Belmont Country Club Townhomes for Sale

images-1Townhomes in Belmont Country Club

I remember playing in a Loudoun County Golf Tournament about ten years ago.  As I road through the course, I enjoyed seeing the beautiful single family homes along the perimeter of the course with beautiful decks, houses and landscaping.

Now, ten years later, Belmont Country Club is a popular neighborhood for both golfers and non-golfers alike.  Homes in Belmont Country Club include luxury single family homes, townhomes and even condos spread throughout the neighborhood.

The Belmont Country Club community stretches alongside Rt. 7 and Belmont Ridge Road in Ashburn, VA.  The neighborhood is full of amenities including pools, W&OD Trail, 18-hole championship Arnold Palmer Signature Golf Course, recreation center and much more.

There are several different style townhomes in Belmont Country Club.  Garage townhomes in Belmont are priced from the $400s.  For a full list of active townhomes for sale in Belmont Country Club, click here.

Schools in Belmont Country Club Neighborhood

Loudoun County Public Schools are some of the best in the state of Virginia.  Recent re-districting in Ashburn may affect the specific school your child may attend but there is no doubt that all of the schools will be a good choice for your children.  In addition, there area a variety of private schools available in Loudoun County.  For descriptions and statistics about schools in Ashburn, click here.

Why Live in Belmont Country Club?

Just ask a resident from Belmont.  Residents love the security of the gated community as well as the amenities and friendly neighbors.  The neighborhood is highly sought-after and homes don’t stay on the market long.

If you currently own a home in Belmont Country Club and are considering putting it on the market, contact me today to find a buyer who will love it as much as you do.

Loudoun County Living LLC is one of the top teams at Keller Williams in Leesburg and has averages over 60 home sale every year.  For a free home value estimate or if you are looking to buy a home in Virginia, call 703-831-7653 or visit www.loudouncountylivingllc.com 

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Buying or Selling in Loudoun County: How to Hire the Pros to Help You Move

Have you ever noticed how busy your friends and family members become on your moving day? Can you blame them? Moving is tough, manual labor. The only reason that folks might be willing to help is in the hopes you’ll reciprocate when it’s their turn to move.

Being able to round up enough people to help with the move is just one consideration when determining whether to hire a moving company or just do it yourself. Here are a few other considerations:

  • Time: How much time do you have to devote to the move? If you’re relocating because of a new job and you’re on a time crunch, professional movers will save you a lot of time.
  • Distance: How far away are you moving? Interstate moves involve a lot of driving with possible overnight stops along the way. Do you feel safe leaving your belongings in the parking lot overnight?
  • Money: If you’re on a tight budget, a full-service mover may be out of the realm of possibility for you.

Types of Moving Companies

Moving companies have evolved from the days when the massive truck pulled up to the house and loaded pre-packed boxes and furniture for the move to a new location. Today, you have a number of choices to consider when hiring moving assistance:

  • Pack it yourself and hire professionals to load and deliver.
  • Hire professionals to pack, load and deliver. Some companies offer unpacking services as well.
  • Hire a professional with a truck. You pack, you load and he drives.

Of course, like most things in life, the more services you desire, the more you’ll pay.

Choosing a Moving Company

Finding the right moving company for your needs is probably one of the most challenging aspects of the moving process. Ask friends, colleagues and family members for a referral. If that doesn’t work, the National Association of Realtors® suggests that you choose a mover that is a member of the American Moving and Storage Association (AMSA).

Interview representatives from several companies and ask lots of questions:

  • Ask about the moving company’s responsibilities if items are damaged while in their care.
  • Are employees bonded?
  • Verify the mover’s license.
  • Check with the Better Business Bureau for complaints against the company.
  • Don’t accept telephone quotes. The only way to get an accurate quote is for the mover to assess your situation in person.
  • Ask for an itemized breakdown of all fees the company charges and explanations of any that you don’t understand.

Federal law requires movers to supply you with the booklet: “Your Rights and Responsibilities When You Move.” In it you will find information about your mover’s responsibilities and how to make the move go smoothly.

Additionally, the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) warns consumers to never sign a mover’s blank documents. These papers are binding contracts and should be read thoroughly before signing. If there are blanks, other than one for the weight of your items, line them through or refuse to sign until the blanks are filled in.

For help with choosing a mover and information on how to protect yourself and your belongings during the move, visit the DOT’s website.