Whether you are ready to move-in now or would prefer to personalize a new home from the ground up, Brookfield Residential has two new home communities that offer the Loudoun County lifestyle you’ve been dreaming of.
Waterford Manor in Leesburg offers high-end 3+ acre estate homes nestled in the rolling hills of Virginia’s countryside, while Cadence at Lansdowne offers low-maintenance villa homes in a vibrant 55+ community.
Want to know the best part? Brookfield Residential is making it easier than ever to own a new home at these two popular Loudoun County communities with their Mix & Match Savings offer, which includes below-market interest rates* and the opportunity to refinance for free* within three years on top of thousands in free* options and upgrades.
A New Home on Your Terms
Not only does Brookfield Residential’s Mix & Match Savings award homeshoppers incredible savings, but it also provides flexibility to better fit each homebuyer’s unique financial needs by letting them choose how they’d like to apply their savings.
The first option provides buydown financing to homeowners with below-market mortgage rates. At Cadence at Lansdowne, rates start at just 4.99%* and at Waterford Manor, fixed rates start at 6.125%*. At both communities, buyers can also refinance for free* later.
The second option lets homeowners keep more cash on hand with paid closing cost assistance*. This reduces homeshoppers’ out-of-pocket costs at the purchase of their home, plus they’ll also be able to refinance for free* any time within the first three years of their loan.
With these two options, homebuyers in Loudoun County stand to save thousands in free* options and upgrades!
*Terms and conditions apply and are subject to change without notice. Visit BrookfieldOffers.com for details.
Why Buy in Loudoun County?
Loudoun County is one of the most sought-after areas to live in Virginia. With geography defined by the beautiful contrasts of the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Potomac River, notable historical landmarks and some of the region’s finest dining, drinking and shopping options, Loudoun has something for everyone.
Embrace Exceptional Living at Waterford Manor
With new estate homes in Virginia’s countryside, Waterford Manor grants a rare and luxurious lifestyle in Leesburg. Beginning at $1.3M, Waterford Manor’s homes range in size from 4-7 bedrooms, 4-7 bathrooms, up to 7,000+ sq. ft. and 4- to 5-car garages. Additionally, this popular community provides:
- 3+ acre homesites with scenic views of the Loudoun countryside
- Traditional and multi-generational home designs with main-level primary suites available
- Great proximity to shopping, dining and entertainment in Downtown Waterford
- Easy access to Dulles Greenway and Route 15
Enjoy Low-Maintenance Luxury at Cadence at Lansdowne
This close-knit Active Adult community offers all the benefits of low-maintenance living with beautiful main-level living homes that come with lawn care included. Priced from the $600’s, these 2- and 3-level 55+ villa homes feature main-level primary suites. They range from 3-4 bedrooms, 3-5 bathrooms and up to 3,700+ sq. ft. Plus, a selection of quick move-in homes are available for you to move into this year! Cadence at Lansdowne also boasts:
- Low-maintenance living close to friends and family in Northern Virginia
- Pickleball courts, a picnic pavilion, walking trails
- A community dog park and pet station for your four-legged friends
- An ideal Lansdowne location, with shopping, spas, golf and so much more in close proximity to the community
To learn more about these two remarkable Loudoun County communities and how you can claim your savings, visit BrookfieldOffers.com.
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