While you can miss the hamlet of Ivy with a blink of an eye there is something special about it; and it’s known as location, location, location. this is also why there are never many homes for sale. From Jan 1st2021 to Jan 19th, 2022 only two homes in Ivy were sold. So be sure to move quickly if you want to live in Ivy.

The tiny railroad stop (once known as Ivy Depot) is the birthplace of Meriwether Lewis and offers a post office, garden center, garden antiques, Duners restaurant (3 Stars) The Ivy Inn (4 Stars), the new Ivy Roadhouse, and a full-service gas station.

Ivy is ideally situated within 12 mins of the University of Virginia and downtown Charlottesville on Rt 250. And there is an on-off ramp off I-64 for Ivy.

Ivy is host to the biannual (Spring and Fall) Foxfield Steeplechase Races.

Both the exquisite Farmington Country Club and the University of Virginia’s Boar’s Head Inn (Birdwood Golf Course) are located here.

Ivy is one of the older towns in Albemarle County and home to numerous 18th and early 19th-century historic homes. One of the oldest churches in Central Virginia is St. Paul’s Episcopal.

Thinking of living in a community environment? Then consider condos, townhomes, new homes for sale Ivy in these fine neighborhoods: Bellair, Blue Springs Farm, Ednam, Far Hills, Farmington, Flordon, Glenaire, Grassmere, Harmony, Inglecress, Ingleside, Ivy Farms, Ivy Oaks, Kenridge, Langford Farms, Lewis Hills, Meriwether Hills, Old Ballard Farm, Peacock Hill, Ragged Mountain Farm, Retriever Run, Rosemont, The Rocks, Waverly, West Leigh, Whippoorwill Hollow, White Gables, and Wind River.

As an Ivy resident since 1998, I am capable of offering you a thorough explanation of Ivy real estate prices, their sold comps & what’s good & bad.

Ivy real estate is one of Albemarle County’s best investment values. And a lot of people would like to move to Ivy. But the prices are high as people from all over the United States move here for peace and quiet and have their kids attend the wonderful public schools that Western Albemarle offers.

What I like most about living in Ivy are the peace and quiet.

Ivy is within close proximity to Charlottesville and the Rt shopping corridor. It’s safe, the neighbors are from all over the world, the public schools are excellent, and it’s very scenic.

I would be thrilled to be your Charlottesville realtor!

Toby Beavers Realtor