Raspberry Falls is a community of about 200 single family homes located just north of the corporate limits of the Town of Leesburg in the heart of Loudoun County, Virginia, and 1 mile west of White’s Ferry on the Potomac River. The community features large 1 acre-plus lots situated around one of the most acclaimed golf courses in the country, Raspberry Falls Golf & Hunt Club. Typically, homes are 4 to 6 bedrooms. The homes generally range in price from the high $600s to $2M. Raspberry Falls is governed by a Home Owners Association (HOA) and features amenities including swimming and tennis.
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2020 Gof Course Rates for HOA Members
Raspberry Falls HOA Greetings Neighbors,
Attached is a pdf of the 2020 Raspberry Falls Golf Course rates for us Raspberry Falls HOA Members.
Sincerely, _Raspberry Falls HOA Board of Directors_
Update on Rt 15 Improvements
Raspberry Falls HOA The new Loudoun County Board of Supervisors was sworn in earlier this year, which includes four new members and five returning members. That’s a lot of new faces on the board, and some have expressed a desire to “re-examine” the Route 15 issue, which could cause delays to the current project. In effort to ensure that the new Loudoun Board of Supervisors does not drop the ball on fixing the safety and congestion issues on Route 15, and to remind them of the overwhelming community support for this project, Dave Goodrum, the RF HOA Board’s Rt. 15 Liaison, will speak on Tuesday, Jan 21st, at the Board’s business meeting sometime between 5-6pm. He has only a 2 ½ minute slot, and Route 15 is NOT an agenda item. But, we want the new Board to have Route 15 top of mind from Day One and ensure they know where we stand. There will also be a representative from Selma speaking right after David speaks.
If you are not aware, there is a funded project to widen Route 15 to four lanes (two south and two north) all the way out to Montressor. It will also include a median and side shoulders for emergency pull offs and other safety features. The board also passed a resolution in 2019 approving further four laning and a bypass around Lucketts. This continued four laning will provide much need congestion relief along the corridor, and the median and shoulders would provide additional safety along the troubled road. We are not asking the community to show up at this time to provide support, since Route 15 is not a current agenda item and there are no decision points to be made currently. This is just an open forum public input slot. However, if you would like to show up, please wear RED as a show of solidarity and support. Have you have questions about the Route 15 project, David is happy to talk to community members privately or in a group setting.
RF HOA Board of Directors