Greenbrier Charlottesville VA real estate is affordable and loved by young families.
The 650-acre Greenbrier neighborhood of Charlotteville is a wonderful quiet area to raise a family. It is considered part of the City of Charlottesville. The terrain is hilly so homes are not always visible.
As of Nov 2022, there are 917 homes in the Greenbrier neighborhood which includes Greenbrier Heights.
Most of the homes were built from 1960 to the 1970s, and love to use Virginia red brick!
Greenbrier Heights is just to the north and some consider it their own neighborhood.
There are 341 homes in Greenbrier Heights and the architecture is similar to Greenbrier’s…as are the public schools.
You can’t even tell when you are in the neighborhood! But homeowners love to call it Greenbrier Heights.
Home prices are STILL reasonable and in ‘my’ estimation, a solid investment.
From Jan 2020 to Nov 1, 2022, the median price of all sold Greenbrier homes for sale in Charlottesville VA was $464,000.
And the median days on the market are only 5.
So Greenbrier Charlottesville VA real estate sells quickly.
The Greenbrier neighborhood is located east of Rt 29 and north of the Rt 250 Bypass. The John W Warner Parkway marks its most eastern border.
Charlottesville High School sits in the neighborhood.
There are two parks, McIntire Park to the south where the newly built Brooks Family YMCA is located, and Greenbrier Park to the north.
The local roads have numerous speed bumps and stop signs to keep all our children safe.
Whole Foods, Trader Joe, and Kroger are all within a minute’s drive on Rt 29.
I would be honored to be your Charlottesville realtor