The family of recently deceased philanthropist and conservationist Magalen Bryant, long-time supporters of Windy Hill Foundation and its mission to provide safe, decent, and affordable housing, have offered the foundation 32 acres of land.
“We’re pleased to announce that the Bryant family has offered Windy Hill 32 acres of land just West of Middleburg,” said Bob Dale, Executive Director of Windy Hill Foundation. “This land will allow us to further our mission of providing affordable housing in Loudoun and Fauquier Counties. The exceptional generosity of the Bryant family is greatly appreciated and will improve the lives of many people in the years to come.”
Windy Hill Foundation is entering into a study period and participating in preliminary public information sessions hosted by the Town of Middleburg to determine the most appropriate use of the land. Mr. Dale noted, “We’ll be working closely with the Town of Middleburg, Loudoun County, neighbors, and community partners to gauge our ability to build architecturally- and environmentally appropriate housing at a scale that fits the Town’s comprehensive plan. Windy Hill is committed to keeping much of the land open and protected while filling a critical need for more affordable housing for those who work and live in the area.”
Windy Hill Foundation provides safe, decent, and affordable housing to low- and lower-income families and older adults in Loudoun and Fauquier Counties and encourages self-improvement and self-sufficiency among our residents. Details: Bob Dale, executive director, bob@