Sales at Park Grove were brisk with all homes sold within nine months of the model home grand opening. With preview pricing from the low two million, Park Grove’s final pricing approached the three-million-dollar mark. The last closings are scheduled for December of this year.
Park Grove is built upon land formerly owned by George Hertzog, former U.S. National Parks Director, who lived on the property for decades. “The history of the site inspired the theme for Park Grove,” said Gulick Group Vice President of Sales & Marketing, Jamie Gulick. The community is walkable, backs to a park, and connects residents to nature and broader McLean.” This inspiration is also on display in the natural elements utilized in each home’s exterior elevation. The stone and wood facades with black metal accents create a modern yet warm inviting streetscape.
The two available floorplans ranged between 5,600 to 7,270 square feet. Newly designed by the Gulick Group, each residence’s contemporary architecture captures a rare fusion of warmth and clean-lined simplicity. The homes flow from sunlit interiors with floor to ceiling windows to rich outdoor living spaces, evoking serenity, and balance amidst the parklike setting. To take advantage of the view, some buyers even requested a custom upper-level terrace, just off the owner’s suite.
Established in 1987, The Gulick Group has developed award-winning communities throughout Fairfax and Loudoun County. The Gulick Group and Smith l Schnider are working together again in the sales and marketing of Hudson Quarter, a single-family home community in Falls Church. “The community is a continuation of our company’s valued relationship with The Gulick Group,” said Smith l Schnider President, Ron Smith.