Below are a few videos of Williamsburg/james City County area neighborhoods. Be sure to check back as more will be added in the future.
A short photo tour of the Ford’s Colony community in James City County, Williamsburg, VA.
A brief community tour of the Stonehouse development in Toano, Virginia near Williamsburg
A brief tour of the newly completed Powhatan Creek Trail in the James City County Williamsburg area of Virginia. Construction crews have put the finishing touches on the multi use trail. This 1.2 mile asphalt now connects the Virginia Capital Trail to: The Greensprings Interpretive Trail , the neighborhoods of Pointe At Jamestowne, St Georges Hundred, Chancos Grant, and Clara Byrd Elementary.
A short highlight of our sons biking at Freedom Park in James City County VA
A brief photo tour of the East Beach neighborhood in Norfolk VA
A tour of the Wellington neighborhood in James City County, Williamsburg VA
A brief tour of the Longhill Station neighborhood in Williamsburg James City County VA
A brief tour of the Longhill Gate town home community in Williamsburg/ James City County VA
Brickshire , located in New Kent County midway between Williamsburg and Richmond VA is a wonderful golf community that covers 1,135 acres of rolling hills and woodlands. Brickshires amenity list is topped by its award-winning Curtis Strange Signature Golf Course. Enjoy a country club lifestyle away from the congested highways of Richmond, while benefiting from an easy commute to Richmond, Williamsburg, or Hampton Roads. Brickshire also represents one of the best home values in the region with custom homes and maintenance free villa homes available.
Prepare for your journey to Colonial Williamsburg’s Revolutionary City with this short welcome video. Get historic context from “the locals” as well as insider tips on resources that will help you have a successful, stress-free visit. Learn how to navigate the lively city, and where to start your visit. Your adventure begins here.
Discover Colonial Williamsburg- Be Part of the Story
Discover Colonial Williamsburg and immerse yourself in the 18th-century capital city of Virginia. See all that the Revolutionary City has to offer, explore the Art Museums, or engage in recreation at Colonial Williamsburg’s Resort properties. From revolution to romance, things are constantly changing here, creating a unique experience for those who visit or live here.. Opportunities for adventure abound, but how you choose to spend your visit is up to you.