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Greensprings Plantation-Neighborhood Spotlight Williamsburg/ James City County VA

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A Master Planned Golf Community  Greensprings Plantation at Governros Ridge offers  a wide range of custom built resale homes. Conveniently located in James City County/Williamsburg,  Virginia. on the grounds of Named after and close by is the historic Green Spring Plantation. The site of Governor William Berkeley’s mansion and estate described by Lady Frances Berkeley in 1677 as "the finest seat in America & the only tollerable place for a Govenour .The community is built adjacent to and around the award winning Williamsburg National Golf Course where you can play 36 holes of golf on two different courses. ( special memberships are available to home owners)

Greensprings Plantation offers it’s residents scenic lakes, a swimming pool, tennis courts, playground and a beautiful clubhouse. An active homeowner association has many  social events throughout the year.

Detached homes offered in Greensprings Plantation offer a wide array of architectural styles  and  home choices. From 3 bedrooms to 5 bedroom models. Square footages range from 2000+ to over 5000 square feet.

20080808153113920559000000-o Located on approximately 375 acres, Greensprings Plantation has about 176 homes total.

Most homes were built between 1996 and 2000 by some of Williamsburg Virginia’s finest builders including  Wayne Harbin, Kar San,Richard Dobson, Curtis and Davis and others.. The monthly home owner fee in Greensprings Plantation  is $50 . The fee covers all common Area Maintenance ( entrances, playgrounds, park areas ),  Use of the  Pool, Clubhouse , Playground, Tennis and maintenance of those  facilities.

williamsburgnationalgolfYorktownhole4 From the chart below you will see that  sale prices in the last 12 months since Oct of 2009 ranged from$426,500 to $575,000. List prices as of today range from $399,500 to $599,000. The average days on market for  homes in Greensprings Plantation in the last 12 months was 163 days for the 5 homes that sold in the last 12 months. The average price per square foot on homes sold in Greensprings Plantation in the last 12 months was $146. Seven homes are currently for sale with one under contract. (Statistics from Williamsburg Area Association of Realtors  (WAAR) WMLS)

 

Current Williamsburg/ James City County Schools for The Greensprings Plantation Community are Matoaka Elementary, James Blair Middle and Jamestown High School
See School Statistics for these schools here

Click here to Search all homes for sale in Greensprings West and Greensprings Plantation

Click here to search all Williamsburg, James City, York County,New Kent , Gloucester homes for sale currently listed in the WMLS

Location Map of Greensprings Plantation Community in Williamsburg, VA

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