• 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

Fairway Villas Photo Tour- Williamsburg VA Town Home/ Condos

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Williamsburg VA Real Estate- New Town Spotlight

townhomesinnewtownva The New Town community in James City County/ Williamsburg, VA offers a unique combination of shops, entertainment, a vibrant office environment and a plethora of housing options to appeal to all segments of the population

New Town in Williamsburg, VA has raised the bar on complete living, meeting all of the needs of the community, businesses and residents alike.

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The Mews Town home community-Williamsburg VA

The definition of mews :
a. A group of buildings originally containing private stables, often converted into residential apartments.
b. A small street, alley, or courtyard on which such buildings stand

A fitting description for “The Mews” in Williamsburg, James City County, VA.

With the feel of a village in Europe ,The Mews in James City County offers a wide array of town home choices. From 2 bedrooms to 4 bedroom models. Square footage ranges from 1300+ to over 2000 square feet. A few models were built with basements.
mews111One of the most scenic points in the community of The Mews is the Lake. It’s observation pier is the perfect place to watch relax and enjoy the sunset or watch the ducks frolic in the fountain. There is a trail that meanders around the lake for those who want to walk the neighborhood.

Offering a clubhouse, pool and tennis , town homes in the Mews are perfect for second home buyers and families alike.

mews2222 The are approximately 111 town homes in the Mews, constructed  between 1987 and 1994 . The quarterly home owner fee in The Mews is $314 and covers all Yard Maintenance, Common Area Maintenance, Garbage removal Use of the  Pool, Clubhouse , Tennis and maintenance of those  facilities.

mewsclubhouse.jpegFrom the chart below you will see that  sale prices in 2008 ranged from$145,000 to $264,000. List prices as of today range from $223,000 to $269,000. The average days on market for town homes in the Mews in the last 12 months was 151 days.

View of video of The Mews Town Home community in Williamsburg, VA

Current James City County/ Williamsburg Schools for The Mews are DJ Montague Elementary, James Blair Middle and Warhill High School

Click here to Search all homes for sale in The Mews

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

Current Sales activity in The Mews (Statistics from WAAR WMLS)

Low, Average, Median, and High Comparisons
  Closed Active Overall
Low $145,000 $223,000 $145,000
Average $210,975 $239,071 $224,087
Median $217,500 $225,000 $224,000
High $264,000 $269,900 $269,900

Location Map of The Mews in Williamsburg, VA

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Click the link below to “Take a drive thru The Mews in Williamsburg, VA using Google Street View”

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White Hall Neighborhood Spotlight-Toano VA

White Hall in Toano, VA near Williamsburg is one of HHHunt’s newest master-planned communities. Here you will find a small, quaint community where you can live a rich, full life. At White Hall, you will choose from a variety of home styles that blend with the area’s distinctive architecture, at prices that are quite reasonable.


At White Hall you’ll find a variety of new home styles starting in the $ 130’s.

A master-planned community in a pristine, rural setting, White Hall will offer a variety of single-family homes, town homes and town home-style condominiums perfectly suited for professionals, families and seniors who cherish their time at home — without compromising on seemingly infinite cultural, dining, shopping and entertainment opportunities just minutes away.

White Hall has been designed to maximize natural spaces, with the community being centered around a large, centrally located park. A strong pedestrian focus will provide an outstanding environment for homeowners and encourage activity and community interaction.  The centerpiece of the Whitehall community will be a restored farmhouse.

Facts about White Hall :

Set on 139 acres in the western part of James City County White Hall will have hickoryneckchurchover 58 acres of parks for the community with it’s features include the Historic Farmhouse clubhouse, Two Ponds,Rolling Topography. Adjacent properties are two schools, Stonehouse Elementary and Williamsburg Christian Academy
an historic church ( Hickory Neck Church)  and farms.

The original property known today as Whitehall Plantation stands about 75 yards east of the point where VA Route 30 and US Route 60 intersect, near Toano in James City County. Built for William Geddy in 1805-06. Whitehall represents more than two centuries of nearly continuous occupation by the Geddy family. The Farmhouse on the property will  become the focal point and central feature in this residential community.

The Weatherly House at White Hall which will become the clubhouse at White Hall

The farmhouse and park comprise approximately 40% of the total site which also include two ponds, a creek, multi purpose playing field,nature trails and the community amenity center.
Streets are arranged in a traditional Tidewater Virginia manner with a variety of lot sizes. Most homes have alleys and many front the parks and open space. Along Route 60, a view corridor to the farmhouse and adjacent historic church is enhanced by a significant amount of land that will continue to be farmed.

Weatherly at White Hall, offers town home-style condos by HHHunt Homes, all of which are low-maintenance anf EarthCraft certified.

These open floor plans include 2-3 bedrooms, 2 ½ baths, lofts, and kitchens with breakfast nooks,and are priced from the $130,000’s.
The Townes at White Hall, by HHHunt Homes and Ryan Homes, feature two- and three-story town homes offering low-maintenance living with 3-4 bedrooms, 2 full baths, spacious living room and dining rooms in addition to 1- or 2-car garages, priced from under $200,000.

Schools for the White Hall community are:   Stonehouse Elementary, Toano Middle School and Warhill High.

Warhill HS will offer HS students the ability to take college classes at the adjacent campus of Thomas Nelson Community College. Stonehouse Elementary is one of the top rated schools in James City County.

Single-Family Homes by HHHunt Homes and Ryan Homes feature comfortable layouts with elegant kitchens and baths, plus spacious living areas, priced from under $250,000.

Click here to search all homes, condos, town homes for sale in the White hall community in Toano, near Williamsburg VA- James City County

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The original White Hall Tavern was built in 1805 by William Geddy, who was an upper middle class planter and blacksmith. He built the home for his son (james Geddy) who was a silversmith, and the purpose of the home was to represent “the improving quality of housing for all Virginians during the early Republican period.” Tax records have indicated that because William Geddy was a wealthy planter, he most likely possessed a number of adult slaves as well.

During the mid-1800s in the midst of the United States Civil War, the plantation home served as a site crucial to the Confederate Army. Due to its convenient location within a somewhat close proximity to Richmond, the capital of the Confederacy, it was a site that provided important intelligence gathering and distribution of information pertinent to the South’s advancement in the war.

The 200 acres of surrounding land had been in the family since the 1760’s. The United States Department of the Interior declared it a national historical landmark in 2007.

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 areas of Virginia 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 the Williamsburg/ Hampton Roads area and  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.

Here you can search homes for sale , active adult communities, 55+ communities,condos and townhomes , foreclosures/ REO,  land, building lots, commercial property  in Williamsburg , Yorktown, New Kent, Gloucester, Poquoson as well as the surrounding areas of Hampton Roads, Virginia
You can reach John by phone at 757-254-8136 or email him at John@MrWilliamsburg.com

I look forward to serving your real estate needs!




Williamsburg VA Real Estate- Condos/ Town Homes

Mr Williamsburg :My wife and I are considering Williamsburg VA as a place to relocate to. We are looking for one floor living under $250k. What communities and homes would you recommend ?

Answer: First I would want to know a little more about what you are looking for . How many bedrooms ? How many square feet ? Is an attached home ok ?  Where do you want to be ?  Do you want a garage ? Close to the outlets ? Close to Golf ? Close to New Town ? It also depends on when you want to move. As of today here are a few choices to consider. Do you want to be in a 55+ active Adult community ? or a neighborhood with kids and neighbors of all ages ?

These are my favorites and everybody has their own likes and dislikes..

Braemar_2 If you, want to be surrounded by a golf course and are ok with a brand new 1244 sq foot 2 bedroom first floor condo without a garage.  I would suggest Braemar Creek. It’s only 2.5 miles from Monticello Marketplace with Grocery Stores, Restaurants, banks, Target and most other needs. New Town is approximate 3 miles away with it’s 19 places to eat, 12 screen movie theater, Barnes and Noble, many shops , Doctors , dentists and just about any business you would want including a Trader Joe’s.. The HOA at Braemar Creek is $148 a month.  Taxes are approximate $1700 a year as of 2008. Braemar Creek as a very nice clubhouse with kitchen, big screen TV, fireplace, patio overlooking the pool, tennis courts, playground . Not sure if it’s allowed but my happy clients who have bought there ( I can put you in touch with them for first person recommendations ) walk the Williamsburg National Golf course which is adjacent to Braemar Creek. 

Here are a few pictures and floor plans of the homes at Braemar Creek


Click here to search all new and resale condo/ town homes for sale at Braemar Creek in Williamsburg VA

#2 recommendations would be Fairway Villas within a 1/4 mile of Braemar Creek surrounded by woods, close to everything above. Resale @ $200k  , pool, tennis.  HOA is $145 monthly and includes all exterior maintenance of home and yard, use of pool, tennis, trash collection.

Click this link to go to Google Street Views and you can pretend you are driving around the community:  You have to try it if you haven’t used it before !

Call me if you can’t it figure it out I can walk you thru how to use it.

Here are all the condo/ town homes available for sale in Fairway Villas

5555555555555555_edited #3 would be Claiborne on Richmond Rd.  By the way all of the communities were built by the same builder Fransicus Homes.( well respected quality builder in the area) So they all have similar floor plans.  The main difference is the location and amenities. Claiborne has a clubhouse only, no pool or tennis. It’s a little closer to CW, very close to the Outback Restaurant on Richmond Rd. There is one resale there for $208k, 1429 sq feet, 2 bedroom, HOA is $165 monthly. This is the only one in The City of Williamsburg which has a lower tax rate than the others in James City County.. .54 per $100 versus .77 per $100

Here are all the available condos/ town homes currently available in the Claiborne Community of Williamsburg VA

Taxes are only $1230 annually as of 2008. 

Here is a Google Street View of Claiborne.

There are a few others that have a first floor configuration. Bristol Commons next to High Street. I only mentioned the top choices that have availability at present.

Click here to search all new and resale homes , town homes, condos for sale in 55+ active adult communities in the Williamsburg VA area


Click here to search all new and resale condos and town homes for sale in the Williamsburg/ James City County/ York County areas of Virginia


 ch6 Lastly if you want a garage ( most of my clients do )   That’s another list altogether but prices will start at around $260k. If you increase your price range slightly to $275,000 that brings up a lot more possibilities. There area few home currently available in the 55+ active adult community of Colonial Heritage. All homes are almost maintenance free. All have first floor living. The community of Colonial Heritage in Williamsburg VA offers many different social clubs, indoor and outdoor pools, fitness centers a grand 26,000 square foot clubhouse with restaurant, meeting rooms, ballroom, library and much more. an 18 hole golf course is available. You don’t have to be a country club member to play. ( golf fees are optional and not required of home owners in Colonial Heritage) It is quickly becoming a very popular place to live in the Williamsburg VA area.

One other 55+ active adult community in Williamsburg VA that will not appear in the Williamsburg VA MLS/ home search above is the Villas at Five Forks.

You can click here to read information about Villas at Five Forks in Williamsburg VA prices start below $290,000


Click here to search all new and resale homes , town homes, condos for sale in 55+ active adult communities in the Williamsburg VA area

Note: Once you open any of the searches you can sort them by:

Price (high to low) Price (low to high) or Bedrooms (high to low) Bedrooms (low to high) or Sq. ft. (high to low) Sq. ft. (low to high) or Date Listed (new to old) Date Listed (old to new)  All by clicking the   icon that looks like this :

 Sort by: Price (high to low) Price (low to high) Bedrooms (high to low) Bedrooms (low to high) Sq. ft. (high to low) Sq. ft. (low to high) Date Listed (new to old) Date Listed (old to new)

One point I would like to make. I would never try to sell someone a more expensive home. A common thread I have noticed with most people I work with is, They always start low. ( which I can understand)  Quite a few will start in one range and then increase to a higher point to find what they like. Since they don’t know the price range of the area they will always start low.

By moving up in price from $250k to $270k and below you open up a lot more possibilities in communities and homes with  garages and other features. Also remember the prices you are seeing on my website are typically negotiable and simply a starting point. ( note: no two sellers are alike)

If you would like/ appreciate Colonial Heritage there is a detached home in there for $269k list price. I would bet it can be bought for less. Interesting the lowest price sale in the last 12 months was $280K

It’s interesting there is always a 50/50 split on where the folks I work with want to live.
One group does not want to live with a bunch of old fogies…

The others do !

Hope this helps

Call me or email me for further information, a personal tour or to receive an updated list of all homes that fit your criteria.




Williamsburg VA- Foundation Square Condos

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Amazing… you can live in Foundation Square in New Town for as little as $914 per month (principal and interest on your mortgage payment) for the first year.  Now is the time to act!

During the first year, you’ll benefit from a 2% reduction on your rate.  You’ll pay based on the locked-in rate of 4.25% (4.603% APR).  For example, on a $299,900 luxury condo with 20% down payment on a 30-year $239,920 fixed-rate mortgage you would make:

12 monthly payments of $914 with an interest rate of 2.25%. 

This will be followed by 348 payments of $1177 with an interest rate of 4.25%.

Why wait when you can take advantage of the great interest rates & wonderful limited time incentives!

* Offer may not exceed maximum seller contribution limits established by lender.  Payments and rates listed above are based upon 1/16/09 SunTrust Mortgage Rates.  Payments and rates provided by Jolynn Musel, SunTrust Mortgage, 

Rates subject to change.  See below for SunTrust Mortgage Disclosure.

Foundation Square’s architect, Magoon & Associates,

recently won the Award of Merit by the

Hampton Roads Association for Commercial Real Estate

for their beautiful work over at Foundation Square!

call anytime for an appointment!   John Womeldorf/ Buyers Agent with Liz Moore and Associates at (757)  254- 8136.

Living in Foundation Square makes life easier!

Free yourself from the daily upkeep of house and yardwork!

Have the ability to leave for faraway destinations on a moments notice!

Tired of walking up steps all the time?  With direct elevator access from the private underground garage level to your residential floor, here you will find true one-level living.  There is even a generator dedicated only to Foundation Square that operates the elevators in case of a power outage!

Enjoy your own assigned deeded parking space in Foundation Square’s gated and private underground garage!

At Foundation Square, you will be living in the center of New Town!  Stroll down tree lined streets to fantastic restaurants, shopping, the bookstore, the movie theater, doctors, dentists and more!

Living in Foundation Square affords you the opportunity to focus your energy on where it should be… YOU!

Be it rock bottom interest rates or the possibility of no mortgage payments for up to the first six months, we will work with you to determine the most advantageous way to use the limited time incentives!  We look forward to speaking with you soon!




Williamsburg VA Real Estate High Street Update

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WILLIAMSBURG VA From an article in the VA Gazette by Steve Vaughn, Dec, 17 2008

  —High Street has a new real estate agent for the residential properties and a new emphasis as well.

 Dan Aston of Roseland Property Co., the developer of High Street, said market demand has spurred construction of the condos sooner than planned, starting in spring.


“The demographics that we’re appealing to tell us that’s what we want, so we’ll be starting them sooner than we originally planned,” he said.

Sixteen townhomes are built and another 16 are planned. William E. Wood had been handling sales of the townhomes.

“The contract was up and we chose to go with Prudential McCardle instead,” Aston said. Roseland itself manages rental of the the King’s Manor apartments, which are already open.

Roseland will also manage the more than 200,000 feet of commercial space in High Street, although Aston said the company uses a nationally known commercial leasing agent based in Michigan to help attract clients.

The first of those commercial clients will open soon. Five Guys Burgers & Fries ( my favorite) is opening Jan. 5. There’s also a firm date for the opening of High Street’s anchor attraction, the Movie Tavern theater. It will open March 20.

High Street’s only other announced commercial tenant, Kilwin’s ice cream parlor, should open prior to the theater, according to Aston.

Other possibilities include coffeehouses, more restaurants and possibly a supermarket

Click here to search all New, Resale, Condos and Town Homes in the High Street community/ PUD in the city of Williamsburg Virginia

John Womeldorf is Mr. Williamsburg, sharing his thoughts, real estate expertise, and “all things Williamsburg” in an effort to spread the word that Williamsburg and Hampton Roads, Virginia is the greatest place on earth to live!

Contact me at John@MrWilliamsburg.com

Research the area at www.WilliamsburgsRealEstate.com

Or ask any questions about homes, neighborhoods, schools, amenities, recreation , shopping or anything else about the area.

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Braemar Creek Condos A Williamsburg VA Community Spotlight by “Mr Williamsburg”

Braemar Creek at Greensprings Plantation

Surrounded by the Williamsburg National Golf Course Braemar Creek at Greensprings Plantation is an innovatively designed town home style condominium community located just minutes from New Town and Monticello Marketplace in James City County Williamsburg VA. A 2½ acre lake, and and a 200 acre nature preserve are close by as well
Braemar Creek at Greensprings Plantation will be comprised of two separate collections of homes. One, two, and three bedrooms, sun rooms, media rooms, downstairs bedrooms and garages are just some of the features showcased in the twelve models that are available at Braemar Creek.

The Woodlands Collection areattractively priced starting under $200k. 6 different models are available with floor plans to suit most anyone. One floor and two floor models are available.

The newest addition to the community of Braemar Creek is the The Linkside Collection . These luxury, maintenance-free condominium community feature two and three bedrooms homes all with  with garages, some with sun rooms and screened patios. These attached condominium homes attractively priced in the mid 200’s.5 different floor plans are available with with both one and two level designs. Braemar Creek Amenities include:  A huge 3500 square foot clubhouse that contains an extensive Workout Room, Lounge, a Full Scale Kitchen, Game Area with Big Screen Tv and Fireplace, Huge Porch That Overlooks the 30×60′ Pool , Playground, Tennis Courts

Plantation Group, LLC,  is the Williamsburg area member of The Bush Companies, a closely held group of companies affiliated through overlapping ownership and common management. Formed in 1990 to serve as the developer and builder of the Powhatan Plantation and Greensprings Plantation resort properties, the Company took its name based upon its involvement with interval ownership resorts having “Plantation” in their names. Today, four interval ownership resort properties in the Williamsburg area have Plantation Group, LLC as their land developer and builder.

Other local area credits of the Company and its principals include development of the 1,402-acre Greensprings Plantation community in James City County In addition to Foundation Square in New Town, the Company is also under contract for the construction of two major office buildings within New Town’s Discovery Park.

Primarily a luxury multi-family residential development organization, The Bush Companies market extends from Baltimore to Lexington Kentucky. Recent credits in the region include “414 Water Street,” a 30-story Inner Harbor condominium in Baltimore that is under construction and nearly sold out and “The Residences at Station Square,” a 309-unit condominium in the final stages of delivery to purchasers located just two blocks from the Clarendon Metro station in Arlington, Virginia.

Plantation Group, LLC and its principals take pride in delivering their customers residences with innovative designs and standard luxury features that provide an exceptional value at a very competitive price.

Click here to Search all town home condo homes for sale at Braemar Creek both new and resale 

As of 11/24/2008 there were 28 condos for sale in Braemar Creek. Prices ranged from $202,000 to $319,900. Sizes ranged from 1192 to almost 2000 square feet of living space. In the last 12 months there were 38 sales in Braemar Creek . The majority of these were new. 6 are currently under contract.  All salesa figures are from the Williamsburg Area Association of Realtors MLS ( WAAR)

New Town Williamsburg VA

Explore New Town in Williamsburg VA

What is so special about New Town in Williamsburg VA? Theatres. Great restaurants. Gift shops, bookstores, and healthcare facilities all located within walking distance from your home. A bustling town center, retail stores and office space also serve this community of new homes and businesses.

New Town embraces the idea of “new urbanism”, where neighborhoods are designed to be diverse, accessible, safe, and self-sustaining. Careful planning and development integrate residential, commercial and green space, enabling residents to live in a pedestrian setting, and live, work and play right within their own community.

Green parks, trails and open spaces surround the spacious lofts, apartments, and town homes in New Town. Condos are available in New Town both in Bennington and in the newly opened Foundation Square. Prices start in the $200’s and range to over $450k.  Town Homes are still readily available in New Town both new and resale. All have garages either attached or detached. 2, 3, 4 bedroom town homes are available with prices starting in the mid $250’s . Abbey Commons, Chelsea Green and Savannah Square are some of the neighborhoods found within New Town.  Detached homes are soon to be available in New Town . Pricing is yet to be determined. If you would like to be the first to know about these homes email John@MrWilliamsburg.com  or call me at 757 254 8136 .Open acreage and trails provide ample room for walking, biking and other types of outdoor recreation. Commerce thrives in the Discovery Business Park, a setting designed to foster research and development ventures with the nearby College of William and Mary. New retail, dining and service businesses continue to join the bustling business district of New Town.

Sitting on the front porch with a glass of cold lemonade. Strolling along spacious sidewalks and stopping to chat with neighbors. Walking to the ice cream parlor…or even walking to work! These things are what made traditional neighborhoods so endearing and enduring, imparting a lasting sense of community. New Town in Williamsburg VA offers residents the best of both worlds, combining an old-fashioned neighborhood feeling with the latest in amenities, technology, and commerce.

Would you like to explore the real estate possibilities in New Town further ? Click here to search all condos town homes and detached homes for sale in New town, Williamsburg VA

Click here to search housing possibilities in all other communities in the Williamsburg, James City County, York County, New Kent County, areas of Virginia

Williamsburg VA Condos and Town homes

Question: We are interested in exploring housing options in Williamsburg, Va . We would like to be as close to the restored area of Colonial Williamsburg VA as possible. However, when I search for information on downtown living there, I only come up with communities that seem to reside out the town of Williamsburg. Are their any condo or town-home neighborhoods or communities closer into town near the college of William and Mary ? If you could give some general information on what options exist? Thank you in advance.

Answer: This is a question I am asked quite often. It’s surprising how many people dream about moving to Williamsburg Va. Some have had children attend school at William and Mary and grown to enjoy the city from numerous visits other simply like living amongst history and after visiting many time throughout the years finally make a decision to move. Some have been second home buyers who will test the waters before committing to full time living her in Williamsburg. The tax rate at .54 per $100 is one of the lowest rate around the area. It is almost half the rate of neighboring cities on the peninsula. I’m not sure what your price range is but the closest townhome/condos Would be Counselors Close neighborhood It has a very traditional Williamsburg Look and feel but is priced in the $500k + range.There are a few condo developments about 1 mile from the Colonial area of Williamsburg The Woodland off of Jamestown Rd, The Oaks off of South Henry near rt 199 both sell in the $250k + price range. There is Wyndham and Wyndham Plantation near Colonial Parkway off Capital Landing Rd that sells for the $300k-$400k price range. A little further away is Brandywyne a community of detached upscale homes with small yards. All yard maintenance is included in the homeowner fees at Brandywyne. Bristol Commons is another condo community in the city located near the new High Street Development. Prices there start in the low $200,000 for two bedroom condos. Further out still on the Bypass but still within the city limits of Williamsburg are Claiborne and Westgate Condos. Both start in the low $200,000 for two bedroom condos. The Village at Quarterpath is  a brand new community about 1/2 a mile from the restored area of Colonial Williamsburg. Both attached townhomes and detached homes. Prices for townhomes in Quarter Path start at $280,000 for two bedroom townhomes. Detached homes anywhere  close ( walking distance) to the restored area of Colonial Williamsburg ares going to be more expensive than townhomes/ condos a few miles away in James City County. You may want to consider New Town. Condos there start in the $230k price range for one bedrooms or $255,000+ for two bedroom condos. Bennington and Foundation Square are the two condo developments in New Town. Both offer elevators. Foundation Square has underground parking, BEnnington offers assigned carports for parking. Townhomes in New Town range from around $300,000 to $500,000. Square footage in these townhomes range from 1600 to over 3000. New Town is only 3-4 miles from the Colonial Area of Williamsburg has almost all of the conveniences you would need to live. Grocery Store ( Trader Joes just opened), Restaurants ( at last count there were 19+ places to eat in New Town) , Banks, Medical offices, Movie theater, Barnes & Noble and many more shops. Bus service is available to other areas of Williamsburg VA
High Street is a brand new development just being developed in the City of Williamsburg on Bypass Rd about 2 miles from the Restored area of CW. It will feature Townhomes with starting prices in the high $400’s. It will be another planned community ( like New Town) but on a smaller scale, featuring shops , restaurants,movie theater. If you want to consider condos a little farther from the center of town there are numerous communities with prices starting in the low $200,000’s. It only takes a few hours to tour all of the developments in the area .Please contact  me if you would like to take a brief tour and see all of the available options for housing in Williamsburg VA.

I will post a few photos of each condo and town home neighborhood in Williamsburg, Virginia so that you can get a feel for each area/ neighborhood.

Williamsburg VA Real Estate High Street Delayed till 2009

Here are a few photos to show you what’s happening at High Street in Williamsburg, Virignia. The opening for the Movie Tavern theater in High Street, Williamsburg VA’s news TND community has been pushed to Spring of 2009. Construction delays and design changes to the theater are the cause.

To familiarize you with the Movie Tavern concept here is a brief description: full wait-staff service in each theatre.First-run movies with a casual dining menu offering a wide range of choices that include fresh off the grill burgers, homemade pizzas, popular appetizer and dessert selections, beer, wine, and margaritas. Of course, you can always get traditional concession items, such as soft drinks, candy, and fresh-popped popcorn as well.
Movie Tavern combines the enjoyment of movies with an in-theatre dining experience. A menu of Classic American favorites is served to Movie Tavern guests while they enjoy first-run films in state-of-the-art auditoriums.  Tiered or stadium seating in all auditoriums, including executive high-back leather rocker chairs. A menu consisting of dozens of chef-prepared chicken, chopped salads, appetizers, hand-tossed pizzas, signature sandwiches, black angus burgers, and delectable desserts. Tables in front of all theatre seats. Full service bar and lounge. Food and drink orders taken and delivered at your seat in each theater.  Plasma screens showing sporting events and other popular programming in the bar/lounge.

Movie Tavern combines the enjoyment of movies with an in-theatre dining experience. A menu of Classic American favorites is served to Movie Tavern guests while they enjoy first-run films in state-of-the-art auditoriums.

Roseland the High Street developer has pushed back the opening of the retail stores as well. They are scheduled to open in Spring of 2009. The only announced tenants/ stores are Kilwins Ice Cream ( a celebrated part of Northern Michigan since 1947. Kilwins has earned a reputation for it’s quality products and excellent service. Using only the finest and freshest ingredients)  and Five Guys Burgers and Fries. ( One of the best burgers I have eaten, great fries too !)  It has been said there are an additional 10- 15 stores that are still to be announced.

The residential section of High Street is coming along without any delay. Residents are already living in the Luxury Sterling Manor Apartments,  Approximately 16 town homes with detached garages are mostly complete. Landscaping and interiors are being finished as I write this. The models should be open soon.

Roseland Property Company the developer of High Street  is a full-service real estate organization primarily involved in the development and construction of waterfront and mixed-use residential properties throughout the northeastern United States.

They have substantial experience in waterfront and brown fields redevelopment. Roseland Property Company  has won several recent designations as developer or co-developer for projects with national significance such as Pier One in Boston, Massachusetts where Roseland is redeveloping one-half mile of Boston Harbor into a luxury residential community; the Hingham Shipyard in Hingham, Massachusetts, where the company will create a residential/retail waterfront development; and the State of New Jersey’s first-ever transit village, The Highlands at Morristown, that will couple convenient commuter rail transportation with luxury apartment living and major retail conveniences.

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Williamsburg VA Real Estate New Town

Map of New Town Williamsburg
Map of New Town Williamsburg

New Urbanism is the core design philosophy of New Town, Williamsburg, VA. This international movement seeks to create a more sustainable building approach by balancing homes, jobs, and the preservation of meaningful open spaces on a more human scale. No big boxes, no mega-malls, just what we need for great living, where we need it.

The CNU’s Charter of the New Urbanism says:

We advocate the restructuring of public policy and development practices to support the following principles: neighborhoods should be diverse in use and population; communities should be designed for the pedestrian and transit as well as the car; cities and towns should be shaped by physically defined and universally accessible public spaces and community institutions; urban places should be framed by architecture and landscape design that celebrate local history, climate, ecology, and building practice.

Founded nearly thirty years ago by forward thinking planners and architects, New Urbanism has found national and international successes and is no longer considered Utopian theory about how we can live.

In the last two decades, amazing places like Seaside and Celebration, Florida,Stapleton Colorado, Kentlands, Maryland, and Harbor Town, Tennessee, have seen the return of not only community, but of sustainable value. Kids are safely outdoors more, neighbors know each other better, everyone cares more about the community in which they live.

What’s more, these communities are showing that higher densities with meaningful green spaces create a lasting value, both financially and socially.

New Urbanism seeks to provide transportation alternatives while creating positive places. By reducing automobile dependence and providing mobility choices, places like New Town, Williamsburg, VA can reduce the cost of living and the cost of commuting at the same time.

I encourage you to learn more about the New Urbanism by visiting the Congress for the New Urbanism at www.cnu.org.

New Town, Williamsburg, VA business districts are like nothing you may have experienced in a suburban setting.

Shops, entertainment, and a vibrant office environment work together in perfect synergy to satisfy the daily needs of residents while providing unparalleled choice to those who visit.

It’s another way that New Town, Williamsburg, VA raises the bar on complete living, meeting all of the needs of the community, businesses and residents alike.

Forget what you know about shopping in suburbia. You won’t find the endless sea of strip malls and parking lots in New Town, Williamsburg, VA.  What you will find is a return of what has long been missing from our daily lives…what you want, where you want it.

 At New Town you can drop off the kids to their dance class, walk to the corner for coffee, get some other errands done, without ever getting in the car.

What’s even better is that you can do it all in walking distance from your home.

The retail is aimed at the needs of those that live here, and is located with a keen eye on convenience. Whether it’s a salon, the groceries, or the gym, all will are thoughtfully available in a way that makes life easier for you.

What could be a better commute than no commute at all?

In New Town, Williamsburg, VA, the distance barriers are being broken down down for all types of business environments, and the office is no exception. Who said offices should be separate from the places that we live and play. Big and smaller companies alike  have space walkable to dozens of restaurants, shops and services. No more rushing the lunch hour. 

The only drawback to living and working ion New Town ? No more calling in late because of a back up on I-64!

In most suburban communities, taking a walk means putting your health in jeopardy because you are sharing roads that are built to move cars, not pedestrians.  New Town, Williamsburg, VA  turns this notion on end, recognizing that one of the best sustainable practices is providing the opportunity to walk and bike to most daily needs.New Town, Williamsburg, VA  encourages walking by creating beautiful environments to walk through, making it an easy decision to leave the car in the garage more often.

Design details like narrow streets and wide sidewalks  ensure that the streets of New Town, Williamsburg, VA are inviting to the pedestrian, making a sensible choice of what was once not an option in the suburbs.

Neighborhood Parks

In  New Town, Williamsburg, VA everyone has the chance to experience wonderful outdoor settings within easy walking distance from their homes. No matter where you are in New Town, Williamsburg, VA  there are plazas, greens and courtyards. You will surely find your personal favorite among the dozens of neighborhood parks.

In New Town the streets are interconnected with  each other and provides over four miles of continuous trails through over three hundred acres of park system. 

Roads/ Transportation

Roads. There have always been too few to handle the traffic of the suburbs. The fact is, there will never be enough roads if cars are the only way to get around.

Bicycles have easy routes to all corners of the community, allowing for more than recreational rides. Expect to see more people shopping and going to work by bike as they recognize the ease of getting out of the fast lane in New Town, Williamsburg, VA

 Community buses provide chances for residents to conveniently travel to Colonial Williamsburg and other parts of James City County without having to drive and park. 

There is an Amtrak Station within a few miles in Williamsburg which  provides a link to Downtown Richmond, Washington DC, Philadelphia, New York City and beyond.

Most importantly, New Town is proving that businesses and homes can exist in close proximity enabling people to live in a truly walkable distance from nearly all of their daily needs. At  New Town, Williamsburg, VA  the choice of how you travel is back in your hands. 


 New Town, Williamsburg, VA is a place for all people. It is that simple. Gone is the notion that you have to have kids, or have to be an “active adult” or other category of lifestyle. A wide  variety of styles of housing, providing equal opportunities for living by those of vastly different means.

The American Dream of today is different than that of decades ago. Today, we want something more than anything else…our time.  New Town, Williamsburg, VA gives people more of their day to make choices that are meaningful to them.


In New Town, Williamsburg, VA residents will not have to fight traffic on their way home from work or venture far from their front door to pick up a loaf of bread. Social, leisure, and entertainment opportunities are equally accessible and convenient.

Housing choices are plentiful in New Town. Mid Rise Condos are available in both Bennington on the Park and Foundation Square, Town homes are available in Abbey Commons, Savannah Square and Chelsea Green,  prices range from the low $200’s for condos to around $500k for the largest town homes .Floor plans range in size from 1200 to over 3000 square feet.  Detached homes will be available in the future. Prices and plans have yet to be announced. There are also town home style apartments for rent available at Oxford of New Town


As of today I counted 20 different places to eat in New Town. There should be a place for everyone’s taste. It includes : Art Cafe 26, Barnes and Noble, Bonefish Grill, Buon Amici, California,Tortilla, Center Street Grill, Cheeburger Cheeburger, CoCo Chocolatier, Great Harvest Bread Co, Green Leafe New Town, Harbour Coffee , Ichiban ( chinese cuisine), Maggie Moos Ice Cream, New Town Coffee and Tea, Opus 9 Steakhouse, Panera, Quiznos, Thai Pot and The Corner Pocket ( a billiard parlor as well as restaraunt)

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Williamsburg VA Real Estate “Quarterpath at Williamsburg VA Town homes and detached homes

Williamsburg Va homes ” Village at Quarterpath”

The foundation at The Village at Quarterpath could not be more appropriate for which to build a unique and very special community of homes. A mix of town homes and detached single family homes will be carefully positioned along quiet, neighbor-friendly streets. Most of the homes will feature rear-loading garage convenience with private rear-access roads resulting in quiet thoroughfares throughout the community.
…. A large village green is located at the entrance to the community and is designed to invite homeowners for neighborhood gatherings and activities. The space will be perfect for weekend relaxation, community events and quiet reflection.
Upon completion, 77 exceptional homes will grace the site at The Village at Quarterpath and enable residents to live in the heart of history in Williamsburg, Virginia!
Introductory Prices currently start in the $280’s for Townhomes. Pictured is the Peyton Randolph a 1900 sq foot two bedroom Townhome. It features Bay Windows on the first and second floors and a courtyard between the home and it’s detached two car garage.


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Kingsmill Williamsburg VA History/ Tradition

Kingsmill Williamsburg VA

Kingsmill Williamsburg VA




Steeped in a tradition of gracious Southern hospitality, Kingsmill heralds a rich history dating back to Colonial America. The bucolic land located along the banks of the mighty James River was considered as a permanent base when encountered by the Englishmen on May


12, 1607

. They decided to settle at Jamestown the next day. Located in the heart of Virginia’s Historic Triangle, it should come as no surprise that the land now known as Kingsmill featured a bustling Virginia plantation from 1619 through the 1800s.

Today, Kingsmill retains those magnificent traits inherent in Kingsmill’s early days with grand accommodations, gracious hospitality and stately service.

Kingsmill played a significant role in the growth and development of the Jamestown colony. When the first settlers arrived in Virginia, colonist Gabriel Archer proposed to his fellow pioneers to consider the currently-named Hope section of Kingsmill their new home. Thought to be a true paradise and idyllic locale for their homesteads, the settlers eventually made their home slightly west at Jamestown, which permitted their ships to anchor closer to shore.

More than a decade later, the first 300 acres of Kingsmill would be settled by



Richard Kingsmill

, a member of the Virginia Company, an organization chartered in England and charged with the founding and settlement of Virginia.

Several other early colonists played a significant part in the development of Kingsmill and the growth of nearby Williamsburg VA.



Col. Lewis Burwell III

was a member of the Governor’s Council, the first elected legislative assembly of the new world. He inherited his grandfather’s lands and built Kingsmill Plantation, titling it after the original owner.

Col. Thomas Pettus

was a prominent land owner and also served on the Governor’s Council. After his death, Pettus’ lands passed to James Bray II, his widowed daughter-in-law’s new husband.

James Bray II

was one of the first legislative representatives for the new City of Williamsburg and acted as a Burgess and Justice of the Peace for the County.

These brave new adventurers carved out a gracious existence along the banks of the mighty James River. The foundations of several notable historical sites can still be found at Kingsmill Resort & Spa.

Kingsmill Plantation

Col. Burwell’s Kingsmill Plantation was at the core of a thriving, small riverbank community with its own compilation of mansions, outbuildings and slave quarters, as well as an attended ferry landing and flourishing population.

The Plantation’s grand mansion was situated on the current Plantation golf course and overlooked the majestic James River. The 4,800-square-foot manor house was two-stories tall, built of brick and contained eight rooms. Granite stairs manufactured in Wales lead to two acres of beautiful terraced gardens on the river side of the mansion.

The plantation also included two brick dependencies, a coach house, dairy, stable, barn and two wells. Although the main house was destroyed by fire in 1844, the two flanking dependencies and original garden steps remain. These buildings can be viewed on the second hole of the Plantation Course.

Burwell’s Landing

Col. Burwell also established the Burwell’s Landing ferry and warehouse. This water landing became a major port of entry for Williamsburg during the 18th century and played a significant part in the American Revolution. The site is visible from the 17th golf hole of Kingsmill Resort’s River Course.

Burwell’s Ordinary

As Burwell’s Landing grew in commercial importance, it developed into a social hub with the operation of the Ordinary at Burwell Landing. The Ordinary at Burwell Landing provided travelers with entertainment, horse stables, storage and supplies. This site can be visited on the River Course’s 17th hole.

Pettus Plantation

Col. Pettus built his plantation in the 1640s and titled it Littletown Plantation. A profitable tobacco plantation, it was located on property now featuring Kingsmill Resort’s marina. Littletown Plantation’s manor house encompassed six rooms, several outbuildings and a well, all of which are marked at the site.

Bray Plantation

Around 1700, James Bray II constructed a brick house flanked by out-buildings overlooking the James River. The substantial foundations of this home still stand today and the main house, dependency and well are located on the path between the resort center and the spa.

William M. Kelso, Ph.D., director of Archaeology for the APVA Preservation Virginia and author of


Kingsmill Plantations,

wrote about the excavation at Kingsmill. “The study at Kingsmill, where numerous plantation sites represented the entire social and economic range of plantation life in colonial Virginia from her earliest years, promised to reveal for the first time substantial archaeological information about country life,” he wrote.

Ever cognizant of environmental and historical issues unique to Williamsburg and the Kingsmill lands, Anheuser-Busch is committed to preserving and maintaining the historical record of Kingsmill’s history. Artifacts from the excavations are on display at the resort’s conference center, the Jamestown Settlement museum, Historic Jamestowne and at the Virginia Historical Society in Richmond. In addition to the preservation of historical sites throughout Kingsmill, the names of original settlers have been preserved and incorporated into the naming of streets and subdivisions within the resort and in the residential division Kingsmill on the James.

*William M. Kelso’s



Kingsmill Plantations 1619-1800: Archaeology of Country Life in Colonial Virginia, published by University of Virginia Press, 1984.


Kingsmill Resort & Spa added to its extensive list of prestigious honors in 2007/2008 including:


Silver Award for Best Resorts from Golf magazine


One of the Best Places to Golf in the mid-Atlantic from Golf magazine


The Gold Tee Award by Meetings and Conventions


The Pinnacle Award by Successful Meetings


One of the 75 best golf resorts in North America by Golf Digest


Award of Excellence by Corporate & Incentive Travel


Greens of Distinction by Corporate & Incentive Travel


The Paragon Award by Corporate Meetings & Incentives


The AAA 4-Diamond Award


One of the Best Golf Resorts by Travel + Leisure Golf


One of the Best Buddy Trips by Travel + Leisure Golf


One of the Best for Family Trips by Travel + Leisure Golf


One of the 25 Best Family Golf Resorts by Golfforwomen.com


One of the 20 Family-Friendly Hotels by Woman’s Day











Kingsmill’s River Course also received several top honors:


One of the Best New Remodels by Golf Digest


4th place on the Virginia State Ranking by Golf Digest


One of the Best Golf Courses by Travel + Leisure Golf




At Kingsmill Resort & Spa, 425 extraordinary villa-style guest rooms and suites afford the ultimate in tranquility by combining refined luxury and relaxing comfort. Stylish, cozy furnishings, the finest bed linens,

pristine porcelain-tiled bathrooms and plush cotton robes offer a calm escape to even the busiest of travelers.

The comfortable elegance of each room is matched only by the scenic, lush settings of the surrounding resort. Each suite offers breathtaking views of either the James River, Warham’s Pond, one of Kingsmill’s signature golf courses, or the tennis center. The rooms also provide close proximity to fine dining, an extensive fitness center, the marina and The Spa at Kingsmill.

Earning the Pinnacle Award from


Successful Meetings magazine, Kingsmill Resort & Spa accommodations provide a convenient respite for business travelers as well. Each suite and villa features wireless Internet access for laptop computers. A fresh cup of coffee brewed from their in-room Starbucks ® coffee maker is sure to get any business trip off to a great start.


Consistently ranked among the best by the nation’s foremost golf publications, Kingsmill’s immaculate courses define the resort as the region’s premier golf destination. As the largest golf resort in Virginia, Kingsmill boasts three world-class courses, one nine-hole, par-3 course and an array of golf amenities. Kingsmill’s greens feature Bent grass, while fairways have Hybrid Bermuda grass from June to September, and Rye grass from October to May. The typical green speed is 10 to 10.5, providing a professional level of play. These professionally-designed courses offer an opportunity to experience golf on challenging holes and beautiful vistas.


The River Course, designed and renovated by world-renowned golf architect Pete Dye, features recontoured greens, expanded tees, reshaped fairways and rebuilt bunker complexes. The improvements are designed to accommodate a wider variety of golf enthusiasts, providing a challenging yet enjoyable game. This course also is home to the LPGA’s annual Michelob ULTRA Open at Kingsmill.


The Plantation Course has been named in the top 10 of the “50 Best Courses for Women” by


Golf for Women magazine. It was designed by Arnold Palmer and incorporates undulating greens into the natural landscape with historic landmarks to create a challenging and beautiful layout for players of all abilities.


The Woods Course, designed by Tom Clark and Curtis Strange, two-time U.S. Open champion, opened in July 1995. It features wide fairways, deep ravines and a spectacular wooded setting. Upon opening, the Woods Course was named among


Golf magazine’s “Top 10 New Courses Available for Public Play.” Subsequently, the course has been voted one of the “Top Ten Courses to Play in Virginia” by Golfweek and ranked one of “America’s Best Resort Courses.” The Woods Course features its own clubhouse and golf shop.


The nine-hole, par-3 Bray Links course is designed to suit all types of players, from beginners to low-handicappers. Located between the James River and the Resort Center, course holes range in length from 58 to 109 yards.


The 20,000-square-foot clubhouse is centrally located near the Conference Center. The Golf Pro Shop offers the latest in golf equipment and apparel. Kingsmill’s Golf Pro Shop has been ranked by


Golf Shop magazine as one of the “100 Best Golf Shops” throughout the United States for 2006 and has also been listed as one of the top “25 Best Resort Golf Shops” for its exquisite golf inventory and personal service. The locker rooms feature cherry oak lockers and full-service attention. The golf club’s Eagles restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner in a casual setting with a view of the James River and the 18th green of the River Course.


The Golf Academy is a year-round program offering first-class instructional facilities in one-, two- and three-day schools. With a 5:1 student to teacher ratio, each golf instruction class offers individual attention using proven exercises and drills, thereby ensuring game improvement for each golfer. Professional instructors teach fundamental skills that lead to a consistent swing with special emphasis on the short game. If one-on-one attention is preferred, a series of individual lessons are available daily. Kingsmill also offers special golf programs including a golf school tailored exclusively for women golfers of all skill levels, as well as junior golf camps.

Golf Academy tuition includes accommodations, instruction, range fees, bag storage, green and cart fees on school days and complimentary use of the fitness center. Participants also receive an equipment evaluation and take-home video analysis of their golf swing.


Kingsmill’s Golf Academy features Titleist, TaylorMade, Callaway, Cobra and Ping Custom Fitting Solutions, which combine the club expertise of these leading golf manufacturers with the swing expertise of Kingsmill Resort’s PGA professionals to equip guests with a set of golf clubs customized to body and swing type. Available throughout the year, this unique service allows golfers to have longer, more accurate drives, consistent wedge play and fewer putts per round.


For more than a quarter of a century, Kingsmill Resort & Spa has played host to both the PGA and LPGA. This time-honored tradition continues in 2008 as the Michelob ULTRA Open once again calls Kingsmill home. The LPGA tournament, played on the world-renowned River Course, will he held May 5-11, when the stars of the LPGA Tour will compete against defending champion, Suzann Pettersen, for their share of $2.2 million—one of the richest purses on tour. The MUO won four of the 10 award categories in the LPGA Best Practices players’ poll, including the top honor of “Best Event on Tour.”

In addition to showcasing world-class professional golf, the Michelob ULTRA Open tournament week includes three pro-am events, a fashion show and junior clinic. More than just an exciting experience, guest participation and attendance at these events helps benefit those in need. Over the past four years, the tournament has donated more than $1 million to deserving charities. The May tournament draws more than 60,000 fans and has become one of the top LPGA events on the tour. In 2007, the LPGA players voted to award the tournament with four Best Practices Awards:

• Best Overall Event on Tour

• Best Caddie Hospitality

• Best Family Hospitality

• Best Party


From the Budweiser Poached Shrimp to the AmberBock Truffle Tart, Chef Brent Wertz, Kingsmill Resort’s Executive Chef, infuses prime meats, seafood, and vegetables with unique ingredients and seasonings to produce innovative dishes. When visiting one of Kingsmill Resort’s restaurants, guests will experience creative culinary delights.


The Bray Bistro is the epitome of sophisticated Southern cuisine. Fresh, seasonal ingredients create a sumptuous meal. From Peach Tea to Po-Boys to Sweet Potato Bread Pudding, each meal is a sophisticated rendition of an old favorite. A team of award-winning culinary masters have developed an array of inventive dishes designed to please the most sophisticated palate. Great pride is taken in presentation with each masterpiece artistically displayed and elegantly served. Panoramic views of the James River serve as a breathtaking backdrop to this fine dining experience.

For those seeking an equally delicious yet more casual dining experience, The Bray Bistro offers a renowned Sunday brunch and Friday night Chesapeake Seafood Buffet—two of the most popular dining experiences at the resort.


This authentic steak and chophouse features Kingsmill’s exclusive beechwood-smoked cooking. The innovative process involves cold-smoking beef, chops, poultry and seafood over Budweiser-bathed beechwood chips to create Eagles’ signature taste. The result is succulent, flavorful dishes. The culinary team uses the freshest Anheuser-Busch products produced locally at the Anheuser-Busch Williamsburg Brewery, located adjacent to the resort. With gorgeous panoramic views of the River Course and the James River, Eagles is a perfect location for relaxing lunches or romantic dinners.



At the café, pizzas are cooked to perfection inside the wood-burning oven. Italian specialties like paninis and pastas make Regattas’ Café a favorite for lunch or dinner. .




Dark wood, plush chairs, homey fireplaces, and a view overlooking the James River make Moody’s Tavern the perfect place to unwind after a day of meetings. Located on the top floor of the Resort Center and open during the evenings, you can  take in a game on the large-screen TV, play a game of pool or enjoying good conversation.



Open seasonally, the Marina Bar & Grille is the perfect setting for a casual good time with friends. Guests can sit outdoors along the James River and enjoy delicious light fare and live entertainment. The outdoor fireplace is particularly cozy during cool weather.


Kingsmill Resort offers award-winning meeting, banquet and conference facilities to accommodate groups from 10 to 500. The resort offers more than 16,000 square feet of IACC-certified meeting space encompassing 16 meeting rooms. In addition to Kingmill’s conference level space, the resort offers two ballrooms ranging from 4,000 to 6,050 square feet.


Kayaking excursions, fishing, kid’s camps, hiking, biking and world-class tennis are just some of the recreational amenities offered by Kingsmill Resort & Spa.


The full service marina at Kingsmill Resort offers 15 transient boat slips where boaters may enjoy “room service” as well as boat stocking services with food and beverage. The resort is located 35 miles upriver from the Hampton Roads Bridge Tunnel and off channel marker #40 on the James River. It’s just a short cruise from the Intracoastal Waterway and the Chesapeake Bay, and the marina offers concrete floating docks, increased slip size, water and power connections, dockside fuel service and a harbor shop. Docked boaters also have complimentary use of the Kingsmill Sports Club and have access to resort golf courses, spa, tennis facilities and restaurants. Kingsmill guests may take advantage of boat rentals that include kayaks, paddle boats and Jon boats. Fishing also is available from the resort’s standing pier and equipment, including fishing licenses, is sold at the harbor shop.


The 2,200-square-foot fitness center, , features Cybex Eagle Circuit training equipment, 28 cardiovascular stations, racquetball courts, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, group fitness classes, an extensive free weight area and professional staff to assist guests in meeting fitness goals.


Listed as one of the top 50 tennis resorts in the world by tennisresortsonline.com, the Kingsmill Tennis Center offers 15 courts, including six Hydro Courts™ with two lighted courts for evening play. A player’s lounge and locker facilities provide for the enjoyment and convenience of guests.

Tennis programs include the Tennis Academy with camps, private and semi-private lessons; Play with the Pro; Junior Training sessions and playdays; junior clinics; stroke of the day; and videotaping. Ball machine, ball hoppers and racquet rentals are available for a fee.




This Williamsburg resort offers young people ages 5 to12 an outlet for every interest from sports to health and beauty to arcade games. Throughout the summer and on holidays, Kingsmill Resort & Spa offers a variety of children’s programs designed to keep kids active and engaged.


Spa Kamp:

Kids have the opportunity to get their nails painted, have a massaging footbath and learn how to do mini facials from Kingsmill professionals—with comfy spa robes.



Kid’s Kamp:

Kids choose from a variety of activities ranging from craft projects to physical fitness classes including children’s boot camp and yoga, as well as time playing in the pool or at the arcade. This camp includes a host of activities, a healthy lunch and tons of fun.



Kid’s Night Out: Kids will make pizza, golf, visit the arcade with tokens, or play at the outdoor playground. Afterwards, kids can enjoy movies and a snack in the activities center, the game room or indoor pool area..


The Spa at Kingsmill offers a diverse spa menu customized to bring the ever-growing need of mind and body restoration to spa enthusiasts. One of the newest additions to the spa is the Kingsmill Sampler, a luxurious exploration of the most popular massages. It includes a combination of Swedish and deep tissue strokes, hot stones, reflexology and aromatherapy and is just one example of how The Spa at Kingsmill offers clients the opportunity to experience the ultimate in body relaxation and luxury.

The Spa at Kingsmill features dedicated massage rooms, facial rooms, a wet treatment suite, manicure and pedicure stations, hair care salon and spa cuisine lunch. For truly sublime skin care, services include skin-purifying facials, exfoliating and moisturizing body treatments, manicures, pedicures and botanical body wraps. In addition to a full spa menu aimed at adults, the spa offers specialized teen services. Treatments such as Fresh and Fabulous Facial, Marvelous Massage and a Magic Manicure are some of the distinctive ways in which the Spa at Kingsmill is instructing teens in healthy and productive ways to de-stress and take care of themselves.

Aside from teens, the spa also offers unique menu items tailored specifically for men and mothers-to-be. For men, the Golfer’s Massage and the Smoothing Manicure offer the opportunity to relax after a challenging day on the links. A massage therapist can also help improve a golfer’s swing with a body massage designed to target the specific muscle groups that affect a golfer’s putt and drive. For the mothers-to-be, services such as the Kingsmill Organic Facial and the Prenatal Massage allow the expectant mother to pamper her body and soul.



Spa-goers can enjoy an array of massage therapies including aromatherapy, Swedish, prenatal, sports, deep-tissue, Reiki, La Stone and couples massages. The Swedish massage uses gliding strokes to promote relaxation, while an Aromatherapy massage uses a variety of aromatic oils to relax the body and treat the senses. Whatever the choice, guests will experience the ultimate relaxation.




Guests can reinvigorate their bodies with indulgent services designed to nourish, exfoliate, detoxify, and hydrate the body. The “Seaweed Peppermint Twist” is a refreshing and aromatic body treatment that uses fresh marine seaweed and peppermint oil. This service stimulates circulation and helps rid the body of excess fluids and accumulated toxins to oxygenate, hydrate and nourish the skin.




Renew the spirit and treat the face with a rejuvenating facial. The “Kingsmill Organic Facial,” uses all-natural, organic products to enrich and revitalize the complexion. From classic facials to multi-vitamin enriched facials, guests can choose a service to fit their needs.



SALON SERVICES: Whether it’s a special event or a regularly scheduled refresh, the newly expanded salon offers extensive hair services; nail, hand and foot treatments; waxing; and detailed make-up applications. Guests can enjoy a citrus-based manicure or take advantage of the spa’s professional make-up artist and walk away looking and feeling like a celebrity.


Families seeking a lifestyle filled with diverse entertainment will find Kingsmill to be the perfect place to live. No where else can families experience championship golf, luxurious spa treatments, scenic views, record-breaking roller coasters, European villages, cool waves, chats with Thomas Jefferson and visit a Powhatan Indian village all in the same day. It’s an area where families can indulge in comfortable luxury, American history, European atmosphere and full-scale shopping.




Voted the world’s “Most Beautiful Theme Park” for 17 years in a row, Busch Gardens Europe combines 17th-century charm with 21st-century technology to create the ultimate family experience. Situated on 100 action-packed acres, Busch Gardens Europe boasts more than 50 thrilling rides and attractions, nine main stage shows, a wide variety of cuisine and themed shops.




Plunge into outrageous fun at the mid-Atlantic’s largest water park, Water Country USA. Featuring a 1950s and ‘60s surf-theme, Water Country USA offers families tons of summertime fun with more than 30 slides, water rides and super soakin’ thrills.




Colonial Williamsburg, where history literally comes to life through thousands of archaeologists, researchers, historians, historical interpreters—and even you. In 2008, visitors become part of “The Revolutionary City” adventure as they witness the collapse of the royal government and join the debate over the Declaration of Independence. The two-hour daily event reflects Williamsburg’s role in one of America’s defining periods.


Jamestown Settlement and Yorktown Victory Center are two living history museums that engage visitors in nearly two centuries of our nation’s history – from the founding of America’s first permanent English settlement in 1607 to the decisive Revolutionary War victory in 1781 and implementation of the Constitution and Bill of Rights. In 2007, Jamestown Settlement celebrated its 400th anniversary with several permanent exhibits, a new introductory film and revitalized living-history areas. Together, they presented the story of 17th-century Virginia and its Powhatan Indian, English and western central African cultural origins.


Shopping close to Kingsmill


Merchant’s Square

is a shopping area located adjacent to the Colonial Williamsburg historic area and includes 30 shops and services offering fine dining, bookstores, and apparel shops.



Prime Outlets Williamsburg

is a designer outlet center featuring more than 90 stores including Nike, Eddie Bauer, Ann Taylor, Liz Claiborne, Bombay, J. Crew, Nine West and more.



Williamsburg Outlet Mall

features more than 60 shops. This mall offers a fantastic selection of clothing, shoes, gifts, accessories, housewares, linens, sportswear, and much more.



Williamsburg Pottery Factory, originally founded in 1938, is now a 200-acre complex welcoming more than four million visitors annually. Pottery, glass, fine china, crystal, plants, carpets, kitchenware, candles, and sporting goods are available for purchase.

For further information about golf course homes,  real estate , homes, communities, developments, neighborhoods or building lots in Williamsburg, James City, New Kent, Gloucester or York County Virginia  contact:

John Womeldorf/ REALTOR

Liz Moore & Associates 757 254 8136

John@MrWilliamsburg.com  email

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www.MrBurg.com Williamsburg Va Real Estate website  

www.MrHamptonroads.com/  Hampton Roads Va Real Estate website

www.MrTidewater.com/  Tidewater VA Real Estate website

www.MrVaBeach.com/ Va Beach Va Real Estate website


Williamsburg Real Estate Resource. Search for Homes & Land for sale in Williamsburg Virginia & surrounding areas  click here :CLICK HERE WILLIAMSBURG VA MLS HOME SEARCH

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My other area Real Estate and Information Blogs for Hampton Roads/ Tidewater/ Williamsburg Virignia and surrounding areas

Williamsburg Real Estate Blog II

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Williamsburg Va Condos, Foundation Square New Town

Dream of living in a lovely one level home in the center of everything free from the chores of home ownership with your car parked in a gated private underground garage? 

 Imagine leaving your luxury residence through a gorgeous lobby out to sunlit tree-lined streets on your walk to the bookstore and unique shops or maybe out to breakfast for coffee and fresh bread at the downstairs bakery. 

The luxury condominium residences at Foundation Square in New Town, Williamsburg Va9i are more than just a home.  It is a fantastic lifestyle- one that affords the envied owners the ability to turn off the lights and leave for faraway destinations on a moments notice.  There is no lawn to mow and someone else waters the flowers. 

 Foundation Square is located in a premium location right in the center of vibrant New Town overlooking Sullivan Square Park.  Enjoy the small town character with all of the modern conveniences.

So many beautiful finishes are standard when you choose to live in Foundation Square!
Within the base price you will find hardwood floors in the foyer, kitchen, living room & dining rooms; granite kitchen counters; stainless steel appliances; tiled floors and shower in bathrooms; elegant crown molding; private balconies and so much more!
Limited Time $10,000 Incentive for Options and Closing Costslounge
 For further information, floor plans or a personal tour of Foundation Square or any home in Williamsburg Va contact

John Womeldorf   757 254 8136   John@MrWilliamsburg.com

For further information about golf course homes,  real estate , homes, communities, developments, neighborhoods or building lots in Williamsburg, James City, New Kent, Gloucester or York County Virginia  contact:

John Womeldorf/ REALTOR

Liz Moore & Associates 757 254 8136

John@MrWilliamsburg.com  email

www.MrWilliamsburg.com/  Williamsburg VA Real Estate website

www.MrBurg.com Williamsburg Va Real Estate website  

www.MrHamptonroads.com/  Hampton Roads Va Real Estate website

www.MrTidewater.com/  Tidewater VA Real Estate website

www.MrVaBeach.com/ Va Beach Va Real Estate website


Williamsburg Real Estate Resource. Search for Homes & Land for sale in Williamsburg Virginia & surrounding areas  click here :CLICK HERE WILLIAMSBURG VA MLS HOME SEARCH

  CLICK HERE FOR Real Estate Home Search  Tidewater Hampton Roads Va 


My other area Real Estate and Information Blogs for Hampton Roads/ Tidewater/ Williamsburg Virignia and surrounding areas

Williamsburg Real Estate Blog II

Williamsburg Real Estate Blog

Williamsburg Happenings/ Events Blog

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