Lansdowne is a planned community situated 36 miles from downtown Washington, D.C. It is south of the Potomac River and a little north of State Route 7. The residents of Lansdowne have three significant homeowners associations, with the most significant one being the Lansdowne On the Potomac Homeowners Association, representing approximately 2,200 homes in the census-designated community. The other one is the Lansdowne Woods of Virginia Homeowners Association that includes five condominiums and 1,100 single-family homes. The area of modern-day Lansdowne is a part of a land grant that was given to six noblemen by King Charles II of England to seven noblemen in 1649. The land grant was later called the Fairfax Proprietary and was between the Potomac and Rappahannock rivers. This makes Lansdowne a part of a very historically rich area. Many of the permanent settlers came from Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Maryland between 1725 and 1730,
There are plenty of reasons to own a home in Lansdowne, North Virginia, besides its proximity to Washington, D.C. Residents enjoy fun places like Volcano Island Waterpark located at 20015 Volcano Island Drive in Sterling. This sizeable Polynesian-themed water park offers all sorts of things to do, including sliding down winding water slides, swimming in the swimming pool, as well as getting drenched by a giant, water-dumping bucket. Then there are lovely open spaces such as McKee-Beshers Wildlife Management Area located in Poolesville, Maryland, which offers visitors a natural area for hunting, fishing, and hiking. When it comes to things to do in Washington, D.C., you have a place such as the National Mall which is a beautifully landscaped park located near downtown Washington, D.C. This historical park was the brainchild of Pierre Charles L'Enfant in 1792 and plays host to a long list of annual events such as the Earth Day celebration around the end of April and yearly concerts from the National Symphony Orchestra. Furthermore, Washington, D.C. is home to the Smithsonian Institution which is located at 600 Maryland Avenue Southwest. The institution is comprised of 19 galleries, museums, the National Zoological Park. Eleven of the museums are located on the National Mall.
When European settlers began establishing colonies in the Washington D.C. area, they brought with them their architecture. Lansdowne illustrates this with its various single-family home plans that include French Country, Craftsman, Country, Bungalow, Shingle, Ranch, Traditional, Tudor, Northwestern, Prairie, Colonial, as well as large estates built on sizeable lots. Properties for sale in Lansdowne provide you a smorgasbord of styles depending on the architect and builder involved. Furthermore, Lansdowne homes offer a varied assortment of unique features that include mahogany wood trim, high-end appliances, wine cellars, lower-level entertainment areas, swimming pools, hot tubs, and wet bars. Available houses in Lansdowne vary in size from two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 1,050 square feet to nine bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, and 12,849 square feet. Additionally, there is an excellent selection condominium on the market in Lansdowne with tons of amenities. The same thing applies to townhomes for sale in Lansdowne, with pre-owned and newly constructed models. Planning on building a custom home of your choice or want to build an investment property here? You can find plenty of lots for sale in Lansdowne as well. Real estate in the D.C. area goes fast, so please don’t hesitate to contact us today so we may assist you.
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