Surrounded on one side by established residential neighborhoods with mature tree growth and on the other side by the wooded acres owned by the community and by Wolf Trap Park, Shouse Village is a welcoming haven of green, a natural oasis of woods, trails, creeks, ponds and wildlife that serves as an antidote to the urbanization of nearby Tysons Corner.
Shouse Village is made up of 260 single-family detached homes that are situated on large lots on two main circular drives and numerous cul-de-sacs with paved sidewalks on both sides of every street, gas or electric lamps, mature trees and shrubs. The community has no utility pools or overhead wires.
Home styles are primarily center-hall colonial models and split level models. Homes feature 4 to 5 bedrooms, finished basements, 2 to 3 bathrooms, brick and siding exteriors, and one- or two-car garages. Most homes have hardwood floors, front porches, rear patios or decks, eat-in kitchens, laundry rooms, and fireplaces. Lots average about 1/3 of an acre. These homes are great for entertaining, raising families, and retiring and currently are valued in the $700K to nearly $1M range depending on the model and degree of renovation.
Even the Washington Post knows how unique our neighborhood is, featuring the Shouse Village Community in their 2017 Real Estate Section and their 2012 Real Estate Section.