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Homerama 2012 In Chesapeake VA

Homearama, the  TBA (Tidewater Builders Association's) semiannual showcase of new homes, will be held in May 2012 at the Culpepper Landing community in Chesapeake, Virginia.Homearama, the  TBA (Tidewater Builders Association’s) semiannual showcase of new homes, will be held in May 2012 at the Culpepper Landing community in Chesapeake, Virginia.

Culpepper Landing previously hosted the Fall 2009 Homearama and featured 12 homes, ranging in price from about $350,000 to more than $500,000.

view all homes for sale in this neighborhoodSince then, the community has grown and now includes row houses, a clubhouse that’s home to an Olympic size pool and work out facility.  The community also features 150 acres of conservation area adjacent to the Great Dismal Swamp.
Lot prices range from $100,000 to $125,000.  The event is tentatively scheduled for May 2012 and is expected to feature 10 to 15 homes

Cottage plan, Vintage Homes, Culpepper LandingSales have been steady at Culpepper Landing in 2011 with 22 detached home sales in the last 12 months and four under contract. Prices have ranged from $490k to $314k. Townhome/ row houses at Culpepper landing totaled four in 2011 with those priced ranging from $268k to $275k for 2073 square foot row homes.

Directions:

Take I-64 to Chesapeake. Take the Rt 17 South, Deep Creek exit (Exit 296B). At second stop light continue straight, you will be on Mill Creek Parkway. Stay on Mill Creek Parkway through the Mill Creek Development. Upon reaching Culpepper Landing follow signs for Homearama parking. The site is approximately 2 miles from I-64.

Location map for Culpepper Landing, Chesapeake VA

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