Just south of historic downtown Leesburg lies the beautiful and newly constructed community of Meadowbrook Farm. Comprising 400 stunning single-family homes, Meadowbrook Farm was built to reflect the cozy charm of small-town America.
Meadowbrook Farm is conveniently located on the south side of Leesburg, between Evergreen Meadows and next to Battlefield Parkway. This spot is removed from Leesburg’s main traffic but still close enough to the town center, allowing for easy travel. Families love living in Leesburg because of its sense of community and safety — the sidewalks are easy to navigate, and the streets are well-lit. Great schools are located nearby, and there are plenty of events held in Leesburg to bring everyone together.
Construction in Meadowbrook Farm was inspired by historic rural Virginia. Choose from three single-family home collections, each featuring grand front porches and heart-of-the-home kitchens. Meadowbrook Farm’s three collections are Downtown, Village, and Estates, and all homes are situated on roughly 1/7 to 1/2-acre lots.
The Downtown homes are clustered around the beautiful Odyssey Park and typically include four bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms, although some models can be further customized to include more. These residences measure between 2,300 and 3,109 square feet and differ slightly in style and color.
The Village homes are larger, pricing just under $1 million, and are the most common in Meadowbrook Farm. All residences include two-car garages and include between 2,994 and 3,704 square feet. Most of these homes have four bedrooms and between two and three bathrooms; if you’re looking for something larger in the Village Collection, the Oatland style features between five to seven bedrooms and three to four and a half baths. Some of the bedrooms can easily be swapped out for a home office, den, or playroom as needed.
The Estate homes are located around the outer borders of Meadowbrook Farm. These houses are constructed in two different styles, the Oatland II and Timberneck II, both of which price at just over $1 million. Choose from either four- or five-bedroom models that feature either three or three and a half baths; both models come with three-car garages. At 4,224 square feet, the Timberneck II is the largest home offered in Meadowbrook Farm.
Along with a great selection of beautiful homes, Meadowbrook Farm includes large swaths of recreational space. Odyssey Park is a stunning oasis within the community where you can kick back, relax, and enjoy the sunshine with friends and family!
Grill hamburgers and hot dogs in the grilling area or sit around the fire pit enjoying lively conversation. Kids can enjoy two different playgrounds while you challenge your neighbors to a match on the tennis court! Of course, the sparkling community pool will be the highlight of your summer experience, and a cozy clubhouse is located right next door.
There are also plans in place for a small lake and even a commercial space featuring a grocery store, restaurants, and retailers. This will serve as a one-stop-shop for Meadowbrook Farm residents, allowing them to stock up on any necessities in one convenient location.
Loudoun County is home to 51 public elementary schools, 14 middle schools, and 15 high schools. Residents of Meadowbrook Farms are zoned to attend Evergreen Mill Elementary School, Simpson Middle School, and Loudoun County High School, which was the first high school established in the area. All are less than 10 minutes away from Meadowbrook Farms and offer a wide variety of classes, including AP (Advanced Placement) courses in high school. Click here for more information.
If you’re interested in private schools, Loudoun Country Day School is located right down the road. There’s also Middleburg Academy about 25 minutes away.
Loudoun also has a brand-new high school located between Ashburn and Leesburg called the Academies of Loudoun. Completed in the summer of 2018, it is the largest high school facility in Loudoun County. The campus is situated on 119 acres of wooded area, and the 315,000-square-foot building holds the Academy of Science, Academy of Engineering and Technology and Monroe Advanced Technical Academy. The three-story building has more than 40 labs ranging from culinary arts to various engineering labs. Students can relax in various light-filled sitting areas, congregating and socializing with their classmates. The school is populated by around 2,500 students from local high schools who are selected during the fall and winter admission cycles.
Whether your daily commute is across town or all the way to Washington DC, Meadowbrook Farms provides residents with easy access to major roads. The Leesburg Bypass is close by, making it easy to hop on Route 7, which runs east to west, or Route 15, which runs north to south. The Dulles Toll Road is right off of Battlefield Parkway, running parallel to Route 7. While a little pricey, it does provide a virtually traffic-free commute. Depending on the time of day, taking this road could cut out up to a half-hour of travel time to Arlington or DC.
There are plenty of great things located near Meadowbrook Farm since Leesburg is the epitome of variety when it comes to entertainment, food, and shopping. While it’s home to many major retail stores, Leesburg also has the small-town charm of boutiques, antique shops, and family-owned restaurants. The Village at Leesburg is a popular town center that includes a Wegmans grocery store and Cobb Village 14 Cinemas. One Loudoun is similar, featuring a movie theater and dozens of different restaurants.
Historic Downtown Leesburg is only five minutes away from Meadowbrook Farms and has every unique experience you could want provided for you by Leesburg families themselves. From grabbing a Chicago-style hot dog at Windy City Red Hots to watching a band perform at Tally Ho Theater, you’ll never be bored here.
For shopaholics, Leesburg is paradise. The Leesburg Premium Outlet Mall has more than 100 upscale clothing and retail stores (such as Nike and Kate Spade) with exceptionally low prices. People flock to the Outlets from miles away during Black Friday and Memorial Day just for the sales. To see the full lineup of stores, click here.
Just a short 15-minute drive down Route 7 is the Dulles Mall, and the enormous Tyson’s Corner shopping mall is located 35 minutes away. Downtown Leesburg also has many antique stores and boutiques for a more unique touch.
Leesburg is located in a historic and scenic part of Virginia. There is a Civil War battle site called Ball’s Bluff on the northern end of town, which includes hiking trails and a scenic view of the Potomac River. Many golf courses are available in town, including West Park, Goose Creek, and Raspberry Falls.
Get some exercise at the Ida Lee Recreation Center on the northern side of downtown, or enjoy the outdoors at their water park or picnic space. Wine lovers will be pleased to know that Meadowbrook Farms is within a few minutes of about a dozen wineries. Oatlands Plantation also holds many community events on its acres and acres of scenic property. For more information, click here.