29 North offers a wide range of housing choices and easy access to the most extensive retail options in Albemarle
Steps from the Charlottesville City line, Barracks consists mainly of established neighborhoods close to UVa.
If you are looking to be in the heart of it all - geographically and culturally - then the City of Charlottesville is the place to be.
Known for its small town feel and Blue Ridge views, Crozet features plentiful outdoor activities, parks, trails and vineyards.
Situated in the northwestern corner of Albemarle, Earlysville is known for its rolling hills and pastoral setting.
Located east of Albemarle, Fluvanna is one of Virginias fastest growing counties but manages to maintain a rural feel.
Greene residents enjoy a relaxed and rural setting, bordered by the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains.
Just west of Charlottesville, the convenience and beauty of Ivy makes it one of the regions most desirable addresses.
Within Eastern Albemarle, you can find Pantops with new developments, as well as Keswick which features rural estates.
While Louisa is mostly rural, Spring Creek and Zion Crossroads are the recent centers of the countys residential growth.
Madison has retained its agricultural tradition while still maintaining classic architectural styles throughout the county.
Best known for the Wintergreen Resort, Nelson County is nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains just southwest of Albemarle.
Known for its beauty and history, Orange County's rolling hills and rivers appeal to those looking for a rural lifestyle.
Along the northern edge of Charlottesville, Rio offers a variety of established and new communities.
Whether you are searching for a home minutes to UVa or privacy in the country, Southside offers a variety of choices.
The City of Charlottesville is a hot market, and homes with more elbow room start in the mid-$300s. Here's a look at what's on the market right now. (Act fast, homes move quickly!)