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Williamsburg again ranked a top travel destination

by Deelyn Robinson

The Williamsburg Yorktown Daily (WYDaily) newspaper reports that Williamsburg remains one of the best travel destinations in the country, according to Travel + Leisure magazine. 

The magazine ranks Williamsburg at No. 13 on its recently released top-15 list of American destinations alongside cities such as Honolulu, San Francisco, Washington, D.C. and Austin. 

Travel + Leisure bases its ratings on responses it receives from readers about their travel experiences. Travelers ranks cities on sights, landmarks, culture, cuisine, shopping and overall value. 

Williamsburg scored 80.51 points, while No. 15 Washington, D.C. scored 80.09. Charleston, S.C., with 87.04 points, was the highest-ranked city. 

Williamsburg also appeared on another Travel + Leisure list last spring: the best places to travel to in July. Not to be outdone, the New York Times also featured Williamsburg and the Historic Triangle in its “52 places to Go in 2019” list.

The latter article highlighted the events, still ongoing, surrounding the celebration of the 400th anniversary of Jamestown’s first legislative assembly in the New World. 

Take a bow, Williamsburg! You can read the full WYDaily article here

 

Just Listed in Ford's Colony - 124 Hollinwell in St. Andrews Village

by Deelyn Robinson

Just listed in Ford’s Colony
124 Hollinwell

 

5 Bedroom | 4 Bath | 4,027 Sq Ft
Offered at $519,000.

Take a look inside! Move-in perfect home in sought-after St. Andrews Village with two first floor bedrooms plus first and second floor master bedrooms! 

This lovely home features a unique floorplan offering character and charm plus spectacular renovations throughout. 

Click here for a Matterport virtual tour of this gorgeous home.

For more information on this Ford's Colony home, contact Deelyn at 757.503.1999 or [email protected].

Ford's Colony hosts historic national golf qualifier

by Deelyn Robinson
11-year-old Gianna Clemente (center) stands with the other golfers who qualified for the U.S. Women's Amateur at Ford's Colony

Ford’s Colony’s status as a premier golf-course community was on display again recently when it hosted a qualifying tournament for the U.S. Women’s Amateur Championship.

When it was over, the third-youngest player to ever qualify for the women’s amateur – 11-year-old Gianna Clemente -- was among three women to make the field for the Aug. 5 event to be held in Mississippi.

Clemente is from Warren, Ohio. The other players to qualify also came from out of town, Ohio State's Aneka Seumanutafa and University of Wisconsin golfer Tracy Lee.

The qualifying event received plenty of national coverage, including in USA Today, CBS Sports and Golf Digest.

Ford's Colony boasts three championship golf courses -- Blue Heron, Marsh Hawk and Blackheath -- that offer golfers of any age and ability a first-class experience. 

 

 

New Price for Golf and Waterfront Home in Ford's Colony

by Deelyn Robinson

New Price for 106 Edward Wyatt Drive in Ford’s Colony
5 Bedroom | 4.5 Bath | 4,269 SQ FT


Now offered at $669,000.

Million Dollar Views!  Extraordinary opportunity on a very special water and golf front home nestled on a private full acre lot. 

Offering an open and very spacious floorplan, you will love the panoramic views from this beautiful home!  Light and bright throughout, this cheerful home features great living spaces to include 2 family rooms, 5 bedrooms plus bonus room, and 2000 sq ft unfinished walk-out basement that offers tons of potential and plenty of storage. 

For more information on this Ford's Colony home, contact Deelyn at 757.503.1999 or [email protected]

New Listing in Stonehouse - 2948 Leatherleaf Drive

by Deelyn Robinson

Just Listed in Stonehouse
2948 Leatherleaf Drive

4 Bedroom | 3.5 Bath | 3,565 Sq Ft
Offered at $525,000.

Stunning inside and out! You will love this GOLF-FRONT custom-built home offering a gorgeous open floor plan and the best in living spaces – both indoors and out- and just minutes to I-64.  

All new fresh paint and new carpet make this home move-in perfect! 

For more information, contact Deelyn at 757.503.1999 or [email protected].

New Price for New Construction!

by Deelyn Robinson
New Price for New Construction at 7580 Uncles Neck, Toano, Virginia.

 
Well-appointed new home built by Hallmark Homes nestled on a private 4 acre lot in the heart of River’s Bend at Uncles Neck.
  • 4 Bedroom | 4 Bath | 3,452 SQ FT
  • Gorgeous kitchen with center island, granite counter tops, stainless appliances and tons of storage.
  • Master suite with stunning en suite bath and large walk-in closet
  • Split floor plan with 2 guest bedrooms sharing a Jack and Jill bath.
  • Additional bedroom, bonus and full bath on the second floor.
  • Features include hardi-shingle/hardiplank siding, 50 year architectural shingles, solid core doors, tiled bathrooms and laundry room.
  • Built with Energy Efficient systems including: Navian tankless water heater with re-circulating line, 16 seer heat pump, blown cellulose wall insulation, and Low-E insulated windows.

Now offered at $649,900.

For more information, contact Deelyn at 757.503.1999 or [email protected].

 

New recycling: Remember these rules!

by Deelyn Robinson

With a new curbside recycling company, TFC Recycling, stepping in July 1 in James City County, it’s a good time to revisit some helpful rules of recycling to make the process go smoothly.  

The most important of all is knowing what is acceptable for the recycling program and what is not, so let this info from the county’s website help:

ACCEPTABLE -- plastic bottles and jugs, cardboard, mixed paper, metal cans, glass bottles and jars. All other items are considered contamination to the recycling stream. 

Remember, it is NOT necessary to crush cans before placing them in the recycling bin. Yes, that saves space, but the Aluminum Association notes crushing cans may actually make cans harder to sort at the recycling center. 

Plastic jugs MAY be crushed, and metal bottle caps are OK. Plastic caps are not.

NOT ACCEPTABLE: plastic bags! (Take them to a grocery store that has marked bins for plastic bags out front), light bulbs, stretch wrap, pizza boxes, food waste, yard waste, diapers (please, no!) and long items that tangle such as rope, carpet, hoses, wire and Christmas lights. 

Bins with visible contaminants will not be emptied. Also, the county asks that you do not leave items such as cardboard on the curb outside of the bin. It won't be picked up.

If you haven’t received your new bin, it should arrive this week. 

Residents may recycle for free through September. They may opt-out of the monthly $7 program as of October 1. 

The county has produced this videoto help explain the recycling program.

Fun on the Williamsburg 4th!

by Deelyn Robinson

 

It’s true. July 4th fireworks just look and feel brighter and better in Williamsburg!

The annual chills-inducing Independence Day highlight is Colonial Williamsburg’s evening celebration launched from behind the Governor’s Palace. 

The fun begins at 7 p.m. with a reading of the Declaration of Independence by Thomas Jefferson, a performance by the CW Fifes and Drums, patriotic sing-a-longs and of course the awesome, bursting fireworks above the Palace Green.

That performance caps a full day that starts with the Fifes and Drums and young Thomas Jefferson reading the Declaration off the Capitol West Balcony at 9:30 a.m. That’s followed by a salute to the original 13 states with a display of each state’s flag amid cannon and musket fire.

At 1:30 p.m. visitors and history buffs can meet and talk with one of our many “Nation Builders” enactors at the Charlton Stage.

Following that at 3:30 p.m. will be a performance of “Created Equal,” an exploration of African American perspectives on the Declaration, the revolutions it inspired and the ongoing struggle for equality and freedom in America.

Check all these details and more 4th of July goings-on at visitwilliamsburg.com.

Yorktown also features a full day of events beginning at 8 a.m. with an 8K run and a 5K walk before by a parade along Main and Water Streets.

Enjoy music, the beach, the American Revolution museum and shopping, then close the evening with a patriotic concert, bell ringing and brilliant fireworks over the York River.

Visityorktown.org has all the information about a fun day on the 4thin Yorktown.

New Price and Open House at 105 Buford Road!

by Deelyn Robinson

New Price and Open House at 105 Buford Road in Windsor Forest
4 Bedroom | 2 Bath| 1,926 SQ FT
Now offered at $309,000.

Open House this Sunday, June 23 from 1PM-3PM

Wow! Beautiful and move–in ready rancher offering one floor low- maintenance living on a treed and private lot.  

With all NEW carpet, NEW paint and a NEW roof, this charming and perfect-sized home is sure to please.  

For more information, contact Deelyn at 757.503.1999 or [email protected]

Just Listed in White Hall - 3469 Westham Lane

by Deelyn Robinson

Just Listed in White Hall
3469 Westham Lane

3 Bedroom | 2.5 Bath | 1,574 Sq Ft
Offered at $206,000.

You will love this pristine end-unit town home offering a beautiful open floorplan - perfect for entertaining or everyday enjoyment.

Fabulous central location – very convenient to I-64. The community offers social gatherings, pool, clubhouse, tennis courts and playground.

For more information, contact Deelyn at 757.503.1999 or [email protected].

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