Purchasing a Home

Purchasing a Home in Ashburn Farm

Established in 1988, the community of Ashburn Farm currently has 1,824 single-family homes, 1,416 townhomes, and 460 condos, 162 apartments on a total of 1,283 acres. Please click here to see a map of the community. Throughout the community, you will find numerous amenities including twelve asphalt tennis courts, eight of which are lit and open from 6AM – 11PM daily, the remaining four are open during daylight hours.  Six of the tennis courts are also marked for pickleball.  There are also eight basketball courts around the community, two athletic fields, a pony league baseball field, and a sand volleyball court.  There are nineteen tot-lots in the community connected by over twenty miles of asphalt pathways that wind through approximately 200 acres of natural tree save areas and the numerous neighborhoods that make up the Ashburn Farm community.

The community has three recreational centers which all community members have access to: Windmill, Summerwood, and Breezyhill.  The Windmill Recreational Center includes a 50-meter swimming pool and bathhouse, four lit tennis courts, a large tot-lot, the Windmill Pavilion & grill area, a pony league baseball field, a two-acre Pond and a community center with a furnished large event room available for rent, as well as a large meeting / conference room that is also available for meetings or other events.  Summerwood Recreational area also includes a 25-meter swimming pool, a basketball court, a large tot-lot, and two lit tennis courts.  Breezyhill Recreational Center also include a 25-meter swimming pool, large tot lot, two basketball courts, an athletic field and nearly a three-acre pond.  There are a total of five catch-and-release ponds in the community, four with a fountain and three are aerated; all were stocked in 2020.

Along with the community amenities, you have access to the Ashburn Library, and two county parks.  Trailside Park which borders Ashburn Farm Community, and the W&OD Trail includes a large parking lot, an in-line hockey deck, multiple baseball fields, pitching and batting cages, and a huge tot-lot.  Greg Crittenden Memorial Park & Little League field off of Windmill Drive includes a large parking lot, multiple ball fields, pitching and batting cages, a tot-lot and multiple grassy areas. The W&OD Trail is accessible from Association’s and County asphalt trails at multiple locations in the community. 

The community is served by multiple Saunders Corner Elementary School as well as Stone Bridge High School.  According to Schooldigger, Stonebridge High school ranks better than 84.1% of high schools in Virginia. It also ranks 4th among 10 ranked high schools in the Loudoun County Public Schools District.  Sanders Corner Elementary ranks better than 81% of elementary schools in Virginia. It also ranks 20th among 58 ranked elementary schools in the Loudoun County Public Schools District.


2021 Homeowner Assessments
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Townhome (Private Street)QuarterlyMonthly
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Assessments are paid by every member of the Association and are divided into General Assessments, Private Street Assessments, and Public Street Assessments. All Ashburn Farm homeowners pay a General Assessment to cover the cost of general expenses such as maintenance of the common areas, contributions to the general reserves, general administration, utilities, taxes, and insurance.

The Neighborhood Assessment for the Public Streets (single-family homes) pays for trash collection service for homes on public streets.

The Neighborhood Assessment for Private Streets (townhomes) pays for trash collection service, the streetlight utilities and maintenance, snow removal, maintenance of the townhome streets, parking areas, sidewalks, and the monthly contribution to the Private Street Reserve Fund.

Apartment and Condominium Owners have separate associations/property management responsible for their maintenance and upkeep but pay the General Assessment to Ashburn Farm Association which entitles them to the same common amenities. Upon approval by the Board of Trustees, the Association’s operating budget information is provided to the Association’s Financial Management Company, which prepares the Association’s assessment coupons and mails them to all property owners.

New homeowners receive a Welcome Packet upon the Association receiving a settlement date for the purchase of an Association property.  The packet includes information on the trash standards and schedule, how to pay one’s Association assessments, information about making exterior modifications to your home or property, pool ID application information and more.