Kingspoint

kingspointentrance.jpegKingspoint is a quiet neighborhood nestled on College Creek and Halfway Creek in Williamsburg, Virginia. ( James City County) Homeowners who joinview all homes for sale in the kingspoint neighborhood as members enjoy a pool,  playground, new clubhouse and newly landscaped grounds, as well as tennis courts and a dock (both in need of repair, but they’re working on it!)  Conveniently located  right off the Colonial National Historic Parkway and Rt 199 only a stones throw from Colonial Williamsburg and William & Mary.

Kingspoint is known for a friendly non-mandatory association with great amenities. Many home owners have stayed in the neighborhood, moving as the needs of their life have changed…upsizing, downsizing…water, no water, etc.
The private pier & boat launch are great community assets. When combined with the clubhouse, homeowners can experience all of the joys of waterfront living without the cost.There are also tennis courts and a large playground.

Lots in Kingspoint range in size from  that is over an acre . Set on 272 acres there are approximately 224 homes in the community. Home were built starting in 1965 – the late 1980’s. The majority were built in the late 60’s and 70’s. Home sizes range from 1600 square to 5000 square feet.

The clubhouse and deck  enjoy  spectacular views of College Creek. If you are into kayaking you can follow College Creek all the way to the James River.

Kingspoint Club, Inc. is owned and supported by its members who are residents of Kingspoint neighborhood. It’s a voluntary organization. About 70% of Kingspoint residents are club members.

Kingspoint Club manages the pool, tennis courts, dock, and recently renovated clubhouse. The Club is run by a volunteer board of about 7 or 8 neighbors which oversees everything from planning Halloween parties to managing club finances (and everythingBoat ramp in Kingspoint in between).

While membership in the club is reserved for Kingspoint homeowners, a limited number of non-resident memberships are extended to the Williamsburg community. The pool is quiet, and the setting peacefully nestled on the shores of college creek. The pool area features a large 25 meter pool with a diving well, a shaded baby pool, an adjacent playground, tennis courts (in need of restoration, as is our dock), and a brand new clubhouse. For information about becoming a non-resident member, please click here.

Kingspoint Club:
These recreational facilities are the focal point for the neighborhood, and while
optional, most residents are members. Each property is entitled to one share of stock
and has one vote at club meetings. If the current owner is a member in good
standing (current on dues payments), the stock can be transferred to a buyer for a $50
transfer fee. If not, the new owner can purchase stock for $1000. Annual dues are
$500, and there is a separate annual pool user fee of $185 (single), $200 (couple), or
$280 (family).
Kingspoint Neighborhood Association:
This primarily cares for the entrance and street signs and produces the annual
neighborhood directory. It is also voluntary, and fees are requested on an as-needed
basis, generally $25 every several years.
Social Groups/Small Groups:
• Women’s Club
• Garden Club
• Neighbor-to-Neighbor Program
• Book Club
• Pinterest Small Group
• Other groups, such as biking and beer-making, as interest dictates.
Architectural Review Board:
Restrictions regarding new construction or additions and renovations are governed
by a set of covenants established by the original developer. The Architectural Review
Committee authorizes exterior changes or new construction. The chairman, Tim
Caviness (229-0135), works with homeowners to help them achieve their goals.
Website:
Visit kpwilliamsburg.org for more details.

DOLPHINS SWIM TEAM. Kingspoint is also home to the Dolphins, one of the oldest neighborhood swim clubs in Williamsburg. Although  not the biggest team in town, they have a lot of spirit and a lot of fun. Swimmers get a lot of personal attention from coaches. Parents enjoy a laid back swim team experience with a dedication to excellence. For information about joining the Dolphins, please click here.

There is an active social scene within the community .  Clubs and events include :  Bridge Club,   Garden Club,  Annual Easter Egg Hunt, Neighborhood Yard Sale,  Women’s Club and more

Direction to KINGSPOINT:  From Interstate take to Route 199 West (Exit 242A). Continue on Route 199 approximately 3 miles, past one stoplight at Kingsmill, to the SECOND stoplight (Henry Street /Kingspoint Access Road), Turn left at light onto Kingspoint Access Road, take immediate RIGHT onto Kingspoint Drive and you are in the neighborhood. To get to the pool, clubhouse, boat ramp playground area  Take 4th RIGHT at Northpoint Drive, pool is at the end of Northpoint on the right.

view all homes for sale in the kingspoint neighborhoodRecent Sales Activity in Kingspoint: Traditionally there has been a low turnover in the neighborhood. The last 12 months are no exception. During that period there were only three sales with prices ranging from $278k to $366,500. As of today there are seven homes listed for sale that range in price from $275k to a waterfront home priced at $875k.

Williamsburg/ James City County VA Schools for Kingspoint:

Mathew Whaley Elementary

Berkeley Middle

Jamestown High

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This post was authored by local resident and REALTOR, John Womeldorf.  John is known around town as Mr. Williamsburg, for both his extensive knowledge of Hampton Roads and the historic triangle, and his expertise in the local real estate market.  His websites, www.WilliamsburgsRealEstate.com  and   www.MrWilliamsburg.com, were created as a comprehensive resource about living in Williamsburg and Hampton Roads, with the hopes of selling a house now and again.  You can reach him at 757.254.8136 or John@MrWilliamsburg.com.