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Top selling Williamsburg VA neighborhoods for 2012

Time for a little recap of 2012 for Williamsburg, Virginia  real estate. It’s always interesting to see which neighborhoods buyers were attracted to during their Williamsburg VA home search. Where were people buying homes in  Williamsburg/ James City County and Upper York County in 2012 ? Well, let’s find out.

Several new home neighborhoods in the area continued to sell well. Among them were White Hall, Colonial Heritage, New Town, Greensprings West , The Settlement at Powhatan Creek and  Marywood amongst others.

Note that a number of new homes are sold that aren’t reported to our MLS. I will post updates later in the year as soon as the tax records are updated.

If you want to compare to past years you can find the 2011 numbers here If you Want see the top selling neighborhoods in 2010 in Williamsburg here and here if you want to look at 2009  top neighborhoods

Explore Williamsburg and Hampton Roads neighborhoods here

If you would like more advanced sales stats for any neighborhood in the Williamsburg or Hampton Roads VA area send and email to John@MrWilliamsburg.com

Here are the Top Selling Williamsburg Va/ James City County Neighborhoods in 2012

Number Rank

Neighborhood

Number of sales
1 Fords Colony  118
2 Kingsmill 98
3 White Hall 46
4 Colonial Heritage 35
5 New Town 34
6 Williamsburg Commons 21
7 Queens Lake 21
8 Governors Land 20
9 Greensprings West  19
10 Stonehouse 18
11 Braemar Creek 18
12 Villages of Westminster 17
13 Seasons Trace 16
14 Lake Powell Forest 14
15 Powhatan Secondary. 13
16 Settlement at Powhatan Creek 13
17 Fairway Villas  12
18 Marywood  12
19 Villages of Powhatan 12
20 La Fontaine 11
21 Scotts Pond 11
22 Springhill 11
23 Williamsburg Village at Norge 11
24 Pelegs Point 10
25 York Terrace 9
26 Westmoreland 9
27 Holly Hills  9
28 Michelle Point 9
29 Chcikahominy Haven 9
30 Creekside Landing  9
31 Wellington 8
32 St Georges Hundred 8
33 Longhill Station 8
34 Fenwick Hills 8
35 Skipwith Farms 7
36 First Colony 7
37 Queenswood 6
38 Kristiansand 6
39 Longhill Gate 6
40 Berkeleys Green 6
41 Cypress Point 6
42 Fernbrook 6
43 Hunters Creek 5
44 Lake Toano Estates 5
45 Mirror Lake Estate 5
46 Monticello Woods 5
47 Piney Creek Estate 5
48 Port Anne  5
49 Shellis Square 5
50 Sunset Meadows 5
51 Warhill Green 5
52 Westray Downs 5
53 Windsor Forest 5
54 Bruton Glen 5
55 Chisel Run 5
56 Cobble Creek 5
57 Cromwell Ridge 5
58 Brandywyne 4
59 Country Club Acres 4
60 Fieldcrest Estates 4
51 Forest Glen 4
62 Great Woods 4
63 Penniman East 4
64 Powhatan Woods 4
65 Rolling Woods 4
66 Settlers Mill  4
67 Shellbank Woods 4
68 Skimino Landing Estates 4
69 The Meadows 4
70 The Mews 4
71 Williamsburg Bluffs 4

So there you have it. Our 2012 Top Williamsburg VA neighborhoods. If i can be of assistance in your Williamsburg VA home search, don’t hesitate to contact me

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psst … I’m a Realtor!

Welcome to Mr Williamsburg’s blog where I write about Williamsburg VA real estate  trends, where to live, eat, play and how to buy or sell a house in Virginia. This part of the world is where I call home, it is a place I love and I hope that joy shows through!.

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 post was 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 KentPoquoson, 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 text/ phone @  757-254-8136

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