Turner Mountain Charlottesville Homes

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Turner Mountain offers 15 luxury homes in an attractive Ivy neighborhood on a small mountain off Rt 250 W.

Recently Sold Turner Mountain Homes

Amenities: None other than walking the neighborhood’s two roads.

Recent Sales: Year 2023, 1 sale for $952,000.

Median Price: Since Jan of 2021, 3 homes were sold with a median price of $1,370,000.

Lots Size: 3.25 to 48 acres (the majority of lots are less than 11 acres).

Lot Description: Mostly wooded.

Year Built: Turner Mountain homes were built between 1961 and 2014.

Note – At the top of Turner Mountain Rd is the 48-acre horse farm, Meriwether Ridge Farm, with a six-stall barn, ring, and paddocks.

Builders: Peter Eades, Evergreen Builders, Jack Laramore, Peak Builders, Rosney Architects, and Weather Hill Homes.

HOA Fees: None.

Note – There is a road maintenance fee are $500 a year.

Albemarle County Public Schools that serve the Turner Mountain Wood neighborhood are Murray Elementary, Henley Middle, and Western Albemarle High.

Location: Situated on a tranquil, wooded, hillside neighborhood just west of Ivy. 8–10 minutes to St. Anne’s, UVA, and Western Albemarle Public Schools.

Directions: From Charlottesville take Rt 250 W past Duner’s Restaurant in Ivy to a right on Turner Mtn Rd.

My thoughts: I like the location of the Turner Mountain neighborhood. The small neighborhood is known for its spectacular southern views as it is situated on a small, wooded mountain. There are no amenities (such as a pool, clubhouse, tennis, etc), I give Turner Mountain Wood an 8 out of 10.