Hayfield Farms Community Association II v. Board of Supervisors of Fairfax County Results in $1,857,920 Settlement

The big question in this case was how to value a homeowners association’s open space which could not be further developed due to restrictions in the zoning approvals. The County argued the land had little to no value because it was not marketable. In what appears to be a first nationwide, Paul successfully argued that the open space added value to every home in the neighborhood and that there was a market for park land and playing fields.


The original offer was $106,000.

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