Leewood is a community located inside the beltway in Springfield,
Virginia. The 195 townhomes that comprise our community were built
by Clarence Gosnell over 25 years ago. The construction of the homes
is something that you rarely see today and was unusual then –
hardwood floors, brick and block construction, copper piping, and
other such features that bespeak of a well built home. The community
has enjoyed the results of the building effort, not only for the
quality of work, but also because the woods that were on the plot
were not denuded. On our approximately 18 acres of ground, we have
large stands of oak trees that our residents can enjoy. In addition,
the community has maintained a planting program that has now graced
us with many mature smaller trees. Our large common areas encourage
our residents to get out and meet their neighbors while walking
their dogs, watching their children play, or just enjoying the scenery.
We are a self-managed community, and have worthy volunteers that
are far sighted in their approach to Leewood's needs. Our reserve
fund is robust, yet we are able to maintain low assessments. All
of our Governing Documents
are posted online.
Leewood has always been in favor of communicating, and we think
it shows in the harmony that our community enjoys. We publish a
that is distributed to every member which has grown in format and
scope. Each homeowner is provided wth a directory, so that our members
can reach each other.
Enjoy our website, and if you have any comments or suggestions,
please feel free to contact us.
We have developed a brochure to be distributed to prospective
owners. Click here
to see a web version of the brochure.
Our address is:
Leewood Homeowners Association
P.O. Box 1421
email (general): firstname.lastname@example.org
email (website): email@example.com
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