Colthurst Farm Neighborhood- Charlottesville Community Guide-Town LLC

Colthurst Farm

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Colthurst Farm

Located on the back side of Farmington Country Club, Colthurst Farm is an impressive, private neighborhood in the Barracks area. There are approximately 60 home sites within Colthurst Farm, all of which boast impressive lot sizes exceeding 1 acre in size. The majority of the homes within this community were built in the 1950s and 1960s, though many have been beautifully updated to maintain the property values in the neighborhood and to better-suit modern needs. There are few new-construction properties within Colthurst Farm, and the neighborhood has an extremely low turnover rate. When properties are listed within this desirable area, there is typically a very short listing time. Average listing price for Colthurst Farm ranges from the high $500,000s to over $2 million. Read More


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Cape Cods, Colonials and ranch-style homes are commonplace along the picturesque roads of this subdivision. The traditional construction of the residences is apparent in both the appearances and the overall quality of the homes. Tall deciduous trees and mature landscaping accent the home sites and give the community a classy, cohesive feel. The Colthurst Farm Property Owners Association works to draw the neighborhood together even further and provides necessities, such as road maintenance and snow removal.Besides being just minutes from golf, tennis, swimming and events at the Farmington Country Club, Colthurst Farm enjoys many area amenities within quick driving distance. Downtown Charlottesville is set just 5 to 10 minutes from Colthurst Farm, and the University and area hospitals – UVA and Martha Jefferson – are just minutes away, as well. The Barracks area is booming with new development, shopping, dining and entertainment opportunities, so there is much to do without having to venture too far from home. Colthurst Farm residents enjoy the best of both worlds: the privacy of large wooded lots in an established neighborhood and close proximity to life and excitement in the city.