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Brambleton Introduces New Model Home Collections For 2013

LEESBURG, Va., Feb. 12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Brambleton, an award-winning master-planned community located in Loudoun County, Virginia, introduces today new collections from nationally-recognized builders due to increased demand. Brambleton experienced a record year in sales in 2012 and is pleased to introduce brand-new model homes from Miller & Smith, Pulte Homes, Van Metre Homes, Beazer Homes and Winchester Homes in 2013.   

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"We are thrilled to continue to bring the latest collections from our award-winning builders, and to introduce eight new model homes this year," remarks Kim Adams, Director of Marketing for Brambleton.  

Brambleton's model home collections include:

Miller & Smith Noble Pointe and Noble Crest Collection
These single family homes reflect the finest English Manor Homes with a modern flair and are a popular choice for first-time and move-up single family home buyers. Exteriors are reminiscent of charming European villages. Inside, these homes embrace a contemporary floor plan with light-filled, open and airy living spaces. 

Miller & Smith Brownstones
City-style, steps from the best of Brambleton. Miller & Smith adds contemporary flair to a classic home with urban aesthetic that includes open floor plans, sleek kitchens and incredible outdoor entertaining spaces.

Pulte Homes in Trent Grove: Grand Villas and Townhomes
Grand Villas: The convenience of a low-maintenance townhome combined with the comfort of a spacious single-family home.  The four Grand Villas showcase expansive great rooms that open up to state-of-the-art kitchens, upper level lofts and finished recreation rooms. 

Townhomes:  With over 2,200 square feet of living space, 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths, these 3-level luxury townhomes boast open designs. 

Beazer Homes
Beazer's Emerald Ridge Townhome collection, which opened for sales one year ago  featuring the popular Chatham model, is now over 70% sold out.  New in 2013, Beazer will debut two new single-family collections in Brambleton's newest neighborhoods: Emerald Ridge and Westpark.

Emerald Ridge by Winchester Homes
Contemporary townhome living within walking distance to Brambleton Town Center and nestled against the future Hanson Regional Park.  Winchester Homes' homeowners in Emerald Ridge also enjoy full brick fronts and stoops, covered front entries, aged bronze exterior finishings, and open space and privacy unparalleled within the community.  New single-family designs coming this spring.

The Estates and Woodview Collection at Overlook Ridge by Van Metre Homes
Van Metre Homes debuts an enclave of all new luxury single-family homes in Brambleton. Van Metre will introduce Northstar Collection at Emerald Ridge later this year.

About Brambleton:

Brambleton is an award-winning master-planned community located in Loudoun County, Virginia. Brambleton encompasses nearly 2,000 acres and 8,181 single-family homes, townhomes, and condominiums. Brambleton is owned and operated by Soave Real Estate.  For information about the community, please call (703) 722-2864 or visit www.brambleton.com.  Follow Brambleton on Facebook and Twitter.

About Soave Enterprises:

Soave Enterprises is a diversified management and investment company founded by Detroit businessman, Anthony L. Soave. Soave Enterprises provides strategic planning, financial and other management resources to its affiliated business ventures.  Recently, Forbes Magazine ranked Soave Enterprises as the 251st largest privately held company in the United States. For more information visit www.soave.com.

Contact:

Stephanie Orton Lynch


Director of Public Relations | Delucchi Plus


202.248.5855 | [email protected]

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