Chalk Farm is located in the rolling piedmont countryside of Loudoun County, Virginia, fifty miles northwest of Washington, DC. To the east one sees the Catoctin Mountain Range and to the west Short Hill and the Blue Ridge Mountains beyond.
These charming farmhouses on 1/4 to 1/3 acre lots will be surrounded by 8 acres of common open space. The homes have been designed by Waterford architect Kevin Ruedisueli and will be built by Country Living Homes of Purcellville. Houses are two-story, with Hardiplank and standing seam roofs, foam-insulated,wood floors throughout and many upgrades.
The seven small hamlet lots are on Cobbett Lane at John Wolford Road, one-half mile west of Berlin Turnpike (Route 287).
The hamlet site is ten miles from Brunswick, Maryland (MARC commuter train station), ten miles from Leesburg (Route 267 toll road), five miles from Purcellville (Loudoun County Transit commuter bus service), and 25 miles from Dulles airport.
Chalk Farm is adjacent to five working farms: Moutoux Orchard (fruit, vegetables, meat, dairy, and poultry), Potomac Vegetable Farms, Greenstone Fields (flowers), Lydia’s Fields (vegetables) and Second Spring Farm (vegetables.) All farms use ecological methods exclusively.