Salamander Resort & Spa in Middleburg and South Street Partners have announced plans to begin selling new residences on the Salamander property.
Forty-nine built-for-sale homes will be available on the Forbes Five-Star property at prices starting at $1.965 million, according to company representatives.
Owned by business leader Sheila Johnson, Salamander Resort & Spa is situated on 340 acres in the heart of Middleburg. The grounds include miles of hiking and biking trails, indoor and outdoor pools, a zip-line course, tennis courts, a putting green and more.
Salamander representatives said Sept. 24 the new homes will be offered in two neighborhoods known as The Stables and The Vineyards on sites ranging from 0.4 acres to 1.3 acres and ranging from 3,500 to 5,500 square feet of living space.
Finishes include French Oak flooring, quartzite and black slate countertops, upgraded tiling, high ceilings, expansive windows and a master chef’s appliance suite. The design also integrates the outdoor and indoor living spaces.
Residents will have the opportunity to use the services at Salamander, including the 24-hour concierge service, room service, overnight accommodation preferred rates and member discounts on Salamander’s dining, spa and other resort activities.
“When I first imagined Salamander Resort & Spa, I drew upon the authentic architecture of my own nearby horse farm for inspiration,” Johnson said in a prepared statement. “My intent was to create a residential community that fully connected with the vibrant life of the resort, and I’m thrilled to find a real estate development partner like South Street which shares my passion for excellence. Salamander is my vision brought to life and I’m excited to now share it with others.”
Johnson is the only African American woman to own a Forbes Five-Star resort and have ownership in three professional sports team (Washington’s Capitals, Wizards and Mystics).
— Times-Mirror Staff