Old Mill is a wonderful community ideally located in Burke, Virginia, near the intersection of Old Keene Mill Road and Torrence Street. Our community is made up of 201 homes. Our area offers a superb mix of high quality residential areas, excellent public schools, convenient shopping centers, restaurants, athletic facilities, medical facilities and businesses.
Vibrant and Walkable
We have two shopping centers (Burke Town Plaza and Rolling Valley Mall) and two office centers (Rolling Valley Office Park and Rolling Valley Professional Center) in walking distance. These commercial areas provide convenient access to supermarkets, pharmacies, gyms, hairdressers, medical offices, banks, dry cleaning, retail stores and more. We can also walk to several restaurants, from fine dining to fast food and coffee/bubble tea. In addition, more business and services are a short drive away. Public transportation is available within walking distance at the Rolling Valley Park and Ride lot, just by the Rolling Valley Mall (METRO buses 18J and 18P ; Fairfax Connector 310) and other bus stops on nerby avenues. The Rolling Road Station and parking for Virginia Railway Express is a 6 minutes drive away, with commuter train service to Washington DC and Manassas VA, with several other stops in Virginia.
Old Mill is an active, family-friendly and pet-friendly neighborhood. Our community is very fortunate to be served by two of Virginia’s most prestigious schools. White Oaks Elementary School is within walking distances and there is a paved trail from our community to the elementary school. Middle and high school students can take the bus to Lake Braddock Secondary School at a convenient stop right by our community. We have a playground and a large grassy play area. We can also walk to the Pohick Regional Library and nearby Rolling Valley West Park, although please be please be mindful of the heavy traffic when crossing Old Keen Mill Road.
Nestled in Nature
Our community is adjacent to wooded areas and a creek that invite to ve explored. Deer, foxes, woodpeckers, and many other critters are frequent visitors to our common areas adjacent to the woods. Some of the natural areas are owed by our community, others are county property. A rugged trail gives alternative access to the boulevard (Shiplett) and neighborhoods to the north that have their own trails. You could hike most of Burke Village and its woods using Google to find were neighborhood trails start.
Covenants to Protect our Community
All owners in our community are members of the Old Mill Community Council (also know as the homeowners association, HOA, and often referred to as the association). As such, we are bound by our covenants and bylaws. Our community was carefully designed to reflect a traditional colonial atmosphere, in line with the rich history of Burke Village and Fairfax County. To that effect, Old Mill is an architecturally-controlled community, and any modifications to the exterior of a home or its landscaping must be approved in advance by our Architectural Committee.
Board & Committees
The operation of our homeowners association is governed by a board of volunteer directors. The Board of Directors is elected by the community to oversee the daily functions and financial responsibilities of the Association. The Board is also responsible for maintaining members’ compliance with the established covenants and bylaws of the Association. Please take the time to read through the Bylaws and Covenants documents you received during the home purchase process. Copies are available on this web site.
SFMC, Inc., AAMC® is our contracted property management company. Mr. Rob Hennessy is our manager and can be reached at 703-392-6006. They should be contacted for service issues on setting up accounts for HOA dues and for any questions regarding your annual homeowners’ dues assessment.