Charlottesville Real Estate

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Published by Frank Hardy Sotheby's International Realty ON Tuesday, October 20, 2015 Updated on Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Mariah: A Charming Brick Residence with Mountain Views

Mariah is a spectacular brick residence nestled on 151 acres of lush Virginia countryside. Located along a charming country lane in Northwest Albemarle, this house boasts plenty of interior space, as well as ample outdoor recreation. Built with modern facilities and 360-degree views of the surrounding mountains, Mariah is a dream home perfect for those looking for a countryside escape.
Published by Frank Hardy Sotheby's Realty ON Monday, September 14, 2015 Updated on Monday, September 14, 2015

Stone Ledge: Natural Beauty and Tuscan ambience in the Blue Ridge Mountains

Nestled on the foot of the lush greenery and forests belonging to the Blue Ridge Mountains, Stoneledge is a home of natural beauty and dramatic views. Built in 2006, this Tuscan style contemporary home is fitted with the best and built for those who love to entertain or are looking for a private country escape in mind.
Published by Frank Hardy Sotheby's International Realty ON Tuesday, July 28, 2015 Updated on Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Top 50 Fastest-Growing Company in Virginia: Willow Tree

Willow Tree is a Charlottesville app company that simply can’t stop growing! It is a local software development company that has been in existence since 2007. In seven years, the company grew from five to about 85 employees, which is a big feat for a small business these days. Willow Tree has developed 300 apps and has even won a Webby award, which is similar to an Emmy award for technology and innovation. Tobias Dengel, Apps CEO, is proud of the recognition. On Virginia Chamber of Commerce’s Fantastic 50 list, Willow Tree comes in at number four.
Published by Frank Hardy, Inc. ON Monday, March 30, 2015 Updated on Monday, March 30, 2015

Spotlight on Bentivar, Virginia

Virginia country homes are all the rage, and if that’s what you’re looking for, Bentivar is a great option. In the world of Charlottesville VA real estate, Bentivar is known for its multi-acre homes that sit on wooded plots of land. Though residents know they are near Charlottesville, they feel as if they’re in the middle of the woods. The homes are single family and classic; they are either entirely wooded or partially wooded homes. Therefore, Bentivar is often seen as a forest escape, away from the city life of Charlottesville. Bentivar homes offer seclusion for home owners or families who choose to remain private.
Published by Frank Hardy, Inc. ON Thursday, March 12, 2015 Updated on Thursday, March 12, 2015

Living in Montgomery Ridge, Virginia

For the family who wants it all, Montgomery Ridge is the perfect location. For Charlottesville Virginia real estate, this is one of the best options for a family-friendly community. Each home is around 5000 square feet, has four to five bedrooms, and sits on a plot of at least half an acre. For parents who want to expand their families and have the room to do so, a home in Montgomery Ridge would suit their needs. The neighborhood began construction in 2004, and the last home was built in 2014. There are approximately 60 homes total.
Published by Frank Hardy, Inc ON Friday, February 27, 2015 Updated on Friday, February 27, 2015

The Perks of Living in Downtown Charlottesville

Do you love nightlife, great restaurants, and plenty of activities…all within walking distance? If you answered yes to all three, Downtown Charlottesville may be the perfect option for you. When people think of Charlottesville VA real estate, sprawling hills and autumn-colored leaves come to mind. While this is true, Downtown Charlottesville also offers a small city lifestyle for those who are comfortable walking and biking everywhere.
Published by Frank Hardy, Inc. ON Thursday, February 26, 2015 Updated on Thursday, February 26, 2015

Spotlight on Ivy, Virginia

The Ivy area near Charlottesville is perfect for those looking to purchase Virginia luxury real estate. The small town of Ivy, located just west of Charlottesville, offers bucolic scenery, high-end properties, and beautiful landscaping. A prospective home buyer looking at Charlottesville VA real estate should consider Ivy due to its choice of high-end properties with privacy.
Published by Frank Hardy, Inc. ON Monday, January 26, 2015 Updated on Monday, January 26, 2015

Forest Lakes: A Must-See Alternative to Charlottesville, VA Real Estate

Central Virginia has no shortage of beautiful towns and quaint communities that make for the perfect place to build a life. Charlottesville, Virginia real estate offers home buyers picturesque beauty and exquisite properties in proximity to the city, which offers restaurants, shopping and entertainment. While this meets the needs of many Virginia homebuyers, others want a bit more of a charming suburban feel. Forest Lakes is a community in Albermarle County close to Charlottesville. Fairly new, it was the area’s first planned community and has been popular among Virginia home buyers since the late eighties.
Published by Frank Hardy, Inc. ON Thursday, January 15, 2015 Updated on Thursday, January 15, 2015

CAAR Year-End 2014 Report: What's in Store for Charlottesville, VA Real Estate

The Charlottesville Area Association of Realtors (CAAR) has released its 2014 Year-End Market Report, which shows annual home sales in Greater Charlottesville were up 2.0% over 2013. This is the third consecutive year that home sales have went up! In fact, the median sales price for 2014 was at its highest since 2007, 1.9% higher than 2013. Charlottesville, Virginia real estate prices were 6.6% lower than $289,000, which was the peak hit in 2007.
Published by Frank Hardy, Inc. ON Thursday, January 8, 2015 Updated on Thursday, January 8, 2015

4 Reasons to Live in Charlottesville

1. HistoryCharlottesville is known for its history. And as the home of Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello and James Madison’s Montpelier, the town is no stranger to historic real estate. While Monticello and Montpelier are available to satisfy your historic curiosity with tours and special events, there are plenty of other opportunities to make Charlottesville historic real estate  your own. Charlottesville and surrounding Albemarle County communities feature a number of restored historic homes. Contact a Charlottesville, VA Realtor for more information on historic real estate options in Central Virginia.
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