It’s your time to shine!Your time to start doing all the things you’ve been waiting for, go on all the adventures you’ve been dreaming of, and have the perfect community to call home.
And that’s why we built Cascades at Embrey Mill, our 55+ active adult section, to celebrate all the wonderful things you can do now that you’re old enough!It also provides a wonderful location that champions your active lifestyle today and tomorrow: your active adult forever home!
But what makes our new-construction homes so perfect for 55+ active adults?Let’s take a look inside and out!
Pumpkins are getting ready to split their seams into smiley-faced grins. Costumes are being put together. Large bags of candy are stockpiled, and big bowls are being found.And the crunchy sound of the wind through autumn leaves heralds the spooky time to come: Halloween is almost here!
But what to do when Halloween returns? Where to go and what to see? Fear not, trick-or-treaters, we have found some fun and spooky Halloween events near Embrey Mill.
It’s that time of year again: The pools are open! But with great summer fun comes great summer responsibility. Let’s dive into (see what we did there?) some pool safety tips that will make sure everyone stays safe, and then outline a few of our favorite pool games!
Valentine’s Day is coming. For some, that means buying chocolates and flowers and planning a meal at a fancy restaurant. They will show your intended that you thought of Valentine’s Day but didn’t really think enough about it to plan something truly memorable. We’re here to help...
With homeschooling on the horizon for parents as we move to schools reopening for the 2020 school year, we wanted to put together a list of our favorite resources and insights on how to best manage working, parenting, and homeschooling while balancing the new lifestyle COVID-19 has pushed upon us.
Earth Day is an annual event that started on April 22, 1970 to celebrate the planet’s environment and raise public awareness. Earth Day has turned into a worldwide celebration with rallies, conferences and outdoor activities and service projects.
Virginia’s Blue Ridge and Allegheny Mountains are home to four ski resorts that offer downhill skiing, snowboarding and snow tubing. Fortunately, for our residents they are all just a day trip away from Embrey Mill.
Do you need a little less stress and a little more magic in your holiday? If so, look no further than Busch Gardens Christmas Town in Williamsburg, Virginia. It’s a place full of Christmas magic, so close to home.
S.E.R.V.E. began the mission of helping Stafford County families in emergency need in 1979, This was when a devoted Social Worker and three local Pastors came together to form Stafford Emergency Relief through Volunteer Efforts affectionately known as S.E.R.V.E.
The Knight family cemetery is located on the farm formerly owned by the Knights and later, by Jackson Musselman, son-in-law to Lewis Knight. The cemetery contains several graves; however, only two are inscribed.
If you’ve been to Dogwood Dog Park in Phase 1, you’ve probably noticed the fenced-in area immediately to the right of the entrance. This is our community garden, made exclusively for the use of residents living in Embrey Mill.
Commuting to work (especially if you live in the Stafford area but work in D.C., Fairfax, or Woodbridge) can be a huge money and time saver. It can also be a great way to make friends and lessen the impact on the environment.
As things heat up at the local high schools, it should be noted that two prominent schools – Colonial Forge and North Stafford – have a long-standing sports rivalry that, once again, will be in full swing.
With Embrey Mill being centrally located near Washington DC and several military bases we understand what it is like to have so many of our loved ones, neighbors and friends, fighting for our freedom. Lighting our front porch green is a small token to show our gratitude.
Every year Embrey Mill’s HOA holds a family focused Fall Festival. Imagine Super Hero’s, Jedi, and Power Rangers taking over Embrey Field as they come to play games and compete for the best costume prize.
We are very excited to see this project get under way, as this change will benefit everyone living at Embrey Mill by reducing traffic jams and by providing faster commuting times. This is a great development for Stafford County and we are so pleased that they will be beginning construction soon!
Here at Embrey Mill we are proud to say that we have total “Walkability” in our neighborhood. Our goal at Embrey Mill was for you to come home, park your car and leave the busy lifestyle behind you as your enjoy all the community has to offer.
It’s time to chill out and enjoy the 2nd Annual Embrey Mill Chili Cook-Off as an Embrey Mill resident. This is a family fun event where everyone can enjoy the afternoon in Festival Park flying kites, throwing Frisbees, tossing the ball and just Chill-ing.
With the hazy, lazy days of summer fastly approaching, as well as the opening of the Embrey Mill pool on Saturday, May 27, now is a great time to review some swimming safety tips to keep our littlest swimmer’s safe while enjoying all the pool has to offer.
On Friday May 19th, the Goodrich family was presented the key to their new mortgage free home. "It's just beyond anything we ever could have imagined," said his wife Jacqueline Goodrich. "It's not just a home; it's peace of mind."
On February 13 U.S. Army Sgt Michael Goodrich and his family toured their future home. The Goodrich family was awarded this beautiful custom built home by the “Operation Finally Home” program. Sgt. Goodrich was injured in Afghanistan on his second deployment.
Located in the heart of Stafford; off Route 1 and Coal Landing Road, Government Island offers a bit of history combined with scenic trails. As a designated site on the Potomac Heritage National Scenic Trail this site offers easy walking trails for all ages, including dogs.
On Monday, November 14, 2016. The Goodrich family, Army Sgt. Timothy Goodrich, his wife Jacqueline, daughter Lucy, 8, son Tag, 4, and service dog Maci, were welcomed by a crowd of Embrey Mill residents, Stafford County officials, and representatives of both Newland Communities and all of the builders at Embrey Mill.