We are excited to announce that EYA's newest neighborhood, Sutton Heights, is opening for pre-construction sales later this month. Located in the City of Fairfax, VA, this new community will feature 50 modern townhomes designed to offer luxury living close to your favorite local destinations.
To learn more, join us for a VIP virtual preview event on Wednesday, November 10th at 7 PM. This informational event will be your first opportunity to learn more about this distinctive new neighborhood, home design and floorplans, pricing on available homes, and more. By attending the event, you will also be given priority access to schedule a one-on-one appointment to purchase a home.
Secure your spot & register for the event to receive event details, follow-up event materials, & more
At this virtual event, you'll be among the first to:
Preview plans for the newest EYA neighborhood opening for sales in the City of Fairfax, VA
View detailed floorplans, pricing, and home availability
Schedule one of the first available appointments to purchase your new home and get answers to all your questions
Hear about exclusive sales incentives available only to VIP event attendees
In addition, you'll also receive a link to view all the materials discussed during the event, the full presentation to review at your leisure, and more.
We look forward to connecting with you then!
To reserve your spot at the virtual VIP event and learn more, click here.
Priced from the upper $700s, the townhomes at Sutton Heights will offer 3-5 bedrooms, spacious open floorplans, 2-car garage parking, and the option to select distinctive features such as a private elevator and rear yard (per plan), as well as a loft level with rooftop terrace for additional outdoor living space.
The community is just moments to shopping, dining, and entertainment. Favorite local destinations such as Mosaic District and Tysons Corner are just a short drive and the Vienna Metro station provides easy access to downtown DC and beyond.
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