Embrey Mill Special Assessments
Embrey Mill is a unique community with many amenities. It’s also a community with a special assessment for each lot. When you speak to builders representatives at Embrey Mill this special assessment may be described as a low monthly payment which accompanies your homeowners association dues. The first time it could be mentioned is during contract presentation after you decide to buy a home in Embrey Mill.
The assessment has a one-time payoff of $24,434 for single-family homes, and $15,839 for town homes. If the assessment is not paid in full at the time of purchase it will be billed twice a year as a separate bill. This is not a tax wrapped into a mortgage payment. The amount of yearly payments collected by the county on all homes in the Embrey Mill Community Development Authority is set by February 15th of each year, and… Continue reading
These Stafford County communities are all next to Interstate 95 commuter lots or rail stations of the Virginia Railway Express. We have visited these communities obtaining information and photographs for our knowledge and benefit of our future clients. Contact us for showings, brochures, and opinions of these communities. We always view the purchase of a home in a new community in terms of resale viability, and value versus competing builders and subdivisions. This is something you won’t get searching for homes on your own. Let us also connect you to a real time listing service to find homes as soon as they hit listing syndication services, and work with you to find the best investment of your life. We offer the SMARTMOVE real estate rebate program for new home purchases.
This update was made on October 1, 2015:
Colonial Forge at Augustine is a master planned… Continue reading
Embrey Mill is the largest master planned subdivision in Stafford County. The first phase of development has 472 homes. When it’s completed, Embrey Mill will have 1,827 homes, a community elementary school, shopping center, 10 miles of walking trails, 4 community parks with athletic fields, and the Embrey House community center (pictured here) with a 25 meter pool, fitness and locker rooms, community cafe, and community gathering areas. This 831 acre master planned community will surround the western edge of Austin Ridge subdivision and development will extend to Hampton Oaks and Autumn Ridge. Embrey Mill is designed with 285 acres of open space.
These are most of the residential subdivisions under development in Stafford County. Ryan Homes seems confident there will be a heavy demand in all price ranges in Stafford County during the coming years.
Hampton Run is a single-family home subdivision developed by the Hylton Group with 40 lots on 26.68 acres directly behind the Garrisonville Wal-Mart. The lot density is 1.5 lots per acre. The main access will be Garrisonville Road (Route 610) to Brafferton Boulevard and the Patriot Landing subdivision. The Hampton Run project is combined with 18.6 acres of commercial development facing Mine Road. The main entrance to the 7 commercial buildings (1-3 floors) will be at the intersection of the Mine Road Commuter Lot. Commercial use is approved for retail, restaurant, and office buildings with 181,300 maximum square footage. The development proffers include 8.25 acres and $25,000… Continue reading
Embrey Mill Master Planned Community
The pictures here are the first set of model homes available at Embrey Mill subdivision in Stafford County. We have an extensive collection of photographs for the initial series of Embrey Mill homes. Click here to review the interiors of the homes presented below.
Embrey Mill subdivision in Stafford County. This master planned community is between Garrisonville (Route 610) & Stafford (Route 630). When completed this 831 acre development will have 1, 827 homes. The first phase will have 472 homes. Amenities will include 4 parks with athletic fields, 10 miles of walking trails, tennis & athletic courts, and the Embrey House community center. The Embrey House has a pool, fitness facility and locker rooms, community cafe, outdoor patio, and community administrative offices. A concierge service at the community center is available for residents of Embrey Mill.
Embrey Mill development plans also include a community… Continue reading
Public Meeting News and Links (Courthouse Road Expansion and Interstate 95 Interchange).
Public Meeting Brochure – September 29, 2015 (Courthouse Road Expansion Project) Estimated costs: $35,966,920.
Public Meeting Brochure – September 29. 2015 (Interstate 95 and Route 630 Interchange Project) Estimated costs: $149,462,063.
We attended the Courthouse Road interchange reconstruction public meeting at Colonial Forge High School. The plans were preliminary as the project is still in the planning phase. The issues which created the most concern are listed below.
(1) The plan requires eminent domain of several businesses, including McDonald’s near the current Interstate 95 exchange with Courthouse Road (Route 630) to make space for one of two new commuter lots. The current commuter lot will be razed for highway construction, and the commuter lots on Courthouse Road, and Austin Ridge Drive will add… Continue reading