Raspberry Falls is a neighborhood of approximately 205 homes, built between 1995-2017, in Loudoun County, Virginia, just north of the incorporated town of Leesburg. What makes this neighborhood special are the scenic vistas of mountains and of the Raspberry Falls Golf and Hunt Club, a public golf course, designed by Gary Player. Most homes sit on a lot of at least half an acre, but there are some properties on conservancy lots, which are 3+ acres.
Locally based and acclaimed home builder Van Meter designed and constructed the majority of the homes in the neighorhood. Generally speaking, homes have at least three levels and are built with three-car garages. The neighborhood has a home owner's association (HOA) which provides guidelines for design updates and maintenance to individual properties, and offers amenities to the homeowners including a community pool and tennis court.
Nearby attractions include Morven Park, downtown Leesburg, Lucketts, White's Ferry, the C&O Canal, the W&OD trail, and several wineries and breweries. Public schools districted to the neighborhood are Frances Hazel Reid Elementary School, Smarts Mill Middle School, and Tuscarora High School. There is an executive airport (Leesburg airport) close by, and proximity to three major airports (DCA, IAD, and BWI) make this neighborhood a great place for people who need to travel for work or for fun!