Keswick Estate, an exclusive gated community in the foothills of Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains near Charlottesville, still has a few lots for sale ranging from two to six acres. This is the countryside where Thomas Jefferson built his beloved Monticello and the home of the exclusive Keswick Hall and Golf Club with its exceptional new Pete Dye course, Far Cry. When totally built out, there will be but 121 homes and home sites. This is Virginia hunt country at its best.
Lots start at about $289,950 to more than $600,000. Resale homes are also available typically from the mid 450,000 to more than a million. The Design Review Board needs to approve new home designs that typically feature classical architecture. Views include the golf course, lakefront and woods.
Set on 600 acres, the community’s expansive grounds are laced with walking trails, gardens, woods and meadows along with the peace of mind enabled by a 24 hour security service.
Residents can choose to join the Keswick Hall & Golf Club and enjoy the resort amenities including golf course, spa, pool, tennis and exercise room. Keswick Hall has the intimacy of a private estate country house and a staff that doesn’t miss a beat from the time you check in at a desk near the entrance. Room amenities included a tray set up with fine liquors and unusual beverages and snacks. Keswickestate.comWHAT'S YOUR REACTION?