The resurrected event event end this Sunday October 3, 2010.
Six homes are showcased at Patriots Landing, a East West Communities development in New Kent County, VA.
Sep 18 – Oct 3 at Patriots Landing, New Kent County
Homemades by Suzanne at Homearama – homemade lunches,
Hometown Hero Day, October 2, 12-9 pm — Sponsored by Dominion Virginia Power.
A handful of local builders are participating at Patriots Landing including Main Street Homes, Lifestyle Builders and Developers, Ryan Homes, Southern Traditions, Youngblood Properties and Colonial Homecrafters.
Chesterfield County-based Main Street Homes is building a 3,000-square-foot home at Homearama that will be priced around $390,000.
The homes that will be showcased at Homearama are smaller than the first phase of construction a few years ago.
The six homes are all under construction, and the goal is to have them sold by the time Homearama comes around.
Find out more here
East West Partners started the Patriots Landing development in 2007, just before the home market hit a deep freeze. The first phase of that project included all high-end lake front homes.
In the three years since, East West has sold about 100 homes at Patriots landing, about one sixth of the planned capacity at the 254-acre site.
You really can have it all at Patriots Landing—an outstanding community of new homes, custom waterfront homes and wooded lots that blend an incredible array of homes and unique recreational opportunities with cherished privacy and a true sense of connection to neighbors in a style reminiscent of a traditional Richmond home community.
Patriots Landing is Conveniently located in New Kent County, off of Interstate 64, just east of Interstate 295 near Quinton and Bottoms Bridge, this New Kent planned community allows you to enjoy an easy, toll-free drive to work, shopping, dining and more in Richmond or Williamsburg.
The community of Patriots Landing is anchored by a Resident’s Club and pool complex on a lake—providing centralized gathering places and a variety of outlets for fun. The clubhouse has soaring two-story ceilings, fireplace, seating areas and game tables, small kitchen, offices and a meeting room. The club will host events and functions all year round for residents of all ages.
The outdoor living space features wrap-around covered porches on all four sides, a bocce court, year-round putting green, fire pit, and a pool complex with zero entry feature.
“We built the club on our best site…..right on Lake Washington, so everyone in the community could enjoy the beautiful views and tranquility of the lake,” said Chris Corrada, project manager of Patriots Landing. “The club overlooks our fishing dock and the paved walking trails that wind throughout the community.”
An activities director keeps the community activities calendar packed with events for everyone
Patriots Landing was thoughtfully designed to ensure privacy, while offering countless opportunities to connect with other neighbors in this New Kent home community. The quiet, winding streets are surrounded by forests in one of the oldest counties of Virginia.
The neighborhood amenities also include:
- Boating and fishing in four pristine lakes
- Miles of trails and sidewalks
- Neighborhood parks
- A bocce court, putting green, playground, and more
- Over 80 acres of undeveloped open space and woods
- 36 acres of water in four community lakes
- The 18-Hole Brookwoods Golf Course is adjacent to the community
- Nearby grocery store is accessible by neighborhood trails.
Patriots Landing Site-plan
DIRECTIONS / Map
Directions from Richmond: I-64 East to Bottom’s Bridge (Exit 205). Bear right off exit ramp and turn left onto Rt. 60. Go 1/2 mile, past the townhomes and Bloom grocery, to the Main Entrance into Patriots Landing (your third left turn).
Directions from Williamsburg: I-64 West to Bottom’s Bridge (Exit 205). Go left off exit and turn left onto Rt. 60. Go 1/2 mile, past the townhomes and Bloom grocery, to the Main Entrance into Patriots Landing (your third left turn).
|About the Developer
East West Communities has been developing award-winning communities and resorts in seven states across America for over 35 years.
The first community developed by them in 1976 was Brandermill home to 4,400 families and named the “Best Planned Community in America” in 1977 by Better Homes and Gardens Magazine and the National Association of Homebuilders.
East West expanded into the Hampton Roads region of Virginia with the Gatling Pointe community near Smithfield, The Riverfront in Suffolk, Eagle Harbor and Founders Pointe, both in Isle of Wight County, Riverwatch which borders the Piankatank River in Gloucester, Virginia and the latest community Liberty Ridge, in Williamsburg VA
Photos from the neighborhood