This is a promoted post from Knutson at Crescent Place, which is offering new townhomes in Leesburg.
What more could you want in a home than award-winning design in every detail? After being named the winner of Best Design & Architecture at the 2016 Great American Living Awards, Knutson at Crescent Place can deliver just that.
These stunning modern townhomes, located in the heart of Leesburg, have changed the landscape of Loudoun County. The Knutson difference offers you superior finishes and features throughout, distinctive exterior architecture, a large two-car garage, and much more. Floorplans range from 2,000 to 2,800 square feet and include spacious terraces, 9-foot ceilings on all levels, and optional two-sided terrace fireplaces. Take a closer look at our Fleetwood floorplan in a 3D tour.
Located immediately adjacent to the W&OD Trail, you will be able to enjoy time in nature, while living in an urban area. Access to over 50 shops, restaurants and more allows homeowners to live easy and convenient lives, without ever going too far from home. With 98 WalkScore neighborhood ranking, it has never been easier to host a happy hour on your rooftop terrace, listen to live music on a Tuesday night, or become a regular at the hottest new restaurant in town.
With prices starting in the mid $400s, Knutson at Crescent Place has become one of Loudoun’s fastest selling new developments.
Deborah Condrey, the sales manager at Crescent Place, urges potential homebuyers to come take a tour of the development’s two furnished models before it’s too late.
Knutson at Crescent Place is at 235 Crescent Station Terrace in Leesburg SE. The sales office is open daily: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Wednesday from 1-6 p.m. and weekends from 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Call 703-570-6550 to learn more.
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