Thursday, November 02, 2006
New Kent Vineyards Va Fall 2007 formerly Farms of New Kent
A new destination for those who love life is coming to one of America’s oldest counties. Live here. Play here. Even work and shop here not long into the future. The name of New Kent Vineyards, located in New Kent County in the heart of historic eastern Virginia, will soon be on the lips of homebuyers and travelers alike. An extraordinary blend of residential communities, golf and, not least, vineyards and a winery, New Kent Vineyards is just beginning. There will be no end to its delights.
Suppose that you are not a wine expert, much as you might appreciate them. Could it be said, nevertheless, that you are a connoisseur of the things that constitute the good life? New Kent Vineyards will reward your expertise.
Envision the life that will be yours here. A beautifully designed home befitting your needs — spacious or perhaps smaller and always well appointed. A Rees Jones championship golf course for your leisure hours—may they be many! The winery and a unique town center called The Village not far from your door. Shops, restaurants, a Bed and Breakfast, and even equestrian amenities adding their own touch of class to your community.
Is this the kind of life you are ready to live?
An unbroken swath of significant American history stretches along the I-64 corridor between the old capital, Williamsburg, and the current capital, Richmond. Situated on historic land between the James and York rivers, New Kent County lies at virtually the midpoint of a region in which the nation began and from which its Revolutionary and Civil Wars unfolded.
Just off Interstate 64, on pristine acreage spreading north from the well-known travel corridor, New Kent Vineyards is itself unfolding. Access to airports, Colonial Williamsburg, urban amenities and Virginia’s myriad other attractions are within easy reach. Perhaps you have passed this way in your previous travels. Soon you will want to stop and consider making this your home.
As you exit from Interstate 64 and turn north on Route 106, you are on the threshold of New Kent Vineyards. New Kent County’s new Visitor and Commerce Center welcomes you first—its site to be accompanied at a later date by office and retail centers.
As you proceed on 106, you will travel through several roadway roundabouts, each of which has a distinctive character. You begin to see vineyards as you come to the points that will soon be the entrances to some of New Kent Vineyards’ unique neighborhoods. Looking right from one roundabout location shows you the site of Four Seasons by K. Hovnanian Homes—a gated active-adult community of low-maintenance residences for those 55 and better. Looking left at the same roundabout reveals the land on which a traditional single-family community called The Arbors will rise.
Continuing north on 106 and looking to the right, you see the location of The Village, a neo-traditional style neighborhood of commercial, retail and townhome residences anchored by a pedestrian mall and Farmers Market. Further north past Route 249, you come to more vineyards and the area that will be home to a collection of community amenities that includes a clubhouse, a winery, a tennis center, a country inn, a restaurant, and an equestrian center.
Finally, you arrive at an expanse of land on your left where our estate homes—called Viniterra—will be built around and along a Rees Jones championship golf course, which will feature its own clubhouse with extensive amenities.
For Further Information contact John Womeldorf
phone: 757 254 8136