Let mature trees and a welcoming feel guide you home in Johnson Village. This neighborhood is located in Southwest Charlottesville, just minutes from the University of Virginia campus. The vast majority of the properties in Johnson Village are single-family homes that were constructed in the 1950s and 1960s. Read More
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Ranch, two-story and split level-style houses with ample-sized lots and plenty of privacy dot the landscape; however, the calm residential feel of Johnson Village does not mean Charlottesville’s activities and amenities are out of reach. Quite to the contrary, the community’s sidewalks connect residents with some of the best things the University has to offer and make attending the football games and events at Scott Stadium a breeze. Residents can also walk to the businesses on Cherry Avenue and Forest Hill Park, which is located just outside Johnson Village yet offers a splash pad, picnic space, well-designed playgrounds and more. Commuters have quick access to employment throughout the region, with Interstate 64 set just minutes from the community.
As the neighborhood gets closer to the Scott Stadium, the single-family homes begin to mingle with condominiums and townhouses, giving potential residents the opportunity to live in maintenance-free facilities, should they so choose. Additionally, there are some pockets of newer construction properties throughout Johnson Village that further the variety of available properties. Whether you are looking for quiet seclusion just outside Downtown Mall and the city center or desire close proximity to the UVA campus, Johnson Village has much to offer.