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Williamsburg, Virginia Real Estate

Real estate in lovely historic Williamsburg runs the gamut from one- and two-story brick and stone homes to French country-style residences in gated communities to large, colonial estate properties on wooded acreage with numerous luxurious amenities.

Single-family detached homes in every price range can be found in the Williamsburg area. Lovely houses in Scott’s Pond, Berkeley’s Green, Longhill Station and Fernbrook range in price from the mid $200,000s to just under $400,000. Resort communities with gated entrances and amenities, such as golf courses, clubhouses and swimming pools, are available from $350,000 to more than $1 million in Ford’s Colony, Governors Land at Two Rivers, Stonehouse and Greensprings. Another beautiful planned community, Kingsmill on the James, was previously home to the annual Anheuser-Busch Golf Classic. Condominiums and townhouses are also available in James City County. Land and lots are available for custom development.
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Williamsburg Community and Real Estate Information in Virginia

History comes to life in Williamsburg, a colonial Mecca located 150 miles south of Washington, DC, midway between Richmond and Norfolk. For 81 years, Williamsburg was the capital city and the political, cultural and educational center of the most populous and influential American colony. With the help of Thomas Jefferson, the seat of government was moved from Williamsburg to the more centrally located city of Richmond after the Revolutionary War. Williamsburg residents enjoy a sound economy, outstanding schools, outdoor recreational opportunities and unparalleled cultural and historical attractions.

The College of William and Mary, one of the nation’s premier state-assisted liberal arts universities, is the second oldest educational institution in the U.S. and is located in Williamsburg. Across from the William and Mary campus is Colonial Williamsburg, the world’s largest living history museum. Nearby Jamestown was the site of the first permanent English settlement in North America, and Yorktown saw many major Revolutionary and Civil War battles. Located on the Atlantic Seaboard between the majestic James and York Rivers, the Historic Triangle of Williamsburg, Jamestown and Yorktown is also home to modern-day, world-class attractions, such as Busch Gardens Williamsburg. Recreational opportunities are abundant, from boating and fishing to hiking and golf. Williamsburg’s colonial atmosphere, historic importance and modern amenities provide an inspiring and exciting environment for visitors and residents alike.

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