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Settlers Mill Neighborhood Spotlight- Williamsburg VA

settlers mill williamsburg vaFirst developed in 1989 as a close knit community of homes, Settlers Mill has evolved into one of Williamsburg, Virginia’s most desirable neighborhoods. Many of the original homeowners still reside in the community rich with a history of neighbor volunteerism and social activities for residents of all ages.

The community is conveniently located within easy driving distance to Richmond or the rest of Hampton Roads VA. Set on 156 acres, Settlers Mill is nestled between Jamestown Road and Ironbound Road just a few miles from the Jamestown / Scotland Ferry and Jamestown Settlement. There are a total of approximately 200 homes within the neighborhood. Homes range in size from 2000 square feet to almost 5000 square feet with an average size of 3200 square feet.. Two Story homes are predominant  although many ranches were built as well. A few of the homes were built with basements..

Homes in Settlers Mill were built by some of Williamsburg VA’s finest builders including Wayne Harbin ( the primary builder) Gordon Berryman, Mickey Simpson Builders and others.

Community amenities at Settlers Mill include a pool, clubhouse with picnic pavilion, a playground and tennis courts. An active social committee offers events both for adults and kids.

In looking at sales history for the last 12 months in Settlers Mill ( August 2010) there were a total of six homes sold with prices ranging from $365k-$535k. The average days on market for those homes was 143 days and the average size of the homes sold was 3278 square feet.

Currently there are 3 homes for sale ranging from $399k to $459k and one under contract.

You can explore other neighborhoods in Williamsburg/ James City County/ York County VA here.

 

Search all current homes for sale in Settlers Mill

( WAAR Williamsburg VA MLS)

    August 2010

Settlers Mill Homeowners Website

Williamsburg/ James City County Schools for Settlers Mill 2010-2011

Clara Byrd Baker Elementary

Berkeley Middle

Jamestown High

 

Price per square foot history in Settlers Mill Williamsburg VA
2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
$122 $131 $154 $163 $153 $156 $135

Location Map for Settlers Mill Neighborhood in

Williamsburg VA

 

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5395This post was authored by local resident and REALTOR, John Womeldorf.  John is known around town as Mr. Williamsburg, for both his extensive knowledge of Hampton Roads and 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 and Hampton Roads, with the hopes of selling a house now and again.  You can reach him at 757.254.8136 or John@MrWilliamsburg.com.

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