Foxchase & Foxchase Landing Crozet Homes
Foxchase and Foxchase Landing homes in Crozet VA offer spectacular Blue Ridge Mountain views while Lickinghole Creek rushes below. The Blue Ridge Mountains feel like they are in your backyard and you’ll feel rejuvenated as the sun rises over the pond to the east.
There are 56 homes in Foxchase and 14 in Foxchase Landing.
Foxchase started development in 2003.
Foxchase Landing broke ground in 2016 and is a newer neighborhood inside of of Foxchase.
Foxchase lots range in size of .7 to 1.88 acres and homes in size from 2,000-4,000 finished sq ft.
Foxchase Landing lots range in size of .5 to 1.3 acres and homes in size from 2,000-4,000 finished sq ft.
The median price in Foxchase is $1,200,000.
The median price in Foxchase Landing is $1,172,000.
HOA Fees: For 2023 both Foxchase & Foxchase Landing are $378 a quarter.
Amenities: A community pool, one tennis court, a clubhouse, an exercise room, walking trails, and small fishing ponds.
Architectural styles include classic, colonial, Georgian, Queen Anne, and Craftsman.
Foxchase builders: Arcadia Builders, Gibson Homes, Craig Builders, Dobson Homes, Gaffney Homes, High Harbor, Jacques Homes, Medallion Enterprises, and Skyline Home Builders.
Foxchase Landing builder: Southern Classic Homes.
2 homes in Foxchase have sold since Jan 2022 with a median price of $1,142,000.
6 Foxchase Landing homes have sold since Jan 2022 with a median price of $1,356,000.
Location: Foxchase and Foxchase Landing are located between Ivy and Crozet off Rt 250 West in the Western Albemarle School District. 1 mile from the Blue Ridge Shopping Center which offers a wonderful Harris Teeter supermarket, Cardinal Building Supply, and many other smaller businesses, dentists, eye doctors, and restaurants.
Directions: From Charlottesville, take 64 West to the Crozet exit, Turn right onto 250 East towards Crozet, Turn left onto Foxdale Ln. Or from Ivy, head west past Rt 240 after 3 miles look for Foxdale Lane on your right.
Albemarle County Public Schools that serve the two neighborhoods are Brownsville Elementary, Henley Middle, and Western Albemarle High.
My thoughts: Great location, great Blue Ridge Mountain views from atop the small Foxchase hill, wonderful public schools, close to shopping and some attractive, albeit small amenities. I give Foxchase & Foxchase Landing an 8 out of 10.
Note: The backside of Foxchase overlooks the Western Ridge neighborhood which is sited off Rt 240 in Crozet.
Note – 505 Foxchase Lane was the original estate home before the development began in 2007. It originally sold for just over $1m in 2005 on almost 2 acres. Then again sold in 2022 for $1,285,000.
Note – Foxchase Landing owners are unable to join the Foxchase HOA board however, they are able to join the Foxchase Architectural Review Board.
Note – A professional gym is at the ACAC in Old Trail located 5 miles to the west in Old Trail.