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 billed on… Continue reading
This North Stafford townhouse has many upgrades and amenities. It has been completely renovated and is listed for sale at $235,000. It is in the Hampton Oaks community next to the Mine Road Commuter Lot off of Interstate 95 Garrisonville exit 143B. The Townes of Hampton Oaks have 166 units that are close to the everyday services and stores on Garrisonville Road (Route 610) and Marine Corps Base Quantico. This home has 3 finished floors, 2,300 square feet of living space, 3 bedrooms, 2 full and 2 half bathrooms, home office (basement), upper and lower level backyard decks, storage shed, hot tub, and stone patio. This town home is in excellent condition and move-in ready.
These city-style garage town homes are Olde Towne Square surrounded by Center Street, Zebedee Street (Route 28), Fairview Avenue, and Quarry Road in Old Town Manassas. The homes pictured here are as follows:
Aston (1,294 finished sq. ft. with 2 bedrooms & 2.5 bathrooms).
Corby (1,675 finished sq. ft. with 3 bedrooms & 2.5 bathrooms).
Dunbar (1,768 finished sq. ft. with 3 bedrooms & 2.5 bathrooms).
Kingston (1,984 finished sq. ft. with 3 bedrooms & 2.5 bathrooms).
Sudbury (2,196 finished sq. ft. with 3 bedrooms & 2.5 bathrooms).
Built by Van Metre Homes between 2012-2015 these town homes come with a one-car detached garage. The base prices were from $304,000 to $340,000. The design center with many interior upgrades was listed at the highest price in this 59 home community.
The 3-bedroom floor plans have an open kitchen and great room on the lower level,… Continue reading
This article was updated on October 1, 2015.
Colonial Forge at Augustine is on Courthouse Road (Route 630) approximately 2 miles west of Interstate 95 exit 140 (Stafford). The master planned subdivision next to Colonial Forge High School, will have 538 homes when the last phase of construction is completed. These homes include villas, townhouses, and single-family homes built by Augustine Homes, Beazer Homes, and Drees Homes. The monthly homeowners association dues for Colonial Forge at Augustine are $85 for single-family homes, $107 for town homes, and $65 for villas with $145 condominium fees.
The Town of Occoquan began as a tobacco shipping port during 1734. It continued to prosper as a commercial and manufacturing center on the main east coast North-South trade route. In 1804 Occoquan was incorporated as a town and continued to thrive as a commercial and industrial center into the 1920′s. The Town of Occoquan continues to succeed as a place for arts and crafts shops, specialty stores, restaurants, offices, and isolated residential areas. Like the town of Occoquan, other towns in Prince William County (Dumfries & Haymarket) were born from tobacco and agricultural trade. The Town of Manassas became the seat of Prince William County in 1892 due to economic growth created from Manassas Junction connecting Washington, D. C. to Richmond on the Orange & Alexandria Railroad, and the Shenandoah Valley on the Manassas Gap Railroad. The Town of Quantico was incorporated in 1927.… 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