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June 11, 2013

First Home Prices for Potomac Shores Released

PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY, Va. – The first prices for new homes in the Potomac Shores neighborhood near Dumfries are out today.

The developer of the 2,000-acre property, California-based SunCal, said the first home sites at the master planned neighborhood are now in development, and their design of the homes are meant to mirror styles seen in areas throughout the Mid-Atlantic region from South Carolina to Delaware, according to a company spokesman.

The first homes will be built in the “Tidewater” style, based off homes seen in coastal areas of Virginia and Maryland.

According to a press release distributed this morning, total of six neighborhoods in phase one of the project are being developed and will open later this year:

– Fairways Cove — 169 home sites, six home styles available from the low-$500s
– Fairways Shore — 51 home sites, three home styles available from the mid-$500s
– Fairways Pointe — 41 home sites, three home styles available from the upper-$500s
– Fairways Landing — 27 home sites, two home styles available from the upper-$600s
– Fairways Overlook — 82 home sites, three home styles available from the $800s

In addition to residential homes, Potomac Shores will also boast mixed use area that will which will be located on the Potomac River and feature a mix of condominiums, apartments, retail shops, office space, and a hotel, and possibly a Virginia Railway Express Station.