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Carriage Homes @ Williamsburg Commons- Community Spotlight

Entrance to the carriage homesThe Carriage Homes at Williamsburg Commons is a lovely community of 156 carriage homes at the end of Commons Way off of Route 60 By-Pass Road in York County > This hidden community is nestled against the city limits of Williamsburg. 

Carriage Homes won the York County Beautification Award for 2007.  It has a beautiful entrance wall and wide pear tree and crape myrtle lined streets.  It is an easy walk or drive to the College of William and Mary and Colonial Williamsburg.  Many consider it one of the best kept secrets in the Williamsburg, VA area.

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All of the homes offer first floor living with master bedrooms on the first floor as well as living, dining, kitchen. Some of the models offer lofts on the second floor or a loft plus a bedroom and additional bath. Making for a nice guest suite for out of town guests. The soaring cathedral ceilings make them feel much more spacious than they are.

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In addition to offering nearly 2,000 square feet of living space, quite a few of the Carriage Homes offer  scenic wooded views and beautiful natural landscapes. The Carriage Homes at Williamsburg Commons are the perfect answer for the traveling RV enthusiast with it’s secure location to park recreational vehicles.

The builder (Williamsburg Homes ) offered four different models with  various elevations. Houses are built as duplexes

search homes in this neighborhood in hampton roads or williamsburgAll of the  models have security systems, large eat-in kitchens and one car garages. All but the Randolph have first-floor master suites. Homes were custom built to buyer specifications with options that included : screened porches, sunrooms, walk-out basements, wet bars, bookcases and shelves, custom baths, extended garages, crawl space or solid foundation, workshop rec room and decks with hot tubs.

Patios were standard on flat lots and decks were standard on rolling lots. Covered private entries and gas log fireplaces in the family rooms were also standard.

Models offered included the Randolph with three bedrooms and 2 1/2 bathrooms. It features a foyer, patio, laundry room and optional entertainment center. The second-floor master suite also has a large walk-in closet. The formal living room is open to the second floor.

067The Henry was another popular three-bedroom, three-bath model. The master suite and second bedroom are both on the first floor, along with a linen closet and optional laundry area. The dining room and great room, with fireplace and optional built-in shelves, are open to the second floor. The second floor featured a third full bath, open loft area and third bedroom with a walk-in closet with an entrance to the attic.

Activity groups within the community  range from a Stitching Sisters Group: For those who just love to knit, crochet, cross-stitch, quilt, or sew.a  Book Club, Annual neighborhood Picnics and more. An active Social Committee organizes and conducts social activities of interest to the residents of the Carriage Homes community.

 

Fast Facts Carriage Homes at Williamsburg Commons

  • Neighborhood: Carriage Homes at Williamsburg Commons
  • Nearest Major Intersection: Bypass Rd and Commons Way
  • Gated: No
  • Clubhouse: No
  • How Many Homes: Approximately 156 attached duplexes.
  • Size Range: Townhome/ Villas in this neighborhood are between  1700-2900 square feet. ( Most are around 1900
  • Pedestrian-Friendly: Yes, very.
  • Amenities:  RV Storage Lot
  • Nearest Grocery Store: Trader Joes, Fresh Market,  Martins, , Food Lion are all very close.
  • Favorite Neighborhood Feature: Low HOA fee,  Close to everything, cut across the railroad tracks to library, Colonial Williamsburg and more.
  • HOA fees are only $70 monthly.
  • Lawn Maintenance: Included
  • York County Schools
  • Elem Waller Mill (Magnet School)
  • Middle-Queens Lake 
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  • Taxes: Average: $1600 annual  on a home valued at $240k ( a super low rate of $0.6575 per $100 assessed value) one of the lowest in the area. This will be going up in 2013
  • HOA Management : United Property Associated 757 345 5383
  • Directions: Turn off Bypass Rd at the Cracker Barrel restaurant onto Commons Way. The road ends in Williamsburg Commons.view all homes for sale in this neighborhood

Best%20Places%20to%20Live Keep Looking -If you like the Carriage Homes at Williamsburg Commons you might also like Villages at Powhatan, Colonial Heritage, The Settlement, Foxfield Townhomes, Fairway Villas, Braemar Creek,  The Mews, Longhill Gate, or many others. Search neighborhood Spotlights here

Talk Back- Do you live in the Carriage Homes at Williamsburg Commons ? We would love to hear your thoughts on living there both good and bad. Please share in the comment field below.

01graycmaHouse Value-Want to get an idea of what your Carriage Home at Williamsburg Commons might sell for ? Want to discuss our “No Surprises” Program ? Fill out the form here and we’ll get back to you ASAP.

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If you have any questions and/or would like to view homes for sale  in The Carriage Homes at Williamsburg Commons or other communities in greater Williamsburg or Hampton Roads, I am here to help. Contact me at 757.254.8136 or John@MrWilliamsburg.com 

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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.

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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