Indian Springs Charlottesville Homes For Sale

Indian Springs in Earlysville VA sits on 400 acres that include a spring-fed lake surrounded by 25 acres of green space, miles of nature trails, and beautiful Blue Ridge Mountain views.

There are currently 50 homes in Indian Springs Charlottesville (some lot owners have not built yet).

The Indian Springs neighborhood consists of 400 acres of woodlands and pasture.

The roads are private, and the land is both open and wooded, with numerous, peaceful cul-de-sacs and walking trails.

Note – The pond is stocked with bass and crappy.

Indian Springs Lots: range from 2 to 47 acres.

Architectural styles include farmhouse, modern, Queen Anne, and traditional styles. Many are Earthcraft Certified homes.

Year Built: Homes were built between 2004 and 2014. Then began again in 2023 with 4 new homes.

Indian Springs Builders: Artisan Construction, Charlottesville Area Builders, Craig Builders, Dominion Development, Gary Martin, Gibson Homes, Kenny Williams, Peak Builders, Piedmont Realty and Construction (now Stanley Martin Homes), Southern Development Homes, Smith and Robertson, and Weston Homes.

Recent Sales: Since Jan 2022 five homes in Indian Springs have sold.

Median Sales Price: $1,036,500

Note – The original home in Indian Springs was built in 1754.

Indian Springs HOA Fees: For 2023, $500 a year.

Albemarle County Public Schools that serve Indian Springs are Broadus Wood Elementary, Journey Middle School, and Albemarle High School. Nearby is a fine private all-boys school, the Blue Ridge School.

Location: 5 mins to the Charlottesville Airport. 13 min to Hollymead Town Center & 20 mins north of Charlottesville.

Directions: Through Earlysville, left onto Buck Mountain Road (at the store), right onto Markwood Rd., 1.5 miles to the right into Indian Springs.

My thoughts – Indian Springs Charlottesville is beautiful. Though it’s taken a while to get going since 2008, I consider this neighborhood some of the most attractive Earlysville VA real estate. It’s very quiet here and offers wonderful walking trails. It is a bit far from Charlottesville and no activities for your kids. The roads are very winding and can be difficult to navigate at night. There are no amenities so make your fun. I give Indian Springs Earlysville VA an 8 out of 10.