The new Oakridge Communities Phase 2 homes on Bleight Drive reflect the architectural details of nearby historic crafts-man style Haymarket properties.
The Bleight Drive homes have a spectacular view of the Haymarket Community Park, which is slated for future development to include sports courts, amphitheater, walking path and gazebo.
Haymarket is 'Everyone's Home Town' and is characterized by many annual town events and a great, small town sense of community and pride.
Residents of the Town of Haymarket enjoy a bicycle and pedestrian-friendly community and an enforced slow speed limit through town.
The charm of Haymarket is found in it's converted older homes and brick-front, townhome style businesses.
There are several eateries, boutique shops and services just steps from Bleight Drive and the Villages of Haymarket.
Hidden Julles is a favorite among locals, known for locally sourced breakfast and lunch items, healthy smoothies and fresh baked goods.
Each September the Town of Haymarket transforms into a huge street celebration with the annual Haymarket Day Parade, concerts, vendors, food and games for everyone.
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About the Villages of Haymarket & Bleight Drive Phase 2
Enjoy in-town living in this brand new, single-family home that overlooks Haymarket Community Park and the distant downtown setting. This unique Ash Model home offers the best of both worlds: a detached home with a yard, off-street parking and a 2-car garage, combined with all new, energy-efficient and low-maintenance features.
With a low HOA and efficient use of interior space, this home is ideal for downsizing from a subdivision estate or larger home. And, it is attractively priced for a single family, new construction home with many upgrades. Best of all, the in-town location offers walkability to town shops, offices and eateries, as well as the many festive Town of Haymarket Events.
This home is part of Villages of Haymarket Phase 2 developed by Oakridge Communities. The five homes of this phase border the Haymarket Community Park (formerly the Harrover Property of Haymarket) and were architecturally designed and developed to reflect the craftsman style and character of the old Lewis homes located on that property.
One of the Lewis homes is slated for renovation with future park development plans. The other was moved and renovated into a town favorite Cookies and Cream Ice Cream Shop located just across the street. Craftsman-style architectural elements can be found in window and door treatments, roof style and pillars – all creating a distinct section of town with a harmonious flair.
This Ash Model and the Sycamore Model are the two remaining homes for sale in this final phase. See the Sycamore Model home for sale.