Inglecress Charlottesville Luxury Homes

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Coveted Inglecress in Charlottesville homes sit on a manicured hill overlooking Ivy and offers large, open spaces with glorious Blue Ridge Mountain views, and tucked away quiet cul de sacs in a very private setting. Some lots adjoin Ivy Creek and contain a pond and wonderful walking trails.

Recently Sold Inglecress Homes

Amenities: none

Architectural styles: Contemporary, European, Georgian, and Traditional designs

Lots: 21

Lot sizes: range from 2-4+ acres.

Years Built: from 1985 to 2012. The first home built in Inglecress Charlottesville was 1280 Inglecress Dr. in 1985 (3 beds/4 baths).

Recent Sales: 2 homes have sold in 2023.

Median Sales Price: $2,075,000.

Inglecress HOA Fees: $1100 a year.

HOA fees cover area maintenance, the reserve fund, snow removal, and road maintenance.

Location: Off Garth Rd, three miles from Barracks Road Shopping Center, and 5 minutes to the University of Virginia, Boars Head Inn, and Farmington Country Club. While Farmington Country Club is nearby, the roads outside of the Inglecress neighborhood are too dangerous for kids to ride on.

Note – Garth Road is one of the most attractive roads in Albemarle County.

Builders: Jay Dalgliesh architect, Charles McRaven, Judi Simpson, Phil Speasmaker, and Mission Home Builders.

Albemarle County Public Schools serving Inglecress are Greer Elementary, Journey (previously Jack Jouett) Middle, and Albemarle High.

My thoughts – 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. I give Inglecress Charlottesville a 9 out of 10 as it has no amenities.