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Williamsburg/ Toano VA New Homes Fenwick Hills

Just announced ! Single Family Detached Homes in James City County near Williamsburg VA starting at $212,990 on 1/4 acre lots in the established community of Fenwick Hills.

Siennaryanhomes With easy access to Interstate 64 The location is super convenient. The  single-family detached homes will have anywhere from 1,800-3,000 square feet, 3-5 bedrooms and 2.5 baths. Only 18 home sites are available and they will all be on crawl spaces, with the exception of 4 home sites that have basements.
No models are built at this time. Several are under construction in the Richmond area for viewing.

Five models are available to be built in the Fenwick Hills Community.

1. The Avery  floor plan offers style and functionality. Features include  separate living and dining rooms, ample family room with optional fireplace, dinette area, open kitchen, half bath, laundry closet and one-car garage.  The second floor follows suite, leaving no square inch wasted! The owner’s bedroom features a walk-in closet, full bath with optional luxury upgrade, and optional sitting area! Three additional bedrooms, full hall bath, and large bonus room over the garage.

Sq Footage ranges from  1,868-1,950 sq. ft.

2. The Sienna floorplan is ideal for today’s busy families! The first floor features a two-car garage that opens to a mudroom. The kitchen with large pantry and optional island flows straight into the dinette and open great room! The first floor is complete with an airy morning room included off the dinette area! The second floor offers a large owner’s bedroom with full bath, two additional bedrooms, full hall bath, and a spacious laundry room. Unfinished or finished walk-out basements with full bath are options

Square Footage 1,800 sq. ft.

3. The Florence  floor plan features a two-car garage, laundry room, living or dining room, large family room that opens up to the dinette area and kitchen with large pantry and optional island  Options include a morning/ sun room and optional fireplace. The second floor features a large owner’s bedroom with walk-in closet and full bath with optional luxury upgrade, two additional bedrooms, full hall bath and loft complete the second floor. Convert the loft into an optional fourth bedroom to meet your families needs.  Offers the  option of adding  an unfinished or finished walk-out basement with optional full bath.

Square Footage ranges from 1,952-2,072 sq. ft.

The Venice floor plan features  a two-car garage, living or dining room, half bath, mudroom, large family room that opens to a dinette and kitchen with optional island . Available options include a fireplace and morning room. The second floor features large owner’s bedroom with walk-in closet and full bath with optional luxury upgrade.  Three large additional bedrooms, full hall bath and spacious laundry room complete the second floor. You can customize this home by adding an unfinished or finished walk-out basement with optional full bath.

Square Footage ranges from 2,224-2,344 sq. ft.

The Milan  features a two-car garage, mudroom, half bath, living and dinning rooms, large family room that opens up to a spacious kitchen with optional island, and dinette area. Options include a fireplace and morning room. The second floor offers a large owner’s bedroom with walk-in closet and full bath with optional luxury upgrade. Two additional bedrooms, full hall bath and loft complete the second floor. Convert the loft into a fourth bedroom for the space you need! Customize this home by adding an unfinished or finished walk-out basement with optional full bath.

Square Footage Ranges from 2,528-2,648 sq. ft.

Standard Features at FENWICK HILLS, Toano VA

Poured Concrete Wall Foundations, Structural Steel Support Beams, Tongue and Groove Sub Floor, Nailed and Glued Sub Floors, Engineered Roof Truss System, Underground Utilities, Professionally Designed Landscaping with Sodded Lawns, Central A/C & Gas Heat , Gas Hot Water Heater, 200 Amp Electrical Service, Washer & Electric Dryer Hookups, Single Hung Windows (Low E), Double Pane Insulated Windows (with screens), Bronze Exterior Hardware Finish, Shingles 25 year warranty, KP Beaded Vinyl Siding (Lifetime Warranty), Seamless Aluminum Gutters & Downspouts, Custom Paneled Shutters & Doors, Fiberglass Insulated Front Door, GE Electric Range, GE Sound Insulated Dishwasher, Single Bowl Stainless Steel Sink w/ 1/3 H.P. Garbage Disposal, Timberlake Oak Kitchen Cabinetry , Laminate Countertops (Choice of Colors) , 8 Ft. Ceilings 1st Floor with 30” Wall Cabinetry, Bath tubs include Ceramic Surround in Owner’s Bath and hall tubs, Single bowl vanity with knee space in Owner’s Bath, Moen Eva Chrome Bath Faucets, Timberlake Oak Vanities (Natural Oak), White Cultured Marble Vanity Tops, 2 ½ Bathrooms

Interior Features:, Stain Resistant Wall-to-Wall Carpet, Capped stair ½ walls , Six Panel Doors, Satin Nickel Door Knobs & Hinges, Ventilated Closet Shelving, Smooth Finish Ceilings and Walls,  1-2-10-Year Transferable Warranty, Pre-Construction Meeting with Project Manager, Pre-Settlement House Demonstration, Post-Settlement House Inspection, 10 Month Post-Settlement Inspection, One Year Drywall Inspection & Warranty

In addition to the standard features many options are available to tailor these homes to your exact desires. Options include: Granite, Silestone Countertops, Hardwood Floors, Upgraded Carpet, Basements. ( on select home sites.) and much more.

The Fenwick Hills community amenities include a playground, basketball court, and landscaped common areas.

Click here to view  Site Plan for the Fenwick Hills Community

Click here to view all homes for sale in Fenwick Hills currently listed in the WAAR MLS

Click here to search all Williamsburg, James City, York County,New Kent , Gloucester homes for sale currently listed in the WMLS

Please note there are new construction homes available that are not in the MLS. Email John@MrWilliamsburg.com for new home opportunities in Toano , Williamsburg, New Kent, York County, Glocucester or all surrounding areas.

Here are the sales statistics for Fenwick Hills, Toano, VA for the last 12 months. There are 18 homes currently on the market in Fenwick Hills with prices ranging from $260,000 to $314,900. Nine homes sold in Fenwick Hills in the last 12 months. Sold prices for homes in Fenwich Hills ranged from $289,900 to $340,000. The average days on market for the sold homes was 210 days. All Sales Stats are from the Williamsburg Area Assoc of Realtors (WAAR)  WMLS.

Status # Listings       List Price Sold Price Sale/List Price Est. Fin. SqFt List Price Per Est. Fin. SqFt Sold Price Per Est. Fin. SqFt Days On Market
Active 18     Low
Avg
High
260,000
299,474
314,900
0
0
0
  1,899
2,373
2,702
103.59
127.71
163.22
   
Closed 9     Low
Avg
High
289,900
317,494
340,000
289,900
309,850
328,000
1.00
0.98
0.96
2,411
2,527
2,724
110.10
125.90
139.75
110.10
122.88
136.04
38
210
327
             
 
 
 
 
 
     
 
 
 

Williamsburg James City County Schools for Fenwick Hills are:

Stonehouse Elementary , Toano Middle School and Warhill High School

You can explore schools at www.SchoolMatters.com

Location Map for Fenwick Hills Toano VA

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Williamsburg Va Real Estate Growth Update

From an article in the Va Gazette

What will the rolling landscape of James City County Virginia’s Stonehouse District look like with three times the number of today’s homes? Hard to imagine.One of the side effects of the new rooftops may also be increased activism. Today most of the slowgrowth lobby is concentrated in Powhatan and Jamestown districts. “Because the growth has been focused in those areas, there have been a lot more issues around which galvanize people,” Krapf said. “As the growth demand turns to the upper county, you’ll probably see a lot more activity on the part of those groups served by public water. Much of the upper county relies on wells for drinking water. “It’s far too early to talk about expanding the [Primary Service Area} at this point,”  Stonehouse supervisor Jim Kennedy said. “We need to be looking at new technologies and water supply, such as reclaimed water systems,” 

Last year the James City County’s Real Estate Assessments Division assessed 4,825 parcels in Stonehouse, the westernmost of five magisterial districts.

More than 5,000 new housing units are approved and under way, according to a James City County Citizens’ report on cumulative growth.

Beyond that, another 5,500 are approved but not yet started. New housing of that magnitude seems far-fetched in the middle of a real estate slump, but Stonehouse remains a hot market for $200,000 homes . The population of the county could drastically shift within 20 years as Villages at White Hall, Jennings Way, Michelle Point, Stonehouse and Colonial Heritage build out. On the commercial side, Stonehouse is expected to add about 3.8 million square feet of shops, stores and restaurants.

The Stonehouse area of the county is definitely going to get the brunt of the growth.Some serious consideration needs to be given to the road structure that supports it, as well as the water situation. 

Plans for the Stonehouse development once included using reclaimed water, but were abandoned because of cost.

Despite efforts to control growth, there is still plenty of room. A good portion of the Williamsburg Pottery tract is in the district, as is the neighboring Hunt farm property. Both would provide large development opportunities. “It’s not just the Hunt property,” Kennedy added. “There’s also Anderson’s corner.” Planning Commission member Rich Krapf lives in the district and cautions not to overreact. “The buildout schedule could take years to achieve,” he said. “So people forget that that’s been approved. Then the new owners come in and people say, ‘That’s new growth and we don’t want new growth.’Yet it’s a 20-yearold project. That’s where so many citizen groups are raising the flag about cumulative impacts.”

The housing market is a wild card, though. Because of the downturn, Colonial Heritage construction has slowed to a trickle and developers throughout the county are not meeting building projections.

Typically, each phase in a development depends on the success of the previous phases. In a flagging market, growth stalls and plans change. “The whole county has time to breathe,” Kennedy said. “Certainly this Comprehensive Plan is critical.” 

Kennedy said that Stonehouse and its development are different from the other districts. “More people in this district are property rights people than in other areas in the county, because they are large property owners.

They don’t want to see the commercialization of the Stonehouse district either, but they certainly want to protect their interests. We’re ‘a little bit country’ out here, and we like it that way, for the most part.” “Even with the growth likely to occur, we’d still like to see the rural character retained out there,” Kadec said of J4C. “It may not be possible, but it sure would be nice.” Kadec believes the county can balance the rooftops by encouraging equine-related businesses, agri-tourism, and other industries that make preservation profitable. The same sentiment was mentioned frequently by residents recently in Comprehensive Plan meetings in the upper county. “