You will love the upgrades, easy-living floor plan and attractive new price for this meticulously maintained, elegant rancher with a bonus floor upstairs.
Located in sought-after Western Gailes in Ford’s Colony, this top-quality, custom home offers fabulous first-floor living with 3,150 sq. ft. that includes three bedrooms plus a bonus room or bedroom 4 and 3 ½ baths.
The light-filled great room with a gas fireplace opens to a well-designed kitchen with quartz counters, pantry, tons of cabinetry and a breakfast area with bay window.
The perfect-sized dining room offers a dramatic cathedral ceiling. The living room or home office features French doors and a bay window.
The spacious master retreat has another bay window, walk-in closet and beautiful en suite bath.
Bedrooms 2 and 3 complete the first floor and share a full bath with granite.
Please contact Deelyn at 757.503.1999 or email@example.com for more information on this lovely Western Gailes home. And please click here to search for any other available homes in Ford’s Colony.
This charming cape in Ford’s Colony is beautiful and move-in ready! 116 Pebble Beach offers updates and upgrades throughout, including all-new windows! This perfect-sized home features an open floor plan that includes:
a first-floor master bedroom
an all-new kitchen that features new appliances, granite, lighting and plumbing fixtures, hand scraped engineered hardwood floors, beautiful tiled backsplash, large pantry and sunny breakfast area.
the kitchen that is open to the family room with a fireplace and a wall of useful built-in shelving.
a first-floor master bedroom with new carpet offers a large walk-in closet and updated master bath with quartz counters, new tiled floor, new fixtures and a gorgeous stained-glass window.
two spacious bedrooms upstairs that share a full hall bath.
This is the perfect-sized home in a fabulous location within Ford’s Colony
I hope this letter finds you and your family safe and well. I have fielded many questions from my fellow Ford’s Colony residents regarding the effects of Covid-19 on our neighborhood’s real estate values. Let me share a few thoughts about that, in case you are wondering the same thing.
You might be surprised to learn that March actually was a record-setting month for Liz Moore and Associates – our 108 sales was a 60-percent increase from March 2019! At the onset of the pandemic, we were fortunate to pivot quickly and adapt safe practices so that almost all of our pending sales closed. April took an expected dip, but May rebounded well beyond our expectations – 95 sales overall, or 10 percent more than May 2019. June also is off to a great start.
That said, we have never seen the inventory of available homes in Ford’s Colony at such low levels. Sellers have been slow to put their homes on the market, but buyer demand remains very strong largely due to historically low interest rates. So if you are considering selling, NOW is the time to take action. Home values are rising in this hot market and show no sign of slowing.
If you are curious about your home’s current value, I can help.
I’d love to set aside 15 minutes to meet or talk with you to explore your specific situation, and to see whether taking advantage of this seller’s market makes sense for you at this time. There is no cost or obligation, of course.
Please call (757-503-1999) or email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) if I can be of service in any way.
Locals know one of the great things about life in Williamsburg is the booming craft brewery scene, especially now that operations have been able to loosen up a bit in Virginia’s recovery.
Collectively, they offer fun beer gardens, taprooms, awesome street-food, full-menu dining rooms, wines and craft cocktails, guest beers, music, trivia and, of course, dozens of their own year-round and seasonal creations sure to delight sippers to aficionados.
Here’s a brief rundown on our brewery biz. All have hung in during these tough times. Why not stop by one on this Williamsburg Wednesday, or any day at all, and sample from among the huge varities of beer – curbside pickup or on-site – that they are proud to provide to our community.
Please check the breweries’ respective websites (linked below) for operating hours and other pertinent information.
Opened in 2014, Virginia Beer was co-founded by College of William & Mary buddies who brought in an award-winning brewmaster from Atlanta. The brewery boasts two production systems and a 2,000 square-foot taproom in a former auto shop.
Precarious Beer Project is the sister brewery to the nearby Amber Ox, where Precarious operates its interesting and inventive beer lab. The beer hall on Henry St. features old- school arcade games, a live music stage and a great taco and street-corn stand.
Brass Cannon bills itself as a veteran-owned brewery and tap room focused on producing classic beers and rotating small-batch options. It doesn’t distribute its beer, so the brewery is the only place to sample Brass Cannon’s offerings.
Founded in 2006, Alewerks is a craft-brewing pioneer that is still going strong. Alewerks also operates an off-site tasting room – what it calls its L.A.B. (Little Auxiliary Brewery) – at the Williamsburg Prime Outlets on Richmond Rd.
Located at a marina near the Colonial Parkway and the Jamestown Settlement, site of America’s first beer, Billsburg says it meticulously creates ales, lagers and pilsners that celebrate our country’s rich brewing history.