The Berkshire Collection at Brambleton showcases some of the area’s largest townhomes, averaging over 4,000 square feet with up to four outdoor living spaces available.
The homes at The Berkshire Collection at Brambleton feature an open design and a unique SkyNest terrace on the top floor, affording both views and privacy to enjoy at night or during the day. Both home designs offer up to five bedrooms with 4.5 bathrooms, have flowing interiors with large, floor-to-ceiling windows and hardwood flooring that create relaxing, urban living spaces. The new homes also feature spacious backyards, with the option for fencing and two-car front-load garages. Homes are also available with elevators.
The living room space at The Berkshire Collection at Brambleton.
The surrounding Brambleton area provides homeowners with an ideal blend of convenience and high-end luxury. These well thought-out residences are a mile to the thriving Brambleton Town Center and also within walking distance of scenic trails, community pools, parks and more.
The dining room space at The Berkshire Collection at Brambleton.
The Berkshire Collection at Brambleton has homes available for summer 2017 move-in. Prices for these immaculate townhomes start at $599,990.
The bathroom at The Berkshire Collection at Brambleton.
For more information about The Berkshire Collection at Brambleton, visit VanMetreHomes.com. Prospective buyers and interested parties are invited to stop by the sales office located at 23386 Epperson Square, Brambleton, VA (map), open daily from 11am-6pm, or to call David Yockers at 703-939-5347 to set up a personal tour.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/now_selling_4_story_luxury_townhomes_with_a_view_at_the_berkshire_collectio/12509.
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