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Villas at Five Forks in Williamsburg, VA

3original The Villas at Five Forks is a quaint village of just 90 homes offering the finest in upscale condominium living. The award winning homes are designed to offer residents quality, single story living with a variety of condominium services. There are four models available that offer two or three bedrooms. All feature a two car garage as well as a garden patio or veranda. Pricing  starts in the low $290’s.

 

villasatfiveforks Within the neighborhood will be  a heated pool and community center with a fitness room. Services provided with home ownership include lawn mowing, fertilization and weed control, landscape maintenance, snow removal ( if it ever snows) and exterior building maintenance.

Located in the heart of the Historic Triangle of Jamestown, Williamsburg and Yorktown it is right down the road from New Town and within walking distance to grocery stores, restaurants, shops ,banks, etc. The James and Chickahominy rivers are close by as is the award winning Williamsburg National Golf Course.

villasfiveforkswilliamsburg This upscale community will offer a quaint , village atmosphere with tree lined streets, green spaces with colorful flowers, sidewalks,park benches, lush green lawns and walking trail.

 

Search homes for sale at The Villas at Five Forks in Williamsburg , Virginia

 

Home Models available at the Villas at Five Forks include :

The Canterbury

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Canterbury Details: Single Story, 1860 SF living area, 2 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, Den, Veranda, Two Pantry Closets, Laundry Room, Storage Room, Optional Garden Patio, Attached 2-car garage, Vaulted Ceilings in living room.

And the Abbey

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Abbey Details: Single Story, 1720 Square feet, 2 Master Bedrooms, 2 Baths
Veranda, Two Pantry Closets, Laundry Room, Storage Room, Attached 2-car garage, Vaulted Ceilings in living room.

 

Site plan for The Villas at Five  Forks

 

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Location Map of The Villas at Five Forks in Williamsburg, VA

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5 Responses

  1. I have looked at Villas at Five Forks in Williamsburg; I would like to know what is included in the base price. I am working with a realtor; please advise cost of all hardwood floors (that is 100%), corian countertops, stainless appliances incl electric smooth top stove; central vac; what is the lighting allowance? is it possible to build with no tub in master? thanks Kathy McGee

    • Kathleen ,
      I would be happy to answer your questions but you already have a Realtor. I would suggest he/ she cotact the builder directly. Why isn’t your current Realtor asking the questions and getting you the answers ?

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