Prime Vacant Land
Public Real Estate Auction
Prime Land:1.6 acres of Vacant land on Broad Run Lake, Zoned CR1
Street Visibility from RT. 7
Auction Date: Thursday August 21st At 11:15 A.M., registration at 10:00 A.M.
Location: 4229 Lafayette Center Dr. #1800, Chantilly, VA20151
Property location: Lakeside Drive, Potomac Falls, VA 20165
Preview/Inspection: Thursday August 7th & 14th From 1-2PM and by appointment.
Overview of Land:
Lakeside Dr, Potomac Falls, Virginia 20165 (at end of cul-de-sac)
Youngs Lake Area
Tax I.D. 028-25-4964-000, 028-25-4646-000, 028-25-2362-000
Lot Size: 1.6 Acres approximately (3 lots combined)
Directions: From Tyson’s Corner RT 7 West, Right on Broad Run Drive, Right on Winding Drive, Right on Lakeside Drive, 3 Lots on Right at end of Cul-De-Sac.
This property consists of 3 adjacent lots together resulting in over 1.6 acres of contiguous land privately nestled at Algonkian Parkway and the Dulles Town Center. Ideal for a magnificent luxury executive home. A 6000 sq ft. home is already approved by the county Buyer can purchase lots either undeveloped, with building plans, or owner can build the home for the buyer under separate contract after auction settlement takes place.
Beautiful serene location on Broad Run Lake. Ideal for Day Care Center.
Zoning : Countryside Residential-1 (CR-1)
A new community called “One Loudoun” is being built just one mile from this land. Click here or on the image to visit this new community.
Near by amenities, and driving time:
- Potomac River – 5 minutes
- Algonkian Regional Park Golf Course – 8 minutes
- Dulles Town Center 5 minutes
- Washington Redskins Training Camp – 5 minutes
- Dulles International Airport – 10 minutes
- AOL Global Headquarters – 5 minutes
- Tyson’s Corner – 20 minutes
- Countryside Elementary – 5 minutes
- River Bend Middle School – 8 minutes
- Potomac Falls High School – 5 minutes
Colleges & Universities
- Northern Virginia Community College – 10 minutes
- Old Dominion University – 10 minutes
- George Washington University – 5 minutes
Property is next door to Galilee United Methodist Church www.galileeumc.org
History of area:
Broad Run Farms is a residential area north of State Route 7 and State Route 28 that was incorporated in 1952. it shares the zip code of 2065 and can call itself alternately Sterling or Potomac Falls. As an area much older than the surrounding recent growth, it has features unique to the region, including large lots, highly wooded old-growth to the north by the Potomac and to the west by Broad Run, it was founded in 1950 when Miskel’s Farm, site of a Civil War battle that propelled Confederate Capt. John Mosby to fame, was purchased and later subdivided by a U.S. Senate layer. The community banded together in 1995 with state and county help to finance and install its own sewer service in part through and added property tax. The lien was paid off several years early and the tax has been retired.
The Civil War Battle Story
The night before the battle, Mosby and his men were encamped at the Miskel (Broad Run Farms) farm. Mosby decided not to post guards at the Pike (RT7?) that night, because he knew that the Union camp was 15 miles away. Since they planned to leave the next morning, he figured his unit would be gone by the time Union troops reached the area. That night, though, an informer reported Mosby’s whereabouts to the Union Army. At daybreak, the First Vermont Cavalry charge into the Miskel barnyard. The Union troops ere so confident that they closed the farm gates behind themselves to prevent Confederate escape. Although the cavalry numbered 150 to Mosby’s 70, the rebels had repeating pistols and carbines, firepower superior to the sabers carried by the Union cavalry. The Yankees found themselves retreating very quickly after starting the battle. Having closed the gates, though, the retreat turned into a rout for the Confederates. Mosby concluded that battle by chasing the cavalry down Leesburg Pike to Dranesville, a distance of five miles, taking 83 prisoners and 95 horses before pulling back. The victory earned Mosby a promotion to Major for this gallantry. An 1895 engraving made by artist James Taylor depicts this battle, and is included in an 1896 book, Mosby’s Rangers, James Williamson.
http://broadrunfarms.com/history.htm Great Info; fossilized dinosaur footprints
Native American roamed and settled in Broad Run Farms 6500 B.C.
Broad Run was named by the first known Europeans in the 1600’s
Staring bid $50,000
Terms: 10% buyers premium added to high bid price. $10,000 deposit by certified or cashiers check required to bid.
The successful bidder will be required to increase their deposit to equal 20% of the high bid price. This can be by personal check on auction day and then must be exchanged for a certified check Friday August 22, 2008. Closing takes place in 30 days, no contingencies.
The property is located at the end of the cul-de-sac in front of Broad Run Lake.
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