Category Archives: Earlysville

Earlysville, VA

The community of Earlysville is rich in history and has lovely rural-style neighborhoods. There are beautiful mountain views with many pretty roads for walking or cycling. The Rivanna River is great for kayaking or canoeing. The folks who here are very friendly. When visiting this community you will feel the warm atmosphere right away! The following posts will give a potential home buyer a lot of information about this neighborhood. There are posts regarding homes for sale and subjects of interest. As a result, these posts will teach you a lot about this wonderful community and some of the great neighborhoods northwest of Charlottesville.

515 Willwood Drive – $350,000 – Under Contract

  Brick one level home on a full basement, sited on a glorious woodland lot. Earlysville brick home on 2 acres with garage for sale in Fairgrove subdivision. There’s  a 24′ x 24′ garage off of the kitchen and plenty of parking in the wide driveway.  515 Willwood Drive – Earlysville, Virginia – reduced $25,000! […]

2 Earlysville Home Listings You Don’t Want to Miss!

2 New Earlysville Home Listings Coming on Market After Labor Day Call me for an appointment Today! Both homes are moments from NGIC, Hollymead Town Center, the Jefferson-Madison Regional Library, Stonefield with all of its wonderful restaurants and shops, and yes, 20 minutes from downtown Charlottesville and the University of Virginia   Brick Ranch with […]

Earlysville VA is a wonderful place to call home…

Earlysville VA Earlysville VA in Albemarle County near Charlottesville VA is a small village featuring lovely rural neighborhoods such as Arbor Park, Earlysville Forest, Hickory Ridge, and Loftlands Glen. Subdivisions in Earlysville offer 1 to 3 wooded acre lots, many with mountain views. Major businesses and fine shopping are nearby. Earlysville VA is a wonderful […]

Yes, indeed, it’s Spring in Charlottesville!

We had a relatively drag-y sort of winter… you know, the type that seems to not want to end.  We had just a couple of heavy snows, and the rest of the winter was dry and cold.  A week ago, I was beginning to prepare the beds for upcoming vegetable planting, and I wondered if […]