Coveted Inglecress Charlottesville homes sit on a manicured hill overlooking Ivy and offer large, open spaces with glorious Blue Ridge Mountain views and tucked away quiet cul de sacs in a very private setting. Need I say more?
Architectural styles include Contemporary, European, Georgian, and Traditional designs
With only 21 homesites, lot sizes vary from 2-4+ acres.
Location: Inglecress Charlottesville VA is located off Charlottesville’s prestigious Garth Rd three miles from Barracks Road Shopping Center, and 5 minutes to the University of Virginia, Boars Head Inn, and Farmington Country Club.
The median price of homes for sale in Inglecress Charlottesville is $1,082,500 as of Jan 2023.
Garth Rd. and Keswick Rd. are the two most attractive roads in Albemarle County.
Some lots adjoin Ivy Creek and contain a pond and wonderful walking trails throughout the perimeter of the neighborhood.
The Inglecress Charlottesville development dates from 1985 to 2012.
The first home built in Inglecress Charlottesville was 1280 Inglecress Dr. in 1985 ( 3 beds/4 baths).
Builders include Jay Dalgliesh architect, Charles McRaven, Judi Simpson, Phil Speasmaker, and Mission Home Builders.
Albemarle Public Schools serving Inglecress are Greer Elementary, Journey (previously Jack Jouett) Middle, and Albemarle High.
In my opinion, Inglecress Charlottesville real estate is an 8 since there are no amenities. It’s perfect for those living in a fancy neighborhood close to Charlottesville with low HOA fees.
Farmington Country Club is nearby however, the roads outside of Inglecress are too dangerous for kids to ride on. So you will be shuttling around town all weekend!
Inglecress HOA fees are about $1000 a year and cover area maintenance, the reserve fund, and snow removal/road maintenance.
Only two homes in Inglecress Charlottesville have been sold since 2021.
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I would be thrilled to be your Charlottesville realtor.
Toby Beavers – Charlottesville realtor since 2003
Call me at 434-327-2999