Hyland Ridge Charlottesville Homes For Sale

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Hyland Ridge in Charlottesville offers 111 homes and cul de sacs, sidewalks, and wooded walking trails. Many of the homes have beautiful Blue Ridge and Carter’s Mountain views.

Recently Sold Hyland Ridge Charlottesville Homes

Years Built: 2012-2018.

Home Sizes: 3-6 bedrooms and 2-6 full baths.

Lot Sizes: from .5 to 4 acres. Note – there is one home on 21 acres.

Amenities: Walking trails and a play area.

Recent Sales: In 2023, 2 homes sold.

Median Sales Price: $1,020,000.

Note – The median days on the market before going under contract are 5.

Hyland Ridge Builders: Craig Builders and Southern Development Homes.

Note – Both are local, reputable builders and known for their EcoSmart homes. Most homes have a HERS score of 55. A HERS Index Score of 55 means the home is 45% more energy efficient than a standard new home, thus guaranteeing energy efficiency and maximum utility savings.

HOA Fees: Year 2023, $200 quarterly and $75 association setup/transfer fee.

HOA Fees Cover: area maintenance, play area, professional management, master insurance policy, and trash pickup.

Albemarle County Public Schools that serve the Hyland Ridge neighborhood are Stony Point Elementary, Burley Middle, and Monticello High.

Location: Hyland Ridge is on the eastern side of Albemarle County off Rt 20 at the base of Pantops Mountain. 3 mins to I-64 (Shadwell exit), 5 mins to Sentara Martha Jefferson Hospital, 3 miles from downtown Charlottesville, and 14 mins to UVA.

Note – Rt 20 North is renown for its fine Charlottesville historic homes and horse farms.

Directions: From Downtown take 250 E towards Pantops. At Stony Point Rd/Rt. 20, turn left. Go 1/2 mile to a right on Fontana Drive. Continue through Fontana into Hyland Ridge.

My thoughts: Hyland Ridge is in a great location if you work at Sentara Martha Jefferson or if you need to get on I-64 quickly. I give Hyland Ridge an 7 out of 10. Why not a 10? The Fontana neighborhood is next door and it’s large. There’s a lack of amenities for kids and the roads around Pantops can be hazardous during rush hour.