Knutson at Crescent Place: A Walkable Lifestyle with Downtown Leesburg Attractions

By Buzz McClain

This is a promoted post from Knutson at Crescent Place, which is offering new townhomes in Leesburg.

There are countless reasons why Knutson at Crescent Place is the fastest-selling community in Loudoun County. More than half of the new townhomes are already spoken for, just months after the first offering.

Why? One of those reasons is the lifestyle the light-filled four-level, three-bedroom, two-and-a-half bath brick construction affords.

“You are so close to Old Town Leesburg that it’s really an ‘urban’ lifestyle,” says sales manager Deborah Condrey. “You can walk to Tuscarora Mill and the shops in that area. The W&OD hiking/biking trail is literally in your backyard.”

For this, the area rates a 98 WalkScore neighborhood ranking.

“But the maintenance is minimal,” she adds. “Your yard is a rooftop terrace overlooking the entire region.”

Each of the two floor plans — ranging from 2,000- to 2,800-square feet including the spacious terraces — offers opportunities for stylish finishes to suit personal tastes, highlighted by elevators, wet bar and terrace fireplaces available in some models.

More reasons Crescent Places is selling so swiftly:

  • Each unit comes with two-car garages.
  • Knutson has been building in the area for more than 50 years.
  • Don Knutson is a former Northern Virginia Builder of the Year Award recipient.
  • Prices begin in the mid-$400,000s.

For more, see Crescent Place in person, before it’s too late.

Knutson at Crescent Place is at 235 Crescent Station Terrace in Leesburg SE. The sales office is open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on weekends. Call 703-570-6550.

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