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Nov. 7, 2016

7400 Forest Hunt Ct Springfield VA 22153

Wonderful All Brick Town Home For Sale in sought after Orange Hunt Square.

This end unit town home has everything you are looking for.  

  • Gleaming hardwood floors throughout the main level.  
  • Newly remodeled Kitchen and Baths.
  • Gourmet Kitchen with granite counters, 42" cabinets, stainless appliances, breakfast bar and recessed lighting.
  • Family Room off Kitchen
  • Formal Dining room with chair rail & crown molding
  • Light filled Formal Living room with crown molding
  • Master Suite with hardwood floors
  •      Custom walk in closet w/organizers
  • Luxury Master Bath with ceramic tile, separate vanities, frame-less shower
  • Three more light filled bedrooms on upper level
  • Lower level features:
  •      Fully finished basement
  •      Recreation room
  •      Wood burning fireplace
  •      Wet bar
  •      Extra Storage
  •      Workshop area
  •      Laundry area
  • Walk out to fully fenced backyard & patio
  • Backing to trees and common area
  • Cul-de-sac location
  • Walking distance to neighborhood school
  • Close to Metro, Shopping, and Commuting Routes


Orange Hunt Square community is located just off Fairfax County Parkway, between Burke VA and West Springfield.  Excellent commuting location with a Metro Bus stop in the front of the community and about a 15 minute drive to the Franconia-Springfield Metro Station. The schools in this area are highly sought after, and are in the West Springfield High School district, including Irving Middle School. Sangster Elementary is located within walking distance.  Across from Orange Hunt Square is Fairfax Counties South Run RECenter.  

If you are interested in making this neighborhood your new neighborhood, contact us today and we will send you a list of available homes in this area.  You can also set up an account on our website and save a search for this neighborhood and surrounding neighborhoods.  Give us a call and we will schedule a private viewing, and help you find your perfect place to call home 571-377-8696.

July 13, 2013

Now Selling, New Homes in the Loudoun Crossing Subdivision, Aldie VA

TheSwedeTeam.com  There is a brand new subdivision in Loudoun County VA, it's Loudoun Crossing in Aldie VA.  NV Homes and Ryan Homes will both be building in this subdivision to create a great community in Aldie VA.  The Loudoun Crossing Subdivision will feature 220 single family homes, Townhomes and Condo's.  Both builders are starting with their single family homes. Ryan Homes has 5 models to choose from - Venice, Palermo, Milan, Naples & Victoria Falls with a price range of $480,000 to $520,000.  NV Homes has 4 models to choose from - The Empress, Remington Place, Chapel Hill & Wynterhall with a price range of upper $470,000's to low $640,000's.  All homes will feature basements, 2 car garages, 4+ bedrooms, 2.5+ baths, and square footage's of up to 4,000 sq. ft. of living space.

Loudoun Crossing subdivision will feature sidewalks, street lamps, club house, fitness center, pool, tennis courts, and a playground.  Loudoun Crossing is part of Loudoun Counties top rated school district.  Looking for a place to shop?  Loudoun Crossing subdivision is minutes from the Stone Ridge Village Center which features Harris Teeter grocery store, various restaurants and shops. Another near by shopping area is South Riding's Market Square which features a Giant Food Supermarket, various restaurants, shops, and a Home Depot.  Also close is Brambleton Town Center which has a Regal Cinema, various restaurants and shops.

Loudoun Crossing is conveniently located near Route 50, Dulles Toll Rd, Route 15, Route 234, and Route 66, making it a perfect commuting location to live.

Contact us Today to find out how we can help you save thousands on your new home purchase, before you talk to the new construction sales representative.


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If you are reading this blog and saying to yourself... "Wow..The Loudoun Crossing Subdivision in Aldie VA sounds like a great place to live and I would like more information on this area!" Then please fill out the form below with your full contact information and I will contact you, and we can discuss what exactly you are looking for in your next home.


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Posted in Subdivisions
May 25, 2013

Stone Ridge Subdivision & Community in Aldie VA is a Great Place to Live

Stone Ridge Subdivision     I was out showing property in Loudoun County yesterday, driving through the community of Stone Ridge.  Stone Ridge Subdivision & Community in Aldie VA is a great place to live.  There were families out in their yards, soccer games going on in the fields, and the area had a nice home town feel to it.  Yet close enough to communte to Dulles, Reston, Tyson's, or even Washington DC.  The Stone Ridge Subdivision is really an up and coming community.  Stone Ridge VA real estate is very cutting edge.  The main builder in Stone Ridge is Van Metre Homes, they have several new home designs.  There is a nice mix of single family homes, town houses, and condo's to choose from.  The area continues to grow.  There is a conveniently located shopping center Stone Ridge Village Plaza that features Harris Teeter, several sit down restaurants and various other shopping amenities.  The Stone Ridge Subdivision and Community features miles of walking paths, indoor and outdoor pools, tennis courts, club house, amphitheater, parks and a new library - Gum Spring Library. There are excellent schools located right in the community.  John Champe High School, Mercer Middle School, and Arcola Elementary School.

Here is an example of a home for sale in the Stone Ridge Subdivision, that you could call home.

Home for sale Stone Ridge Subdivision

As you can see, the Stone Ridge Subdivision and community in Aldie VA is a great place to call home and raise your family.

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If you are reading this blog and saying to yourself... "Wow..Stone Ridge Subdivision in Aldie VA sounds like a great place to live and we would like more information on this area!" Then please fill out the form below with your full contact information and I will contact you, and we can discuss what exactly you are looking for in your next home.


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Posted in Subdivisions
May 14, 2013

Moving Checklist

Moving Checklist

Moving in Virginia?  Here are a few things to keep in mind when planning your upcoming move:

Two Months Prior to Moving Day:

  • If you are using a mover, get a few estimates from moving companies.
  • If you are moving yourself, get costs from at least two truck rental companies.
  • Start going through your home and deciding what you want to move, and what you want to get rid of.  Note valuable items that will need special packing or extra insurance coverage, such as plasma TV’s, computers, and paintings.
  • Start a moving folder to keep track of estimates and receipts.
  • Arrange to have school records transferred to your child’s new school district.


Six Weeks Prior to Moving Day:

  • Select your mover, confirm dates, and get written confirmation of all the costs and details of your move.
  • Make arrangements for storage if necessary.
  • Order boxes and other packing supplies.
  • Create a floor plan of your new home for furniture placement.  Make sure you have enough room for your larger pieces of furniture and that you can get them through the door.
  • Start using foods (such as frozen and perishable foods) and cleaning supplies (such as bleach and aerosols) that you don’t want to move, or that are too dangerous to move.


Four Weeks Prior to Moving Day:

  • Start packing, beginning with things you use infrequently.  As you pack, note items of special value.
  • If you purchase supplemental insurance from your moving company, you must declare in writing any items valued at or over $100 per pound (a computer, for example).
  • If you are moving yourself, reserve a rental truck.
  • Go to your local post office and fill out a change-of-address form, or do it online at www.usps.gov
  • If you are moving out of the area, obtain copies of medical records or ask that they be forwarded to your new providers.  Ask for referrals.
  • Collect your important records – Gather personal and family records, including medical, dental, veterinary, and school records; legal and financial documents; birth certificates, passports, and insurance documents.
  • Alert the following about your move, either in writing, by phone, or online:
    • Banks
    • Credit-card companies
    • Brokerage firms
    • Insurance companies
    • Utility companies
    • Human-resources department at work
    • Doctors, other Health-care providers, veterinarian
    • Magazines and newspapers you subscribe to.


Three Weeks Prior to Moving Day:

  • Properly dispose of items that cannot be moved, such as flammable liquids.
  • If you are moving in or out of an apartment or Condo, arrange for use of the elevator.
  • Make child-care arrangements for moving day.
  • Hold your moving sale.


Two Weeks Prior to Moving Day:

  • Reconfirm the movers.
  • Arrange to dispose of items that were not sold in your moving sale.
  • Return any borrowed items (including library books) and retrieve any loaned items.
  • Assemble a file folder of information to leave for the new owner of your home.


One Week Prior to Moving Day:

  • Fill any prescriptions you’ll need in the next couple of weeks.
  • Aim to finish packing a couple of days before the moving date.
  • Have your boxes labeled and numbered.  Pack and clearly mark an “essentials” box of items you’ll need right away.
  • Pack a travel kit:  Put aside critical items like a checkbook, credit cards, personal phone book, ID, jewelry, important files, flashlight, keys, toiletries, tools, paper plates, cups, towels, travel alarm clock, aspirin, bandages and games for the kids. 
  • Pack suitcases for everyone in the family, with enough clothes for a few days.

A Few Days Prior to Moving Day:

  • Reconfirm the moving-day, arrival time, and other details with the moving company.
  • Prepare detailed written directions to your new home for the movers; including your contact information (a cell-phone number is ideal).
  • Set aside anything that will travel in your car, so it will not be loaded on the truck.
  • Pack a box of items that will be needed first at the new house.  Clearly mark this box “Load Last”.
  • Obtain cash or cashiers check for the trip and to pay the movers.
  • If moving yourself, dismantle beds and other large furniture.

Moving Day:

  • Make sure the truck that shows up is from the moving company you hired.  It should have the same USDOT (US Department of Transportation) number painted on the side that you were given when you collected the estimate. (Bait-and-switch scams are not unheard-of.)
  • Plan to be home for the entire time it takes the movers to get you packed and loaded.
  • Before the movers leave, sign and keep a copy of the mover’s bill of lading/inventory list.  Keep this paperwork in a safe place.
  • Take one last walk through and make sure nothing has been forgotten or overlooked.
  • Make sure all doors and windows are locked and switches are turned off.

 Delivery Day:

  • Check your belongings carefully and note on the inventory paperwork any damaged items.
  • On an out of town move, be prepared to pay the driver before your possessions are unloaded.
  • Supervise unloading and unpacking.

 Enjoy Your New Home!



















Posted in Moving Help, Relocation