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  • psst … I’m a Realtor! Thanks for stopping by my website. I would love to help you find your dream home and community in the Hampton Roads or Williamsburg area or to sell your existing home. This website is 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, WilliamsburgsRealEstate.com and Mr Williamsburg.com were created as a resource for folks who are exploring a move to Williamsburg, VA , Hampton Roads VA and the surrounding areas of the Virginia Peninsula. On his website you can search homes for sale , foreclosures, 55+ active adult communities, condos and town homes , land and commercial property for sale in Williamsburg, Yorktown, New Kent, Poquoson, and Gloucester, VA as well as surrounding markets of Carrolton, Chesapeake,Gloucester, Hampton, Isle of Wight, Portsmouth Mathews, Newport News Norfolk, Poquoson, Smithfield, , Suffolk, Surry, Va Beach, Yorktown and York County Virginia You can reach John by email John@MrWilliamsburg.com or phone @ 757-254-813
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Dockside Condos- A Waterfront Condo Community In Gloucester VA

dockside condos aerial viewAre you a boater looking for a low cost waterfront home in the  Gloucester VA area ? Dockside Condos in Gloucester VA could be the answer. With recent sale prices under  $200k for townhome style condos this is one of the most affordable waterfront opportunities around. With a very low turnover rate its not often you see condos sold in the neighborhood. Most homeowners prefer to stay put since this is their dream location. On the water, low cost, low taxes, close proximity to Gloucester, Williamsburg and Newport News.

Dockside condominiums are  view all homes for sale in this neighborhoodGloucester county’s only waterfront condominiums. Community amenities include deeded deep water docks, swimming pool, tennis courts, and available separate storage units, community garden plot .

 

condos at dockside condos in gloucester vaDockside Condos offers 2 & 3 bedroom condos located near Hayes in Gloucester Virginia  overlooking the beautiful Sarah’s Creek  Dockside Condos were built in the mid to late 1980’s  and offer expansive 2-story floor plans with square footages search waterfront homes for sale in hampton roads and williamsburg varanging from 1056 to 1700 +.. Priced from the $200’’s, .Some of the condos offer deeded deep water boat slips. 

This is the perfect year round or weekend retreat.  Peaceful Sarah’s Creek views, Most of the units are two bedroom 2 bath , there were a few three bedroom condos built. Construction started in 1983 and finished in 1987.

The popular Rivers Inn restaurant is only a five minute boat or car ride away.

 

Dockside Condos –Fast Facts

  • Neighborhood: Dockside Condos-Gloucester VA
  • Nearest Major Intersection:  RT 17 &  Tidemill Rd
  • Gated: No
  • Clubhouse: No
  • How Many Homes: Dockside condos has approximately 78 condos
  • Size Range: Condos in this neighborhood are between 1056-1700 square feet.
  • Pedestrian-Friendly: Yes, very.
  • Amenities:  Deeded deep water boat docks, swimming pool, tennis courts, and available separate storage units, community garden plot
  • Nearest Grocery Store: Farm Fresh, Food Lion are both very close.
  • Favorite Neighborhood Feature:  Only area condos with piers 
  • HOA fees are only $280 monthly.
  • Lawn Maintenance: Included
  • view all homes for sale in this neighborhood
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  • Taxes: Average: $1060 annual ( a super low rate of $0.58 per $100 assessed value) one of the lowest in the area.
    Dockside Condos Community Website
  • HOA Management Contact Gina Combs.  Chesapeake Bay Management, Inc. PHONE: 757-534-7751
  • Directions: 17 N TO RIGHT ON TIDEMILL RD. TO RIGHT ON 1228 TO RIGHT ON SUNSET DR. 1ST. RIGHT

 

Location map Dockside Condos, Gloucester va
Location map Dockside Condos, Gloucester va

Other nearby attractions include :

  • Gloucester Point Beach: Gloucester Point Beach Park is located on the bank of the York River near where it flows into the Chesapeake Bay. The park offers a large, shady, and grassy area with picnic areas and a shelter. The swimming area and sandy beach are perfect for enjoying the beauty of the Bay while sunbathing, wading, or building sand castles. The park has bathrooms, a picnic shelter, grills, sandy beach, fishing pier, boat ramps and a seasonal concession stand.
  • Historic Gloucester Village.  It’s a colonial era small town get-away from the average tourist destination.  The shops, restaurants, historical sites, parks and annual events are sure to satisfy the entire family. Shop & Dine on Main Street:  From fine wine to boutique fashions, Main Street has it all.  Restaurant options range from family style, seafood to ethnic choices.  Shop for unique gifts, women’s and children’s fashions and explore local art.
  • Beaverdam Park:  Beaverdam Park offers the only public freshwater fishing on the Middle Peninsula. Jon boats & canoes can be rented or bring your boat with electric motor to one of the boat ramps. The 635 acres of water offers great fishing & paddling. Virginia fishing licenses available at the Ranger Station. Take a walk on the beautiful nature trail or enjoy miles of multi-use trail (for hikers, bikers & horseback riders). If you are looking for a new workout stop by the exercise trail. The park has two shelters, a lodge & amphitheater to fill your reunion, party or meeting needs. Programs on owls, snakes, night canoeing and more for youth, adults & families are scheduled throughout the year. 
  • Rosewell Ruins:  One of colonial America’s grandest mansions, Rosewell was built 1725-1738 and gutted by fire in 1916. Four massive chimneys, one wall, and a vaulted cellar are now silent witnesses to history. Stabilized, but not rebuilt, Rosewell allows visitors to inspect 18th-century brickwork from a perspective that no intact building can offer. The Rosewell mansion was the centerpiece of a 3000-acre plantation where slaves grew tobacco and grain. Countless artifacts now lie beneath its soil. While preservation and archaeology are ongoing, there are no plans to rebuild the mansion. It is left to the imagination to reconstruct it as known to Gov. John Page and his friend Thomas Jefferson.
     
  • Inn at Warner Hall:  Come experience the romance and history of the Inn at Warner Hall, located on the waterfront plantation created in 1642 by George Washington’s great-great grandfather. Plan your Virginia bed and breakfast vacation to this wonderfully restored mansion, one of the most elegant and historic country inns on the East Coast. Imagine your vacation, a wonderful wedding, a family reunion or business conference on this exquisite 38 acre Chesapeake Bay retreat. Come savor the peace and pleasures of country life and fine dining. Our luxurious Virginia waterfront accommodations include eleven guestrooms, beautifully furnished with a combination of period antiques.

bannerpsst … I’m a Realtor! Thanks for stopping by my website. I  would love to help you find your dream home and community in the Hampton Roads or Williamsburg areas of Virginia or to sell your existing home.

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 Williamsburg/ Hampton Roads area and  and his expertise in the local real estate market.

His websites, WilliamsburgsRealEstate.com and Mr Williamsburg.com were created as a resource for folks who are exploring a move to Williamsburg, VA , Hampton Roads VA and the  surrounding areas of the Virginia Peninsula.

Here you can search homes for sale , active adult communities, 55+ communities, condos and townhomes , foreclosures/ REOland, building lots, commercial property  in Williamsburg , Yorktown, New Kent, Gloucester, Poquoson as well as the surrounding areas of Hampton Roads, Virginia
You can reach John by phone at 757-254-8136 or email him atJohn@MrWilliamsburg.com

I look forward to serving your real estate needs!

Best,

John

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