Rose Hill Reserve
About the Project
Rose Hill Reserve is a 45 lot cluster development on 25 acres in Alexandria, Virginia. This project was initially designed in 1962 by Creighton Homes but due to a recession at that time, the project was abandoned after clearing and excavation. The disturbed parcel then experienced several landslides resulting in the first ever initiation of land condemnation action by Fairfax County. The project was purchased in 2005 with a focus on remediation and sustainability. The site was stabilized utilizing state of the art earth retention and stabilization techniques. Currently the site is developed into an enclave of distinctive 45 single-family homes.