Don't miss this extraordinary opportunity to purchase one of the last developable residential (RS1) land in the City of Williamsburg. A total of 30+/- acres also includes water frontage on College Creek. Wonderfully located right off Rt. 199 on South Henry Street, this property is close to the new hospital, shopping, fine restaurants and Colonial Williamsburg. Whether you want to own the property for a fine estate or purchase to develop, this is a rare chance to own some of the most beautiful property in the City of Williamsburg. Total acreage includes Parcels: 585-02-00-A, 585-02-00-071, 585-03-40-008, 585-03-40-010, 585-03-41-010, 585-03-41-014,585-03-66-008, 585-03-66-013,585-03-66-014, 585-03-67-008 & 585-03-67013
Love Living In Williamsburg:
Williamsburg was the original capital of Virginia. As part of Virginia's historic triangle along with Jamestown and Yorktown, Williamsburg is where America's history began. Dating back to the late 1600s, Williamsburg real estate is the site of the nation's second oldest university, The College of William & Mary. Williamsburg real estate owners and visitors alike can experience history as it was in the nation's earliest days in the city's historic downtown area, Colonial Williamsburg, the James Town Settlement and the Yorktown Battle Field. Busch Gardens theme park and Water Country USA draw visitors from all over the country during the hot summer months and offers locals and their visitor's fun and excitement.
In addition to the College where seniors are allowed to audit several classes, Williamsburg offers art museums, fine dining and shopping. Along with seasonal events like Grand Illumination, First Night and the spring through fall Framer's Market turn many happy visitors into homeowners. The city is also within easy driving distance of other major employment centers like Newport News and Richmond, making Williamsburg real estate popular among commuters as well. Still others consider Williamsburg real estate for its quiet, small-town feel and the city's appreciation of the area's rich history. Williamsburg residents enjoy this wonderful lifestyle and feel like they are on vacation year round. Williamsburg is where the past meets the present.
Other great features of Living in Williamsburg:
It pays to be local:
Through the "Good Neighbor" Card program, Williamsburg area residents can visit the Historic Area, the Museums, and exhibition sites-- plus receive special offers and discounts--for just $10 per adult per year.
This program is available to residents of the City of Williamsburg, James City County and the Bruton District of York County.
*33 Public golf courses
(within 30 miles)
* The City Of Willliamsburg Real Estate tax is $.54 per $100.00 of the a property's assessed value.
Area Description: Privacy
Lot Description: Possible Subdivision, Wooded
Lot Size: 20-50 Acres, 30 Acres
Property Description: Acreage
Road Type: City / Town Street
Special Market: Luxury Properties
Style: Not Applicable
Water: No Water