These properties sold quickly and remained in demand through the ups and downs of the real estate market. However, after the completion of Sections 1 and 2 in Potomac Landing, the project had halted. King George County did not have adequate water treatment capacity to supply Section 3, in spite of the County's prior commitment.A number of years passed before an agreement was made with King George County to improve and construct a new water treatment facility in mid 2002. Unfortunately, the construction of the new facility dragged out for many years and it was not until early 2008 that the County gave final approval for the Potomac Landing Section 3 plat. The infrastructure of Potomac Landings Section 3 was completed by early 2009. Needless to say, the real estate market made a sharp downturn, representing the fastest retreat in U.S. history.
At the option of Potomac Landings' developer, Section 3, composed of forty completed lots, was held off the market, complete with water and sewer, electrical infrastructure, and paved roads, waiting for an upturn in the real estate market for this type of property. Only now has the owner agreed to release a limited number of lots for sale, in phases. Nearly seventy percent of the lots in Phase One were sold out within the first week of release.
For more information, please visit the Potomac Landing Community website.
Potomac Landing Lots
- County-maintained central water & sewer
- State-maintained road and streets
- Underground utilities
- Protective Covenants Property Owners Association
- Adjacent marina
- High speed internet cable service
- Shallow boat launch facility
- Private beach
- Private fresh water lake
- Tennis court
- Nearby public schools with bus service
- Lot 67 - SOLD!
- Lot 78 - SOLD!
- Lot 79 - Spec House
- Lot 84
- Lot 86
Lake of the Woods Lots
Convenient commuting distance to Metro Washington via I-95, & Route 3.
For more information, please visit the Lake of the Woods website.
- Lot 389 - Available to be built