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    Village Case New Construction Homes Update

    Village Case new homes, Pipers Brook Drive, Purcellville new homesThe Village Case neighborhood in Purcellville popped up in 2003 on what was the Case farm property. (We were one of the first five families to move in, and we’ve been here ever since.) The first wave of construction screeched to a halt in 2007 when the recession hit. Construction resumed in earnest in 2010 with a new crop of builders, and the front portion of the neighborhood was finished¬† by 2012. The larger lots at the rear of the neighborhood sprouted homes starting in 2012 through 2014.

    What was left undeveloped was the designated commercial/residential area in the heart of the neighborhood, next to the village green. While it was originally conceived as a space for shops with residential above, that never moved toward fruition. Also, the third church site that adjoined the neighborhood never found a purchaser. Both of those sites were rezoned fully residential, and development work began in 2019 to turn those into two cul-de-sac streets, one with 7 homesites and the other with 17. Brookfield Homes is building all of those homes, and they recently released the site plan, home models, and prices. (Our last post on this progress was back in December– a lot of progress has happened since then!)

    As you can see from the site plan, there are 7 homes on the newly extended Pipers Brook Drive; that cul-de-sac is right next to the village green/open space in the heart of the neighborhood. The homes on the right side will be all single level Riverton models, while any floor plan will fit on the homesites on the left side. As of last week, Brookfield had already sold two homesites while still in the pre-construction phase. The other 17 homes are on the cul-de-sac closest to the back entrance to the neighborhood, near Purcellville Baptist Church and Purcellville Church of Christ.
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    Overall, 14 of the homesites will have lot premiums on them: these are up charges for that home site because of the size or siting of the lot, or the view. There are four different floor plans to choose from, ranging from 2,000 square feet to 4,800 square feet. The Riverton, (the smallest) is a single level home; the Torrington, Sumner, and Beckner are all two level homes with slightly different layouts. For those of you looking for a main level master bedroom, the Torrington could be the design for you.

    The base price for the homes start at $529,990 for the Riverton, $564,990 for the Torrington, $574,990 for the Sumner, and $589,990 for the Beckner. The lot premiums run from $5,0000 to $10,000, although there are some interior lots with no premium at all. The sales rep explained that there are some ‘forced options’ like brick water tables and Hardiplank siding, but they are running some incentive programs now that would cover those costs.

    If you are considering buying new construction, you should have a Realtor there to represent your interests, the same as if you were buying a resale home. We are happy to answer any questions you have, and we’d love the opportunity to help you–in this or any other neighborhood. We’ve personally built two homes, so we have our own experiences to draw from, plus we’ve helped a ton of clients through the process as well. You can reach us via text/phone at 571-233-5491, or email us at team@locomusings.com.

     

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    Cheers,
    Heather



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    Michael and Heather Elias are full time real estate professionals and licensed REALTORS at Century 21 Redwood Realty. They sincerely hope you enjoy reading this blog, and would love the opportunity to work with you.



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