Ashcroft Charlottesville homes for sale offer a total of 107 homes from 1-3 acres with an emphasis on privacy and spectacular western views of the city of Charlottesville, Monticello, and the Blue Ridge Mountains on 974 acres of secluded hardwood forests.
There is a total of 270 homesites with an average of 3-4 new homes being built yearly.
Homes offer green features and size range from homes range from 2,500 to 7,000 finished sq ft.
Amenities include a community pool, fitness center, playground, tennis court, volleyball court, basketball court, and 170 acres of nature preserve used for walking, hiking, and biking.
The Ashcroft neighborhood Charlottesville VA is planned and developed by noted Charlottesville builder, R.L. Beyer.
Homes for sale in Ashcroft Charlottesville VA offer Pella windows, high-end trim, hardwood floors, custom tiles, and custom cabinets.
Ashcroft HOA Fees in 2022 is $312 per quarter.
Assoc Setup/Transfer Fees are $2,000, however, the builder, RL Beyer will pay 50% ($1,000) of the initial HOA setup fees.
The first home in Ashcroft subdivision Charlottesville VA was built in 1981 at 2001 North Pantops Drive. It still looks new today.
Architectural styles include colonial, contemporary, and craftsman.
All homes are unique adding a wonderful feeling to the tight-knit neighborhood.
At the bottom of the mountain is Sentara Martha Jefferson Hospital.
A mile to your east is Pantops which offers a Giant Supermarket, Starbucks, Anytime Fitness, restaurants, Walgreens, and other amenities.
Stone Robinson Elementary, Jackson P. Burley Middle School, and Monticello High School are the Albemarle Public Schools.
What I like about Ashcroft Charlottesville homes for sale is the all-around quality of the homes.
I also like the amenities, the views, the peacefulness, and the easy access to I-64 and Sentara Martha Jefferson Hospital.
The Ashcroft neighborhood Charlottesville VA is a perfect community for doctors moving to Charlottesville.
What I don’t like about homes for sale in Ashcroft Charlottesville VA is living on a mountaintop in cold weather.
Driving down the mountain can be a challenge and the cloud cover on foggy, rainy days can be claustrophobic.
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