Brookside is a smaller subdivision in Warrenton off of Riley Rd between Rt. 15, Rt. 29, and Dumfries Rd. Brookside is a very new subdivision, still currently built as of the date of this post, and you can keep up with news on the development of Brookside here.
Planned developments for Brookside include the building of homes to back to lakes within the subdivision such as Lake Brittle, Lake Anne, and Lake Welsey; installation of a park and walking trails; and the addition of swimming pools, tennis courts, a baseball field, and a soccer field. The surrounding area is anticipated to see commercial development like shopping centers and grocery stores. HOA dues in Brookside go towards trash and recycling, road maintenance and snow removal, maintenance of common areas, and will go towards the maintenance of the amenities to be built.
Nearby is Vint Hill Farms which is an area in Fauquier county that is known for it historical and cultural relevance. The Friends of Vint Hill Farms (the non-profit group in charge of Vint Hill Farms) look for green ways to keep Vint Hill Farms culturally, historically, environmentally, and economically responsible. The Friends of Vint Hill Farms detail their plans for the areas as well as describe what is currently available for homeowners here.
10-15 minutes away on rt. 29 is the town of Gainesville which is undergoing lots of development itself.