Food is an essential part of life, and fresh food straight from the farm is always delicious.
That’s why the lifestyle at Willowsford is so amazing. New Homes Guide features everything you need to know to choose a new home in one of the villages at Willowsford in our March/April issue, available now in print or online.
The focus of Willowsford is conservation and a life that’s close to nature. It’s demonstrated every day at Willowsford Farm, the heart of this beautiful planned community, as well as at the gourmet demonstration kitchen in the beautiful Sycamore House.
Consisting of 300 acres of agricultural land, Willowsford Farm grows more than 150 varieties of vegetables, herbs, fruit, and flowers, and raises livestock, including goats, chickens and bees that produce fresh honey.
All of this goodness is available to the homeowners of Willowsford at the Farm Market and through the Community Supported Agriculture Program. Agricultural education encounters are offered by Mike Snow, Director of Farm Operations, and Deb Dranby, Market Manager/Education Coordinator.
Homeowners at Willowsford can learn to prepare this delicious bounty right in the community. Sycamore House offers a teaching and demonstration kitchen, featuring visits by local and celebrity chefs. The meals prepared feature ingredients picked fresh from Willowsford Farm.
Willowsford, which spans Ashburn and Aldie, Virginia, is a truly special place to call home. Find out more about the new homes that are available and the builders who are helping create this gorgeous community, featured on the front cover of the March/April New Homes Guide.