Bleight Drive Downtown Haymarket New Construction Homes for Sale

Two beautiful new construction homes are now available in downtown Haymarket on Bleight Drive

Bleight Drive New ConstructionIf you’ve driven down Washington Street through Haymarket over the past couple of months, you may have noticed the new home construction on Bleight Drive, right next to the QBE building complex (old Pace West School) and Cookies and Cream Ice Cream shop.

The grey home on the corner, 6748 Bleight Drive, is the Willow Model and sold by Bryan Garcia of EXIT Heritage Realty, a.k.a. “Haymarket Real Estate Guy”, representing the buyers. This home was the first of five homes on this street, in which two remaining homes are currently available – the Sycamore Model and the Ash Model (lots 49 and 50 pictured above).

6736 Bleight Drive, Haymarket, VA 20169

4 Bedrooms * 3.5 Baths * 2,518 SF * .11 Acres
Listed at $510,293

This stunning, 3 finished level Ash Model home is loaded with upgraded features.

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6736 Bleight Drive, Haymarket, VA 20169

4 Bedrooms * 3.5 Baths * 2,518 SF * .11 Acres
Listed at $495,537

This beautiful, 3 finished level Sycamore Model home is ready for final finishing.

Learn more about this home

6740 bleight drive haymarket va

These unique homes are part of the Villages of Haymarket development by Oakridge Communities and are COMING SOON to the MLS as Listings for Sale by Bryan Garcia of EXIT Heritage Realty. Previews of these lovely homes are now available with Bryan.

Bleight Drive

Call Bryan Garcia at 703-517-2574 or email Bryan at for more information.

There is an interesting story to this location and the design of these homes …

Harrover Property – Town of Haymarket

The land behind these new homes, recently referred to as the Harrover Property, is Town of Haymarket property. The town purchased this property from private owners (the Harrovers) in 2005 in an effort to preserve a portion of diminishing open space. The land was the site of two bungalow, craftsman-style homes built in the 1920s. They were the previous locations of the Haymarket Police Station and the Haymarket Regional Food Pantry, both have been relocated in town.

After some research, these homes were identified as Lewis Manufacturing Kit Homes from the 1920s and are listed as contributing resources to the Town’s old and historic Haymarket overlay districts. The two homes, with their unique architectural details, will remain a part of the Haymarket community. One of the buildings, the original La Vitello model, was purchased by a private owner and moved just two lots over. It has been restored and is now the home of Cookies and Cream! The other will remain on the property and will be renovated into a park building with restrooms and offices in the new Haymarket Community Park.

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1922 La Vitello Model Lewis Manufactured Homes is now Cookies and Cream Ice Cream.

New Haymarket Community Park

If you haven’t heard, the Harrover Property is going to be the new Haymarket Community Park and plans for development are underway! The proposed park plans, slated to be executed in three phases over the next several years, include a pavilion building for multi-use similar to that of Manassas Harris Pavilion. The architectural details for the new park buildings will conform to the look and feel of the existing Lewis Homes, and establish their architectural features as the style of this flagship community park.

The current park design also features an amphitheater, light recreation courts, a winding loop walking trail and two gazebos. Currently, there are picnic tables set up to begin the transition.

You can visit the Town of Haymarket website for the full project report and proposal, which includes the approved park diagram as shown below and previous proposals. The Haymarket Community Park will be a wonderful addition to our community!

Haymarket Community park

The Bleight Drive Homes for Sale

With the plans underway for the new park, Oakridge Communities (the builder of the new homes), will also be conforming to the architectural features that have been established by the Lewis homes and proposed park structures. These elements can be found in window and door treatments, roof style and pillars. All of this will create a distinct section of town with a harmonious flair.

Also, according the Town, the red brick formed sidewalks that run through the center of town will be extended to the front of the park ending at Bleight Drive. This will really connect these homes to the town offering pedestrian access to everything.

If in-town living and a community park for your back yard is appealing to you, the Bleight Drive homes may be just what you’re looking for. If you are in the market for a new home or thinking of moving to beautiful Haymarket, I would be happy to show you these homes and get you an information packet.

Call Bryan Garcia at 703-517-2574 or email Bryan at for more information.

The Villages of Haymarket homes are very nice – inside and out. They are single family, detached homes with garages offered at townhome prices. No two models are the same. The first two homes feature sleek interiors with contemporary black and white kitchen design with granite and stainless, contemporary light fixtures, flooring and lots of natural sunlight.

Call Bryan Garcia at 703-517-2574 or email Bryan at for more information.

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