Tuesdays On The Town: One Loudoun by Stanley Martin

Tuesdays On The Town: One Loudoun by Stanley Martin

We’d be surprised if you hadn’t heard about One Loudoun in Ashburn. An oasis of luxury living surrounded by an impressive list of amenities, the community is not even fifteen minutes from Dulles Airport and routes 28, 66, and the 267 Toll Road. You might think with the recent Barnes and Noble grand opening that One Loudoun is a brand new community, but it’s actually been gaining momentum since the groundbreaking in 2007. The project made huge progress in 2011 and has become one of the most walkable and inclusive luxury communities in the Washington Metro area. Since then, a variety of developers have produced outstanding multi and single family residences to create a community of over 1,000 homes.

This past week, we shut down our laptops and visited Stanley Martin’s three available “City Style” floor plans located in the Downtown sector of One Loudon, options include two condo and one townhouse floorplans, featuring attached garages, breathtaking balcony and terrace views, and of course an unbeatable location.  While most sales centers drive traffic through during daylight hours, there is something to be said of the golden hour glow.

Starting with The Westminster, the smaller of the condo floor plans offers two bedrooms, two and a half baths and 1524 sq. ft. This condo boasts an open floor plan with plenty of options and upgrades starting at $436,990. One option that stands out? The upper level floor plan allows for a flex space that can be utilized as a loft/office or third bedroom. At the lowest price point available, we loved the gourmet kitchen with plentiful cabinet space and the rear loading garage.

In need of a bit more space? The second condo option, The Grosvenor, provides ample room with 2550 sq. ft, three bedrooms, 2 and a half baths. The open kitchen is a stunner, with all the bells and whistles including the largest waterfall island we’ve ever seen at 17 feet long! You’ll find a convenient stacked washer and dryer in the upstairs hallway leading to a master suite. But the best is yet to come! Stairs lead to a fantastic rooftop terrace with a trellis you could only imagine supporting luscious vines in the peak of summer. The perfect sun basking getaway, starting at $542,990.

After viewing the condos, we were super excited to take a look at their luxury townhome. We were not disappointed. With the same refined luxury design as the condos, their townhome floor plan The Kensington has four finished levels with an attached two car garage. The main level features the great room complete with gas fireplace and coffered ceiling and formal dining area. The third level master suite with tray ceiling was fantastic, but the real show piece is the fourth level loft leading out to the roof top terrace. With a half bathroom, and plenty of indoor and outdoor space, you could easily entertain a large group of friends and family, barbecuing late into the evening to enjoy the mesmerizing sunset views. Base price? $659,990.

One Loudoun Kensington by Stanley Martin

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