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89 Apartments for rent in Hollymead, VA

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3525 GRAND FORKS BLVD
3525 Grand Forks Boulevard
Hollymead, VA
3 Bedrooms
$1,750
1584 sqft
Last updated October 24 at 04:05 AM
Don't miss out on this beautiful 1500+ sq ft three bedroom, two and a half bathroom town home with single car garage in Laurel Park! This spacious home offers loads of sunlight, a modern kitchen, beautiful hard wood floors, spacious living areas,
1 Unit Available
1665 RAVENS PL
1665 Ravens Place
Hollymead, VA | Hollymead
3 Bedrooms
$1,595
1276 sqft
Last updated October 24 at 04:05 AM
Hollymead //Rt 29 North single family home , One level living 3 bedrooms and 2 full baths, All new paint and carpet,new kitchen , nice level yard, storage building, off street parking.Hollymead, Sutherland and Albemarle .
1 Unit Available
3538 GRAND FORKS BLVD
3538 Grand Forks Blvd
Hollymead, VA
3 Bedrooms
$2,000
2344 sqft
Last updated October 24 at 04:05 AM
ONE YEAR NEW - beautiful Stanley Martin townhome ready for occupancy. Spacious open floorplan. Hardwood floors, granite countertops, spacious master suite, terrace level features family room and full bath, Washer and dryer.
1 Unit Available
2765 ALDERSGATE WAY
2765 Aldersgate Way
Hollymead, VA | Abington Place
4 Bedrooms
$1,800
2152 sqft
Last updated October 24 at 04:05 AM
Extremely nice, roomy, townhouse in popular area , close to airport, shopping and North 29 employers. New paint, granite counter tops, 3 full baths. Available October 1, but no showings until after Sept. 18th.
1 Unit Available
2748 Gatewood Cir
2748 Gatewood Circle
Hollymead, VA | Hollymead
2 Bedrooms
$1,295
980 sqft
Last updated October 23 at 09:45 AM
2748 Gatewood Cir Available 02/01/21 Walking Trails, Hollymead Elementary, Beautiful and Quiet setting!! - -- Hollymead Square is located in a quiet setting nestled between Hollymead and Forest Lakes South, conveniently next to the wonderful
1 Unit Available
2741 Gatewood Cir
2741 Gatewood Circle
Hollymead, VA | Hollymead
1 Bedroom
$1,195
754 sqft
Last updated October 23 at 09:45 AM
2741 Gatewood Cir Available 11/01/20 Hollymead Square 1 bedroom Remodeled Bathroom - Beautiful 1 bedroom with Lake Access Hollymead Square (RLNE6026099)
1 Unit Available
2766 Gatewood Cir
2766 Gatewood Circle
Hollymead, VA | Hollymead
2 Bedrooms
$1,745
980 sqft
Last updated October 23 at 09:45 AM
2766 Gatewood Cir Available 01/01/21 FURNISHED CORPORATE UNIT 2bdrm/1.5 bath Walking Trails, Hollymead Elementary, Beautiful and Quiet setting!! - 2766 Gatewood Cir Charlottesville, VA 22911 FURNISHED CORPOERATE UNIT 2BDRM / 1.
1 Unit Available
1838 Charles Ct
1838 Charles Court
Hollymead, VA | Hollymead
2 Bedrooms
$1,295
980 sqft
Last updated October 23 at 09:45 AM
1838 Charles Ct Available 11/01/20 2 Bedroom / 1.
1 Unit Available
2676 Gatewood Cir
2676 Gatewood Circle
Hollymead, VA | Hollymead
2 Bedrooms
$1,295
980 sqft
Last updated October 23 at 09:45 AM
2676 Gatewood Cir Available 11/01/20 2 BR Townhome, Hollymead Area, AVAILABLE NOW - --Hollymead Square townhome --Next to Hollymead Elementary School and Sutherland Middle School! --Enjoy the neighborhood walking trails --Hollymead Pond access
1 Unit Available
3205 South Chesterfield Ct
3205 South Chesterfield Court
Hollymead, VA | Chesterfield
4 Bedrooms
$2,250
2663 sqft
Last updated October 23 at 09:45 AM
3205 South Chesterfield Ct Available 02/18/21 Dog Friendly Northern Albemarle Home - Convenient to CHO Airport & NGIC/DIA! - AVAILABLE FEBRUARY 18th *More exterior photos coming soon! *Showings will begin in February.
1 Unit Available
2725 Gatewood Cir
2725 Gatewood Circle
Hollymead, VA | Hollymead
1 Bedroom
$1,195
754 sqft
Last updated October 23 at 09:45 AM
2725 Gatewood Cir Available 11/15/20 Spacious 1 Bedroom in A Quiet Community - -- Hollymead Square is located in a quiet setting nestled between Hollymead and Forest Lakes South, conveniently next to the wonderful Hollymead Elementary School and
1 Unit Available
2728 Gatewood Cir
2728 Gatewood Circle
Hollymead, VA | Hollymead
3 Bedrooms
$1,595
1140 sqft
Last updated October 23 at 09:45 AM
Remodeled 3 BR Townhome, Hollymead Area, End Unit - -- Hollymead Square end unit townhome --Next to Hollymead Elementary School & Sutherland Middle School --Enjoy the neighborhood walking trails --Hollymead Pond access allows kayaking and fishing --
1 Unit Available
1901 Becker Lane
1901 Becker Lane
Hollymead, VA | Forest Lakes
4 Bedrooms
$2,050
1830 sqft
Last updated October 23 at 09:45 AM
1901 Becker Lane Available 01/09/21 1901 Becker Lane - Spacious 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath home in Forest Lakes North. Great room with cathedral ceilings, kitchen, dining room, 2 car garage, fenced rear yard.
1 Unit Available
2042 Lockwood Drive
2042 Lockwood Drive
Hollymead, VA | Abington Place
3 Bedrooms
$1,675
1622 sqft
Last updated April 9 at 11:24 AM
2042 Lockwood Drive - Kick off the season in this beautiful 1,622 sqft townhome! This 3 bedroom 2.
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1 Unit Available
2087 ELM TREE CT
2087 Elm Tree Court
Piney Mountain, VA | Briarwood
3 Bedrooms
$1,750
2130 sqft
Last updated October 24 at 04:05 AM
Brand new-never lived in. Beautiful townhome with neutral finishes and lots of natural light. Spacious open floor plan.Large eat-in kitchen with island. Master bedroom with trey ceiling, walk-in closet and master bath with dual shower heads.
1 Unit Available
4774 Bluejay Way
4774 Blue Jay Way
Piney Mountain, VA | Briarwood
3 Bedrooms
$1,435
1614 sqft
Last updated May 3 at 09:19 AM
4774 Bluejay Way Available 08/07/20 Minutes From NGIC & DIA! - AVAILABLE AUGUST 7th *Interior photos shown are similar to the unit available, and should only be used for layout comparison. This 3 bedroom, 2.
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25 Units Available
Granite Park
2407 Peyton Dr
Charlottesville, VA | Westfield
1 Bedroom
$1,055
731 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,135
914 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,245
1130 sqft
Last updated October 24 at 03:38 AM
Welcome home to Granite Park in Charlottesville, VA. Our pet friendly community offers spacious 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartment homes perfectly located less than 2 miles from the University of Virginia campus, downtown and the Jefferson Theatre.
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16 Units Available
The Reserve at Belvedere
200 Reserve Blvd
Charlottesville, VA
1 Bedroom
$1,360
855 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,620
1238 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,799
1390 sqft
Last updated October 24 at 03:38 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at The Reserve at Belvedere in Charlottesville. View photos, descriptions and more!
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11 Units Available
Carriage Hill
825 Beverley Dr
Pantops, VA
1 Bedroom
$1,350
954 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,535
1338 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,770
1627 sqft
Last updated October 24 at 03:38 AM
Spectacular Mountain Views You deserve a home you will be proud of…a lifestyle of ease, convenience, and leisure.
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15 Units Available
Abbington Crossing
1000 Old Brook Rd
Charlottesville, VA
1 Bedroom
$1,189
748 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,229
945 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,549
1155 sqft
Last updated October 24 at 03:38 AM
Located in the heart of Charlottesville, Abbington Crossing features spacious renovated one, two, and three bedroom townhomes and garden-style apartments.
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19 Units Available
Arden Place
1810 Arden Creek Lane
Charlottesville, VA
Studio
$1,194
589 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,276
913 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,448
1180 sqft
Last updated October 24 at 03:34 AM
Luxury apartments with fully equipped kitchens, in-unit laundry, a 24-hour gym and a pool. Extra storage is available. The pet-friendly apartments are just off Seminole Trail/Highway 29.
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1 Unit Available
The 12 Twelve
1212 Cedars Ct
Charlottesville, VA | Barracks Road
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$2,185
975 sqft
Last updated October 24 at 12:23 AM
Every detail in these new apartment homes is selected & quality crafted with your comfort and lifestyle in mind. The kitchen features an inviting eat-in bar with quartz countertop.
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4 Units Available
Barracks West
2639 Barracks Rd
Charlottesville, VA
1 Bedroom
$945
665 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,177
911 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated October 22 at 09:24 PM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at Barracks West in Charlottesville. View photos, descriptions and more!
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2 Units Available
The Apartments at Riverside Village
620 Riverside Shops Way
Charlottesville, VA
2 Bedrooms
$1,599
1084 sqft
Last updated October 22 at 09:24 PM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at The Apartments at Riverside Village in Charlottesville. View photos, descriptions and more!
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Apartment Rentals in Hollymead start at $1,150/month.
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City Guide

Hollymead
The city of Hollymead sits right along U.S. Route 29, also known as the Seminole Trail, which is older than the highway system itself! It runs north and south through Central Virginia from Warrenton to the North Carolina State Line south of Danville. The Seminole Trail was named by an act of the Virginia General Assembly on February 16, 1928.
The city of Hollymead sits right along U.S. Route 29, also known as the Seminole Trail, which is older than the highway system itself! It runs north and south through Central Virginia from Warrenton to the North Carolina State Line south of Danville. The Seminole Trail was named by an act of the Virginia General Assembly on February 16, 1928.

Hollymead is located in Albemarle County, Virginia, and it has a population of 7,690 residents, at the time of the 2010 U.S. Census. It is a small but quickly growing area. Since the population has increased more than 30 percent since the year 2000, now is a great time to get in on this expanding community. Surrounded by the history found throughout the state, there are plenty of cultural opportunities for everyone. Located in the central part of Virginia, it is within driving distance of historical sites such as Thomas Jefferson's home at Monticello, large cities such as Baltimore, Maryland, and Washington D.C., and beach destinations such as Virginia Beach. You'll get both the small town charm and the excitement of popular hot spots!

Moving to Hollymead

The cost of living near the nation's capital is typically higher than the national average, and this is true in Hollymead. However, living in a small town such as Hollymead means that there are more desirable places to live in than in the larger towns and cities. House rentals in Hollymead include a wide range of options, from 3 bedroom houses for rent to 1 bedroom apartments to convenient studio apartments. So whether you are looking for a small place that offers quiet living, or a larger residence to grow with, you'll find lots of great places to choose from. When conducting a home search or apartment search, make sure to do your due diligence. This means that you should put together a detailed wish list so you know which qualities are most important to you. Check out the local papers and online housing listings, and consider contacting a realtor to help you find the perfect place to live. If you are willing to commute, there are ample government jobs in the greater Washington D.C., area. The University of Virginia is located in nearby Charlottesville, with all the charm of a historic college town.

Moving on Up

The average home in Hollymead was built in 1994, meaning that there are lots of newer, well-maintained housing units to choose from. With new construction and a growing population, this is an excellent place to live and make your home!

Seasonal Fun

Get the best of all four seasons. Hollymead features cool winters, beautiful autumns, and warm summers. The close proximity to both beaches for the summer time and skiing and other outdoor activities in the colder months all make this a great place to play, too.

What to Bring

Make sure to take proof of income, identification, and an adequate checkbook along with you on your apartment searches. You'll want to be ready to sign on the dotted line when you find the place of your dreams.

Moving to Hollymead
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The cost of living near the nation's capital is typically higher than the national average, and this is true in Hollymead. However, living in a small town such as Hollymead means that there are more desirable places to live in than in the larger towns and cities. House rentals in Hollymead include a wide range of options, from 3 bedroom houses for rent to 1 bedroom apartments to convenient studio apartments. So whether you are looking for a small place that offers quiet living, or a larger residence to grow with, you'll find lots of great places to choose from. When conducting a home search or apartment search, make sure to do your due diligence. This means that you should put together a detailed wish list so you know which qualities are most important to you. Check out the local papers and online housing listings, and consider contacting a realtor to help you find the perfect place to live. If you are willing to commute, there are ample government jobs in the greater Washington D.C., area. The University of Virginia is located in nearby Charlottesville, with all the charm of a historic college town.

Moving on Up

The average home in Hollymead was built in 1994, meaning that there are lots of newer, well-maintained housing units to choose from. With new construction and a growing population, this is an excellent place to live and make your home!

Seasonal Fun

Get the best of all four seasons. Hollymead features cool winters, beautiful autumns, and warm summers. The close proximity to both beaches for the summer time and skiing and other outdoor activities in the colder months all make this a great place to play, too.

What to Bring

Make sure to take proof of income, identification, and an adequate checkbook along with you on your apartment searches. You'll want to be ready to sign on the dotted line when you find the place of your dreams.

Neighborhoods in Hollymead

There are many desirable neighborhoods in the area. You will find all of the neighborhoods have their own charm, and all offer rentals, so check out as many as you can before you settle on your favorite.

Forest Lakes: This is one of the largest neighborhoods, and it tends to offer more homes for sale rather than rent.

Deerwood: This is also an attractive neighborhood with lots of rental options to suit a wide variety of aesthetics. You'll need a car to commute, however, as nearly all of the residents drive to work.

Meadowfield: To the north is Meadowfield, a smaller neighborhood with a large constituency of residents under 20 years old (33 percent to be exact). Meadowfield is also primarily a homeowners market, but that doesn't mean there aren't also places to rent.

Neighborhoods in Hollymead
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There are many desirable neighborhoods in the area. You will find all of the neighborhoods have their own charm, and all offer rentals, so check out as many as you can before you settle on your favorite.

Forest Lakes: This is one of the largest neighborhoods, and it tends to offer more homes for sale rather than rent.

Deerwood: This is also an attractive neighborhood with lots of rental options to suit a wide variety of aesthetics. You'll need a car to commute, however, as nearly all of the residents drive to work.

Meadowfield: To the north is Meadowfield, a smaller neighborhood with a large constituency of residents under 20 years old (33 percent to be exact). Meadowfield is also primarily a homeowners market, but that doesn't mean there aren't also places to rent.

Living in Hollymead

Greater Albemarle County offers a wide range of activities for people of all ages. If you enjoy historic places, make Monticello your first stop! The former home of Thomas Jefferson, the third President of the United States, offers you a look back in time to the beginnings of our nation. You are also not far from other notable places such as Jamestown, where some of the earliest settlers landed in the 1600s, colonial Williamsburg (which gives you a living glimpse back into the Revolutionary days), and a range of Civil War battlefields and buildings, including Appomattox Court House, where the War came to a close. For summer fun, you have to head down to Virginia Beach. You can relax in the sand, shop downtown, eat at one of the many restaurants, or find plenty of other activities typical of a beach vacation town. If you like the big city, then Baltimore, Maryland is worth a day trip. Just a few hours away by car, you'll find all the amenities of a visit to the city. Located on the beautiful water of Chesapeake Bay, this is well worth the trip. Known for its famous crab cakes, you won't be disappointed when you dine out in this historical city. All of these experiences make for great living in Hollymead, Virginia!

Living in Hollymead
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Greater Albemarle County offers a wide range of activities for people of all ages. If you enjoy historic places, make Monticello your first stop! The former home of Thomas Jefferson, the third President of the United States, offers you a look back in time to the beginnings of our nation. You are also not far from other notable places such as Jamestown, where some of the earliest settlers landed in the 1600s, colonial Williamsburg (which gives you a living glimpse back into the Revolutionary days), and a range of Civil War battlefields and buildings, including Appomattox Court House, where the War came to a close. For summer fun, you have to head down to Virginia Beach. You can relax in the sand, shop downtown, eat at one of the many restaurants, or find plenty of other activities typical of a beach vacation town. If you like the big city, then Baltimore, Maryland is worth a day trip. Just a few hours away by car, you'll find all the amenities of a visit to the city. Located on the beautiful water of Chesapeake Bay, this is well worth the trip. Known for its famous crab cakes, you won't be disappointed when you dine out in this historical city. All of these experiences make for great living in Hollymead, Virginia!

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City Guide

Hollymead
The city of Hollymead sits right along U.S. Route 29, also known as the Seminole Trail, which is older than the highway system itself! It runs north and south through Central Virginia from Warrenton to the North Carolina State Line south of Danville. The Seminole Trail was named by an act of the Virginia General Assembly on February 16, 1928.
The city of Hollymead sits right along U.S. Route 29, also known as the Seminole Trail, which is older than the highway system itself! It runs north and south through Central Virginia from Warrenton to the North Carolina State Line south of Danville. The Seminole Trail was named by an act of the Virginia General Assembly on February 16, 1928.

Hollymead is located in Albemarle County, Virginia, and it has a population of 7,690 residents, at the time of the 2010 U.S. Census. It is a small but quickly growing area. Since the population has increased more than 30 percent since the year 2000, now is a great time to get in on this expanding community. Surrounded by the history found throughout the state, there are plenty of cultural opportunities for everyone. Located in the central part of Virginia, it is within driving distance of historical sites such as Thomas Jefferson's home at Monticello, large cities such as Baltimore, Maryland, and Washington D.C., and beach destinations such as Virginia Beach. You'll get both the small town charm and the excitement of popular hot spots!

Moving to Hollymead

The cost of living near the nation's capital is typically higher than the national average, and this is true in Hollymead. However, living in a small town such as Hollymead means that there are more desirable places to live in than in the larger towns and cities. House rentals in Hollymead include a wide range of options, from 3 bedroom houses for rent to 1 bedroom apartments to convenient studio apartments. So whether you are looking for a small place that offers quiet living, or a larger residence to grow with, you'll find lots of great places to choose from. When conducting a home search or apartment search, make sure to do your due diligence. This means that you should put together a detailed wish list so you know which qualities are most important to you. Check out the local papers and online housing listings, and consider contacting a realtor to help you find the perfect place to live. If you are willing to commute, there are ample government jobs in the greater Washington D.C., area. The University of Virginia is located in nearby Charlottesville, with all the charm of a historic college town.

Moving on Up

The average home in Hollymead was built in 1994, meaning that there are lots of newer, well-maintained housing units to choose from. With new construction and a growing population, this is an excellent place to live and make your home!

Seasonal Fun

Get the best of all four seasons. Hollymead features cool winters, beautiful autumns, and warm summers. The close proximity to both beaches for the summer time and skiing and other outdoor activities in the colder months all make this a great place to play, too.

What to Bring

Make sure to take proof of income, identification, and an adequate checkbook along with you on your apartment searches. You'll want to be ready to sign on the dotted line when you find the place of your dreams.

Moving to Hollymead
+

The cost of living near the nation's capital is typically higher than the national average, and this is true in Hollymead. However, living in a small town such as Hollymead means that there are more desirable places to live in than in the larger towns and cities. House rentals in Hollymead include a wide range of options, from 3 bedroom houses for rent to 1 bedroom apartments to convenient studio apartments. So whether you are looking for a small place that offers quiet living, or a larger residence to grow with, you'll find lots of great places to choose from. When conducting a home search or apartment search, make sure to do your due diligence. This means that you should put together a detailed wish list so you know which qualities are most important to you. Check out the local papers and online housing listings, and consider contacting a realtor to help you find the perfect place to live. If you are willing to commute, there are ample government jobs in the greater Washington D.C., area. The University of Virginia is located in nearby Charlottesville, with all the charm of a historic college town.

Moving on Up

The average home in Hollymead was built in 1994, meaning that there are lots of newer, well-maintained housing units to choose from. With new construction and a growing population, this is an excellent place to live and make your home!

Seasonal Fun

Get the best of all four seasons. Hollymead features cool winters, beautiful autumns, and warm summers. The close proximity to both beaches for the summer time and skiing and other outdoor activities in the colder months all make this a great place to play, too.

What to Bring

Make sure to take proof of income, identification, and an adequate checkbook along with you on your apartment searches. You'll want to be ready to sign on the dotted line when you find the place of your dreams.

Neighborhoods in Hollymead

There are many desirable neighborhoods in the area. You will find all of the neighborhoods have their own charm, and all offer rentals, so check out as many as you can before you settle on your favorite.

Forest Lakes: This is one of the largest neighborhoods, and it tends to offer more homes for sale rather than rent.

Deerwood: This is also an attractive neighborhood with lots of rental options to suit a wide variety of aesthetics. You'll need a car to commute, however, as nearly all of the residents drive to work.

Meadowfield: To the north is Meadowfield, a smaller neighborhood with a large constituency of residents under 20 years old (33 percent to be exact). Meadowfield is also primarily a homeowners market, but that doesn't mean there aren't also places to rent.

Neighborhoods in Hollymead
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There are many desirable neighborhoods in the area. You will find all of the neighborhoods have their own charm, and all offer rentals, so check out as many as you can before you settle on your favorite.

Forest Lakes: This is one of the largest neighborhoods, and it tends to offer more homes for sale rather than rent.

Deerwood: This is also an attractive neighborhood with lots of rental options to suit a wide variety of aesthetics. You'll need a car to commute, however, as nearly all of the residents drive to work.

Meadowfield: To the north is Meadowfield, a smaller neighborhood with a large constituency of residents under 20 years old (33 percent to be exact). Meadowfield is also primarily a homeowners market, but that doesn't mean there aren't also places to rent.

Living in Hollymead

Greater Albemarle County offers a wide range of activities for people of all ages. If you enjoy historic places, make Monticello your first stop! The former home of Thomas Jefferson, the third President of the United States, offers you a look back in time to the beginnings of our nation. You are also not far from other notable places such as Jamestown, where some of the earliest settlers landed in the 1600s, colonial Williamsburg (which gives you a living glimpse back into the Revolutionary days), and a range of Civil War battlefields and buildings, including Appomattox Court House, where the War came to a close. For summer fun, you have to head down to Virginia Beach. You can relax in the sand, shop downtown, eat at one of the many restaurants, or find plenty of other activities typical of a beach vacation town. If you like the big city, then Baltimore, Maryland is worth a day trip. Just a few hours away by car, you'll find all the amenities of a visit to the city. Located on the beautiful water of Chesapeake Bay, this is well worth the trip. Known for its famous crab cakes, you won't be disappointed when you dine out in this historical city. All of these experiences make for great living in Hollymead, Virginia!

Living in Hollymead
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Greater Albemarle County offers a wide range of activities for people of all ages. If you enjoy historic places, make Monticello your first stop! The former home of Thomas Jefferson, the third President of the United States, offers you a look back in time to the beginnings of our nation. You are also not far from other notable places such as Jamestown, where some of the earliest settlers landed in the 1600s, colonial Williamsburg (which gives you a living glimpse back into the Revolutionary days), and a range of Civil War battlefields and buildings, including Appomattox Court House, where the War came to a close. For summer fun, you have to head down to Virginia Beach. You can relax in the sand, shop downtown, eat at one of the many restaurants, or find plenty of other activities typical of a beach vacation town. If you like the big city, then Baltimore, Maryland is worth a day trip. Just a few hours away by car, you'll find all the amenities of a visit to the city. Located on the beautiful water of Chesapeake Bay, this is well worth the trip. Known for its famous crab cakes, you won't be disappointed when you dine out in this historical city. All of these experiences make for great living in Hollymead, Virginia!