The Village Case neo-traditional community opened in 2004, with Michael Harris Homes and Patowmack Homes as the original builders. The neighborhood is graced by homes with big front porches set close to brick sidewalks, detached garages behind the homes, and architectural details echoing the historic districts of Loudoun’s towns. Five years after the first houses were built, the real estate market slowed for a bit. A new crop of builders then stepped in to finish constructing homes on the land which was once Case Farm. Carrington Homes built several home types on both large and small lots near the rear of the neighborhood.
An open park area in the center of the neighborhood was originally to be bordered by smaller shops with living space above, though those plans never made it to fruition. Now, seven single family homes will be built on what would have been the commercial space. Pipers Brook Drive has been extended to accommodate those homes. There is also a cul-de-sac of 17 homes to be built on what would have been a third church site in the back of neighborhood. You can read here about the new construction homes being built, including pricing and models available.
The community has several homes that front to Maple Avenue, and is located near Blue Ridge Middle School. Fun fact: we were one of the first families to move into the neighborhood, completing the build of our home in September 2004. We’ve watched it grow from a few finished houses to a lovely community, which hosts fun events like a neighborhood Halloween parade and a holiday home decorating contest.
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