Living in Williamsburg
The history and charm of Williamsburg at your doorstep.
Kingsmill on the James is located two and one-half miles from Colonial Williamsburg, an out door living history museum of 18th-century America, and the College of William and Mary, the nation’s second-oldest school.
Connected to Williamsburg by the Colonial Parkway, the nearby Jamestown Settlement and the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown complete Virginia’s Historic Triangle.
Although Williamsburg possesses an impressive historical pedigree, it’s modern-day attractions make the area popular with today’s settlers. In addition to history tours, the Williamsburg area is rich with cultural offerings such as concerts, art shows, theater presentations, lectures, antique forums and garden tours.
Williamsburg is a popular place to live, both for families with growing children and for couples enjoying life as empty-nesters. Educational resources are varied and abundant, and quality healthcare is readily accessible.
When you buy a house in Williamsburg, you will never run out of places to go, things to do, and events to attend.