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Governors Grove Neighborhood Spotlight- Williamsburg VA

DSCN2188_edited The Governors Grove community will feature townhome style condos with private entrances and versatile floor plans ranging in size from 1400 to 2600 square feet. Two to four bedrooms and the option of having up to four bathrooms will highlight these diverse model plans designed in this exceptional new community. Two-story units with front parking, and three-story models with single car garages will comprise the available plans at Governor’s Grove.

Prices as of Jan 2011 start at $199,000 and range to $232,000. Monthly HOA fees are $153 monthly and cover All Yard Maintenance; Common Area Maintenance; Exterior Building Maintenance, ; Garbage Removal; Limited Insurance; HOA Management; and eventual Pool Maintenance.

    Search Condos For Sale At Governors Grove

The Governors Grove Community amenities will eventually include playgrounds, recreation area and pool with a cabana building although construction has not started on the amenities yet.

image When complete the community  will contain approximately 132 condo/ town homes on 14 + acres.

Additionally the developer is currently seeking approval for a new free standing Rite Aid drugstore near the intersection of  John Tyler Highway and Ironbound Rd behind the Zooms .


Quickfacts:

Price Range:
Low $199s- $230s

New/Resale:
New only

Age Restriction:
No

Community Type:
Condo

Construction Dates:
2010 >

Community Advisor

Mr Williamsburg-Williamsburg VA Real Estate Expert

 

 

 

Hi, my name is John Womeldorf  (AKA Mr Williamsburg). I am a Williamsburg VA real estate agent.

Do you have a question about this community?

Would you like a brochure, floor plans, or listings of homes for sale in this community?

Send me an email and I will get back to you right away or fill out my New Home Update Form and I will keep you updated on new home communities and homes throughout the New Kent, Williamsburg and Hampton Roads VA areas.

Chesapeake Homes  is a new home builder in currently building homes in  Virginia Beach, Suffolk, Portsmouth, VA and Moyock, NC. Their current communities include , single family and townhomes at New Port at Victory, Cornerstone, Remington Park, Graystone Reserve, Parkside at Bennett’s Creek, Orchard at Glenwood, Nichols Park, Bluegrass Park, Woodland Park, Grove, Rosecrest, Highland Green, Belmont Park, Estates of Eagle Creek and Balmoral

 

map Location of Governors Grove at Five Forks Williamsburg, VA

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This post was authored by local resident and REALTOR, John Womeldorf.  John is known around town as Mr. Williamsburg, for both his extensive knowledge of the historic triangle, and his expertise in the local real estate market.  His websites, www.WilliamsburgsRealEstate.com and  www.mrwilliamsburg.com   were created as a comprehensive resource about living in Williamsburg, with the hopes of selling a house now and again.  You can reach him at 757.236.8136 or John@MrWilliamsburg.com
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One Response

  1. Thanks for writing about Governors Grove! We’ll keep you posted as we have more information on opening dates and pricing! Thanks so much John looks great!

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