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Williamsburg VA Active Adult Communities Villas at Five Forks

 

  Villas At Five Forks

 

 

The Villas at Five Forks is Williamsburg Virginia’s newest 55 plus active adult community. Two home plans are currently offers at the Villas. The first is the The Abby at approx 1720 sq feet this home offers two bedrooms Canterburyand two baths. A two car garage is standard as well as  a patio or veranda. Villa homes are designed with grace, style and quality in mind. Standard appointments include a Mohawk ceramic tile entry, Fireside gas log fireplace, Merrillat’s beautiful crafted cabinetry, a fully-equipped kitchen with appliances by Kenmore, Moen lever faucets in kitchen and baths,raised panel doors, cathedral ceilings, walk in closets, breakfast bar, pantry, , gas heat, 13 seer furnace, and much more. Quality and value go hand-in-hand in our finely crafted homes with prices starting at $296,000

 

The other plan current offered at the Villas at Five Forks in Williamsburg VA is the Canterbury. Square footage is approx 1860. Featuring 3 bedrooms, 2 baths and a 2 car garage. Standard features include all of those offered with the Abey. Prices for the Abbey plan start around $310,000

All of the plans are one floor living

 

Gracious and spacious floor plans featured in Villa ranches incorporate all the elements you love about home but with a twist – everyday living and entertaining is simpler and easier. No more stairs !

 

Homeowners living in the Villas at Five Forks in Williamsburg Va have all of the following included in their homeowner association fees:

 

EntranceWater, Sewer, Trash Removal, Landscape maintenance, grass  mowing and edging, lawn fertilization and weed control, flower planting in select areas, common area lighting, exterior building maintenance, street, driveway maintenance and repair, operation of the heated swimming pool and community center, and some property insurance.

 

The current monthly fees range fom $218 to $236 monthly depending on the size of the home.

 

 The community clubhouse and pool is currently under construction. Opening is slated for next  year. The clubhouse will feature a full kitchen for parties, heated outdoor swimming pool, fitness center and much more.

Call or email John@MrWilliamsburg.com for more information or a private tour of this or any community in Williamsburg VA

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