Kingsmill Fits Your Lifestyle
Your Home. Your Lifestyle. Our Passion
Lying gently along over three miles of the Majestic James River, Kingsmill is a gated residential and resort community with a variety of architectural styles and types of homes available. Located less than three miles from Colonial Williamsburg and the College of William and Mary, Kingsmill, with its natural beauty and carefully preserved history, is a beautiful place to live.
Kingsmill is a 2900-acre community with private roads and 24-hour police force. The Kingsmill Police Department has a highly-qualified staff which provides beneficial services to residents and maintains two manned entry gates to ensure their safety and privacy.
The Kingsmill Community Services Association (KCSA) is a self-governing body. The various volunteer committees of this association allow homeowners to take an active part in the activities and operation of the community.
Single Family Homes
For those who desire single family living, Kingsmill offers a variety of beautiful homes and homesites – some along the fairways, some overlooking gentle ponds and some on naturally wooded ravines. In addition, there are magnificent homes in beautiful settings along the James River.
Townhouse living at Kingsmill leaves you free to enjoy your leisure time with some maintenance of buildings and grounds taken care of for you. There are a wide variety of townhouse neighborhoods here in Kingsmill – some have master bedrooms on the first floor, some have screened porches and large decks and many offer an abundance of storage.
Please contact the real estate agents at Kingsmill to learn more about Burwell’s Bluff, River’s Edge Townhomes, and other new construction homes in Kingsmill and the surrounding areas of Williamsburg, VA.
Resort condominiums at Kingsmill consist of clusters of one, two- and three bedroom villas with optional connecting guest rooms. As an option, under Kingsmill’s rental program, villas can be leased on a nightly basis to conferees and resort guests – and opportunity investors might consider.