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New listing: 3016 East Bay in Berkeley's Green

by Deelyn Neilson

Newly remodeled with gorgeous finishes, 3016 East Bay in Berkeley's Green offers four bedrooms, two and a half baths and 2,588 square feet of living space.   The spacious and sun-drenched kitchen has brand new granite counter tops, new stainless steel appliances, center island, pantry and desk area.  Recently re-finished hardwood floors flow into the inviting family room. A generously sized master bedroom features a huge walk-in closet and en suite bath, complete with separate shower and tub and dual sinks. Located on a cul-de-sac, the home's large, fenced backyard is ready for play!

Call Deelyn at 757-503-1999 or email at [email protected] for more information on this beautiful home in Williamsburg, VA.

Situated on the green at the award-winning Colonial Heritage golf course, this beautiful home offers gorgeous views and privacy on 0.43 acres. With four bedrooms, three bathrooms and over 5000 square feet, there is plenty of room for family and guests.

Offering the perfect blend of beauty and functionality, the gourmet kitchen features granite counter tops, custom cabinetry, double ovens, and an island.  The master suite is also gorgeous, with a spacious, airy design.  The master bath features dual vanities, a walk-in shower, and a corner tub.

In addition to two more bedrooms, there are also flex rooms in the walk-out basement perfect for a home theater, craft room, or whatever your needs may be. Even more room for storage is available through heated and cooled storage rooms downstairs.  

4386 King James is offered at $470,000

New price on 102 Links of Leith in Fords Colony!

by Deelyn Neilson


This stunning five bedroom, two and a half bath all brick home in Fords Colony is now offered at $525,000. Featuring 3509 square feet, the home has 5 bedrooms 2 1/2 baths and sits on an interior and fenced lot in Ford's Colony. Offering a  gourmet kitchen with gorgeous custom cabinetry, granite counter tops, center island, and pantry, this home was built for the perfect blend of comfort and luxury. The main floor also features ten foot tall ceilings and hardwood flooring. The laundry room has plenty of storage with cabinets and the library has built in bookcases.  The fenced backyard is primed for gardening with a 265 feet deep well covered by a shed wired for electricity. To see this beautiful home in person, call Deelyn at 757-503-1999 or email at [email protected].

The Colonial Williamsburg Fifes and Drums Corps   performances are always extraordinary and without a doubt the best free entertainment that you will find anywhere-Williamsburg and beyond. Their marches are just flat out amazing and invigorating.  

This weekend, May 19-20,  promises to be very exciting as the Colonial Williamsburg  Fife and Drum Corps hosts a "Drummers Call'.  Head  to Colonial Williamsburg and you will be entertained with Fifes and Drum Corps from across the country and Canada performing 'authentic field music from the American Revolution'.  There will be performances and demonstrations throughout the day. In the evening, a special performance, The Grand March and Review, will  follow the "Salute to the Nation" program. This will include evening torch-lit Tattoos from  Duke of Gloucester and the Palace Green and ending at the Capitol building.  Truly extraordinary and free entertainment!   For more information, head to the Colonial Williamsburg website

Below is a fall Junior Corps Fife and Drum march.  (Yes,  a vested interested from the blog writer! Mitch Neilson is center back wearing blue!)



Things to Do in Virginia

by Deelyn Neilson


When you live in Williamsburg, VA, you'll never run out of things to do.  From enjoying the beauty of the natural world, to our historic sites, to the thrill of a roller coaster at Busch gardens, there is something for everyone. This weekend forecast is a perfect 76 degrees with a very low chance of rain.  Why not take advantage of the gorgeous weather by enjoying the great outdoors?

Friday, May 18th 2012:

  • ​​Get ready for all the great stuff to do this weekend  ​by participating in Williamsburg's "Bike to Work Day". Bike, walk, carpool, or take the bus to work and  the City of Williamsburg will buy you lunch! Luncheon is held at the Williamsburg Community Building, 401 N. Boundary St. Hurry and RSVP to [email protected]
  • Got Friday off? Get on the green with 6th Walter B. Dutton Memorial Golf Tournament ​hosted by the James City Ruritan club. The tournament is held on the beautiful sloping hills of Stonehouse golf course in Toano, VA and starts at 11am. $50 for members and $70 for non-members. Call 757-566-9747 or 757-345-5535 for more information.

Saturday, May 19 2012: 

  • Do a little shopping at the ​Williamsburg Farmer's Market ​from 8am to 12 noon on Duke of Gloucester Street. Get fresh produce, gourmet fish and meats, flowers and vegetable plants and scads of other goodies from local vendors.
  • For lunch, ride out to the Chickohominy River Park between 10am and 4pm for the Family Fun Fest. Food, fun and entertainment for all ages! Parking $3. Call 757-259-4200 for more information.
  • ​Then stop by the Smokin’ Hot Barbecue Fest ​at Walsingham Academy, 1100 Jamestown Rd, held from 2-7pm.
  • ​Later than evening, grab a canoe down at York River State park for "Canoeing with the Stars" at 7:30. Stay until midnight locating constellations with Virginia Peninsula Astronomy Stargazers. Canoe rentals are $13. Call  757-566-3036 for more information.

Sunday, May 20 2012: 

  • ​Stay inside just long enough for a worship service of your choice.
  • Have brunch at Opus 9 Steakhouse in Newtown, enjoying the sounds of jazz with the Chris Brydge Duo from 11am-2pm. For reservations call (757) 645-4779.
  • Hang out at Busch Gardens and see Kirk Franklin, inspirational vocalist, live at the Glory in the Gardens concert series at 7pm.

There’s always stuff to do in Virginia, especially in Historic Williamsburg!  If you love the Williamsburg area, browse homes for sale in Williamsburg VA or contact me at [email protected] . Together we can find the perfect place for you!




Not every "improvement" will actually increase the value of your home.  In some cases, you can spend thousands of dollars only to find out no buyer shares your taste or your idea of the perfect home.  Take a look at these five types of home improvements to avoid.

  1. Bright Paint and Wall Paper: Although fresh paint is always welcome, your favorite shade of periwinkle isn’t.  Wall paper should be avoided—not only is it expensive to buy and install, it is difficult to remove.  Buyers will only think of the money and time they’ll have to spend to change it. Only repaint your home with neutral tones like beiges, grays, and whites. These offer a fresh look without broadcasting your personalized taste.  
  2. Putting in a pool:  They cost $10,000 and up to install, they require constant maintenance, and they are a safety hazard.  Although a private swimming pool may be one of your dreams, future buyers may view it as an “attractive nuisance.”  Similarly, buying a hot tub is no investment and you’ll never recoup the cost of the unit when you sell your house.
  3. Luxury Priced Fixtures:  Although you may appreciate the craftsmanship of a hand carved recycled oak door with polished bronze handles, other folks just see a door.  Spending thousands of dollars on practical items when a much cheaper, good quality fixture would have served the same purpose is not a good investment.  Save your money for features that buyers will notice.
  4. Whirlpool Bathtub:  Having a long soak in a big tub may sound relaxing, but most people just don’t have the time.  Many of the attractive features of whirlpools are actually outweighed by the noise of the motor, the amount of water it takes to fill, and the specialized care required in maintenance and upkeep.  Buyers usually look at whirlpools as something that they won’t use, but they’ll have to clean.  Instead of installing a whirlpool tub, consider using the space for a large walk-in shower, double vanity, or water closet.
  5. A New Addition: The cost of labor and materials won’t pay you back dollar for dollar in a resell.  An addition which doesn’t blend into the house may actually turn off buyers, since the home itself will not be esthetically pleasing.  Beware of the popular garage conversion—although you may need extra room, you could be eliminating potential buyers who are looking for a garage. A poorly done garage remodel only leaves you with an odd extra room that doesn’t serve a purpose.

Sunday Brunch in Williamsburg VA

by Deelyn Neilson

For a casual and relaxed morning, why not try one of Williamsburg's finest eateries this Sunday for a delicious brunch? Offering specialized gourmet menus, these brunches are sure to tempt your palate and delight your senses.  All brunches listed are offered every Sunday.

The Bray Dining Room: Delicious food with Old South elegance.  Offering delicious dishes like the Chesapeake Crab Louie Salad, Traditional Shrimp and Grits, and Picatta Style Pork Loin, in addition to many other entrees on the Bray Dining Room Bruch Menu. The Bray Dining Room is found in the gorgeous Kingsmill resort in Williamsburg VA. Call 800-832-5665 for reservations and directions.  

The Blue Talon Bistro: Found in the heart of Colonial Williamsburg, you can start your morning with a leisurely walk down Duke of Gloucester Street before a leisurely brunch. Boasting serious comfort food, the Blue Talon Brunch Menu features classics with a twist. Try the mac n'cheese on penne pasta, homemade meatloaf with crushed potatoes and poached egg and Hollandaise sauce, or the cheese and fruit plate. Call 757-476-2583 for reservations and directions.

Opus 9: Located in the planned community of Newtown in Williamsburg VA, Opus 9 Sunday Brunch offers a scrumptious buffet for a fixed rate to the sounds of live entertainment.  Kids under three eat free in this family friendly atmosphere. Call 757-645-4779 for reservations and directions.

Second Street Grill: An American bistro, the Second Street Grill is found just a hop and a skip outside of Colonial Williamsburg. Gourmet selections are available through the regular brunch menu or gluten-free brunch menu. Call 757-220-2286 for reservations and directions.


4801 Glencoe Way in Villags of WestminsterThe price will drop today  to $259,0000 on  this move-in ready rancher at 4801 Glencoe Way in Villages of Westminster! Truly an mazing VALUE and the best deal in town. Featuring just over 2000 square feet you will love this well maintained home and it's  location tucked away on a cul-de-sac in sought after Villages of Westminster

4801 Glencoe Way in Villages of Westminster offers the best in easy and low maintenance living. There are 2 very spacious first floor bedrooms with 2 nicely sized baths and a 'flex'  room over the garage that offers endless possibilities as an additional guest bedroom or home office or media room. 

Columned entries into the dining room and living room or home office add architectural detail. The spacious kitchen is open to the family room that also offers a gas fireplace. Don't miss the adjacent screened in porch and open deck.

Offered today at $250,000! Please call  Deelyn at 757.503.1999 or email at [email protected] to schedule a showing or to get more information on 4801 Glencoe Way in Villages of Westminster in Williamsburg, VA. 


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