Colthurst Farm Charlottesville Real Estate is fabulous.
Perfectly located just outside of the city of Charlottesville on one of the most scenic roads sits Colthurst Farm.
Colthurst Farm offers wonderful views of the Blue Ridge Mountains and nearby hunt country rolling lands. At one time, this was prime fox-hunting land for the Farmington Hunt.
But progress in the 50s saw the need for more elegant homes.
Colthurst Farm sits on 131 acres and abuts up to the backside of Farmington.
There are 60 home sites ranging from 1-3.5 acres each, however, only 26 homes have been built.
Colthurst Farm HOA fees are a whopping $35 a year. No Association Setup or Transfer Fees. Taxes on the only home sold in 2022 for $2,100,000 was $11,000 (106 Reynard Dr).
Colthurst Farm began to develop four homes in the 1950s. 103 Tally Ho Drive is the original home. Eventually, 26 homes would be built.
Colthurst Farm is located off Barracks Road and near the Foxfield Race Course. 3 mins to UVA and 12 mins to Downtown Charlottesville.
On a scale of 1-10, Colthurst Farm Charlottesville Real Estate is a 9.
“For all these years Colthurst has been Mary Helen’s love. “We didn’t want to live anywhere else,” she says. It was indeed the perfect setting in which to raise a family and to pursue a very full life.
I asked Mary Helen if bringing the hunters back, with their calls of “Tally Ho!” as they galloped across our lawns, would help to ameliorate our current “deer problem”. She and I both agreed to leave that question a moot point.”— Florence Fitzgerald interviewed Mary Helen for the June, 1993 Colthurst News
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