stone Bridge High School in Ashburn, a short distance away. Those Stone Bridge students may continue there or continue with incoming students to the newly completed Tuscarora High School, just north of Leesburg.  On the property of Lansdowne on the Potomac, adjacent to what is now the Potomac Club house, sit two recently renovated buildings, a smaller smoke house and a larger, full detached kitchen that were once part of the Coton Plantation, run in the 1800’s by Thomas Ludwell Lee, Jr., a member of the illustrious Lee family for whom Leesburg was named. The Coton Plantation was an active plantation through that time and you can still see part of Mary’s Mill when hiking along nearby Goose Creek Trail. The silo from the plantation’s barn is now part of the Club house, adding history and character to the site. Whitbeck appreciates these symbols from history that are mixed in with the modern country club lifestyle.  “We live close enough to the toll road to have easy access to all points east into D.C.,” he said. “And yet we live far enough away to experience a true southern community. I don’t want to live anyplace else.” Resident Copperthite agreed. “The draw for us was this sense of community,” she said. “My kids can always find a friend here. I don’t ever have to worry, because everyone is looking after everyone else.”  Population Trends Between 2009 and 2014, the population in this area is projected to increase about 20%. In comparison, Loudoun County population is expected to grow 23.5%. The population of Virginia is projected to increase 5.5%.  Kim Kroner REALTOR® NVAR Multi-Million Dollar Club Top Producer Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. Cell: 703.946.2526 Office: 800.961.1328 Fax: (703) 972-9171 Email: Kim@KimKroner.com Web: www.kimkroner.com Web: www.TheKronerTeam.com  Languages: English, German, Deutsch, Hindi, Gujarati

 This Canterbury impresses upon entry with an amazing foyer with gorgeous arched openings, and a formal living and dining room. An open kitchen and Family room, private study and large family foyer make the main level just right for families of all sizes. Absolutely amazing views of the mountains far away from the back windows.    Key Home Features Separate Living Room & Dining Room Large Breakfast Area off of Kitchen Butler's Pantry Main Level Study Each Bedroom with Own Walk In Closet  Lansdowne on the Potomac, Leesburg Real Estate Lansdowne is an unincorporated residential planned, resort-style community, located near Leesburg, Virginia, north of Route 7 and south of the Potomac River, approximately 25 miles west of Washington, D.C. A master association, the Conservancy, umbrellas the major properties held in common, and oversees separate homeowners associations (“HOA’s”) for each project, all run separately. Under the Conservancy, there are 3 major HOA’s: Lansdowne on the Potomac, Village Greens, and Leisure World. Additionally, there are smaller HOA’s for the lands held in common that include office and retail space, as well as other services, creating a complete town center under the area called Lansdowne. With the additional presence of the luxurious Lansdowne Resort, residents enjoy a country club style of living with the convenience of shopping and services, making it a prized location in Loudoun County.  Developed in the late 90’s on former plantation land rich in history, one of the principal HOA’s, Lansdowne on the Potomac, is fully built out and has 2,155 homes on site; 1,442 are detached homes and 713 attached single-family homes. The Lansdowne on the Potomac HOA is professionally managed by Community Management Corporation of Chantilly, VA. Four main residential areas were developed in phases by different developers: “Coton Commons,” “River Oaks,” “The Highlands;” and“West Goose Creek.” Avoiding a cutter-cutter look, a variety of builders are sprinkled throughout each area and include the award-winning Van Metre, Brookfield (including Brookfield’s purchase of John Lang Builders), Beazer Homes, NV Homes, Basheer & Edgemoore, and Centex. Fees for the HOA are reasonably in the middle, and include cable, internet, and telephone service, as well as membership in the Potomac Club, maintenance of common areas, management of the Association, and trash removal and recycling.  In addition to the single-family residential areas, the Lansdowne community includes the townhomes and condominiums of the Village Greens, run as a separate HOA. Being conveniently located next to the Lansdowne Town Center, a mix of retail, restaurant, and office space, makes it easy to work near home. Also in the Lansdowne area, Leisure World is a luxury high-rise retirement community, run separately with its own HOA. Areas held in common for these three principal HOA’s at Lansdowne are, among others, INOVA Loudoun Hospital, the retail and services of the Lansdowne Town Center, the luxurious Lansdowne Resort, a new fire station, and Camden Apartments. These properties contribute to both the resort and business atmosphere of the residential community.  The developer of Lansdowne dedicated certain areas to Loudoun County, held in common by all the Lansdowne HOA’s, including a natural park on the Potomac.  Jean Garrell, a Lansdowne resident and real estate specialist, pointed out the benefits of living in Lansdowne when she said, “Residents and families really love living here. The different builders intermixed all throughout give a unique charm to the neighborhood. Landowne’s resort style living offers something for everyone to include three PGA Golf Courses and a new 40,000 sq. foot state-of-the-art Golf Club, Potomac Club’s Recreational Facility with indoor and outdoor pools, sports complex fields, canoe and kayak launch on Goose Creek, walking and biking trails, and so much more. Additional draws are sought-after schools and a hospital located right on the property, with the new Lansdowne Town Center that has shopping, restaurants and entertainment.”  A focal point of the community does seem to be the Potomac Club complex and is a big draw for many families living in Lansdowne on the Potomac. A lap lane is usually always available at the 25-meter indoor pool. Outside, there is a resort style pool with spa that supports a lively swim team, “The Lightnings,” during summer months. Joanne Copperthite, a mother and 6-year resident of Lansdowne on the Potomac, said “We have the best swim team! My kids have had the greatest time. Best decision we ever made to get our kids involved.” To their merit, the swim team often raises money for charitable events, which keeps the entire community connected. Beside the pools, the Potomac Club complex also houses exercise and aerobics rooms, computer business centers, meeting rooms, game rooms, and a ballroom that can be rented for special events and receptions, and is in frequent use for social events sponsored by the active HOA. On the exterior grounds of the Club, a tot-lot, and a beach volleyball court extend relaxation opportunities. During the summer months, the community enjoys outdoor concerts and bands at the amphitheater, and the whole area looks forward to the annual Oktoberfest.  Most residents throughout Lansdowne are young professionals in their 30’s and 40’s, raising families, although sprinkled throughout the neighborhoods are plenty of empty nesters and some retired couples.  Lansdowne on the Potomac is fully built out, and there are usually always homes available. The price ranges for homes vary from town homes and condominiums priced in the 300’s to the luxury executive homes priced in the 1 million range. John Whitbeck, Lansdowne on the Potomac HOA President and an attorney in Leesburg said, “We have amazing diversity here at Lansdowne on the Potomac—so many varied backgrounds, all living together as a community. I love living here, knowing that my kids will grow up being exposed to so many different kinds of people. It’s a great place to live.”  All students in Lansdowne neighborhoods attend schools that are part of Loudoun County Public Schools, offering educational programs that rank with the best in Virginia and in the nation, providing well-run programs for Gifted Students, Vocational and Alternative Education, as well as Special Education. Onsite, elementary students attend Seldens Landing Elementary; middle school students attend Belmont Ridge Middle. Until 2010, High schoolers have attended Stone Bridge High School in Ashburn, a short distance away. Those Stone Bridge students may continue there or continue with incoming students to the newly completed Tuscarora High School, just north of Leesburg.  On the property of Lansdowne on the Potomac, adjacent to what is now the Potomac Club house, sit two recently renovated buildings, a smaller smoke house and a larger, full detached kitchen that were once part of the Coton Plantation, run in the 1800’s by Thomas Ludwell Lee, Jr., a member of the illustrious Lee family for whom Leesburg was named. The Coton Plantation was an active plantation through that time and you can still see part of Mary’s Mill when hiking along nearby Goose Creek Trail. The silo from the plantation’s barn is now part of the Club house, adding history and character to the site. Whitbeck appreciates these symbols from history that are mixed in with the modern country club lifestyle.  “We live close enough to the toll road to have easy access to all points east into D.C.,” he said. “And yet we live far enough away to experience a true southern community. I don’t want to live anyplace else.” Resident Copperthite agreed. “The draw for us was this sense of community,” she said. “My kids can always find a friend here. I don’t ever have to worry, because everyone is looking after everyone else.”  Population Trends Between 2009 and 2014, the population in this area is projected to increase about 20%. In comparison, Loudoun County population is expected to grow 23.5%. The population of Virginia is projected to increase 5.5%.  Kim Kroner REALTOR® NVAR Multi-Million Dollar Club Top Producer Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. Cell: 703.946.2526 Office: 800.961.1328 Fax: (703) 972-9171 Email: Kim@KimKroner.com Web: www.kimkroner.com Web: www.TheKronerTeam.com  Languages: English, German, Deutsch, Hindi, Gujarati

 This Canterbury impresses upon entry with an amazing foyer with gorgeous arched openings, and a formal living and dining room. An open kitchen and Family room, private study and large family foyer make the main level just right for families of all sizes. Absolutely amazing views of the mountains far away from the back windows.    Key Home Features Separate Living Room & Dining Room Large Breakfast Area off of Kitchen Butler's Pantry Main Level Study Each Bedroom with Own Walk In Closet  Lansdowne on the Potomac, Leesburg Real Estate Lansdowne is an unincorporated residential planned, resort-style community, located near Leesburg, Virginia, north of Route 7 and south of the Potomac River, approximately 25 miles west of Washington, D.C. A master association, the Conservancy, umbrellas the major properties held in common, and oversees separate homeowners associations (“HOA’s”) for each project, all run separately. Under the Conservancy, there are 3 major HOA’s: Lansdowne on the Potomac, Village Greens, and Leisure World. Additionally, there are smaller HOA’s for the lands held in common that include office and retail space, as well as other services, creating a complete town center under the area called Lansdowne. With the additional presence of the luxurious Lansdowne Resort, residents enjoy a country club style of living with the convenience of shopping and services, making it a prized location in Loudoun County.  Developed in the late 90’s on former plantation land rich in history, one of the principal HOA’s, Lansdowne on the Potomac, is fully built out and has 2,155 homes on site; 1,442 are detached homes and 713 attached single-family homes. The Lansdowne on the Potomac HOA is professionally managed by Community Management Corporation of Chantilly, VA. Four main residential areas were developed in phases by different developers: “Coton Commons,” “River Oaks,” “The Highlands;” and“West Goose Creek.” Avoiding a cutter-cutter look, a variety of builders are sprinkled throughout each area and include the award-winning Van Metre, Brookfield (including Brookfield’s purchase of John Lang Builders), Beazer Homes, NV Homes, Basheer & Edgemoore, and Centex. Fees for the HOA are reasonably in the middle, and include cable, internet, and telephone service, as well as membership in the Potomac Club, maintenance of common areas, management of the Association, and trash removal and recycling.  In addition to the single-family residential areas, the Lansdowne community includes the townhomes and condominiums of the Village Greens, run as a separate HOA. Being conveniently located next to the Lansdowne Town Center, a mix of retail, restaurant, and office space, makes it easy to work near home. Also in the Lansdowne area, Leisure World is a luxury high-rise retirement community, run separately with its own HOA. Areas held in common for these three principal HOA’s at Lansdowne are, among others, INOVA Loudoun Hospital, the retail and services of the Lansdowne Town Center, the luxurious Lansdowne Resort, a new fire station, and Camden Apartments. These properties contribute to both the resort and business atmosphere of the residential community.  The developer of Lansdowne dedicated certain areas to Loudoun County, held in common by all the Lansdowne HOA’s, including a natural park on the Potomac.  Jean Garrell, a Lansdowne resident and real estate specialist, pointed out the benefits of living in Lansdowne when she said, “Residents and families really love living here. The different builders intermixed all throughout give a unique charm to the neighborhood. Landowne’s resort style living offers something for everyone to include three PGA Golf Courses and a new 40,000 sq. foot state-of-the-art Golf Club, Potomac Club’s Recreational Facility with indoor and outdoor pools, sports complex fields, canoe and kayak launch on Goose Creek, walking and biking trails, and so much more. Additional draws are sought-after schools and a hospital located right on the property, with the new Lansdowne Town Center that has shopping, restaurants and entertainment.”  A focal point of the community does seem to be the Potomac Club complex and is a big draw for many families living in Lansdowne on the Potomac. A lap lane is usually always available at the 25-meter indoor pool. Outside, there is a resort style pool with spa that supports a lively swim team, “The Lightnings,” during summer months. Joanne Copperthite, a mother and 6-year resident of Lansdowne on the Potomac, said “We have the best swim team! My kids have had the greatest time. Best decision we ever made to get our kids involved.” To their merit, the swim team often raises money for charitable events, which keeps the entire community connected. Beside the pools, the Potomac Club complex also houses exercise and aerobics rooms, computer business centers, meeting rooms, game rooms, and a ballroom that can be rented for special events and receptions, and is in frequent use for social events sponsored by the active HOA. On the exterior grounds of the Club, a tot-lot, and a beach volleyball court extend relaxation opportunities. During the summer months, the community enjoys outdoor concerts and bands at the amphitheater, and the whole area looks forward to the annual Oktoberfest.  Most residents throughout Lansdowne are young professionals in their 30’s and 40’s, raising families, although sprinkled throughout the neighborhoods are plenty of empty nesters and some retired couples.  Lansdowne on the Potomac is fully built out, and there are usually always homes available. The price ranges for homes vary from town homes and condominiums priced in the 300’s to the luxury executive homes priced in the 1 million range. John Whitbeck, Lansdowne on the Potomac HOA President and an attorney in Leesburg said, “We have amazing diversity here at Lansdowne on the Potomac—so many varied backgrounds, all living together as a community. I love living here, knowing that my kids will grow up being exposed to so many different kinds of people. It’s a great place to live.”  All students in Lansdowne neighborhoods attend schools that are part of Loudoun County Public Schools, offering educational programs that rank with the best in Virginia and in the nation, providing well-run programs for Gifted Students, Vocational and Alternative Education, as well as Special Education. Onsite, elementary students attend Seldens Landing Elementary; middle school students attend Belmont Ridge Middle. Until 2010, High schoolers have attended Stone Bridge High School in Ashburn, a short distance away. Those Stone Bridge students may continue there or continue with incoming students to the newly completed Tuscarora High School, just north of Leesburg.  On the property of Lansdowne on the Potomac, adjacent to what is now the Potomac Club house, sit two recently renovated buildings, a smaller smoke house and a larger, full detached kitchen that were once part of the Coton Plantation, run in the 1800’s by Thomas Ludwell Lee, Jr., a member of the illustrious Lee family for whom Leesburg was named. The Coton Plantation was an active plantation through that time and you can still see part of Mary’s Mill when hiking along nearby Goose Creek Trail. The silo from the plantation’s barn is now part of the Club house, adding history and character to the site. Whitbeck appreciates these symbols from history that are mixed in with the modern country club lifestyle.  “We live close enough to the toll road to have easy access to all points east into D.C.,” he said. “And yet we live far enough away to experience a true southern community. I don’t want to live anyplace else.” Resident Copperthite agreed. “The draw for us was this sense of community,” she said. “My kids can always find a friend here. I don’t ever have to worry, because everyone is looking after everyone else.”  Population Trends Between 2009 and 2014, the population in this area is projected to increase about 20%. In comparison, Loudoun County population is expected to grow 23.5%. The population of Virginia is projected to increase 5.5%.  Kim Kroner REALTOR® NVAR Multi-Million Dollar Club Top Producer Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. Cell: 703.946.2526 Office: 800.961.1328 Fax: (703) 972-9171 Email: Kim@KimKroner.com Web: www.kimkroner.com Web: www.TheKronerTeam.com  Languages: English, German, Deutsch, Hindi, Gujarati

 This Canterbury impresses upon entry with an amazing foyer with gorgeous arched openings, and a formal living and dining room. An open kitchen and Family room, private study and large family foyer make the main level just right for families of all sizes. Absolutely amazing views of the mountains far away from the back windows.    Key Home Features Separate Living Room & Dining Room Large Breakfast Area off of Kitchen Butler's Pantry Main Level Study Each Bedroom with Own Walk In Closet  Lansdowne on the Potomac, Leesburg Real Estate Lansdowne is an unincorporated residential planned, resort-style community, located near Leesburg, Virginia, north of Route 7 and south of the Potomac River, approximately 25 miles west of Washington, D.C. A master association, the Conservancy, umbrellas the major properties held in common, and oversees separate homeowners associations (“HOA’s”) for each project, all run separately. Under the Conservancy, there are 3 major HOA’s: Lansdowne on the Potomac, Village Greens, and Leisure World. Additionally, there are smaller HOA’s for the lands held in common that include office and retail space, as well as other services, creating a complete town center under the area called Lansdowne. With the additional presence of the luxurious Lansdowne Resort, residents enjoy a country club style of living with the convenience of shopping and services, making it a prized location in Loudoun County.  Developed in the late 90’s on former plantation land rich in history, one of the principal HOA’s, Lansdowne on the Potomac, is fully built out and has 2,155 homes on site; 1,442 are detached homes and 713 attached single-family homes. The Lansdowne on the Potomac HOA is professionally managed by Community Management Corporation of Chantilly, VA. Four main residential areas were developed in phases by different developers: “Coton Commons,” “River Oaks,” “The Highlands;” and“West Goose Creek.” Avoiding a cutter-cutter look, a variety of builders are sprinkled throughout each area and include the award-winning Van Metre, Brookfield (including Brookfield’s purchase of John Lang Builders), Beazer Homes, NV Homes, Basheer & Edgemoore, and Centex. Fees for the HOA are reasonably in the middle, and include cable, internet, and telephone service, as well as membership in the Potomac Club, maintenance of common areas, management of the Association, and trash removal and recycling.  In addition to the single-family residential areas, the Lansdowne community includes the townhomes and condominiums of the Village Greens, run as a separate HOA. Being conveniently located next to the Lansdowne Town Center, a mix of retail, restaurant, and office space, makes it easy to work near home. Also in the Lansdowne area, Leisure World is a luxury high-rise retirement community, run separately with its own HOA. Areas held in common for these three principal HOA’s at Lansdowne are, among others, INOVA Loudoun Hospital, the retail and services of the Lansdowne Town Center, the luxurious Lansdowne Resort, a new fire station, and Camden Apartments. These properties contribute to both the resort and business atmosphere of the residential community.  The developer of Lansdowne dedicated certain areas to Loudoun County, held in common by all the Lansdowne HOA’s, including a natural park on the Potomac.  Jean Garrell, a Lansdowne resident and real estate specialist, pointed out the benefits of living in Lansdowne when she said, “Residents and families really love living here. The different builders intermixed all throughout give a unique charm to the neighborhood. Landowne’s resort style living offers something for everyone to include three PGA Golf Courses and a new 40,000 sq. foot state-of-the-art Golf Club, Potomac Club’s Recreational Facility with indoor and outdoor pools, sports complex fields, canoe and kayak launch on Goose Creek, walking and biking trails, and so much more. Additional draws are sought-after schools and a hospital located right on the property, with the new Lansdowne Town Center that has shopping, restaurants and entertainment.”  A focal point of the community does seem to be the Potomac Club complex and is a big draw for many families living in Lansdowne on the Potomac. A lap lane is usually always available at the 25-meter indoor pool. Outside, there is a resort style pool with spa that supports a lively swim team, “The Lightnings,” during summer months. Joanne Copperthite, a mother and 6-year resident of Lansdowne on the Potomac, said “We have the best swim team! My kids have had the greatest time. Best decision we ever made to get our kids involved.” To their merit, the swim team often raises money for charitable events, which keeps the entire community connected. Beside the pools, the Potomac Club complex also houses exercise and aerobics rooms, computer business centers, meeting rooms, game rooms, and a ballroom that can be rented for special events and receptions, and is in frequent use for social events sponsored by the active HOA. On the exterior grounds of the Club, a tot-lot, and a beach volleyball court extend relaxation opportunities. During the summer months, the community enjoys outdoor concerts and bands at the amphitheater, and the whole area looks forward to the annual Oktoberfest.  Most residents throughout Lansdowne are young professionals in their 30’s and 40’s, raising families, although sprinkled throughout the neighborhoods are plenty of empty nesters and some retired couples.  Lansdowne on the Potomac is fully built out, and there are usually always homes available. The price ranges for homes vary from town homes and condominiums priced in the 300’s to the luxury executive homes priced in the 1 million range. John Whitbeck, Lansdowne on the Potomac HOA President and an attorney in Leesburg said, “We have amazing diversity here at Lansdowne on the Potomac—so many varied backgrounds, all living together as a community. I love living here, knowing that my kids will grow up being exposed to so many different kinds of people. It’s a great place to live.”  All students in Lansdowne neighborhoods attend schools that are part of Loudoun County Public Schools, offering educational programs that rank with the best in Virginia and in the nation, providing well-run programs for Gifted Students, Vocational and Alternative Education, as well as Special Education. Onsite, elementary students attend Seldens Landing Elementary; middle school students attend Belmont Ridge Middle. Until 2010, High schoolers have attended Stone Bridge High School in Ashburn, a short distance away. Those Stone Bridge students may continue there or continue with incoming students to the newly completed Tuscarora High School, just north of Leesburg.  On the property of Lansdowne on the Potomac, adjacent to what is now the Potomac Club house, sit two recently renovated buildings, a smaller smoke house and a larger, full detached kitchen that were once part of the Coton Plantation, run in the 1800’s by Thomas Ludwell Lee, Jr., a member of the illustrious Lee family for whom Leesburg was named. The Coton Plantation was an active plantation through that time and you can still see part of Mary’s Mill when hiking along nearby Goose Creek Trail. The silo from the plantation’s barn is now part of the Club house, adding history and character to the site. Whitbeck appreciates these symbols from history that are mixed in with the modern country club lifestyle.  “We live close enough to the toll road to have easy access to all points east into D.C.,” he said. “And yet we live far enough away to experience a true southern community. I don’t want to live anyplace else.” Resident Copperthite agreed. “The draw for us was this sense of community,” she said. “My kids can always find a friend here. I don’t ever have to worry, because everyone is looking after everyone else.”  Population Trends Between 2009 and 2014, the population in this area is projected to increase about 20%. In comparison, Loudoun County population is expected to grow 23.5%. The population of Virginia is projected to increase 5.5%.  Kim Kroner REALTOR® NVAR Multi-Million Dollar Club Top Producer Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. Cell: 703.946.2526 Office: 800.961.1328 Fax: (703) 972-9171 Email: Kim@KimKroner.com Web: www.kimkroner.com Web: www.TheKronerTeam.com  Languages: English, German, Deutsch, Hindi, Gujarati

 This Canterbury impresses upon entry with an amazing foyer with gorgeous arched openings, and a formal living and dining room. An open kitchen and Family room, private study and large family foyer make the main level just right for families of all sizes. Absolutely amazing views of the mountains far away from the back windows.    Key Home Features Separate Living Room & Dining Room Large Breakfast Area off of Kitchen Butler's Pantry Main Level Study Each Bedroom with Own Walk In Closet  Lansdowne on the Potomac, Leesburg Real Estate Lansdowne is an unincorporated residential planned, resort-style community, located near Leesburg, Virginia, north of Route 7 and south of the Potomac River, approximately 25 miles west of Washington, D.C. A master association, the Conservancy, umbrellas the major properties held in common, and oversees separate homeowners associations (“HOA’s”) for each project, all run separately. Under the Conservancy, there are 3 major HOA’s: Lansdowne on the Potomac, Village Greens, and Leisure World. Additionally, there are smaller HOA’s for the lands held in common that include office and retail space, as well as other services, creating a complete town center under the area called Lansdowne. With the additional presence of the luxurious Lansdowne Resort, residents enjoy a country club style of living with the convenience of shopping and services, making it a prized location in Loudoun County.  Developed in the late 90’s on former plantation land rich in history, one of the principal HOA’s, Lansdowne on the Potomac, is fully built out and has 2,155 homes on site; 1,442 are detached homes and 713 attached single-family homes. The Lansdowne on the Potomac HOA is professionally managed by Community Management Corporation of Chantilly, VA. Four main residential areas were developed in phases by different developers: “Coton Commons,” “River Oaks,” “The Highlands;” and“West Goose Creek.” Avoiding a cutter-cutter look, a variety of builders are sprinkled throughout each area and include the award-winning Van Metre, Brookfield (including Brookfield’s purchase of John Lang Builders), Beazer Homes, NV Homes, Basheer & Edgemoore, and Centex. Fees for the HOA are reasonably in the middle, and include cable, internet, and telephone service, as well as membership in the Potomac Club, maintenance of common areas, management of the Association, and trash removal and recycling.  In addition to the single-family residential areas, the Lansdowne community includes the townhomes and condominiums of the Village Greens, run as a separate HOA. Being conveniently located next to the Lansdowne Town Center, a mix of retail, restaurant, and office space, makes it easy to work near home. Also in the Lansdowne area, Leisure World is a luxury high-rise retirement community, run separately with its own HOA. Areas held in common for these three principal HOA’s at Lansdowne are, among others, INOVA Loudoun Hospital, the retail and services of the Lansdowne Town Center, the luxurious Lansdowne Resort, a new fire station, and Camden Apartments. These properties contribute to both the resort and business atmosphere of the residential community.  The developer of Lansdowne dedicated certain areas to Loudoun County, held in common by all the Lansdowne HOA’s, including a natural park on the Potomac.  Jean Garrell, a Lansdowne resident and real estate specialist, pointed out the benefits of living in Lansdowne when she said, “Residents and families really love living here. The different builders intermixed all throughout give a unique charm to the neighborhood. Landowne’s resort style living offers something for everyone to include three PGA Golf Courses and a new 40,000 sq. foot state-of-the-art Golf Club, Potomac Club’s Recreational Facility with indoor and outdoor pools, sports complex fields, canoe and kayak launch on Goose Creek, walking and biking trails, and so much more. Additional draws are sought-after schools and a hospital located right on the property, with the new Lansdowne Town Center that has shopping, restaurants and entertainment.”  A focal point of the community does seem to be the Potomac Club complex and is a big draw for many families living in Lansdowne on the Potomac. A lap lane is usually always available at the 25-meter indoor pool. Outside, there is a resort style pool with spa that supports a lively swim team, “The Lightnings,” during summer months. Joanne Copperthite, a mother and 6-year resident of Lansdowne on the Potomac, said “We have the best swim team! My kids have had the greatest time. Best decision we ever made to get our kids involved.” To their merit, the swim team often raises money for charitable events, which keeps the entire community connected. Beside the pools, the Potomac Club complex also houses exercise and aerobics rooms, computer business centers, meeting rooms, game rooms, and a ballroom that can be rented for special events and receptions, and is in frequent use for social events sponsored by the active HOA. On the exterior grounds of the Club, a tot-lot, and a beach volleyball court extend relaxation opportunities. During the summer months, the community enjoys outdoor concerts and bands at the amphitheater, and the whole area looks forward to the annual Oktoberfest.  Most residents throughout Lansdowne are young professionals in their 30’s and 40’s, raising families, although sprinkled throughout the neighborhoods are plenty of empty nesters and some retired couples.  Lansdowne on the Potomac is fully built out, and there are usually always homes available. The price ranges for homes vary from town homes and condominiums priced in the 300’s to the luxury executive homes priced in the 1 million range. John Whitbeck, Lansdowne on the Potomac HOA President and an attorney in Leesburg said, “We have amazing diversity here at Lansdowne on the Potomac—so many varied backgrounds, all living together as a community. I love living here, knowing that my kids will grow up being exposed to so many different kinds of people. It’s a great place to live.”  All students in Lansdowne neighborhoods attend schools that are part of Loudoun County Public Schools, offering educational programs that rank with the best in Virginia and in the nation, providing well-run programs for Gifted Students, Vocational and Alternative Education, as well as Special Education. Onsite, elementary students attend Seldens Landing Elementary; middle school students attend Belmont Ridge Middle. Until 2010, High schoolers have attended Stone Bridge High School in Ashburn, a short distance away. Those Stone Bridge students may continue there or continue with incoming students to the newly completed Tuscarora High School, just north of Leesburg.  On the property of Lansdowne on the Potomac, adjacent to what is now the Potomac Club house, sit two recently renovated buildings, a smaller smoke house and a larger, full detached kitchen that were once part of the Coton Plantation, run in the 1800’s by Thomas Ludwell Lee, Jr., a member of the illustrious Lee family for whom Leesburg was named. The Coton Plantation was an active plantation through that time and you can still see part of Mary’s Mill when hiking along nearby Goose Creek Trail. The silo from the plantation’s barn is now part of the Club house, adding history and character to the site. Whitbeck appreciates these symbols from history that are mixed in with the modern country club lifestyle.  “We live close enough to the toll road to have easy access to all points east into D.C.,” he said. “And yet we live far enough away to experience a true southern community. I don’t want to live anyplace else.” Resident Copperthite agreed. “The draw for us was this sense of community,” she said. “My kids can always find a friend here. I don’t ever have to worry, because everyone is looking after everyone else.”  Population Trends Between 2009 and 2014, the population in this area is projected to increase about 20%. In comparison, Loudoun County population is expected to grow 23.5%. The population of Virginia is projected to increase 5.5%.  Kim Kroner REALTOR® NVAR Multi-Million Dollar Club Top Producer Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. Cell: 703.946.2526 Office: 800.961.1328 Fax: (703) 972-9171 Email: Kim@KimKroner.com Web: www.kimkroner.com Web: www.TheKronerTeam.com  Languages: English, German, Deutsch, Hindi, Gujarati

 This Canterbury impresses upon entry with an amazing foyer with gorgeous arched openings, and a formal living and dining room. An open kitchen and Family room, private study and large family foyer make the main level just right for families of all sizes. Absolutely amazing views of the mountains far away from the back windows.    Key Home Features Separate Living Room & Dining Room Large Breakfast Area off of Kitchen Butler's Pantry Main Level Study Each Bedroom with Own Walk In Closet  Lansdowne on the Potomac, Leesburg Real Estate Lansdowne is an unincorporated residential planned, resort-style community, located near Leesburg, Virginia, north of Route 7 and south of the Potomac River, approximately 25 miles west of Washington, D.C. A master association, the Conservancy, umbrellas the major properties held in common, and oversees separate homeowners associations (“HOA’s”) for each project, all run separately. Under the Conservancy, there are 3 major HOA’s: Lansdowne on the Potomac, Village Greens, and Leisure World. Additionally, there are smaller HOA’s for the lands held in common that include office and retail space, as well as other services, creating a complete town center under the area called Lansdowne. With the additional presence of the luxurious Lansdowne Resort, residents enjoy a country club style of living with the convenience of shopping and services, making it a prized location in Loudoun County.  Developed in the late 90’s on former plantation land rich in history, one of the principal HOA’s, Lansdowne on the Potomac, is fully built out and has 2,155 homes on site; 1,442 are detached homes and 713 attached single-family homes. The Lansdowne on the Potomac HOA is professionally managed by Community Management Corporation of Chantilly, VA. Four main residential areas were developed in phases by different developers: “Coton Commons,” “River Oaks,” “The Highlands;” and“West Goose Creek.” Avoiding a cutter-cutter look, a variety of builders are sprinkled throughout each area and include the award-winning Van Metre, Brookfield (including Brookfield’s purchase of John Lang Builders), Beazer Homes, NV Homes, Basheer & Edgemoore, and Centex. Fees for the HOA are reasonably in the middle, and include cable, internet, and telephone service, as well as membership in the Potomac Club, maintenance of common areas, management of the Association, and trash removal and recycling.  In addition to the single-family residential areas, the Lansdowne community includes the townhomes and condominiums of the Village Greens, run as a separate HOA. Being conveniently located next to the Lansdowne Town Center, a mix of retail, restaurant, and office space, makes it easy to work near home. Also in the Lansdowne area, Leisure World is a luxury high-rise retirement community, run separately with its own HOA. Areas held in common for these three principal HOA’s at Lansdowne are, among others, INOVA Loudoun Hospital, the retail and services of the Lansdowne Town Center, the luxurious Lansdowne Resort, a new fire station, and Camden Apartments. These properties contribute to both the resort and business atmosphere of the residential community.  The developer of Lansdowne dedicated certain areas to Loudoun County, held in common by all the Lansdowne HOA’s, including a natural park on the Potomac.  Jean Garrell, a Lansdowne resident and real estate specialist, pointed out the benefits of living in Lansdowne when she said, “Residents and families really love living here. The different builders intermixed all throughout give a unique charm to the neighborhood. Landowne’s resort style living offers something for everyone to include three PGA Golf Courses and a new 40,000 sq. foot state-of-the-art Golf Club, Potomac Club’s Recreational Facility with indoor and outdoor pools, sports complex fields, canoe and kayak launch on Goose Creek, walking and biking trails, and so much more. Additional draws are sought-after schools and a hospital located right on the property, with the new Lansdowne Town Center that has shopping, restaurants and entertainment.”  A focal point of the community does seem to be the Potomac Club complex and is a big draw for many families living in Lansdowne on the Potomac. A lap lane is usually always available at the 25-meter indoor pool. Outside, there is a resort style pool with spa that supports a lively swim team, “The Lightnings,” during summer months. Joanne Copperthite, a mother and 6-year resident of Lansdowne on the Potomac, said “We have the best swim team! My kids have had the greatest time. Best decision we ever made to get our kids involved.” To their merit, the swim team often raises money for charitable events, which keeps the entire community connected. Beside the pools, the Potomac Club complex also houses exercise and aerobics rooms, computer business centers, meeting rooms, game rooms, and a ballroom that can be rented for special events and receptions, and is in frequent use for social events sponsored by the active HOA. On the exterior grounds of the Club, a tot-lot, and a beach volleyball court extend relaxation opportunities. During the summer months, the community enjoys outdoor concerts and bands at the amphitheater, and the whole area looks forward to the annual Oktoberfest.  Most residents throughout Lansdowne are young professionals in their 30’s and 40’s, raising families, although sprinkled throughout the neighborhoods are plenty of empty nesters and some retired couples.  Lansdowne on the Potomac is fully built out, and there are usually always homes available. The price ranges for homes vary from town homes and condominiums priced in the 300’s to the luxury executive homes priced in the 1 million range. John Whitbeck, Lansdowne on the Potomac HOA President and an attorney in Leesburg said, “We have amazing diversity here at Lansdowne on the Potomac—so many varied backgrounds, all living together as a community. I love living here, knowing that my kids will grow up being exposed to so many different kinds of people. It’s a great place to live.”  All students in Lansdowne neighborhoods attend schools that are part of Loudoun County Public Schools, offering educational programs that rank with the best in Virginia and in the nation, providing well-run programs for Gifted Students, Vocational and Alternative Education, as well as Special Education. Onsite, elementary students attend Seldens Landing Elementary; middle school students attend Belmont Ridge Middle. Until 2010, High schoolers have attended Stone Bridge High School in Ashburn, a short distance away. Those Stone Bridge students may continue there or continue with incoming students to the newly completed Tuscarora High School, just north of Leesburg.  On the property of Lansdowne on the Potomac, adjacent to what is now the Potomac Club house, sit two recently renovated buildings, a smaller smoke house and a larger, full detached kitchen that were once part of the Coton Plantation, run in the 1800’s by Thomas Ludwell Lee, Jr., a member of the illustrious Lee family for whom Leesburg was named. The Coton Plantation was an active plantation through that time and you can still see part of Mary’s Mill when hiking along nearby Goose Creek Trail. The silo from the plantation’s barn is now part of the Club house, adding history and character to the site. Whitbeck appreciates these symbols from history that are mixed in with the modern country club lifestyle.  “We live close enough to the toll road to have easy access to all points east into D.C.,” he said. “And yet we live far enough away to experience a true southern community. I don’t want to live anyplace else.” Resident Copperthite agreed. “The draw for us was this sense of community,” she said. “My kids can always find a friend here. I don’t ever have to worry, because everyone is looking after everyone else.”  Population Trends Between 2009 and 2014, the population in this area is projected to increase about 20%. In comparison, Loudoun County population is expected to grow 23.5%. The population of Virginia is projected to increase 5.5%.  Kim Kroner REALTOR® NVAR Multi-Million Dollar Club Top Producer Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. Cell: 703.946.2526 Office: 800.961.1328 Fax: (703) 972-9171 Email: Kim@KimKroner.com Web: www.kimkroner.com Web: www.TheKronerTeam.com  Languages: English, German, Deutsch, Hindi, Gujarati

 This Canterbury impresses upon entry with an amazing foyer with gorgeous arched openings, and a formal living and dining room. An open kitchen and Family room, private study and large family foyer make the main level just right for families of all sizes. Absolutely amazing views of the mountains far away from the back windows.    Key Home Features Separate Living Room & Dining Room Large Breakfast Area off of Kitchen Butler's Pantry Main Level Study Each Bedroom with Own Walk In Closet  Lansdowne on the Potomac, Leesburg Real Estate Lansdowne is an unincorporated residential planned, resort-style community, located near Leesburg, Virginia, north of Route 7 and south of the Potomac River, approximately 25 miles west of Washington, D.C. A master association, the Conservancy, umbrellas the major properties held in common, and oversees separate homeowners associations (“HOA’s”) for each project, all run separately. Under the Conservancy, there are 3 major HOA’s: Lansdowne on the Potomac, Village Greens, and Leisure World. Additionally, there are smaller HOA’s for the lands held in common that include office and retail space, as well as other services, creating a complete town center under the area called Lansdowne. With the additional presence of the luxurious Lansdowne Resort, residents enjoy a country club style of living with the convenience of shopping and services, making it a prized location in Loudoun County.  Developed in the late 90’s on former plantation land rich in history, one of the principal HOA’s, Lansdowne on the Potomac, is fully built out and has 2,155 homes on site; 1,442 are detached homes and 713 attached single-family homes. The Lansdowne on the Potomac HOA is professionally managed by Community Management Corporation of Chantilly, VA. Four main residential areas were developed in phases by different developers: “Coton Commons,” “River Oaks,” “The Highlands;” and“West Goose Creek.” Avoiding a cutter-cutter look, a variety of builders are sprinkled throughout each area and include the award-winning Van Metre, Brookfield (including Brookfield’s purchase of John Lang Builders), Beazer Homes, NV Homes, Basheer & Edgemoore, and Centex. Fees for the HOA are reasonably in the middle, and include cable, internet, and telephone service, as well as membership in the Potomac Club, maintenance of common areas, management of the Association, and trash removal and recycling.  In addition to the single-family residential areas, the Lansdowne community includes the townhomes and condominiums of the Village Greens, run as a separate HOA. Being conveniently located next to the Lansdowne Town Center, a mix of retail, restaurant, and office space, makes it easy to work near home. Also in the Lansdowne area, Leisure World is a luxury high-rise retirement community, run separately with its own HOA. Areas held in common for these three principal HOA’s at Lansdowne are, among others, INOVA Loudoun Hospital, the retail and services of the Lansdowne Town Center, the luxurious Lansdowne Resort, a new fire station, and Camden Apartments. These properties contribute to both the resort and business atmosphere of the residential community.  The developer of Lansdowne dedicated certain areas to Loudoun County, held in common by all the Lansdowne HOA’s, including a natural park on the Potomac.  Jean Garrell, a Lansdowne resident and real estate specialist, pointed out the benefits of living in Lansdowne when she said, “Residents and families really love living here. The different builders intermixed all throughout give a unique charm to the neighborhood. Landowne’s resort style living offers something for everyone to include three PGA Golf Courses and a new 40,000 sq. foot state-of-the-art Golf Club, Potomac Club’s Recreational Facility with indoor and outdoor pools, sports complex fields, canoe and kayak launch on Goose Creek, walking and biking trails, and so much more. Additional draws are sought-after schools and a hospital located right on the property, with the new Lansdowne Town Center that has shopping, restaurants and entertainment.”  A focal point of the community does seem to be the Potomac Club complex and is a big draw for many families living in Lansdowne on the Potomac. A lap lane is usually always available at the 25-meter indoor pool. Outside, there is a resort style pool with spa that supports a lively swim team, “The Lightnings,” during summer months. Joanne Copperthite, a mother and 6-year resident of Lansdowne on the Potomac, said “We have the best swim team! My kids have had the greatest time. Best decision we ever made to get our kids involved.” To their merit, the swim team often raises money for charitable events, which keeps the entire community connected. Beside the pools, the Potomac Club complex also houses exercise and aerobics rooms, computer business centers, meeting rooms, game rooms, and a ballroom that can be rented for special events and receptions, and is in frequent use for social events sponsored by the active HOA. On the exterior grounds of the Club, a tot-lot, and a beach volleyball court extend relaxation opportunities. During the summer months, the community enjoys outdoor concerts and bands at the amphitheater, and the whole area looks forward to the annual Oktoberfest.  Most residents throughout Lansdowne are young professionals in their 30’s and 40’s, raising families, although sprinkled throughout the neighborhoods are plenty of empty nesters and some retired couples.  Lansdowne on the Potomac is fully built out, and there are usually always homes available. The price ranges for homes vary from town homes and condominiums priced in the 300’s to the luxury executive homes priced in the 1 million range. John Whitbeck, Lansdowne on the Potomac HOA President and an attorney in Leesburg said, “We have amazing diversity here at Lansdowne on the Potomac—so many varied backgrounds, all living together as a community. I love living here, knowing that my kids will grow up being exposed to so many different kinds of people. It’s a great place to live.”  All students in Lansdowne neighborhoods attend schools that are part of Loudoun County Public Schools, offering educational programs that rank with the best in Virginia and in the nation, providing well-run programs for Gifted Students, Vocational and Alternative Education, as well as Special Education. Onsite, elementary students attend Seldens Landing Elementary; middle school students attend Belmont Ridge Middle. Until 2010, High schoolers have attended Stone Bridge High School in Ashburn, a short distance away. Those Stone Bridge students may continue there or continue with incoming students to the newly completed Tuscarora High School, just north of Leesburg.  On the property of Lansdowne on the Potomac, adjacent to what is now the Potomac Club house, sit two recently renovated buildings, a smaller smoke house and a larger, full detached kitchen that were once part of the Coton Plantation, run in the 1800’s by Thomas Ludwell Lee, Jr., a member of the illustrious Lee family for whom Leesburg was named. The Coton Plantation was an active plantation through that time and you can still see part of Mary’s Mill when hiking along nearby Goose Creek Trail. The silo from the plantation’s barn is now part of the Club house, adding history and character to the site. Whitbeck appreciates these symbols from history that are mixed in with the modern country club lifestyle.  “We live close enough to the toll road to have easy access to all points east into D.C.,” he said. “And yet we live far enough away to experience a true southern community. I don’t want to live anyplace else.” Resident Copperthite agreed. “The draw for us was this sense of community,” she said. “My kids can always find a friend here. I don’t ever have to worry, because everyone is looking after everyone else.”  Population Trends Between 2009 and 2014, the population in this area is projected to increase about 20%. In comparison, Loudoun County population is expected to grow 23.5%. The population of Virginia is projected to increase 5.5%.  Kim Kroner REALTOR® NVAR Multi-Million Dollar Club Top Producer Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. Cell: 703.946.2526 Office: 800.961.1328 Fax: (703) 972-9171 Email: Kim@KimKroner.com Web: www.kimkroner.com Web: www.TheKronerTeam.com  Languages: English, German, Deutsch, Hindi, Gujarati

 This Canterbury impresses upon entry with an amazing foyer with gorgeous arched openings, and a formal living and dining room. An open kitchen and Family room, private study and large family foyer make the main level just right for families of all sizes. Absolutely amazing views of the mountains far away from the back windows.    Key Home Features Separate Living Room & Dining Room Large Breakfast Area off of Kitchen Butler's Pantry Main Level Study Each Bedroom with Own Walk In Closet  Lansdowne on the Potomac, Leesburg Real Estate Lansdowne is an unincorporated residential planned, resort-style community, located near Leesburg, Virginia, north of Route 7 and south of the Potomac River, approximately 25 miles west of Washington, D.C. A master association, the Conservancy, umbrellas the major properties held in common, and oversees separate homeowners associations (“HOA’s”) for each project, all run separately. Under the Conservancy, there are 3 major HOA’s: Lansdowne on the Potomac, Village Greens, and Leisure World. Additionally, there are smaller HOA’s for the lands held in common that include office and retail space, as well as other services, creating a complete town center under the area called Lansdowne. With the additional presence of the luxurious Lansdowne Resort, residents enjoy a country club style of living with the convenience of shopping and services, making it a prized location in Loudoun County.  Developed in the late 90’s on former plantation land rich in history, one of the principal HOA’s, Lansdowne on the Potomac, is fully built out and has 2,155 homes on site; 1,442 are detached homes and 713 attached single-family homes. The Lansdowne on the Potomac HOA is professionally managed by Community Management Corporation of Chantilly, VA. Four main residential areas were developed in phases by different developers: “Coton Commons,” “River Oaks,” “The Highlands;” and“West Goose Creek.” Avoiding a cutter-cutter look, a variety of builders are sprinkled throughout each area and include the award-winning Van Metre, Brookfield (including Brookfield’s purchase of John Lang Builders), Beazer Homes, NV Homes, Basheer & Edgemoore, and Centex. Fees for the HOA are reasonably in the middle, and include cable, internet, and telephone service, as well as membership in the Potomac Club, maintenance of common areas, management of the Association, and trash removal and recycling.  In addition to the single-family residential areas, the Lansdowne community includes the townhomes and condominiums of the Village Greens, run as a separate HOA. Being conveniently located next to the Lansdowne Town Center, a mix of retail, restaurant, and office space, makes it easy to work near home. Also in the Lansdowne area, Leisure World is a luxury high-rise retirement community, run separately with its own HOA. Areas held in common for these three principal HOA’s at Lansdowne are, among others, INOVA Loudoun Hospital, the retail and services of the Lansdowne Town Center, the luxurious Lansdowne Resort, a new fire station, and Camden Apartments. These properties contribute to both the resort and business atmosphere of the residential community.  The developer of Lansdowne dedicated certain areas to Loudoun County, held in common by all the Lansdowne HOA’s, including a natural park on the Potomac.  Jean Garrell, a Lansdowne resident and real estate specialist, pointed out the benefits of living in Lansdowne when she said, “Residents and families really love living here. The different builders intermixed all throughout give a unique charm to the neighborhood. Landowne’s resort style living offers something for everyone to include three PGA Golf Courses and a new 40,000 sq. foot state-of-the-art Golf Club, Potomac Club’s Recreational Facility with indoor and outdoor pools, sports complex fields, canoe and kayak launch on Goose Creek, walking and biking trails, and so much more. Additional draws are sought-after schools and a hospital located right on the property, with the new Lansdowne Town Center that has shopping, restaurants and entertainment.”  A focal point of the community does seem to be the Potomac Club complex and is a big draw for many families living in Lansdowne on the Potomac. A lap lane is usually always available at the 25-meter indoor pool. Outside, there is a resort style pool with spa that supports a lively swim team, “The Lightnings,” during summer months. Joanne Copperthite, a mother and 6-year resident of Lansdowne on the Potomac, said “We have the best swim team! My kids have had the greatest time. Best decision we ever made to get our kids involved.” To their merit, the swim team often raises money for charitable events, which keeps the entire community connected. Beside the pools, the Potomac Club complex also houses exercise and aerobics rooms, computer business centers, meeting rooms, game rooms, and a ballroom that can be rented for special events and receptions, and is in frequent use for social events sponsored by the active HOA. On the exterior grounds of the Club, a tot-lot, and a beach volleyball court extend relaxation opportunities. During the summer months, the community enjoys outdoor concerts and bands at the amphitheater, and the whole area looks forward to the annual Oktoberfest.  Most residents throughout Lansdowne are young professionals in their 30’s and 40’s, raising families, although sprinkled throughout the neighborhoods are plenty of empty nesters and some retired couples.  Lansdowne on the Potomac is fully built out, and there are usually always homes available. The price ranges for homes vary from town homes and condominiums priced in the 300’s to the luxury executive homes priced in the 1 million range. John Whitbeck, Lansdowne on the Potomac HOA President and an attorney in Leesburg said, “We have amazing diversity here at Lansdowne on the Potomac—so many varied backgrounds, all living together as a community. I love living here, knowing that my kids will grow up being exposed to so many different kinds of people. It’s a great place to live.”  All students in Lansdowne neighborhoods attend schools that are part of Loudoun County Public Schools, offering educational programs that rank with the best in Virginia and in the nation, providing well-run programs for Gifted Students, Vocational and Alternative Education, as well as Special Education. Onsite, elementary students attend Seldens Landing Elementary; middle school students attend Belmont Ridge Middle. Until 2010, High schoolers have attended Stone Bridge High School in Ashburn, a short distance away. Those Stone Bridge students may continue there or continue with incoming students to the newly completed Tuscarora High School, just north of Leesburg.  On the property of Lansdowne on the Potomac, adjacent to what is now the Potomac Club house, sit two recently renovated buildings, a smaller smoke house and a larger, full detached kitchen that were once part of the Coton Plantation, run in the 1800’s by Thomas Ludwell Lee, Jr., a member of the illustrious Lee family for whom Leesburg was named. The Coton Plantation was an active plantation through that time and you can still see part of Mary’s Mill when hiking along nearby Goose Creek Trail. The silo from the plantation’s barn is now part of the Club house, adding history and character to the site. Whitbeck appreciates these symbols from history that are mixed in with the modern country club lifestyle.  “We live close enough to the toll road to have easy access to all points east into D.C.,” he said. “And yet we live far enough away to experience a true southern community. I don’t want to live anyplace else.” Resident Copperthite agreed. “The draw for us was this sense of community,” she said. “My kids can always find a friend here. I don’t ever have to worry, because everyone is looking after everyone else.”  Population Trends Between 2009 and 2014, the population in this area is projected to increase about 20%. In comparison, Loudoun County population is expected to grow 23.5%. The population of Virginia is projected to increase 5.5%.  Kim Kroner REALTOR® NVAR Multi-Million Dollar Club Top Producer Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. Cell: 703.946.2526 Office: 800.961.1328 Fax: (703) 972-9171 Email: Kim@KimKroner.com Web: www.kimkroner.com Web: www.TheKronerTeam.com  Languages: English, German, Deutsch, Hindi, Gujarati

 This Canterbury impresses upon entry with an amazing foyer with gorgeous arched openings, and a formal living and dining room. An open kitchen and Family room, private study and large family foyer make the main level just right for families of all sizes. Absolutely amazing views of the mountains far away from the back windows.    Key Home Features Separate Living Room & Dining Room Large Breakfast Area off of Kitchen Butler's Pantry Main Level Study Each Bedroom with Own Walk In Closet  Lansdowne on the Potomac, Leesburg Real Estate Lansdowne is an unincorporated residential planned, resort-style community, located near Leesburg, Virginia, north of Route 7 and south of the Potomac River, approximately 25 miles west of Washington, D.C. A master association, the Conservancy, umbrellas the major properties held in common, and oversees separate homeowners associations (“HOA’s”) for each project, all run separately. Under the Conservancy, there are 3 major HOA’s: Lansdowne on the Potomac, Village Greens, and Leisure World. Additionally, there are smaller HOA’s for the lands held in common that include office and retail space, as well as other services, creating a complete town center under the area called Lansdowne. With the additional presence of the luxurious Lansdowne Resort, residents enjoy a country club style of living with the convenience of shopping and services, making it a prized location in Loudoun County.  Developed in the late 90’s on former plantation land rich in history, one of the principal HOA’s, Lansdowne on the Potomac, is fully built out and has 2,155 homes on site; 1,442 are detached homes and 713 attached single-family homes. The Lansdowne on the Potomac HOA is professionally managed by Community Management Corporation of Chantilly, VA. Four main residential areas were developed in phases by different developers: “Coton Commons,” “River Oaks,” “The Highlands;” and“West Goose Creek.” Avoiding a cutter-cutter look, a variety of builders are sprinkled throughout each area and include the award-winning Van Metre, Brookfield (including Brookfield’s purchase of John Lang Builders), Beazer Homes, NV Homes, Basheer & Edgemoore, and Centex. Fees for the HOA are reasonably in the middle, and include cable, internet, and telephone service, as well as membership in the Potomac Club, maintenance of common areas, management of the Association, and trash removal and recycling.  In addition to the single-family residential areas, the Lansdowne community includes the townhomes and condominiums of the Village Greens, run as a separate HOA. Being conveniently located next to the Lansdowne Town Center, a mix of retail, restaurant, and office space, makes it easy to work near home. Also in the Lansdowne area, Leisure World is a luxury high-rise retirement community, run separately with its own HOA. Areas held in common for these three principal HOA’s at Lansdowne are, among others, INOVA Loudoun Hospital, the retail and services of the Lansdowne Town Center, the luxurious Lansdowne Resort, a new fire station, and Camden Apartments. These properties contribute to both the resort and business atmosphere of the residential community.  The developer of Lansdowne dedicated certain areas to Loudoun County, held in common by all the Lansdowne HOA’s, including a natural park on the Potomac.  Jean Garrell, a Lansdowne resident and real estate specialist, pointed out the benefits of living in Lansdowne when she said, “Residents and families really love living here. The different builders intermixed all throughout give a unique charm to the neighborhood. Landowne’s resort style living offers something for everyone to include three PGA Golf Courses and a new 40,000 sq. foot state-of-the-art Golf Club, Potomac Club’s Recreational Facility with indoor and outdoor pools, sports complex fields, canoe and kayak launch on Goose Creek, walking and biking trails, and so much more. Additional draws are sought-after schools and a hospital located right on the property, with the new Lansdowne Town Center that has shopping, restaurants and entertainment.”  A focal point of the community does seem to be the Potomac Club complex and is a big draw for many families living in Lansdowne on the Potomac. A lap lane is usually always available at the 25-meter indoor pool. Outside, there is a resort style pool with spa that supports a lively swim team, “The Lightnings,” during summer months. Joanne Copperthite, a mother and 6-year resident of Lansdowne on the Potomac, said “We have the best swim team! My kids have had the greatest time. Best decision we ever made to get our kids involved.” To their merit, the swim team often raises money for charitable events, which keeps the entire community connected. Beside the pools, the Potomac Club complex also houses exercise and aerobics rooms, computer business centers, meeting rooms, game rooms, and a ballroom that can be rented for special events and receptions, and is in frequent use for social events sponsored by the active HOA. On the exterior grounds of the Club, a tot-lot, and a beach volleyball court extend relaxation opportunities. During the summer months, the community enjoys outdoor concerts and bands at the amphitheater, and the whole area looks forward to the annual Oktoberfest.  Most residents throughout Lansdowne are young professionals in their 30’s and 40’s, raising families, although sprinkled throughout the neighborhoods are plenty of empty nesters and some retired couples.  Lansdowne on the Potomac is fully built out, and there are usually always homes available. The price ranges for homes vary from town homes and condominiums priced in the 300’s to the luxury executive homes priced in the 1 million range. John Whitbeck, Lansdowne on the Potomac HOA President and an attorney in Leesburg said, “We have amazing diversity here at Lansdowne on the Potomac—so many varied backgrounds, all living together as a community. I love living here, knowing that my kids will grow up being exposed to so many different kinds of people. It’s a great place to live.”  All students in Lansdowne neighborhoods attend schools that are part of Loudoun County Public Schools, offering educational programs that rank with the best in Virginia and in the nation, providing well-run programs for Gifted Students, Vocational and Alternative Education, as well as Special Education. Onsite, elementary students attend Seldens Landing Elementary; middle school students attend Belmont Ridge Middle. Until 2010, High schoolers have attended Stone Bridge High School in Ashburn, a short distance away. Those Stone Bridge students may continue there or continue with incoming students to the newly completed Tuscarora High School, just north of Leesburg.  On the property of Lansdowne on the Potomac, adjacent to what is now the Potomac Club house, sit two recently renovated buildings, a smaller smoke house and a larger, full detached kitchen that were once part of the Coton Plantation, run in the 1800’s by Thomas Ludwell Lee, Jr., a member of the illustrious Lee family for whom Leesburg was named. The Coton Plantation was an active plantation through that time and you can still see part of Mary’s Mill when hiking along nearby Goose Creek Trail. The silo from the plantation’s barn is now part of the Club house, adding history and character to the site. Whitbeck appreciates these symbols from history that are mixed in with the modern country club lifestyle.  “We live close enough to the toll road to have easy access to all points east into D.C.,” he said. “And yet we live far enough away to experience a true southern community. I don’t want to live anyplace else.” Resident Copperthite agreed. “The draw for us was this sense of community,” she said. “My kids can always find a friend here. I don’t ever have to worry, because everyone is looking after everyone else.”  Population Trends Between 2009 and 2014, the population in this area is projected to increase about 20%. In comparison, Loudoun County population is expected to grow 23.5%. The population of Virginia is projected to increase 5.5%.  Kim Kroner REALTOR® NVAR Multi-Million Dollar Club Top Producer Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. Cell: 703.946.2526 Office: 800.961.1328 Fax: (703) 972-9171 Email: Kim@KimKroner.com Web: www.kimkroner.com Web: www.TheKronerTeam.com  Languages: English, German, Deutsch, Hindi, Gujarati

 This Canterbury impresses upon entry with an amazing foyer with gorgeous arched openings, and a formal living and dining room. An open kitchen and Family room, private study and large family foyer make the main level just right for families of all sizes. Absolutely amazing views of the mountains far away from the back windows.    Key Home Features Separate Living Room & Dining Room Large Breakfast Area off of Kitchen Butler's Pantry Main Level Study Each Bedroom with Own Walk In Closet  Lansdowne on the Potomac, Leesburg Real Estate Lansdowne is an unincorporated residential planned, resort-style community, located near Leesburg, Virginia, north of Route 7 and south of the Potomac River, approximately 25 miles west of Washington, D.C. A master association, the Conservancy, umbrellas the major properties held in common, and oversees separate homeowners associations (“HOA’s”) for each project, all run separately. Under the Conservancy, there are 3 major HOA’s: Lansdowne on the Potomac, Village Greens, and Leisure World. Additionally, there are smaller HOA’s for the lands held in common that include office and retail space, as well as other services, creating a complete town center under the area called Lansdowne. With the additional presence of the luxurious Lansdowne Resort, residents enjoy a country club style of living with the convenience of shopping and services, making it a prized location in Loudoun County.  Developed in the late 90’s on former plantation land rich in history, one of the principal HOA’s, Lansdowne on the Potomac, is fully built out and has 2,155 homes on site; 1,442 are detached homes and 713 attached single-family homes. The Lansdowne on the Potomac HOA is professionally managed by Community Management Corporation of Chantilly, VA. Four main residential areas were developed in phases by different developers: “Coton Commons,” “River Oaks,” “The Highlands;” and“West Goose Creek.” Avoiding a cutter-cutter look, a variety of builders are sprinkled throughout each area and include the award-winning Van Metre, Brookfield (including Brookfield’s purchase of John Lang Builders), Beazer Homes, NV Homes, Basheer & Edgemoore, and Centex. Fees for the HOA are reasonably in the middle, and include cable, internet, and telephone service, as well as membership in the Potomac Club, maintenance of common areas, management of the Association, and trash removal and recycling.  In addition to the single-family residential areas, the Lansdowne community includes the townhomes and condominiums of the Village Greens, run as a separate HOA. Being conveniently located next to the Lansdowne Town Center, a mix of retail, restaurant, and office space, makes it easy to work near home. Also in the Lansdowne area, Leisure World is a luxury high-rise retirement community, run separately with its own HOA. Areas held in common for these three principal HOA’s at Lansdowne are, among others, INOVA Loudoun Hospital, the retail and services of the Lansdowne Town Center, the luxurious Lansdowne Resort, a new fire station, and Camden Apartments. These properties contribute to both the resort and business atmosphere of the residential community.  The developer of Lansdowne dedicated certain areas to Loudoun County, held in common by all the Lansdowne HOA’s, including a natural park on the Potomac.  Jean Garrell, a Lansdowne resident and real estate specialist, pointed out the benefits of living in Lansdowne when she said, “Residents and families really love living here. The different builders intermixed all throughout give a unique charm to the neighborhood. Landowne’s resort style living offers something for everyone to include three PGA Golf Courses and a new 40,000 sq. foot state-of-the-art Golf Club, Potomac Club’s Recreational Facility with indoor and outdoor pools, sports complex fields, canoe and kayak launch on Goose Creek, walking and biking trails, and so much more. Additional draws are sought-after schools and a hospital located right on the property, with the new Lansdowne Town Center that has shopping, restaurants and entertainment.”  A focal point of the community does seem to be the Potomac Club complex and is a big draw for many families living in Lansdowne on the Potomac. A lap lane is usually always available at the 25-meter indoor pool. Outside, there is a resort style pool with spa that supports a lively swim team, “The Lightnings,” during summer months. Joanne Copperthite, a mother and 6-year resident of Lansdowne on the Potomac, said “We have the best swim team! My kids have had the greatest time. Best decision we ever made to get our kids involved.” To their merit, the swim team often raises money for charitable events, which keeps the entire community connected. Beside the pools, the Potomac Club complex also houses exercise and aerobics rooms, computer business centers, meeting rooms, game rooms, and a ballroom that can be rented for special events and receptions, and is in frequent use for social events sponsored by the active HOA. On the exterior grounds of the Club, a tot-lot, and a beach volleyball court extend relaxation opportunities. During the summer months, the community enjoys outdoor concerts and bands at the amphitheater, and the whole area looks forward to the annual Oktoberfest.  Most residents throughout Lansdowne are young professionals in their 30’s and 40’s, raising families, although sprinkled throughout the neighborhoods are plenty of empty nesters and some retired couples.  Lansdowne on the Potomac is fully built out, and there are usually always homes available. The price ranges for homes vary from town homes and condominiums priced in the 300’s to the luxury executive homes priced in the 1 million range. John Whitbeck, Lansdowne on the Potomac HOA President and an attorney in Leesburg said, “We have amazing diversity here at Lansdowne on the Potomac—so many varied backgrounds, all living together as a community. I love living here, knowing that my kids will grow up being exposed to so many different kinds of people. It’s a great place to live.”  All students in Lansdowne neighborhoods attend schools that are part of Loudoun County Public Schools, offering educational programs that rank with the best in Virginia and in the nation, providing well-run programs for Gifted Students, Vocational and Alternative Education, as well as Special Education. Onsite, elementary students attend Seldens Landing Elementary; middle school students attend Belmont Ridge Middle. Until 2010, High schoolers have attended Stone Bridge High School in Ashburn, a short distance away. Those Stone Bridge students may continue there or continue with incoming students to the newly completed Tuscarora High School, just north of Leesburg.  On the property of Lansdowne on the Potomac, adjacent to what is now the Potomac Club house, sit two recently renovated buildings, a smaller smoke house and a larger, full detached kitchen that were once part of the Coton Plantation, run in the 1800’s by Thomas Ludwell Lee, Jr., a member of the illustrious Lee family for whom Leesburg was named. The Coton Plantation was an active plantation through that time and you can still see part of Mary’s Mill when hiking along nearby Goose Creek Trail. The silo from the plantation’s barn is now part of the Club house, adding history and character to the site. Whitbeck appreciates these symbols from history that are mixed in with the modern country club lifestyle.  “We live close enough to the toll road to have easy access to all points east into D.C.,” he said. “And yet we live far enough away to experience a true southern community. I don’t want to live anyplace else.” Resident Copperthite agreed. “The draw for us was this sense of community,” she said. “My kids can always find a friend here. I don’t ever have to worry, because everyone is looking after everyone else.”  Population Trends Between 2009 and 2014, the population in this area is projected to increase about 20%. In comparison, Loudoun County population is expected to grow 23.5%. The population of Virginia is projected to increase 5.5%.  Kim Kroner REALTOR® NVAR Multi-Million Dollar Club Top Producer Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. Cell: 703.946.2526 Office: 800.961.1328 Fax: (703) 972-9171 Email: Kim@KimKroner.com Web: www.kimkroner.com Web: www.TheKronerTeam.com  Languages: English, German, Deutsch, Hindi, Gujarati

 This Canterbury impresses upon entry with an amazing foyer with gorgeous arched openings, and a formal living and dining room. An open kitchen and Family room, private study and large family foyer make the main level just right for families of all sizes. Absolutely amazing views of the mountains far away from the back windows.    Key Home Features Separate Living Room & Dining Room Large Breakfast Area off of Kitchen Butler's Pantry Main Level Study Each Bedroom with Own Walk In Closet  Lansdowne on the Potomac, Leesburg Real Estate Lansdowne is an unincorporated residential planned, resort-style community, located near Leesburg, Virginia, north of Route 7 and south of the Potomac River, approximately 25 miles west of Washington, D.C. A master association, the Conservancy, umbrellas the major properties held in common, and oversees separate homeowners associations (“HOA’s”) for each project, all run separately. Under the Conservancy, there are 3 major HOA’s: Lansdowne on the Potomac, Village Greens, and Leisure World. Additionally, there are smaller HOA’s for the lands held in common that include office and retail space, as well as other services, creating a complete town center under the area called Lansdowne. With the additional presence of the luxurious Lansdowne Resort, residents enjoy a country club style of living with the convenience of shopping and services, making it a prized location in Loudoun County.  Developed in the late 90’s on former plantation land rich in history, one of the principal HOA’s, Lansdowne on the Potomac, is fully built out and has 2,155 homes on site; 1,442 are detached homes and 713 attached single-family homes. The Lansdowne on the Potomac HOA is professionally managed by Community Management Corporation of Chantilly, VA. Four main residential areas were developed in phases by different developers: “Coton Commons,” “River Oaks,” “The Highlands;” and“West Goose Creek.” Avoiding a cutter-cutter look, a variety of builders are sprinkled throughout each area and include the award-winning Van Metre, Brookfield (including Brookfield’s purchase of John Lang Builders), Beazer Homes, NV Homes, Basheer & Edgemoore, and Centex. Fees for the HOA are reasonably in the middle, and include cable, internet, and telephone service, as well as membership in the Potomac Club, maintenance of common areas, management of the Association, and trash removal and recycling.  In addition to the single-family residential areas, the Lansdowne community includes the townhomes and condominiums of the Village Greens, run as a separate HOA. Being conveniently located next to the Lansdowne Town Center, a mix of retail, restaurant, and office space, makes it easy to work near home. Also in the Lansdowne area, Leisure World is a luxury high-rise retirement community, run separately with its own HOA. Areas held in common for these three principal HOA’s at Lansdowne are, among others, INOVA Loudoun Hospital, the retail and services of the Lansdowne Town Center, the luxurious Lansdowne Resort, a new fire station, and Camden Apartments. These properties contribute to both the resort and business atmosphere of the residential community.  The developer of Lansdowne dedicated certain areas to Loudoun County, held in common by all the Lansdowne HOA’s, including a natural park on the Potomac.  Jean Garrell, a Lansdowne resident and real estate specialist, pointed out the benefits of living in Lansdowne when she said, “Residents and families really love living here. The different builders intermixed all throughout give a unique charm to the neighborhood. Landowne’s resort style living offers something for everyone to include three PGA Golf Courses and a new 40,000 sq. foot state-of-the-art Golf Club, Potomac Club’s Recreational Facility with indoor and outdoor pools, sports complex fields, canoe and kayak launch on Goose Creek, walking and biking trails, and so much more. Additional draws are sought-after schools and a hospital located right on the property, with the new Lansdowne Town Center that has shopping, restaurants and entertainment.”  A focal point of the community does seem to be the Potomac Club complex and is a big draw for many families living in Lansdowne on the Potomac. A lap lane is usually always available at the 25-meter indoor pool. Outside, there is a resort style pool with spa that supports a lively swim team, “The Lightnings,” during summer months. Joanne Copperthite, a mother and 6-year resident of Lansdowne on the Potomac, said “We have the best swim team! My kids have had the greatest time. Best decision we ever made to get our kids involved.” To their merit, the swim team often raises money for charitable events, which keeps the entire community connected. Beside the pools, the Potomac Club complex also houses exercise and aerobics rooms, computer business centers, meeting rooms, game rooms, and a ballroom that can be rented for special events and receptions, and is in frequent use for social events sponsored by the active HOA. On the exterior grounds of the Club, a tot-lot, and a beach volleyball court extend relaxation opportunities. During the summer months, the community enjoys outdoor concerts and bands at the amphitheater, and the whole area looks forward to the annual Oktoberfest.  Most residents throughout Lansdowne are young professionals in their 30’s and 40’s, raising families, although sprinkled throughout the neighborhoods are plenty of empty nesters and some retired couples.  Lansdowne on the Potomac is fully built out, and there are usually always homes available. The price ranges for homes vary from town homes and condominiums priced in the 300’s to the luxury executive homes priced in the 1 million range. John Whitbeck, Lansdowne on the Potomac HOA President and an attorney in Leesburg said, “We have amazing diversity here at Lansdowne on the Potomac—so many varied backgrounds, all living together as a community. I love living here, knowing that my kids will grow up being exposed to so many different kinds of people. It’s a great place to live.”  All students in Lansdowne neighborhoods attend schools that are part of Loudoun County Public Schools, offering educational programs that rank with the best in Virginia and in the nation, providing well-run programs for Gifted Students, Vocational and Alternative Education, as well as Special Education. Onsite, elementary students attend Seldens Landing Elementary; middle school students attend Belmont Ridge Middle. Until 2010, High schoolers have attended Stone Bridge High School in Ashburn, a short distance away. Those Stone Bridge students may continue there or continue with incoming students to the newly completed Tuscarora High School, just north of Leesburg.  On the property of Lansdowne on the Potomac, adjacent to what is now the Potomac Club house, sit two recently renovated buildings, a smaller smoke house and a larger, full detached kitchen that were once part of the Coton Plantation, run in the 1800’s by Thomas Ludwell Lee, Jr., a member of the illustrious Lee family for whom Leesburg was named. The Coton Plantation was an active plantation through that time and you can still see part of Mary’s Mill when hiking along nearby Goose Creek Trail. The silo from the plantation’s barn is now part of the Club house, adding history and character to the site. Whitbeck appreciates these symbols from history that are mixed in with the modern country club lifestyle.  “We live close enough to the toll road to have easy access to all points east into D.C.,” he said. “And yet we live far enough away to experience a true southern community. I don’t want to live anyplace else.” Resident Copperthite agreed. “The draw for us was this sense of community,” she said. “My kids can always find a friend here. I don’t ever have to worry, because everyone is looking after everyone else.”  Population Trends Between 2009 and 2014, the population in this area is projected to increase about 20%. In comparison, Loudoun County population is expected to grow 23.5%. The population of Virginia is projected to increase 5.5%.  Kim Kroner REALTOR® NVAR Multi-Million Dollar Club Top Producer Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. 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This Canterbury impresses upon entry with an amazing foyer with gorgeous arched openings, and a formal living and dining room. An open kitchen and Family room, private study and large family foyer make the main level just right for families of all sizes. Absolutely amazing views of the mountains far away from the back windows. 

Key Home Features
  • Separate Living Room & Dining Room
  • Large Breakfast Area off of Kitchen
  • Butler’s Pantry
  • Main Level Study
  • Each Bedroom with Own Walk In Closet
Lansdowne on the Potomac, Leesburg Real Estate
Lansdowne is an unincorporated residential planned, resort-style community, located near Leesburg, Virginia, north of Route 7 and south of the Potomac River, approximately 25 miles west of Washington, D.C. A master association, the Conservancy, umbrellas the major properties held in common, and oversees separate homeowners associations (“HOA’s”) for each project, all run separately. Under the Conservancy, there are 3 major HOA’s: Lansdowne on the Potomac, Village Greens, and Leisure World. Additionally, there are smaller HOA’s for the lands held in common that include office and retail space, as well as other services, creating a complete town center under the area called Lansdowne. With the additional presence of the luxurious Lansdowne Resort, residents enjoy a country club style of living with the convenience of shopping and services, making it a prized location in Loudoun County.

Developed in the late 90’s on former plantation land rich in history, one of the principal HOA’s, Lansdowne on the Potomac, is fully built out and has 2,155 homes on site; 1,442 are detached homes and 713 attached single-family homes. The Lansdowne on the Potomac HOA is professionally managed by Community Management Corporation of Chantilly, VA. Four main residential areas were developed in phases by different developers: “Coton Commons,” “River Oaks,” “The Highlands;” and“West Goose Creek.” Avoiding a cutter-cutter look, a variety of builders are sprinkled throughout each area and include the award-winning Van Metre, Brookfield (including Brookfield’s purchase of John Lang Builders), Beazer Homes, NV Homes, Basheer & Edgemoore, and Centex. Fees for the HOA are reasonably in the middle, and include cable, internet, and telephone service, as well as membership in the Potomac Club, maintenance of common areas, management of the Association, and trash removal and recycling.

In addition to the single-family residential areas, the Lansdowne community includes the townhomes and condominiums of the Village Greens, run as a separate HOA. Being conveniently located next to the Lansdowne Town Center, a mix of retail, restaurant, and office space, makes it easy to work near home. Also in the Lansdowne area, Leisure World is a luxury high-rise retirement community, run separately with its own HOA. Areas held in common for these three principal HOA’s at Lansdowne are, among others, INOVA Loudoun Hospital, the retail and services of the Lansdowne Town Center, the luxurious Lansdowne Resort, a new fire station, and Camden Apartments. These properties contribute to both the resort and business atmosphere of the residential community.

The developer of Lansdowne dedicated certain areas to Loudoun County, held in common by all the Lansdowne HOA’s, including a natural park on the Potomac.  Jean Garrell, a Lansdowne resident and real estate specialist, pointed out the benefits of living in Lansdowne when she said, “Residents and families really love living here. The different builders intermixed all throughout give a unique charm to the neighborhood. Landowne’s resort style living offers something for everyone to include three PGA Golf Courses and a new 40,000 sq. foot state-of-the-art Golf Club, Potomac Club’s Recreational Facility with indoor and outdoor pools, sports complex fields, canoe and kayak launch on Goose Creek, walking and biking trails, and so much more. Additional draws are sought-after schools and a hospital located right on the property, with the new Lansdowne Town Center that has shopping, restaurants and entertainment.”

A focal point of the community does seem to be the Potomac Club complex and is a big draw for many families living in Lansdowne on the Potomac. A lap lane is usually always available at the 25-meter indoor pool. Outside, there is a resort style pool with spa that supports a lively swim team, “The Lightnings,” during summer months. Joanne Copperthite, a mother and 6-year resident of Lansdowne on the Potomac, said “We have the best swim team! My kids have had the greatest time. Best decision we ever made to get our kids involved.” To their merit, the swim team often raises money for charitable events, which keeps the entire community connected. Beside the pools, the Potomac Club complex also houses exercise and aerobics rooms, computer business centers, meeting rooms, game rooms, and a ballroom that can be rented for special events and receptions, and is in frequent use for social events sponsored by the active HOA. On the exterior grounds of the Club, a tot-lot, and a beach volleyball court extend relaxation opportunities. During the summer months, the community enjoys outdoor concerts and bands at the amphitheater, and the whole area looks forward to the annual Oktoberfest.

Most residents throughout Lansdowne are young professionals in their 30’s and 40’s, raising families, although sprinkled throughout the neighborhoods are plenty of empty nesters and some retired couples.  Lansdowne on the Potomac is fully built out, and there are usually always homes available. The price ranges for homes vary from town homes and condominiums priced in the 300’s to the luxury executive homes priced in the 1 million range. John Whitbeck, Lansdowne on the Potomac HOA President and an attorney in Leesburg said, “We have amazing diversity here at Lansdowne on the Potomac—so many varied backgrounds, all living together as a community. I love living here, knowing that my kids will grow up being exposed to so many different kinds of people. It’s a great place to live.”

All students in Lansdowne neighborhoods attend schools that are part of Loudoun County Public Schools, offering educational programs that rank with the best in Virginia and in the nation, providing well-run programs for Gifted Students, Vocational and Alternative Education, as well as Special Education. Onsite, elementary students attend Seldens Landing Elementary; middle school students attend Belmont Ridge Middle. Until 2010, High schoolers have attended Stone Bridge High School in Ashburn, a short distance away. Those Stone Bridge students may continue there or continue with incoming students to the newly completed Tuscarora High School, just north of Leesburg.

On the property of Lansdowne on the Potomac, adjacent to what is now the Potomac Club house, sit two recently renovated buildings, a smaller smoke house and a larger, full detached kitchen that were once part of the Coton Plantation, run in the 1800’s by Thomas Ludwell Lee, Jr., a member of the illustrious Lee family for whom Leesburg was named. The Coton Plantation was an active plantation through that time and you can still see part of Mary’s Mill when hiking along nearby Goose Creek Trail. The silo from the plantation’s barn is now part of the Club house, adding history and character to the site. Whitbeck appreciates these symbols from history that are mixed in with the modern country club lifestyle.  “We live close enough to the toll road to have easy access to all points east into D.C.,” he said. “And yet we live far enough away to experience a true southern community. I don’t want to live anyplace else.” Resident Copperthite agreed. “The draw for us was this sense of community,” she said. “My kids can always find a friend here. I don’t ever have to worry, because everyone is looking after everyone else.”

Population Trends
Between 2009 and 2014, the population in this area is projected to increase about 20%. In comparison, Loudoun County population is expected to grow 23.5%. The population of Virginia is projected to increase 5.5%.

Kim Kroner REALTOR®
NVAR Multi-Million Dollar Club Top ProducerLong & Foster Real Estate Inc.
Cell: 703.946.2526
Office: 800.961.1328
Fax: (703) 972-9171
Email: Kim@KimKroner.com
Web: www.TheKronerTeam.com 
Languages: English, German, Deutsch, Hindi, Gujarati 

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IMMACULATE SINGLE FAMILY HOME ON 0.88 ACRE LOT IN POPULAR HILLCREST ESTATES. THIS HOME FEATURES HARDWOOD FLOORS , UPDATED APPLIANCES AND NEW WHVAC. THIS WELL-BUILT HOME HAS BEEN NICELY MAINTAINED INSIDE AND OUT. THIS PROPERTY IS EASILY ACCESSIBLE FROM THE PW PKWY AND THE VRE STATION IN MANASSAS.

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  • Beds4 Bed
  • House Size1,472 Sq Ft
  • Price$350,000
  • Property TypeFarms/Ranches
  • Stories2
  • Baths2 Full Bath
  • Lot Size0.88 Acres
  • Price/sqft$238
  • Year Built1964
  • StyleTraditional

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  • Bedrooms: 4
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