Peyton, Substitute Trustee, will offer for sale at public auction on the Courthouse Steps, Circuit Court for Greene County, Virginia located at Court Square, Stanardsville, Virginia 22973 on Thursday, January 22, 2009, at 11:00 a.m., the real estate with improvements thereon known and described as follows: All that certain tract or parcel of land with all improvements thereon and appurtenances thereunto, belonging, lying and located in Ruckersville Magisterial District, Greene County, Virginia and more particularly described as 203.905 acres, as shown on plat dated September 23, 2004 prepared by Roudabush, Gale & Associates Inc., entitled “Subdivision Plat S.A. … SAVING AND EXCEPTING THEREFROM Lots 1 through 37, inclusive, 41 through 53, inclusive, 62 through 72, inclusive, 73 through 76, inclusive, 78 through 80, inclusive, 285 through 289, inclusive, 292 through 294, inclusive, 297, 298, 304 through 306, inclusive, 311 through 328, inclusive, 345 through 355, inclusive, 351 through 355, inclusive, 357 through 363, inclusive, 394, 395 and 536, FOUR SEASONS, PHASE ONE , as duly, dedicated, platted and recorded in Deed of Subdivision and Easement recorded in Deed Book 1014 page 300, also shown on Plat Cards 3875 through 3892, among the land records of Greene County, Virginia.
In June 2005, I wrote: Tuesday dozens of people showed up for the groundbreaking of Greene County’s first active adult community. The community will have more than 500 lots and will include a 16,000 sq….
The only ones who currently have local presences are K Hovnavian who are building Four Seasons in Greene County and Ryan Homes who are building everywhere.The national trends are far too macro-oriented to directly apply locally, but they may offer insight into what direction our local market might go. For example, national builders building in Northern Virginia were offering incentives such as plasma televisions, new cars and mortgage buy-downs long (~3-6 months) before those types of incentives appeared in the Charlottesville market.In short, the large builders are a bellweather for what may happen…. Politically and economically the Central Virginia region tracks NoVa to a certain degree, if only because we are experiencing growth…. When I was working Earlysville for Tim Kaine, many of the new residents were from liberal areas of the country.
If you’re going to insult somebody, do it with class and style.Where are all the good, green products?Urbanization is the “next” big thing.Â It’s been the next big thing for some time, but it appears that we are now beginning to realize the impact of the human race’s growth and growth patterns.Â How will this impact K Hovnavian’s “Four Seasons Charlottesville” senior/active adult development (that is actually located in Greene County)?Â And finally, Marlow Harris says exactly what I think:However, all (agents/Realtors) have the obligation to stay up on market conditions and their local economy and current affairs that effect their market area.Â They should have both a micro and a macro approach to real estate, so they can best advise their clients, be they investment buyers or just those searching for their dream home.Which communities will be included in Charlottesville/Central Virginia’s search for a brand?Â What should it be?Â I have to say that my first thought when I read this.
We have put several new properties on the market in the past several days, in part to hopefully take advantage of the upcoming Match Day, when Medical Residents find out where they will be attending school for the next several years.Â CrozetLake MonticelloWynridge, Village Square, Stonehenge ($229k), Stonehenge ($217,900), Four Seasons (all of these are 10-15 minutes to UVa.)
In a recent post regarding the dearth of senior housing in our region, I noted a new development coming to Greene County.Â One might think (as I did) that it would be a beneficial idea for this developer to provide some form of transportation for the future residents into Charlottesville.Â This development is being marketed as “Four Seasons Charlottesville” despite its location in Ruckersville.
I think of this every time I see you mention the CharlAlbemarle market, because it seems like there are really two markets, those who are willing to sacrifice a great deal of size, sfr, yard, parking, safety, etc. to live near downtown and the university and those who are not…. Wikipedia says it well:Charlottesville is an independent city located within the confines of Albemarle County in the Commonwealth of Virginia, United States, and named after Princess Sophia Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, the wife of King George III of England.But are there two Charlottesvilles?… He never left the Mall area, rode a bike everywhere – he existed without need for outside influences.Condos, condos, condos!Part and parcel of this “City lifestyle” may best be depicted by the recent condo boom that has defined the Charlottesville (City of) real estate market for the past couple of years…. The City of Charlottesville does seem to be overtaken in parts by Urban Hipsters, but there is more to the City than condos and coffee shops, although we have plenty of ’em.But yes, there is a Charlottesville within Charlottesville, but we all have to live together.Charlottesville Fact sheet, Albemarle Fact sheet.