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Road not “residential” under restrictive covenant (access required)

A Northern Virginia developer tried a creative way to get access to a landlocked 50-acre tract near the Occoquan River. The wife of the developer bought one of the homes in Riverview Estates, the subdivision next to the tract in Prince William County, with the idea of tearing down the house and building a road across ...

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