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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2019 HOA Board Meeting Schedule
The Raspberry Falls 2019 Board Meeting Schedule is as follows:
January 8, 2019 7:00 pm
March 13, 2019 7:00 pm
May 14, 2019 7:00 pm
July 9, 2019 7:00 pm
September 10, 2019 7:00 pm
Annual Meeting, November 12, 2019
All meetings are held at the Homewood Suites unless otherwise noted.
Traffic Relief Coming for Route 15!
The Loudoun Board of Supervisors unanimously voted to approve the widening of Route 15 and other roadway improvements to address congestion! This will include widening and dividing to two lanes in each direction from Battlefield Blvd. to Montressor Road along with a shared multi-use path on the West side of Route 15 for cyclists, joggers, and walkers. Other improvements include a continuous green T-intersection at King Street and Route 15 to address congestion at the merge, a new traffic light at White’s Ferry to the increased capacity of four lanes, and realignment of Limestone School Road to intersect with Montressor with a hybrid 4- to 2-lane roundabout. The best news is that the project has been 100% funded at this point.
New Water Treatment System Nearly Completed
The Loudoun Water project to expand and improve the water treatment plan in Raspberry Falls and Selma Estates is nearing substantial completion. The systems for both Raspberry Falls and Selma have been joined into a single combined water system, creating a sustainable water supply for both communities.