Williamsburg

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The Williamsburg area is a delightful place to live. The winters are cool to mild and the summers are great for outdoor fun including golf, fishing and boating.

The Williamsburg mailing address contains 3 localities: Williamsburg City Limits, James City County & York County. Within these locations are 100’s of neighborhoods, where each has its own personality.

Here are some examples:
Kingsmill
Kingsville
Governor’s Land
Fords Colony
Settlement at Powhatan Creek
Colonial Heritage

Williamsburg has all that you are looking for as a place to live. The area boasts a low crime rate, top public school system, and low cost of living. Plus, Williamsburg has state-of-art medical facilities and the second oldest college in the United States, The College of William & Mary.

Williamsburg was one of America’s first planned cities. Laid out in 1699 under the supervision of Governor Francis Nicholson, it was to be a “new and well-ordered city” suitable for the capital of the largest and most populous of the British colonies in America.

Today, the Historic Area comprises 301 acres with 88 original buildings and hundreds of structures that have been reconstructed on their original locations. Educational tours and programs recreate daily life during the 1700s, when colonists were taking their first steps toward becoming Americans.

The quality of life in Williamsburg is unsurpassed. It boasts over 200 miles of coastline with numerous access points throughout. Public marinas and boat ramps provide access to creeks and inlets. Plus, there are two piers along the Riverwalk Landing retail development area that are available for recreational boaters. These piers also accommodate regional cruise ships, military ships and visiting tall ships throughout the year.

To learn more about moving and living in Williamsburg call Sue McSwain at 908.400.1440 or email suemcswain@lizmoore.com

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