Category Archives: Albemarle Farms and Estate Homes

Live Luxuriously in Charlottesville Area

Live Luxuriously in Charlottesville Area Dreaming of luxury living in the heart of the dynamic Charlottesville area? Living lavishly has never been more attainable. Charlottesville caters to an array of tastes with offerings ranging from farm side estates to mountain retreats. Whether you’re dreaming of a new construction home with a quick commute, or sustainable […]

11 Tips for a Hassle-Free Move to Charlottesville

equestrian farm with horses

Coordinating a move to a new home is never easy. Moving with horses can be trickier. The best way to ensure you and your horse’s move is efficient and hassle-free is to start planning for your move as soon as you can. To help you avoid any headaches down the road, we’ve compiled a list […]

5 Things to Consider When Buying a Home with Acreage

beautiful sunset over the virginia mountains

If your dream is to live on a large, sprawling property, Albemarle County, Virginia, is an excellent place to start looking. There are some truly beautiful properties here. When making the decision about which estate is right for you, there are a lot of things you’ll need to take into consideration. Here are 5 things […]

Live in a Home from Thomas Jefferson’s Time

Charlottesville and Albemarle County, Virginia are filled with history. This area is home to Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello and James Monroe’s Highland, the Jefferson Theater (built in 1912), and the University of Virginia (established in 1819). This area has landscapes that have witnessed the American Revolution, the Civil War, and the decades that have defined our community and our country. It is […]

What Others Say About Charlottesville

As a Charlottesville Realtor, I find the comments and statements of outsiders visiting the Charlottesville area fascinating. By now many of you may have already read what NY Times Travel Blogger Joshua Kurlantzic wrote in his post about his “36 Hours in Charlottesville, VA” on 10-26-08. If you haven’t, I believe it to be an […]