The latest development of Leeland Station subdivision in Stafford County is underway, and homes are being delivered to purchasers. KHovnanian Homes is building over 200 homes on 1/4 acre lots. The biggest selling feature of this community is the Virginia Railway Express Leeland Road Commuter Rail Station. It is next to the Leeland Station Subdivision, and the new homes under construction in sections 5-7, and eventually section 8. Leeland Station is a community you should consider relocating if you’re next move requires commuting into Washington, D.C. and points in Northern Virginia north of Fredericksburg.
Leeland Station (sections 5-8) has six different home designs.
K. Hovnanian Homes offered at Leeland Station (updated September 14, 2015)
- Dakota: 2,169 finished square feet, 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, starting price $299,990.
- Hancock III: 2,408 finished square feet, 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, starting price $360,990.
- Maryland II: 2,574 finished square feet, 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, starting price $370,990.
- Delaware: 2,687 finished square feet, 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, starting price $380,000.
- Virginia II: 2,766 finished square feet, 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, starting price $385,990.
- Alaska: 3,026 finished square feet, 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, starting price $395,990.
- Colorado: 3,434 finished square feet, 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, starting price $415,990.
Floor Plans at Leeland Station
Most homes at Leeland Station subdivision in Stafford County are on one-quarter acre home sites. The standard features offer 2 car garages, 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, unfinished basements, gourmet kitchens with islands, breakfast areas, separate living rooms and dining rooms, libraries, and energy star rated appliances and designs. Living at Leeland Station gives you the convenience of living close to Interstate 95 while enjoying the shopping, dining, and recreation opportunities of the Fredericksburg area. The amenities in this community include use of the community center and pool, tennis courts, playgrounds, and walking trails. Homeowner’s Association dues are $220 quarterly. Current promotions by KHovnanian Homes include a 1% discount to military families, and a $40,000 incentive to use as necessary during this transaction for anyone moving to Leeland Station. This could cover closing costs or a trip to the K. Hovnanian Design Center. Leeland Station subdivision in Stafford County is a popular choice of home buyers interested in relocating to communities with easy access to Virginia Railway Express stations. Commuting options and schools serving this community are part of the reason. The subdivision is in the following school attendance zones: Conway Elementary, Drew Middle, and Stafford High School. We have put together a slide presentation for Leeland Station. It will be periodically updated to show the development progress of the subdivision. The lots planned for delivery by K. Hovnanian Homes at Leeland Station in sections 5-7 can be found by clicking here. This link has current pricing, floor plans, the site plan, and available exterior elevations.
Here is the bottom line to living in Leeland Station. We have evaluated the pricing and standard features list. It’s an equal comparison of products delivered by other builders in the region. The popularity of homes in Leeland Station is worth repeating. Walking from your front door to the VRE Leeland Road Commuter Rail Station is why Leeland Station continues to expand during a poor economy. The ability to defeat the transportation system of Northern Virginia during your commute is priceless.
About Dwayne and Maryanne Moyers
We’ve sold over 100 homes in subdivisions as sales managers for builders in Stafford County, Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania County, and King George County, and represented many clients during the purchase of homes from builders. We encourage you to read Buying New Homes for negotiating and money saving tips before signing a builders contract.
Contact us if a home in Stafford County is in your future.