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Warren Katz started his business Wrenn Associates, Inc. in 1960, coming to Reston in the early sixties when Robert Simon began his dream town of Reston, Virginia.  Mr. Katz concentrated his business on the Hemingway, Woodstock Cluster and Belcastle Court communities, designing and building high quality custom townhouses and single-family homes.  Belcastle homes have brick with cedar or Hardie cement siding exteriors with cedar shake or composite shake-like roofs and copper trim.

Plat Plan. Click Image To Enlarge  


House Styles 


BCCA Photos 

Association Startup      

The homes were constructed between the years of 1992 to 1994, the Association was incorporated in the Commonwealth of Virginia on January 27, 1992 and the initial Board of Directors established in June 1994. 

Deed of Dedication

Certificate of Incorporation

Deed of Subdivision

BCCA By Laws

Amended Rules & Regulations

Articles of Incorporation

Community Association Fundamentals

Community Association Living

Community Matters


Assessment / Dues:

Quarterly: due March 1st, June 1st, September 1st, and December 1st

The Belcastle Association’s accounting year is from 1 July – 30 June. 



Trash Pickup

Trash – Monday and Thursday

Recycling – Monday

We do not provide services on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas, and New Year’s Day or any other time the disposal facilities are closed.

Yard Debris (during yard waste season March 1st – December 24th) – Wednesday

Xmas tree pick up the first two Wednesdays in January

Services Provided

Recycling List


Snow Plowing Services

Snow plowing services begin after accumulation reaches a minimum of two (2) inches at Dulles weather station. Areas to be plowed include entrance, roadway, three guest parking areas, residential driveways, sidewalks and path to lake. With the exception of residential driveways, minimal amount of sand to be applied to entrance roadway, guest parking areas; path to lake and curb areas in front of mailboxes.

Lawn and Landscape Maintenance Program

Contracted services for BCCA landscape maintenance include grass cutting for both residential and common grounds, liming, core aeration and over seeding. Pre-emergent and broadleaf control twice a year, and application of early fall and late fall fertilizer. The contracted maintenance program also includes, spring clean up, spading, weeding and mulching of common areas, as well as broad leaf weed control, pruning, insect control of trees and shrubs, and planting of summer and fall entrance annuals. Leaf removal service for residential and common areas is provided three times during the fall/winter season.


Original Common Area Landscape Plan. Click Image To Enlarge