The Estate at Keswick Hall, with only 121 homes and home sites behind its gates, provides the opportunity to live the resort life all year long. Home sites range from 2 to 6-ac. inviting classic architectural design, guided by the Design Review Board. There is a site for everyone, including those inspired by golf (newly designed Pete Dye Course- FULL CRY) views, lakefront access, and wooded tranquility. Purchasers are encouraged to select their own architect that will enhance the fabric of the Estate. Only 7 miles from downtown Charlottesville the rolling hills and historic farm/estate setting are the perfect backdrop for Virginia Country Life with all of the amenities of 5-Star resort living, private and secure.
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