Burke, VA 22015
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Welcome to your gorgeous new home in the Oaks community of Burke, Virginia. This beautiful home features 4 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. With over $100,000 in upgrades and improvements, this home is turn-key and shows genuine pride of ownership. The entire house is freshly painted, and the hardwood floors gleam. Stainless-steel appliances and beautiful white cabinets add a remarkable brightness to the open floor plan. The focal point of all three living spaces are the wood-burning fireplaces; two of which are set in exposed brick walls in the family and recreation rooms and the other in the living room.
Exiting the family room will lead you to a large rear deck overlooking your backyard oasis, complete with a gorgeous swimming pool! The large fenced rear garden will bring your family years of delight all year round.
The 2-car garage is perfect not only for your vehicles but for storage as well.
Every aspect of this home has been carefully thought out. This fabulous abode will not last long.
Look no further; you are home!
Residentially, the glory of Burke has to be the award-winning Burke Centre. In 2010 The United States Census Bureau gave Burke Centre its own designation, splitting it from Burke officially. Burke Centre is organized by areas of similar size and styled units that have been designed and built by the same builder. Each area of similar size and design residences (i.e., small single-family houses, townhouses, large single-family houses, condominiums, duplexes, apartments, etc.) is called a "cluster." The clusters are, in turn, organized into Neighborhoods, which are essentially based on the geography of the community.
There are five Neighborhoods: the COMMONS (6 Clusters/959 residences); the LANDINGS (11 Clusters/1,399 residents); the OAKS (16 Clusters/1,221 residences); the PONDS (14 Clusters/1,096 residences); and the WOODS (18 Clusters/1,187 residences).
Each neighborhood has one Trustee, and two Trustees are elected At-Large. The Trustees and Cluster Committees are elected by the community annually
In summary, Cluster Committees represent a specific area within their Burke Centre neighborhood. Each Cluster focuses on its own unique needs and issues. Cluster members communicate information to one another, attend Neighborhood Council meetings, hold social gatherings, develop street improvements, organize cleanups, etc. There are 65 clusters within Burke Centre. The Cluster is the basic building block of the Conservancy and the cornerstone of Burke Centre's management structure. Both owners and renters in good standing are eligible to serve on cluster committees.