• psst … 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 area or to sell your existing home. This website is 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 Kent, Poquoson, 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 phone @ 757-254-813

Parade of Homes 2013 – Cypress Creek-Smithfield VA | October 5 – 20, 2013

imagePerhaps you’re looking to get some new ideas for your current home, or maybe you’re even considering moving to a brand new neighborhood. Whatever the case, you’re sure to be inspired and delighted by the fully furnished and fully landscaped custom showcase homes presented at Parade of Homes. This 16-day single-site display will be held Oct. 5-20 in the Cypress Creek community of Smithfield. The homes featured will demonstrate the latest in home construction, design, furnishings and technological innovations, so be prepared to appreciate the fine luxuries that come from the resort lifestyle of Smithfield’s finest country club community. For more info, visit www.paradeofhomesva.com.

What is Parade of Homes?

Parade of Homes is a 16-day single-site display of fully furnished and fully landscaped custom showcase homes that demonstrate the latest in home construction, design, furnishings and technological innovations.

It’s the 27th anniversary year for Peninsula Home Builders Association’s Parade of Homes in South Hampton Roads and the second time it has been hosted in Cypress Creek. The show will feature 7 homes for sale ranging from 2,900 square foot up to over 4,000 square feet. Prices range from the $400 K’s to $500 K’s.

When is it?

The show is open noon until 8 p.m. every day, except Sundays, from noon until 6 p.m. Ticket sales will stop one hour before closing.

Where is it?

The event will be in Cypress Creek in Smithfield, Virginia where the community of Cypress Creek features one of the finest golf courses in the area, but you don’t have to be a golfer to appreciate all the luxuries that come from the resort lifestyle of Smithfield’s finest country club community. We feature only the best home builders to design and build luxury homes. The area offers many amenities from shopping to parks, museums and historic landmarks. Residents of Cypress Creek very close to the quaint town of Smithfield, with a variety of home styles from the areas finest custom home builders, consumers are sure to find the perfect place to call home.

How much does it cost?

General admission is $10 for a one-day pass. Active duty and retired military guests and seniors (62 or better) get a $3 discount Monday-Thursday. Children 12 and under are free. Special offer Tuesday and Wednesday $5.00 after 5 P.M. Only one discount applies.

Who is building homes in this event?

Builders participating in the show include: John Barnes of Chesapeake Homes, Virginia Beach; James Crocker of Crocker & Foster Custom Homes, Hampton; Ed Sadler of Sadler Building Corp, Virginia Beach; Danny Exantus & Steve Guerrier of Smart Move Investments, Norfolk; Stephen Quick of Stephen Alexander Homes, Chesapeake; William S. Wirt of Wm S Wirt Construction Inc., Portsmouth.


Operation Finally Home

Operation Finally Home, by Sadler Building Corp in partnership with Southern Living. First, it is a builder’s association founded charity building homes for America’s war wounded veterans. Builders, tradesmen, and building suppliers building homes…what a perfect way to give back to those who have sacrificed a normal life for our freedom! The purpose for Operation Finally Home is to remove the burden of providing shelter, so that the family can overcome the devastating effects of the war, and move forward with their lives, not looking backward, but looking toward the opportunities ahead. This is a hand-up and not a handout. This is a step in the direction of a rewarding future as productive members of their community. This home will go to a wounded veteran or his family. The home is fully paid for by donations. The family will be introduced in the near future.

The Smithfield House

The Smithfield House, by Stephen Alexander Homes. Working in partnership with the Curator of the Isle of Wight Museum and Isle of Wight Tourism, the house will feature historical and modern Smithfield artifacts that will interest, educate and entertain the home’s visitors.

The Hampton Roads Magazine Home

The Hampton Roads Magazine Home, by Crocker & Foster Custom Homes, shines the spotlight on one of the area’s newest, most dynamic young custom home builders, James Crocker. Come meet the builder and enjoy the many exciting events planned for The Hampton Roads Magazine Home.image


And Cypress Creek isn’t just about the homes.

There are the neighborhood amenities, including a junior Olympic-size pool, clubhouse, tennis courts, boat/RV park, walking trails and a separate bike lane. The golf course also is pay-to-play, which means you don’t have to be a member of the golf club to play a round; the public is welcome. The community is less than 30 miles from places like downtown Norfolk and Peninsula Town Center, 40 miles from Williamsburg and 50 miles to the Virginia Beach Oceanfront.

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Church Square- A Smithfield VA 55+ Active Adult Community Spotlight

imageChurch Square  in Smithfield, VA  is an active adult community that enjoys a prime location in Hampton Roads and a wide variety of on-site amenities. Church Square  is an age qualified community for active adults 55 years of age and better. Only one of the property owners has to be 55 or older and children coming home from college for the holidays or for summer vacation are very welcome.

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The community offers a variety of residences, including single-family homes and  attached villas. The spacious community clubhouse contains many amenities that appeal to active adults, including indoor and outdoor swimming pools, hobby and game rooms.
The community enjoys easy proximity to all of Hampton Roads and Williamsburg VA . Though residents will find plenty to do within the thriving city of Chesapeake as well. There are shopping centers, restaurants, and cultural attractions scattered throughout the area that are sure to appeal to a wide variety of interests.

imageThe low maintenance lifestyle at Church Square allows you to have more time for yourself. After all, you deserve it. You can forget about weekend chores and won’t have to worry about painting or  yard work because someone else does all that for you.

Church Square FAQSee all homes for sale at Church Point here

Price Range:Low $200s – High $200s

Home Types:Single Family
Attached Villas

New /Resale: New and Resale Homes

Age Restriction: 55+

Construction Dates: 2007 – Present

Gated: Yes

HOA: $180 monthly

Home Sizes: About 1400 to 2500 square feet

Lot Sizes: .15 acre average.

Amenities: Pools, fitness center, clubhouse..

Gated: Yes

Schools: N/A

Property Taxes  Rate: $.81 per $100 of assessed value. Taxes on a $260,000 home would be $2106 a year.

Home Styles: Transitional

clubhouse church square

The community was developed on the site of a former soybean field and built by local builder  Atlantic Homes ,builder of many landmark communities throughout the area. For over 30 years they have been one of the largest and most admired home building companies in the Mid-Atlantic region. Atlantic Homes is currently building in the following communities: New Town, Orchard Hill in Stonehouse and Kensington Woods in Williamsburg They also build homes in the Richmond Va and Raleigh/ Durham areas of North Carolina

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Residents at Church Square  enjoy an active lifestyle. The community’s social clubs revolve around special interests—such as, travel, wine, or reading—and are a great way for newcomers to meet other neighbors.
With its great location in the town of Smithfield  residents will also find plenty to do outside of the community. The area has a wide variety of shopping, dining and recreational activities to interest any active adult. Nearby VA beach, Norfolk Yorktown and Williamsburg provide rich cultural attractions, including museums, performing arts centers, and much more. Between its prime location and the full array of amenities offered within the community, Church Square offers residents an exciting, active adult lifestyle.

Walter and Carol Jones liked their Suffolk home of six years but felt they needed something different. Another couple, Garland and Suzanne Brown, were tired of the outdoor maintenance required by their house in Smithfield. Both couples learned of Church Square, an active-adult community for those 55 and older in historic Smithfield, and determined it was the place for them.

“We had a three-story condominium and decided at our age that we didn’t need to climb three stories anymore,” Walter Jones, 79, said.

Added Suzanne Brown, 67, “We loved our place, but we had a great big yard with almost an acre of land. It got harder and harder to take care of the mowing, trimming and weeds.”

The Joneses, who have been married for 58 years, moved into Church Square in December 2007. “We have all of our amenities on the ground floor and a guest room upstairs,” Walter Jones said. The Browns are pleased that monthly association fees include all lawn maintenance. “Now we don’t have to worry about taking care of it anymore,” said Suzanne Brown, who planted pansies in her front garden area.

The Signature Club features a clubhouse with pool, exercise and dining rooms, kitchen, fireplace, game table, gathering room, gated entrance and outdoor patios.

“The ladies eat dessert there one day a month to discuss problems and make plans,” Suzanne Brown said.

“We’re all seniors, but we’re all in this together,” Walter Jones said. “We feel we have a jewel here.”



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Directions from Southside: Travel East on I64 to 664 North. Exit onto Rt 17/James River Bridge. Left on Benns Church Blvd/Rt. 258. Right on Rt. 10 towards Smithfield. Right on South Church Street. Right on Durham St. Clubhouse is on right. Directions from Newport News: Travel across the James River Bridge /Rt 17 South. Right on Rt 258/ Benns Church Blvd. Right on Rt. 10 towards Smithfield. Right on South Church Street. Right on Durham St.

About the area

Nestled in a crook overlooking the Pagan River, Smithfield has escaped the congestion of the Hampton Roads port towns―Newport News, Norfolk, and Portsmouth. Yet Norfolk’s international airport lies only 35 minutes away; Virginia Beach, 50 minutes.

Friends and neighbors enjoy a strong sense of small-town life. History and architecture buffs revel in the presence of colonial America. The climate brings Atlantic breezes but no brutal winters.

Drawbacks: A maritime community once teeming with watermen, Smithfield has not escaped the impact of marine habitat decline and related problems.  Residents wrestle with development prospects that some say threaten the historic ambience.

Your Next-door Neighbors: Early retirees embarking on second careers. A young military couple back from European assignment. A family of watermen. A Northern transplant starting a winery. Graphic designers. Smithfield Inn’s chef. Smithfield Foods executives. A docent from the Isle of Wight Museum. An antiques auctioneer. A College of William & Mary professor.

How You’d Spend Your Free Time: Sailing. Biking out to Darden’s Country Store for delicious cured ham. Driving to Surrey for a ferry hop to Williamsburg to cheer William & Mary teams. Attending George Washington and Thomas Jefferson re-enactments at the Old Courthouse of 1750. Taking houseguests to St. Luke’s, the nation’s only surviving original-brick Gothic church.

smithfield station Church Square is near the heart of old Smithfield with close proximity to specialized stores and art galleries,  good restaurants and parks. Several shopping plazas serve the area and offer Food Lion, Farm Fresh, Bloom and local farmer’s markets,With so many historic buildings, touring Smithfield is like stepping through time to experience America during the era of the American Revolution or the Civil War. Yet today’s quaint shops and charming restaurants make the town a favorite spot for local residents. Boutiques of many sorts and sizes line the pedestrian friendly streets  Grand Victorian homes now house quaint and colorful shops selling eclectic apparel ,art galleries and  studios. Military Veterans can access base commissaries and medical facilities with simple commutes to Fort Eustis in Newport News, Langley Air Force Base in Hampton and Naval Medical Center in nearby Portsmouth

imageResidents can also enjoy waterside treasures like Robert S. Clontz Memorial Park, Waterworks Lake and Windsor Castle Park.  Located right in downtown Smithfield, this brand new riverside park features 4 miles of a woodland trail system, orchards, picnic areas, a dog park, a state-of-the-art kayak and canoe launch, fishing pier, scenic overlooks and the Windsor Castle Historic Sit

So what separates Smithfield from Williamsburg ?  A  local shop owner casually confided, “…the Williamsburg locals come here to get away from the crowds and the commercialism.”

imageSmithfield has many of the charms including 18th & 19th Century architecture, a revitalized historic downtown, and all the character of a former colonial seaport. According to the Virginia Landmarks Register, Smithfield is “perhaps the best preserved of Virginia’s Colonial seaports.”  Smithfield’s Historic District boasts over 70 buildings of exceptional architectural importance, including residences of the Colonial, Federal and Victorian periods.

Located in Isle of Wight County, Smithfield has a population of approximately 8,100 and is approximately 10.1 square miles in size. Smithfield offers residents a small-town atmosphere, affordable housing, a historic downtown, and a new state-of-the-art community/conference center – The Smithfield Center. According to the Virginia Review, Smithfield is “without a doubt, one of the prettiest towns in Virginia.

imageNurtured by trade and commerce, Smithfield soon became a town of industry with four plants devoted to the art of curing the world famous “Smithfield Ham“. Once a commercial center for shipping, Smithfield has evolved to host one of the area’s largest meat-processing industries as well as the home to one of Hampton Roads’ largest employers – Smithfield Foods, Inc. – a Fortune 500 company with its corporate headquarters in Smithfield. Smithfield was just recently named “one of the 50 best small southern towns“.


Smithfield VA Attractions

Smithfield & Isle of Wight Visitor Center – 319 Main Street | (757) 357-5182
Make your first stop the Visitor Center for a historic walking tour map, a “Passport to Savings” card for discounts at local merchants and information on area attractions, dining options and special events.

The Genuine Smithfield Ham Shoppe – 1801 South Church Street | (800) 222-2110
No visit to Smithfield is complete without a trip to the Genuine Smithfield Ham Shoppe for an original Smithfield ham. Smithfield ham is famous worldwide, and this small country shop is a great must-see while in town.

Windsor Castle Outdoor Park – Located directly across from the Smithfield Station. View Website
This riverside park features 4.5 miles of woodland trail, picnic and play areas, kayak and canoe launch, scenic overlook and the Windsor Castle Historic Site. This has been a great addition to our town, and truly worth visiting during your stay.  View the Windsor Castle Park Map to see what we are talking about.

Downtown Arts Center– 319 Main Street | (757) 357-5182
The Visitor Center shares space with the Arts Center, which exhibits the works of local and regional artists. Peruse the gallery/gift shop and chat with the resident artists.

imageBoardwalk Shops at Smithfield Station and Downtown Smithfield
The Boardwalk Shops at Smithfield Station, and the Downtown District both provide great locations for local shopping. Plan an afternoon just browsing boutique shops, art galleries, and antiques.


The Isle of Wight County Museum – 103 Main Street | (757) 356-1223
Interpreting local history, the museum’s exhibits include prehistoric fossils, Native American and Colonial artifacts, a country store and the museum’s most notable artifact – the world’s oldest edible cured ham. The 1902 pork product exemplifies the patented Smithfield curing process.

The Old Courthouse of 1750 – 130 Main Street | (757) 356-9016
Originally modeled after the Capitol Building in Colonial Williamsburg, this restored building is owned and operated by the “APVA Preservation Virginia.”

The Schoolhouse Museum – 516 Main Street | (757) 365-4789
An African-American History Museum of Public Education built in 1932, the museum features period desks and books, and offers oral histories of those who attended the school.

Historic Fort Huger – 15080 Talcott Terrace | (757) 357-0115
Historic Fort Huger was known as the “Gateway to the Confederate Capital.” View the ghost fleet on the James River, take a self-guided walking tour and see the cannon mounted along the edges of the fort.

Fort Boykin Historic Park – 7410 Fort Boykin Trail, Isle of Wight | (757) 357-0115
Situated on the bluffs of the James River, the fort was begun in 1623 to protect the colonists from the Indians and Spaniards. The fort is built in the shape of a seven pointed star and remains essentially intact and constitutes a well-preserved example of military architecture of the Civil War era.

Boykin’s Tavern Museum – 17130 Monument Circle, Isle of Wight | (757) 365-9771
Named after Major Francis Boykin, a smart businessman who donated the land for the Isle of Wight Courthouse of 1800 (still standing and in use today), the tavern was conveniently located right next door for meals & refreshments for court officers & personnel.

imageHistoric St. Luke’s Church – 14477 Benns Church Boulevard | (757) 357-3367
St. Luke’s (circa 1632), is the oldest existing church of English foundation in America and the country’s only surviving original brick Gothic church, featuring a Jacobean interior, originally 17th century silver altar fittings, baptismal font, communion table and chairs, and the nation’s oldest, intact organ.

Read a visitors guide to Smithfield here



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23% Of Mortgages Underwater

Nearly a quarter of the nation’s homes with mortgages are valued for less than the amount their owners owe the banks holding their mortgage loans, according to a depressing new report.

The report by First American CoreLogic indicates that almost 10.7 million, or 23 percent, of all residential properties are “underwater” meaning they have negative equity. The majority of such negative-equity mortgages are in states such as Nevada, Arizona, Florida, Michigan and California.

In the Hampton Roads, VA area more than 71,500 homeowners  owed more on their mortgages than the homes were worth at the end of September, according to the report .That’s nearly one in four local mortgage borrowers -22 percent – who are “underwater” on the loans. Continue reading

Hampton Roads VA Home Sales Update

Further sales gains were realized in the Hampton Roads , VA real estate market for the month of October 2009. The steady rise in settled and under contract sales have contributed to the fourth quarter of 2009 starting off in a healthy direction. Monthly totals surpassed even those of September 2009 which were relatively high when compared to last year. Again, key statistics continuing to move in positive directions further bolster the notion that the local market is picking up steam towards recovery and that the worst may be behind the region.
Under contract residential sales were once again the high point for the month surging ahead of last year’s totals by over 53%. Portsmouth, VA and Norfolk, VA led the way with year-over-year percentage gains for October of 85.3% and 79.7%, respectively. This significant rise pushed the 2009 year-to-date comparison of under contract sales 6% above that of 2008’s totals.
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Colonial Williamsburg, VA – Video of Colonial Williamsburg & Golden Horseshoe Golf

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Here is is short five minute video From Golfweek and GolfTV that will give you a feel for both Colonial Williamsburg and the multiple award winning Golden Horseshoe Golf Course.


Buying property in a down economy

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TODAYs Meredith Vieira talks to real estate expert Barbara Corcoran about investing in a home in this troubled economy.


Thought I would pass this on for anyone considering buying a foreclosure/ Bank Owned Home in the Hampton Roads , Virginia area.

Most of the biggest real estate fortunes were not made in good times, but in bad times like this” Barbara Corcoran reminds us in this talk with NBC

It’s important perspective for Americans wondering how to invest in foreclosed properties without losing their cash or their credit rating.

In the 4-minute interview, Corcoran quips on the basics and the essentials of foreclosure investing,

  • “Everyone who loses their shirt loses it somewhere else.”
  • “Every big shark started small.”
  • “The house on the corner sets the tone for the block.”

She also lends some personal perspective to rent rolls, the cost of losing a tenant, and finding a good business partner.

Banks are anxious to sell their foreclosed homes and that makes this an ideal time for shrewd real estate investors.  If you’re new to the game, watch the video and take good notes.

Click here for a short one line listing of over 500 Foreclosed Bank Owned Homes Currently for sale in Hampton Roads VA.

For detailed up to date list of Bank Owned Foreclosed homes in the Hampton Roads Va area send me an email with Area & Price range John@MrWilliamsburg.com

Click this link to see Stats on Current Foreclosures in Hampton Roads VA

Smithfield VA-Historic Home For sale

Historic Gwaltney Home, Smithfield VA


While I don’t normally blog about home listings. ( You can usually find them thru my MLS/ Home Search) This home’s story needs to be told.


The P.D. Gwaltney Jr. House, built by one of  Smithfield’s most esteemed residents, has been lovingly restored to its original grandeur. This enchanting Queen Anne Victorian is recognized on the National Register of Historic Places.

The house has a special history that’s captured the imagination and hearts of all who visit. It was originally built in 1901 as a wedding gift from P.D. Gwaltney Jr. to his future bride, Estelle. To commemorate this romantic gesture, a whimsical ceiling mural was painted depicting a cheerful cherub with love letter in hand, on his way to deliver it to the home’s delighted new bride. The painting remains to this day, and has inspired two subsequent generations of weddings that have taken place in this gracious home and its adjoining gardens.

The captivating charm of this property lends itself to future celebrations, both joyous ones and moments of quiet contentment. Views from one of many porches surrounding the house are trans-formative and peaceful, overlooking Little Creek and the estate of  87-acre Windsor Castle Farm. The sweeping grounds bloom with century old Magnolia trees, Crepe Myrtles, the shade of Red Maples and a formal garden with paved pathways and Victorian statuary.

Grand StaircaseThe exterior of the house underwent a museum-quality restoration in recent years and includes decorative copper work and copper gutters on the roof. The home also features a spacious, finished attic and the convenience of an interior elevator and outdoor carport.

Inside, thoughtful details woo its delighted visitors. Many rooms feature large bay windows allowing for gentle light to bathe the extensive wood moldings, wainscoting, paneling and ornate trim work. The vestibule boasts a gilded Greek frieze, original gas lighting fixture and intricately designed tile floor with a wreath of olive branches at its center. The stunning entrance-way is further adorned by an artisan’s hand sculptured relief, a pastoral landscape of the local marshland.Ceiling Detail in Foyer

Halfway up the main staircase, sunlight streams in through the colorful prisms of an original stained glass window. There are 6 fireplaces in total, including one in each of the large bedrooms and a spectacular mother of pearl inlaid mantelpiece in the music room.

Special decorative details can be found in each room throughout the house. The front bedroom has a generous window seat from which to enjoy the pageantry of colorful Gingko leaves in the Fall, as well as a hand-stenciled, gilded ceiling. The Master bedroom reveals a portrait gallery, large romantic shutters and an ornate gilded frieze with a garland motif. Also upstairs, an Asian-themed sitting room beckons with a decorative, trompe l’oeil border of delicately painted birds.

Spacious, inviting bathrooms have been updated and outfitted with luxurious details including authentic nickel-plated spa jets and sunflower shower heads imported from London . The marble master bath includes an inviting, over-sized claw-footed soaking tub.

While it’s many splendid original details make this a historic show place, it’s a home that will easily adapt to the vision and lifestyle of its future owners. Grand living and entertaining rooms await joyful celebrations and gracious living, and perhaps even a new kind of love story.

This special property is offered for sale at  $1,090,000.

For further details or a personal tour contact John@MrWilliamsburg.com or call him at 757 254 8136.

You can read the report for submission to the Historic Register here : pd-gwaltney-jr-house