Williamsburg Neighborhoods

Neighborhoods in Williamsburg VA come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Some of the most exclusive neighborhoods in Williamsburg include elaborate amenities such as private security, golf courses, tennis clubs, health clubs and spas. While some of the Williamsburg Neighborhoods are protected by a guard gate, not all neighborhoods in Williamsburg that offer amenities are gated.

There are three Neighborhoods in Williamsburg/James City County with private security and a guard gate:

Colonial Heritage: Colonial Heritage is an age restricted retirement community located between Toano and Williamsburg across from the historic Williamsburg Pottery tract. The neighborhood provides a wide variety of amenities including a private club house, golf course, health club, swimming pool, tennis courts, and jogging trails.

Ford’s Colony: Ford’s Colony residents enjoy country club living at its best. There are three 18 hole golf courses restaurants that range from casual to fine dining. Furthermore, Ford’s Colony has a private clubhouse, various neighborhood pools, a tennis club, and miles of trails.

Kingsmill: Kingsmill is the original gated community in Williamsburg, Virginia. It is the only neighborhood in the region with its own private deputized police force. Formerly home to both PGA and LPGA golf tournaments, it’s golf courses rank as some of the best courses in America every year. Kingsmill amenities include a marina that is currently under reconstruction. Residents and guests can come by land or boat to this resort neighborhood thanks to a fully functioning marina. It has a full scale conference facility and spectacular Williamsburg waterfront homesites. It proiveds all of the amenities you would expect in a top notch, award winning neighborhood.

The City of Williamsburg is a small area and measures only 8.7 square miles. Homes in the City of Williamsburg come at a premium and there are very few neighborhoods in Williamsburg.

Subdivision in James City County, Williamsburg and Upper York County:

Adam’s Hunt: Adam’s Hunt was built over the last 25 years and has moderately priced homes. is located off of Centerville Road near the back entrance to Fords Colony, Hornsby Middle School and Warhill High School.

Banbury Cross: Located on beautiful Rolling hills, this secluded neighborhood is located in the upper end of York County and situated on a beautiful pond with excellent bass fishing.

Baron Woods: Baron Woods is located off of Ironbound Road near to New Town Williamsburg and Monticello Marketplace.

Barrett’s Ferry Landing: New homesites located near Governor’s Land at the mouth of the Chickahominy River.

Bayberry: Also known as Bayberry Lane, this small neighborhood woven into the Walnut Hills subdivision. Located in the City of Williamsburg, just off of Jamestown Road near Walsingham Academy.

Berkeley’s Green: Berkeley’s Green is located off of Greensprings Road between Jamestown Road and John Tyler Highway. The neighborhood association provides a clubhouse, pool and tennis courts.

Bradshaw Ordinary: Bradshaw Ordinary is a small neighborhood built mainly in the 1980’s and located off of Ironbound Road near Monticello Marketplace.

Braemar Creek: Braemar Creek is condominium community located on Williamsburg National Golf Course. The neighborhood provides a club house, pool and tennis courts.

Brandon Woods: Brandon Woods is located off of John Tyler Highway. These are upscale homes situated on small lots to minimize maintenance.

Brandywyne: Beautiful homes located in the City of Williamsburg off of Ironbound Road. Small lots for the homeowner who wants the least amount of yard maintenance.

Brickshire: Located off of I-64 in New Kent County, this neighborhood is less than 30 minutes from both Williamsburg and Richmond. Luxurious upscale homes and homesites situated on and near the Brickshire Golf Club.

Bristol Commons: Condominium neighborhood just walking distance from High Street shopping district. Amenities include a club house and a scenic pond.

Capitol Landing Green: New home neighborhood in the City of Williamsburg. Walking distance to Colonial Williamsburg.

Carver Gardens: Neighborhood of older, modestly priced homes near the intersection of Route 199 and Route 143.

Chanco’s Grant: Located off of Ironbound Road in James City County. A perfect neighborhood for someone who is looking for a nice neighborhood, close to town, without a home owners association.

Chickahominy Haven: Chickahominy Haven is located near Toano, off of Forge Road. It is a waterfront community located on the banks of the Chickahominy River.

Chisel Run: Chisel Run is a townhome community mainly built in the 1980’s and located off of Olde Town Road near the Prime Outlets.

Cromwell Ridge: Cromwell Ridge is a townhouse community located off of Monticello Ave. It is walking distance to the Monticello Marketplace and Kidsburg Playground.

Cypress Point: Cypress Point is rural neighborhood located in Lanexa and has its own boat ramp on the Chickahominy River.

Deer Run: Deer Run is a competitively priced neighborhood located off of Greensprings Road and across from Berkeley’s Green and First Colony.

Drummond’s Field: Drummond’s Field is waterfront community located on the banks of the James River and bordering Carlton Farms (a horse farm). It is located just walking distance from the Historic Jamestown Island.

Fairway Villas: Fairway Villas is a townhouse neighborhood loacated across the street from Jamestown High School. Amenities include a playground, tennis courts and a swimming pool.

Fenwick Hills: Fenwick Hills is located in the Toano near Anderson’s Corner. The lone amenity in this neighborhood is a playground.

Fernbrook: Fernbrook is located adjacent to Berkeley’s Green on Greensprings Road. Houses range from 2400 square feet to 4000 square feet.

Fieldcrest Estate: Fieldcrest is located off of Greensprings Road and backs up to John Tyler Highway. Amenities include a tennis court and a swimming pool. It also offers convenient access to the Colonial Trail which runs from Jamestown Island to Charles City County, Virginia.

First Colony: First Colony homes range in age from 40 years old to brand new. Perched on the banks of the James River, sunsets are spectacular from these waterfront homes. Prices range from $200,000-$2 million. Amenities include a private beach, boat ramp, playground, clubhouse, pool and tennis courts.

Fox Ridge: Located off of Centerville Road in Williamsburg. Modestly priced homes that are near Warhill High School and Hornsby Middle School.

Governors Land: Governors Land in Williamsburg is composed of 733 homesites, many of which are located on the golf course of Two Rivers Country Club. Two Rivers is a private club and all residents are members of the club at various levels. The most notable homes are perched on the banks of the James River and at the mouth of the Chickahominy River…thus two rivers. Miles of walking paths and a sprawling club house make this one of Williamsburg’s best neighborhoods with numerous amenities. Governors Land also has its own security force.

Graylin Woods: Graylin Woods is located off of Route 5 (John Tyler Hwy.) between Route 199 and Five Forks in Williamsburg, VA. It is composed of older custom built homes and known for its beautifully wooded lots.

Greensprings Plantation: Greensprings Plantation is the original Greensprings neighborhood. It has a swimming pool and tennis courts. Some homesites are on the Williamsburg National Golf Course.

Greensprings West: Greensprings West is on the opposite side of Centerville Road from Greensprings Plantation in Williamsburg. It has a combination of custom built homes along with production homes built by Centex, a national home builder.

High Street: Condominiums in Williamsburg that are for sale. High Street also features a movie theatre, Movie Tavern where you can watch movies and eat dinner. Numerous other restaurants have located in this new urban development in Williamsburg.

Holly Hills: Holly Hills homes included custom built houses that are located off Jamestown Rd. within walking distance to The College of William & Mary and Colonial Williamsburg. This is one of the most exclusive neighborhoods in the area and is a former location for the Parade of Homes.

Hunter’s Creek: Hunters Creek offers single-family detached homes located off of Richmond Road on the Toano side of Williamsburg.

Ironbound Village: Single-family detached homes in Williamsburg, Virginia. Located off of Ironbound Road near New Town, Williamsburg.

Jamestown Hundred: Jamestown Hundred is located just off of John Tyler Highway and adjacent to Jamestown High School. Homes in this neighborhood were built in the 2000’s

Jamestown 1607: A townhouse community located at the end of Jamestown Road near the Jamestown Scotland Ferry entrance. This neighborhood has a pool and playground.

Kiln Creek: One of the nicer planned unit developments strattling Newport News and York County. Kiln Creek is located between Jefferson Avenue and Oyster Point Rd. Amenities include swimming pool, soccer field, tennis courts and walking/jogging trails.

Kingspoint: A heavily wooded neighborhood bordering the historic Colonial Parkway. Most homes were built between 1960-1990.

Kingswood: Located off of Jamestown Road with a swimming pool being it’s main amenity. This neighborhood has become a destination for local athletes looking to train with Hall of Fame swimming coach Harold Baker of the Williamsburg Aquatic Club.

Kristiansand: Located off of Richmond Road near Toano. Moderately priced homes built mainly in the 1980’s and situated in the fastest growing area of James City County.

La Fontaine: A condominium community located near the intersection of Route 199 and John Tyler Highway. Walking distance from shopping and Riverside Medical Building.

Lake Powell Forest: Located off of Jamestown Road in Williamsburg, VA. Newer homes built in the late 90’s with small lots with less maintenance.

Lake Powell Pointe: Custom home neighborhood built on the Lake formerly known as Powell. This neighborhood once hosted the Parade of Homes and is located off of Jamestown Road.

Landfall at Jamestown: Another one of our Parade of Homes neighborhoods in Williamsburg. Located at the end of Jamestown Road just before you reach the Jamestown Ferry. Some lots border Powhatan Creek with beautiful water vistas.

Liberty Crossing: Attached living units located off of Richmond near the Outlet Mall in Williamsburg.

 

Longhill Gate: Single-family townhomes located near Lafayette High School off of Longhill Road. Amenities include clubhouse, playground, pool and tennis courts.

Longhill Station: Moderately priced homes located off of Centerville Road. Amenities include a neighborhood swimming pool.

Mallard Hill: Located near WISC, Williamsburg’s soccer complex off of Longhill Rd. near Lafayette High School. If you have kids who play sports, this puts you right in the action.

Mirror Lake Estates: Country living but close to town.

Monticello Woods: Located off of Monticello Avenue. All custom homes built since 1998.

Mulberry Place: Single-family homes built in the 2000’s located near the intersection of Longhill Rd. and Centerville Rd. in Williamsburg. Home prices range from approximately $275,000-$350,000.

New Kent Vineyards: Home to a winery and a Reese Jones Golf Course, this neighborhood is sure to take off. Located just off of I-64 between Williamsburg and Richmond. This neighborhood will have an estimated 2500 homes when complete.

New Town: New Town Williamsburg is a 365-acre community with a little bit of everything. Touted as being the new downtown hub of Williamsburg. It boasts more than 170 shops and restaurants to choose from, a host of service businesses and a charming main street. There is a 12-screen movie theater, parks and walking trails, concerts and special events. On top of all of this, it is also home to Williamsburg’s best Realtor, Mike Grogan.

Peleg’s Point: Located off of Neck O Land Rd. in Williamsburg, VA. Homes built in the 1990’s-present.

Penniman East: Smaller moderately priced homes in the York County portion of Williamsburg. This neighborhood is part of the Bruton High School District.

Piney Creek Estates: Custom home neighborhood primarily built by legendary builders Joel S. Sheppard and Ronald Curtis. One of only a few newer subdivisions in the City of Williamsburg.

Port Anne: Custom homes in the City of Williamsburg located off of South Henry Street. Some homes border College Creek.

Powhattan Secondary: A large planned development located off of Monticello Avenue and walking distance to Monticello Marketplace. Amenities include a swimming pool, tennis courts, club house and extensive walking paths.

Queens Lake: A custom home neighborhood located in upper York County in the 1960’s. New construction is still taking place in this upscale community. Amenities include a newly remodeled pool, tennis courts a park and a marina with covered slips.

Queenswood: Williamsburg Homes locate in York County off of Hubbard Lane.

Raintree Villas: Affordably priced homes convenient to many areas of Williamsburg including Lightfoot. Located off of Mooretown Road.

Riverview Plantation: Country living just outside of town. Some homes offer sprawling views of the York River and most homes have larger than average lot sizes.

Rolling Woods: Conveniently located to the Williamsburg Airport. Single family detached homes, many offering extensive privacy.

Savannah Green: A City of Williamsburg neighborhood located just off of Waltz Farm Rd. which is near Richmond Rd. Single family homes built in the 1990’s.

Skimino Landing: Skimino Landing is loacated off of Barlow Road. A wide range of homes from modest sized homes to sprawling estate style homes on large lots.

Skipwith Farms: Older homes located in the City of Williamsburg where the tax base is considerably lower than surrounding areas. Some homes are dated while others have been updated and show tremendous character.

St. George’s Hundred: Located along Route 5 (John Tyler Highway). Single family homes in Williamsburg, VA with a true neighborhood feel.

Scott’s Pond: Single family neighborhood located off of Old Town Rd.

Season’s Trace: A combination of styles of living located next to Lafayette High School just off of Longhill Road. Homes include single family homes, townhomes and zero lot line homes.

Settler’s Mill: Custom homes located off of Jamestown Road. Amenities include a basketball court, swimming pool and playground. Homes range in size up to 5000 square feet.

Skiffe’s Creek: Small townhouse complex convenient to Fort Eustis. Located off of Route 60 headed toward Newport News.

Stonehouse: Planned Unit Development touted as being the future of Williamsburg Homes. Located in the upper end of James City County and sprawling into New Kent County, this area will encompass thousands of homes by the time development is completed. Amenities include an uncharachteristically hilly golf course and future boat landing.

The Colonies: Perched high atop the banks of the Chickahominy River, this neighborhood is an angler’s dream. Large lots and waterfront homes make up the majority of this community. A private boat ramp is available for residents on Diascund Creek.

The Mews: The Mews are located off of Longhill Road at Route 199. Amenities include a clubhouse, swimming pool, tennis courts and walking trails.

The Oaks: Williamsburg City attached homes. Located off of South Henry Street. This neighborhood is walking distance to Duke of Gloucester Street and College Landing Park.

The Pointe at Jamestown: Single-family homes located off of Jamestown Road close to the Jamestown Marina.

The Retreat: Large lots with luxury homes located near Anderson’s Corner.

The Vineyards: Large lots located next to and integrated with the Williamsburg Winery. Some homesites are still available. Amenities include a pool, tennis courts and a clubhouse on the lake.

The Woodlands: Multi-level condominiums located off of Jamestown Road in The City of Williamsburg. The City of Williamsburg has lower taxes than the surrounding counties and makes this an appealing option for the homebuyer looking for a Williamsburg Condo.

The Woods: Custom homes in Williamsburg build between the Woodlands neighborhood and Holly Hills on Jamestown Road. Situated just minutes from Walsingham Academy and Colonial Williamsburg.

Toano Woods: Single-family homes located in Toano off of Route 60.

Villages of Westminister: Various types of single-family homes located off of Richmond Rd. (Route 60) near the Prime Outlets.

Village at Quarterpath: New home subdivision located off of Quarterpath Rd. and Richmond Rd. It is conveniently located to the Quarterpathe Recreation Center and the Riverside Medical Facility slated for construction.

Warhill Green: A condominium complex located near the intersection of Centerville Road and Longhill Road.

Westmoreland: Newer custom built homes off of Mooretown Road in Williamsburg. Located near Lafayette High School.

Wellington: Single-family homes built near Williamsburg Christian Academy and Stonehouse Elementary. Amenities include a pool and a pond.

Westgate: Condos in Williamsburg. Loacted just off of Richmond Road in the heart of Williamsburg.

Westray Downs: Single family homes situated just off of John Tyler Highway.

Winston Terrace: Located just off of Route 199 and Jamestown, this neighborhood is convenient to everything. Construction on homes in Winston Terrace was started in approximately 1960’s.

Williamsburg Commons: Condominium Complex located just off of Bypass Rd. in Williamsburg, Virginia. Just a short walk from Cracker Barrel and Hotters.

Williamsburg Bluffs: York County Single-family homes located off of Route 143 near Williamsburg Country Club.

Windmill Meadows: Newer custom homes in Williamsburg, VA that are located off of Centerville Road near the Warhill Athletic Complex.

Wyndham: Condominiums located just off of Parkway Drive in Williamsburg, VA.

Windsor Forest: Single-family homes that were mostly built in the 1980’s and 90’s with a newer section in the back that was built in the 2000’s. Premium lots back up to the old farm that is now protected by the Williamsburg Land Conservancy.

Yorkshire: A Williamsburg City property that is often confused with Holly Hills. Located right off of Jamestown Road near Walsingham Academy, these homes are close enough to Colonial Williamsburg that you can walk downtown for dinner.