Governor’s Land

Governor’s Land at Two Rivers is an artfully crafted private Virginia golf community. This ‘heaven on earth’ balances the pleasures of coastal living with the ever-growing conveniences of living in Williamsburg.

Situated between Richmond and Norfolk – with Colonial Williamsburg, historic Jamestown and Yorktown, and the College of William & Mary nearby – Governor’s Land is an ideal setting for cultural pursuits, unique shopping, exceptional dining and a variety of volunteerism.

Beautiful golf community setting along the James and Chickahominy Rivers

Governor’s Land offers single-family luxury homes and real estate of timeless distinction. Situated on more than 1,400 acres, this well-established private, member-owned golf community features 733 homes and home sites, 200 acres of wildlife sanctuary and private beaches, 10 miles of walking and biking trails and miles of breathtaking tranquil river views.

An active country club community

Along with the natural splendor of its surroundings, the Two Rivers Country Club features a Tom Fazio designed championship 18-hole golf course. A full range of country club amenities are available including a marina, 10 tennis courts, two swimming pools, a fitness center, full-service clubhouse, soccer fields and playgrounds.

College Town Energy

Step outside of our idyllic golf community and be greeted with a variety of interesting things to do. Immerse yourself in the local historic venues of Williamsburg, Jamestown and Yorktown, support the College of William & Mary teams and participate in continuing education opportunities through the esteemed Christopher Wren Association at William & Mary.

Virginia offers art, wine and village festivals in town or a short drive away. Governor’s Land and Two Rivers Country Club are conveniently located between Richmond, the capital, and Virginia Beach with easy access to three airports.

Journey eastward and reach the beautiful beaches of the Atlantic Ocean. Journey west and bask in the scenic splendor of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Learn more about the rich cultural history of Governor’s Land before we were a Virginia golf community.

To learn more about moving and living in Governor’s Land, call or email Sue McSwain at 908.400.1440 or