Brookside – The Community

Brookside uniquely fulfills the promise of a better place to live, nestled in tradition and nature. Living in this exclusively all single family home, 1,000 acre master planned community means owning a sizable piece of it.

Whether you desire the convenience and natural beauty of the Lakeside Village homes or the spacious, wide open homesites in the Estates at Brookside – there’s simply no better place in Northern Virginia to live!

Here, what centuries of Americans have called “the Commonwealth of Virginia” is revealed in all its splendor and beauty. Brookside is conveniently close-in on the D.C. side of Warrenton, within easy access to the Dulles Corridor and Washington, D.C., and offers supreme community lifestyle and value in a natural setting.

  • spacious homes starting in the upper 400’s!
  • lake-front living in Northern Virginia
  • walk to ball fields, tennis courts and swimming
  • four lakes within Brookside with catch and release fishing
  • catch and keep fishing at bordering Lake Brittle (state stocked)
  • three brand new schools in the neighborhood
  • expansive wildlife preservation areas

There is no better value in Northern Virginia than the Lakes at Brookside!

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New Model Home
Our new model home is coming in the Spring of 2021
The new model will be located near the corner of Riley Rd and Broad Run Church Rd.

9801 Thoroughbred Road
Warrenton, VA 20187

Appointments accepted all days
Please contact us to discuss properties or schedule visits.
(703) 881-2176

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Lakeside Homes' new model will be ready in Spring 2021 on Thoroughbred Road near the corner of Riley and Broad Run Church roads in Warrenton, Virginia. If you'd like more information on our homes, please contact us.

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Brookside Community

A planned community with lakes and amenities situated near three new schools, just ten minutes from I-66.

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