Downsize elegantly at these Eaglescliffe condos

Condominiums at Eaglescliffe in Ford’s Colony provide the perfect opportunity to downsize to carefree luxury living – and are more cost effective than a single-family home.

Take some time to look at and virtually tour these two beautifully appointed and maintained units, one on the first floor and the other on the top. You’ll like what you see.

1104 Eaglescliffe

Bedroom 2 | Bath 2 | 1,862 square feet | Offered at $400,000

Take the Matterport tour.

A first-floor condo replete with upscale finishes and gorgeous views from a private screened porch. This lovely home features a beautiful gourmet kitchen with granite counters, a bright and airy great room with a tray ceiling, elegant dining area and a spacious primary suite with hardwood floors, en suite bath and two closets.

2301 Eaglescliffe

Bedrooms 3 | Baths 2.1 | 2,051 square feet | Offered at $465,000

Take the Matterport tour.

This move-in ready, top-floor condo features two covered porches and an extra half bath that is uncommon to most of the Eaglescliffe properties. Beautiful cabinets and quartz counters highlight the updated kitchen. Spacious and light-filled throughout.

Please contact Deelyn for more information or to arrange a private tour of these condos –757.503.1999 or deelyn@lizmoore.com.


Local home sales continue strength

According to the Virginian-Pilot, there were 95 percent more homes under contract – 205 in all — in September in James City County than a year ago.

That increase is part of the boom that real estate in Hampton Roads continues to experience, despite lower-than-usual inventory levels.

In September, the median price for a home in Hampton Roads rose by more than 10 percent over the previous year. The Pilot said that’s the largest year-over-year growth since the Real Estate Information Network (REIN) began tracking the statistic in 2006. 

In Williamsburg, the median sale price increased 40 percent from a year ago, to $349,900. Eleven homes were sold in the city in September, 10 percent more than last year. 

You can read the entire report here.