Ashburn is a thriving metropolis located 33 miles from Washington, DC and 17 minutes from Washington International Airport.  Ashburn’s continued growth and building boom has been fueled by the expansion of the Silver Line Metro, scheduled to open in 2020, and the many high-tech businesses and Data Centers that call Ashburn home. It is estimated that 70% of the world’s daily internet traffic flows through here. Both the George Washington University‘s Virginia Science and Technology Campus and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute‘s Janelia Research Campus are located in Ashburn. Also known for top-rated, nationally ranked schools and family-oriented amenities, Ashburn consists of several award-winning Town Center communities, including the new multimillion-dollar residential, sports, and entertainment mecca known as One Loudoun.  Recently, Money magazine named Ashburn the best place to live in Virginia and one of the 50 best places to live in the U.S.

Ashburn Village – opened in 1988, Ashburn Village is one of the largest communities in Northern Virginia, offering a wide variety of housing options, including three 55+ communities. The Ashburn Village Sports Pavilion is the hallmark of this community and the home of the Blue Wave Swim Team and AquaJets. The Pavilion’s programs and events are geared to meet the needs of all ages and include swim and tennis lessons, fitness classes, specialty programming for teens and seniors, state licensed after-school care and summer camp.

Ashburn Farm –  a housing subdivision of primarily single-family homes located north of the Dulles Greenway. Honed from land that was originally the Gray Dairy Farm, developers planned the community to blend with the natural rolling terrain, resulting in winding boulevards and lots of trees. Ashburn Farm amenities include: 3 outdoor pools, 12 tennis courts, 8 basketball courts, 2 soccer fields, a baseball and volleyball court, 19 tot lots and 5 ponds stocked with fish. Residents also enjoy 28 miles of neighborhood walking and biking trails, in addition to several miles of the popular W&OD trail.

Belmont Country Club –  a premier gated community with golf course vistas and an 18-hole Arnold Palmer Signature Golf Course. The community is located off Route 7 and Claiborne Parkway. Belmont’s Manor House, built in the 1790s and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, was once part of the vast land holdings of Lord Fairfax.

Brambleton –  an award-winning, sophisticated master planned community of 2,500 acres, established in 2001 and named for a plantation once located in the vicinity.  A shining example of the “new urbanism” where walkability and accessibility are paramount, Brambleton’s Town Center offers residents close proximity to restaurants, retailers, physicians’ offices, a fitness center, trails and parks. The Town Center also serves as the location for the community’s Sizzlin’ Summer Concerts, Farmers Markets, and annual July 4th fireworks display.

Broadlands – a 1,500-acre master-planned community that combines modern living and active lifestyles within a natural environment. Developed by Van Metre Homes in the 1990s, the entire Broadlands community is designed to flow around the 150 acres of trails and wetlands of Stream Valley Park, certified as a Community Wildlife Habitat by the National Wildlife Federation. Amenities include 3 pools, 9 tennis courts, 23 tot lots and the stunning lodge-style 5,000 square foot Nature Center, the highlight of the community. Broadlands is located just off Exit 6 of the Dulles Greenway, close to major corporate centers.

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