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City of Williamsburg

The City of Williamsburg is currently home to approximately 15,000 residents. Count yourself as one of them and enjoy everything the city has to offer. From world-class restaurants to impeccably maintained golf courses, Williamsburg has something for everyone.

The city is also steeped in history, having been the Virginia Colony’s former capital in 1699. Today, it’s a prosperous city, with a growing population and vibrant neighborhoods. It’s a forward-looking city that retains its connections to the past.

Real estate in Williamsburg, VA

The housing market consists mostly of single-family homes and townhomes. Buyers have an excellent selection of new construction homes to choose from.

The majority of residences have 3 to 4 bedrooms, along with private studies, screened porches, and master suites. Shared amenities, such as swimming pools and tennis courts, are available depending on which community you choose to live in.

Prevalent architectural styles include Cape Cod, Georgian, Colonial, and Traditional.

Vacant land on which to build your dream home is also available.

Among the most sought after neighborhoods in the Williamsburg area are:

  • Holly Hills
  • Kingsmill on the James
  •  Ford’s Colony Williamsburg
  • New Town
  • Governor’s Land at Two Rivers

Holly Hills is known for its quality homes and tree-lined streets, while Kingsmill on the James, one of the city’s first master-planned golf communities, offers resort-style living at its best. Ready to explore Williamsburg real estate? Let VA’s top agents guide you through the buying and selling process. The agents at Shaheen, Ruth, Martin & Fonville Real Estate will work tirelessly to connect you to the right home and the right lifestyle.

Get in touch with them at 804-288-1400 or send an email to Info@SRMFRE.com to get started. 

Attractions and activities in and around Williamsburg, VA

  • College Landing Park

    This picturesque park features a lookout tower from which to admire the scenery, as well as a marsh walkway that that meanders through College Creek. Those who want to paddle out onto the water will appreciate the park’s kayak/canoe launch.

  • Upper Country Park

    At 91 acres, the park boasts large picnic shelters, a 25-meter swimming pool, a kiddie pool, playgrounds, multipurpose trails, and sand volleyball and basketball courts.

  • Williamsburg Botanical Garden

    Situated in Freedom Park, the garden is open year round, from 7 a.m. until sunset. Come here to relax and admire the vivid blooms. The majority of plants and flowers here are native to the area.

  • Busch Gardens Williamsburg

    This massive theme park offers fun for the whole family. Go on exciting rides and attend child-friendly events. Busch Gardens also offers an array of shops and restaurants for your enjoyment.

  • Merchants Square

    Here you’ll find a wide selection of specialty stores and restaurants. Shop for
    jewelry and home accessories at Blink, update your wardrobe at French Twist Boutique,
    and have some comfort food at Blue Talon Bistro.

  • Colonial Williamsburg Historic Area

    Go on a guided tour of the historic area’s 18th-century buildings and get a glimpse of the city’s storied past. Colonial Williamsburg is home to over 40 historical sites, four historic taverns, and two museums that harbor an impressive selection of folk art.

Got questions about Williamsburg real estate? Ask the agents at SRMFRE. They don’t just know homes. They know people.

You can also call 804-288-1400 or send an email to Info@SRMFRE.com.


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