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Neighborhood Spotlight: Hallsley, Chesterfield


 

Hallsley, located in Chesterfield County, offers luxury amenities that are unparalleled by any other community. The Residents Club offers amenities for the whole family to enjoy, as well as a year-round calendar of events.
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Neighborhood Spotlight: Kiln Creek, Newport News & York County

Kiln Creek is a marvelous cluster of thirty-one complementary neighborhoods stretching from Jefferson Avenue in Newport News into York County along Victory Boulevard. Homes range from one-bedroom condominiums to single family homes in excess of 3,000 square feet.

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Neighborhood Spotlight: Braemar Creek, Williamsburg

Nestled amongst 9 holes of Williamsburg National golf course, a 200 acre nature preserve, and a 21/2 acre lake, this condominium community offers a picturesque setting. Just a few minutes from Monticello Marketplace and New Town, Braemar Creek’s location boasts the best of both peaceful living and convenience.

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Neighborhood Spotlight: Hampton Park, Chesterfield

Hampton Park masters outdoor living while located in the heart of convenient Chesterfield County. Enjoy all the benefits of living 20 miles from downtown Richmond and the dining and entertainment selections in the suburbs, but you can step out your front door to miles of walking trails and outdoor amenities.

Hampton Park is centered around families, with Winterpock Elementary School and Swift Creek Middle School located within the community, and high schoolers attending the nearby Cosby High School. Chesterfield County Public Schools are nationally ranked and recognized, and living in Hampton Park allows students access to a premiere education.

Hampton Park has countless amenities for residents to enjoy and take advantage of. With two water parks, separate biking and walking trails, a putt-putt golf course, Celebration Park, and more, Hampton Park is the ideal community for those who love activity. Residents can host festivals or parties by renting out the Hampton Park pavilion, as well. In the summertime, residents can relax poolside at the luxurious swimming complex, including two pools, water slides, a kids area, and lap lanes. Not only are the facilities impeccably maintained, they allow Hampton Park residents a luxurious place to relax.

One of the major benefits of Hampton Park living is the emphasis on local business and community development. The Swift Creek YMCA is located within Hampton Park, which provides easy access to healthy lifestyles and recreation for the whole family. Celebration Park in Hampton Park also provides a great outdoor place for the family. On the Hampton Park website, the community features resident-owned businesses. This sense of dedication to local business allows Hampton Park residents to support each other and grow their companies. This mentality creates a family atmosphere among residents unlike other communities in the area.

Hampton Park is every child’s dream neighborhood! Not only is it filled with families and kids of all ages, Hampton Park places an emphasis on activities for the whole family. The Funhouse is a space unique to Hampton Park, and allows dedicated areas for children and their parents to come, play, and live like kids! This space includes playgrounds, putt putt, soccer fields, and more. Every summer, Hampton Park hosts a Summer Sports Camp, where kids can spend the day, be outside, learn a new sport, or develop their skills in one they already play! Kids can also be involved by swimming for the community swim team, the Hampton Park Hammerheads! This is a great way for kids to spend time with their friends, be outside, and stay active!

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Neighborhood Spotlight: Coventry, Yorktown

Nestled on 320 acres in a curve of the Big Bethel Reservoir in Yorktown, Virginia, Coventry is composed of nine distinct neighborhoods. Homes range from 1,200 sq.-ft. townhomes to 3,100 sq.-ft. single family homes. All are situated in the context of natural beauty and ample amenities: six lakes, running and biking
trails, two large recreational facilities, sports fields, playgrounds, an Olympic-size swimming pool, tennis courts and clubhouse.

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Neighborhood Spotlight: Woodlake, Midlothian

Have you ever dreamed of life on a lake? The Woodlake Community in Midlothian, VA is a suburban neighborhood located close to the city of Richmond. While it is nearby popular dining and entertainment options, Woodlake maintains the serene lifestyle that accompanies lake-front living. Woodlake is home to over 7,000 residents, and provides quick access to local schools, playgrounds, trails, and activities for the entire family.

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Colonial Heritage - Perfect for Active Adults 55+

Colonial Heritage, located in Williamsburg, Virginia, is much more than a unique collection ofbeautifully designed low maintenance homes in a wonderful golf course Community. It is the perfect place for active adults 55 years of age and better. The beautiful and elegant Heritage Clubhouse is the focal point of community recreational, social and cultural activities. Hobby and special interest clubs will meet here. The range of offerings centered around this magnificent 25,000 square foot facility surpasses those of most resorts.

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Our Own Judy Schwartz Featured in the Richmond Times Dispatch on Living in Brickshire

Located in Historic New Kent County, set half way between Williamsburg and Richmond, is one of the area’s best kept secrets.  Brickshire is a golf community offering the amenities todays home buyers want, with price points ranging from the upper $200’s for villa style homes and smaller semi-custom homes to well over $1,000,000 for large custom homes.

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Neighborhood Spotlight: Merrimac Shores in Hampton, Virginia

Merrimac Shores is a well established waterfront community in Hampton, Virginia with phenomenal water views, gorgeous tree-lined streets, an adjacent marina and charming homes of varied architecture including cape cod, victorian, tudor and colonial homes. Rich in history, Merrimac Shores is named in honor of the first Confederate ironclad, U.S.S. Merrimac, which battled the union fleet at Hampton Roads in 1862.

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