Out past Toano in the Northwestern reaches of James City County, a cluster of neighborhoods featuring hundreds of single-family homes and townhouses continues to be developed among sprawling farms and dense woodland tracts.
About 300 of the nearly 500 homes in the master plan for White Hall are already occupied, and the developer of what remains to be built, HHHunt Homes, is eyeing the next segment of the project with the hope of starting work in the next few weeks.
The development is mostly concentrated between Richmond Road and Rochambeau Drive to the east of Anderson’s Corner, where the two roads meet Barhamsville Road. The soon-to-be-built section, which features 41 single-family homes, will be situated across the street from Williamsburg Christian Academy, said George Moore, the vice president of development for HHHunt Communities.
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