What I continue to appreciate most about Brambleton is the very thing that captured my attention the first time I visited here over 10 years ago: its serene landscape and plentiful and varied vegetation that not only attracts wildlife in the appropriate places, but places boundaries from the hustle and bustle of vehicular traffic.
Hardly a day goes by that I don’t consciously marvel over the beauty of my surroundings or watch animals like our resident Blue Heron in flight, and that brings me joy. Residents pride themselves on making their mark with exquisite new additions, remodeling, and “master gardener” like retreats, echoing the foundations of our developer’s vision to make Brambleton more than just a place, but a home to so many. Brambleton is quiet, safe, and clean, which gives us that “small town in a big city” feel my family adores.
The creation of a mini city is no small feat; Brambleton is a still considered a relatively new neighborhood, with so many families who are transplants from other cities, states, and countries, which often makes it easier for an “outsider” to move in and acclimate. Within 10 minutes in several directions is a wide variety of shopping and entertainment, sports and outdoor recreation. Being near the outskirts of Washington DC also puts us within easy driving range of both larger and smaller towns alike that have their own unique character. Brambleton has become more centralized, thus enabling closeness to all of these exciting places.
For this seven-year resident Brambletonian, the future looks bright. The cohesiveness of our community continues to strengthen and grow, fostering a closeness among neighbors where help and care are our signature strengths and are evident to all who live and visit here. Love where you live… Brambleton!
-Pamela Keegan, Brambleton Community Association Covenants Committee Member