Timeless elegance is essential when you’re choosing where to live your classic Chantilly lifestyle.
With modern twists throughout the charming new townhomes at Rockland Village Green, you’ll see a casual yet refined style incorporated into every detail.
This new community, with townhomes from the lower $600s, puts the best urban amenities just outside your door. Shopping, dining and recreation are all nearby, and the close proximity to major commuter routes ensures an easy drive to work.
These are the things that homeowners love at Rockland Village Green. And this amazing access is the promise that has been drawing high interest in the community’s final garage townhomes. Visit today to tour the stunning Holbrook model and the Bennington I Quick Move-In Homes!
If you are stuck in an endless cycle of renting, you can finally find a home complete with luxury features and finishes that you love and are eager to own and invest in.
With its premium Chantilly location and access to highly rated Fairfax County schools, these stunning townhomes are also functional and comfortable. This sought-after area is also home to an abundance of outdoor recreation, from local parks to nearby golf clubs.
Townhomes in the community come complete with three to four bedrooms, up to 2,457 square feet and a beautiful brick exterior with a two-car garage. You can even personalize your home design to your exact liking, including with an optional extra suite.
Anyone interested in elevating their lifestyle with a new townhome at Rockland Village Green should visit khov.com/RocklandVillageGreen or call 703-885-7118 to speak with a Sales Consultant.
Be sure to tour the community’s model home at 13921 Vernon Street, Chantilly, VA 20151 before the final townhomes are claimed.
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