Whittington Charlottesville is a single-family neighborhood of 100 homes on 183 rolling, wooded acres with lovely mountain views just south of Charlottesville in Albemarle County.
As of March 2023, the median price for a home in Whittington Charlottesville was $1,102,500.
Homes are located on beautifully landscaped, level lots on quiet cul-de-sacs.
Lot sizes range from .48 to 1.53 acres.
Note – The majority are 1 acre.
Developed between 2013 and 2021.
Homes in Whittington range in size from 2,626 to 7,196 finished sq. ft.
And 3 bedrooms/2 baths all the way up to 8 bedrooms/6.5 baths.
Amenities: Picnic area, pond, and walking/running trails.
4 homes in the Whittington neighborhood have sold since June 2022.
The highest price paid was $1,450,000, the low was $985,000, and the median price was $1,102,500.
Whittington HOA fees are $750 paid annually. And pay for area maintenance, pond, master insurance policy, professional management, snow removal, and trash pickup.
The HOA is managed by Blue Sky Management.
Albemarle County property taxes are around $7,500 t $10,000 a year as of 2023
Albemarle County Schools that serve the Whittington neighborhood are Mountain View Elementary, Walton Middle, and Monticello High.
Private Schools nearby are Covenant, Peabody, and Tandem Friends.
Directions: From I-64 Street Exit take Old Lynchburg Rd south past Mosby Mountain to Whittington on right.
Location: off of Old Lynchburg Road just south of the city of Charlottesville over I-64. 3 miles to the University of Virginia and 9 mins to UVA Hospital. 5 mins to 5th Street Station (Wegman’s), and 2.5 miles to I-64 on/off ramp.
My thoughts – Old Lynchburg Rd about 10 years ago was not a luxurious place to live. But ever since the Mosby Mountain neighborhood was developed things changed for the better.
I like Whittington’s layout but I wish there were more amenities for the price the homes are selling for. Kids need to have fun!
I give Whittington an 7 out of 10.
Why only a 7?
There are some neighborhoods nearby that get a lot of police action and the homes are over-priced.
Stanley Martin gets in and then they leave.
I also don’t like living south of the city near a major interstate, and finally there needs to be a pool or tennis courts.
(That tiny pond doesn’t cut it.)
Thanks for reading along.
I would be honored to be your Charlottesville realtor so I can lead you to the best neighborhoods.
Toby Beavers – Charlottesville realtor since 2003
You may call or text me at 434-327-2999