Category Archives: Living Charlottesville

Describes Charlottesville, Virginia communities and neighborhoods. Information about the City of Charlottesville, Albemarle County, Fluvanna County, and Greene County, and the communities such as Ivy, Keswick, Earlysville, Lake Monticello, and Ruckersville. Neighborhoods is these communities are reviewed.

515 Willwood Drive – Large Brick Ranch on Gorgeous Earlysville Homesite

  Brick one level home on a full basement, sited on a glorious woodland lot. Earlysville brick home on 2 acres with garage for sale in Fairgrove subdivision. There’s  a 24′ x 24′ garage off of the kitchen and plenty of parking in the wide driveway.  515 Willwood Drive – Earlysville, Virginia $375,000 CAAR  MLS  […]

Living Charlottesville: Hessian Hills

Hessian Hills is a well established Charlottesville neighborhood with very unique homes on large lots with mature trees, typically 1/3 – 1/2 acre in size. Reminiscent of old Charlottesville, no homes in this quiet neighborhood are the same. Unlike some of the newer neighborhoods where most homes were built around the same time, Hessian Hills […]

Living Charlottesville: Arbor Park

Arbor Park is a small community in the Earlysville area of just 21 homesites.  Lots are large, ranging from 2-10 acres.  Some homes are close to the road with large back yards, others are located down long driveways and tucked out of sight. Most Arbor Park homes were built in the 1970s and many have […]

Living Charlottesville: Four Seasons Patio Homes

Four Seasons is a quiet family neighborhood located just north of the city of Charlottesville off Rio Road near Albemarle High School. Homes are generally 3 bedroom patio style homes with garages. (There are townhouses in Four Seasons as well.) There are approximately 165 homes with small lots and mature trees insuring privacy. Sidewalks are in […]

Albemarle County Neighborhood Improvement Initiative

I just received an A-Mail from the County announcing a Neighborhood Improvement Funding Initiative… “Is there a small-scale improvement, like walking trails or playground equipment,  that would benefit your community? Or the need for a planning or design study for a future improvement? The Neighborhood Improvement Funding Initiative is a new, one-time program approved by […]

2 Earlysville Home Listings You Don’t Want to Miss!

2 New Earlysville Home Listings Coming on Market After Labor Day Call me for an appointment Today! Both homes are moments from NGIC, Hollymead Town Center, the Jefferson-Madison Regional Library, Stonefield with all of its wonderful restaurants and shops, and yes, 20 minutes from downtown Charlottesville and the University of Virginia   Brick Ranch with […]