We're excited to announce that our brand new, beautifully furnished Cypress model home will open for private tours by appointment beginning on Saturday, February 13th! Schedule your tour to be among the first to visit the new model home and learn more about this walkable new neighborhood in Potomac, MD.
The Cypress floorplan offers 3-4 bedrooms, open living design, optional private elevator, loft level with rooftop terrace, recreation room and 2-car garage parking. Click here to view the floorplan and take a virtual walk-through of the home. The Cypress is priced from $1,185,000 with the option to add a private elevator and more.
Ideally situated between the newly revitalized retail of Cabin John Village and the adjacent Cabin John Regional Park, this new neighborhood will include 48 distinctive townhomes. Truly offering the best of life within walking distance®, the townhomes are just steps away from shopping and dining on one side, and endless recreational activities on the other.
At EYA, our priority is the health, well-being, and safety of our team, homeowners, neighbors, and community. This is why we are only open by appointment and all tours must be scheduled to ensure safe social distancing practices are in order.
All visitors will be required to wear a face covering throughout the duration of the appointment, as will all EYA team members. Gloves will be provided and no food or drink will be permitted inside the homes.
The full safety guidelines will be sent prior to each appointment. Click here to learn more about EYA's safety protocols.
What does a low maintenance, lock-and-go lifestyle mean? For our EYA homeowners, it means having more time to do the things you love. If you dream of being able to walk out your door to shops, restaurants and entertainment, doing less yard work and having less home maintenance, then discover how living in a lock-and-go home could transform your life. Watch this video to hear from EYA homeowners about what a lock-and-go lifestyle means to them.
“Winter is coming” means something a little different this year. While we aren’t battling the night king, many of us are anxiously anticipating shorter, colder days as we continue to work, go to school, and quarantine at home. Spending more time than ever in our homes starts to look a bit different as the sun sets earlier and the temperatures drop. The changing season is a reminder of how staying safe and healthy has been at the top of our minds during these unprecedented COVID-19 times. As the temperatures shift, we look forward to refocusing and refreshing our mindsets to stay healthy, happy, fulfilled, and active throughout the winter season.
Patrick Foley moved to Michigan Park in 2001, lured by the Northeast DC neighborhood’s safety, quiet and green space. “It had such a nice feel to it – lots of large trees on the streets – you didn’t feel like you were in a city,” says Foley. “I’m from Brooklyn – this is like living in the country for me!”