Laurel Oaks is a subdivision of approximately 280 single family residences built by NV Homes (Annapolis, Chapel Hill, Harrington, Harrison, Kingsmill, McLean, Potomac, Raleigh models) and Realen Homes (Amberwood, Cypress, Devon, Essex, Gwynedd, Kent, Southport, Thornhill, Whitebriar, Winchester models) circa 1989.
The original builder's sales brochure listed the following models/sizes; Jamestown, 2,070 sqft.; Annapolis, 2,178 sqft.; McLean, 2,357 sqft.; Harrington, 2,339 sqft.; Chapel Hill, 2,322 sqft.; Raleigh, 2,550 sqft.; Belle Haven, 2,805 sqft.; Potomac, 2,961 sqft.; Kingsmill, 3,169 sqft. Homes were presented as 4-bedrooms, 2 1/2 to 3 1/2 baths on 1/3 to 2/3 acre lots.
Homes were marketed in two different phases called Summerfield and Springvale. Summerfield included homes on Laurel Oaks Drive, Oakwynne Terrace, Rugby Drive, Hillbrook Lane, Ithan Lane, Gunning Lane, Norsam Drive, and Fawnhill Road. Springvale included homes on Dilworth Lane, Knollbrook Drive, Crestmont Lane, Baldwin Lane, Atkinson Lane, Gunning Lane, and Pine Tree Terrace.
Access to the Laurel Oaks neighborhood is from Township Line Road onto Laurel Oaks Drive or Fawnhill Road; from Langhorne-Yardley Road onto Laurel Oaks Drive.
Atkinson Lane • Baldwin Lane • Crestmont Lane • Dilworth Lane • Fawnhill Road • Gunning Lane • Hillbrook Lane • Ithan Lane • Knollbrook Drive • Laurel Oaks Drive • Norsam Drive • Oakwynne Terrace • Pine Tree Terrace • Polo Drive • Rugby Drive
Models / Floorplans: Annapolis, Chapel Hill, Harrington, Harrison, Kingsmill, McLean, Potomac, Raleigh, Amberwood, Cypress, Devon, Essex, Gwynedd, Kent, Southport, Thornhill, Whitebriar, Winchester