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Ashburn Virginia, new homes, townhomes and condominiums are located in Loudoun County approximately 29 miles west of Washington, D.C. conveniently nested between three major Northern Virginia road networks. Direct access to Dulles International Airport and the District via The Dulles Greenway, Rt. 7 or Rt. 28 makes Ashburn a popular choice for both residential and commercial real estate.

Two decades ago, prior to the development of three major planned unit developments building homes in Ashburn Village, Ashburn Farm and Broadlands, Ashburn was farmland with less than 100 families. Today, New Homes in Ashburn are found in subdivisions like Brambleton, Broadlands, Evergreen Mill and The Preserve at Goose Creek. In 2012, new townhomes in Ashburn, VA now start as low as $315,0000 and new condominiums in Ashburn's 20148 zipcode are priced from $285,000.

In the past decade, Ashburn homebuilders experienced phenomenal growth with the explosion of the internet and communications industries. America Online and several other major technology firms are headquartered in Ashburn, Virginia. Today, the Route 7 Corridor boast one of our nation’s most vibrant shopping districts with retail operations such as Costco, Nordstrom and Home Depot just minutes away. Two Wegmans grocery stores are conveniently located near many new homes in Ashburn, VA.

Since 1996, the Loudoun County new homes market has grown exponentially making it America’s fastest growing, wealthiest and most sophisticated homebuilding region. The population is approximately 301,000 and has doubled since 2000 with the avergage home being just nine years old. New homes in Ashburn are within a close proximity of recreational amenities in Loudoun County such as Brambleton Park's new 18 hole par 72 golf course and 45 miles of biking on the Washington & Old Dominion Railroad Trail. Football fans can enjoy Thursday practices at Ashburn's Redskins Park, the training facility of the Washington Redskins.

Years ago, in response to Loudoun County’s relatively unrestricted construction of single family homes, townhouses and condos, the local government approved a comprehensive plan to limit home development 44% countywide in 2001. Ultimately, growth potential in the county's eastern region of Ashburn/Sterling will be reduced by 26% to ease road congestion and preserve environmental and historical features. A combination of growth restrictions and the surging population have contributed to escalating Ashburn home prices. The production homebuilding climate has equalized in 2010 and most large national Northern Virginia homebuilders have a formidable presence including many new townhomes and new condos for sale.

New Homes in Ashburn, Va for sale represent approximately 40 different new single family homes, townhomes and condominiums for sale ranging in price from the $280's at Skyview Meadows, $300's at Centex and Beazer in Brambleton and Toll at Loudoun Valley Estates to nearly over one million dollars at Belmont Country Club. Ashburn's newest and largest planned unit development is Brambleton. Brambleton features 11 new subdivisions built by 7 different builders on 2,000 plus acres. The projected 10 year development plan for 6,240 new homes and 18,000 new residents makes Brambleton one of America’s largest new communities. Centex, Beazer, Miller and Smith, Winchester, Van Metre and Toll Brothers are building new homes in Brambleton and the Broadlands area. The new community of Evergreen Reserve by K. Hovnanian offers one acre homesites and prices starting from $735,000 for single family homes.

New homes in Ashburn, VA for 2012 are considerably more affordable than they were in 2008. Home builders in Ashburn, VA are offering attractive incentives on single family homes, townhomes and condominiums. New home profit margins are at an all-time low, but continued job growth has stabilized market conditions while housing supply has been steadily declining as homebuyers snap up foreclosures, short sales and homes built near cost in Loudoun county's Ashburn and Leesburg, Virginia.

Potomac Green in Ashburn is one of the best selling Active Adult new homes in Northern Virginia serving the Washington DC metro area offering 2,000 square foot villas and single family retirement homes up to 3,800 square feet buit by Pulte and Centex's Northern VA new home developments with prices from as low as $300,000. Pulte bought Centex in April of 2009 making the New Pulte the largest homebuilder in the United States. Potomac Green offers patio homes and loft villas, but does not offer new townhomes or new condominiums in Ashburn. Pulte offers new condos for active adults in Lorton, VA at Spring Hill priced from the low 200's.

Pulte's Del Webb retirement home division has enjoyed great success nationwide and by merging with Centex makes for a full-range homebuilding portfolio accommodating first time homebuyers, move-up homebuyers, luxury production homes as well as premier Active Adult communities. Potomac Green's clubhouse, indoor pool, ballrooms and daily activity schedules are extraordinary not to mention being next to the new Loudoun County Town Center. Potomac Green by Del Webb communities is being developed by both Northern Virginia builders. Centex Homes is known for production excellence and streamlined organization while providing outstanding housing value and reasonable home prices in Ashburn, Virginia.

Discover Loudoun's current and proposed commercial and residential building plans at The Loudoun County Building and Development Department.

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Ashburn, Virginia Demographics
(Based on 2000 United States Census)

Distance to D.C. 29 miles
Population 45,000
Square miles (Town) 7
Median Income $82,000
Median Family Income $103,000
Median Age 34
Married Households 73%
Households w/Family 38%
High School Graduates 96%
College Graduates 56%
Graduate degrees 20%
Single Family Homes 44%
Town Homes 43%
Condo/Multifamily 13%
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