Waylands Grant Crozet VA homes offer spectacular Blue Ridge Mountain views and an urban, contemporary style similar to their neighbors in Old Trail.
The attractive, colorful homes are surrounded by white picket fences, sidewalks, and a community commons with a gazebo area where kids play soccer, bonfires are held on Friday nights, and picnics on July 4th.
I give it a walkability score of 10.
Waylands Grant Crozet VA sits on 20 acres and has 246 affordable homes built from 2001-2016.
The last home built was 6494 Freedom Blvd in.
Waylands Grant Crozet VA homes consist of single-family homes and townhomes and architectural styles are mostly farmhouse-style.
Waylands Grant Crozet real estate began in 2001 and was completed in 2006.
The builders of Waylands grant Crozet VA were Southern Development Homes, Church Hill Homes (no longer in business), Legend Development, Fluvanna Land & Development, and Lambert & Lane.
Waylands Grant HOA Fees are $400 paid annually and $50 Assoc Setup/Transfer Fee.
HOA fees cover playground, area & road maintenance, snow removal, trash pickup, and yard maintenance.
The HOA is professionally managed by Real Property Mgmt.
The site plan was designed by Kathleen Galvin, a renowned Charlottesville architect. (She also designed Old Trail.)
Fiber Broadband by Lumos is coming soon into Foxchase, Cory Farm, Grayrock, Crozet Crossing, Waylands Grant, and Jarman Estates. Comcast Xfinity is already here.
4 homes in the Waylands Grant Crozet neighborhood were sold in 2022. The high price was $452,500, the low was $350,000, and the median price was $409,000.
Albemarle County public schools serving Waylands Grant Crozet VA are Brownsville, Henley, and Western Albemarle.
The complete name is The Landings at Waylands Grant.
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I would be honored to be your Crozet realtor.
Toby Beavers – Crozet Realtor