Belmont Country Club
The Belmont Country Club neighborhood is made up of villages named for famous golf courses. Each village features a distinct home type, including townhomes, carriage homes, and single family homes. Toll Brothers built every one of the more than 2,100 homes in the neighborhood. Typically, prices range between the mid $400,000’s to over $1,000,000 depending on home size and view.
The neighborhood was Toll Brothers’ first effort at a golf course community in Northern Virginia. The course opened in 2001 and was promptly named a Best New Private Course by Golf Digest Magazine. Belmont, like most Arnold Palmer-designed courses, has wide fairways and large greens. However, it is one of the longest and most difficult courses in the area from the back tees, with a rating of 75.1 and a length of 7,212 yards.
As with most of Loudoun, the property has a rich history. The manor house, which now acts as the clubhouse, was built in the late 1790’s and was once part of Lord Fairfax’s holdings. We’ve attended a wedding here on the front lawn and it was beautiful. I’ve also had a few beverages in the grille room looking back down the 18th fairway. It’s easily one of the prettiest settings in our area. (And there is nothing quite like heckling your friends from the patio as they make a mess of the last hole to ruin their round!)
What We Like:
The thoughtful design of the community means that homes are tucked well away from the fairways. With the exception of the townhomes on hole 17, you would have to purposely try to break a window or hit a house. Generally, we don’t recommend buying a home that overlooks a fairway, however Belmont is one of the few places that it’s workable.
You’ll easily find a home to fit your lifestyle the variety of home types and smaller ‘villages’ within the community. And as one of the few gated communities in Loudoun, you can enjoy extra security and controlled access to the streets around your home.
As for the amenities, the course was in spectacular condition each time I played it. The renovated driving range offers multiple grass tees, pitching greens and a huge putting green. You may want to think twice before carrying your own clubs though; there are lots of long walks from green to tee that make for at least a 5 mile journey. Club memberships offer everything from social to full golf, including a health club, recreation center, swim and racquet facility, and clubhouse access.
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