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Picturesque views of the Blue Ridge Mountains meet modern construction in the area known as Pavilions at Pantops. The region is located right on Route 250 for ultimate convenience and is within a short drive of both UVA and Downtown Charlottesville. Martha Jefferson Hospital is just across Route 250, and the community is set just across from the Pantops Shopping Center. Accessibility is a fantastic benefit of the Pavilions at Pantops.Read More


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One of the most notable features of this subdivision is its lack of single-family homes. All of the residences within Pavilions at Pantops are townhouse properties, and the development was split between two builders: Ryan Homes and Southern Development. The floor plans are variable, with some townhouses rising 2 stories above the ground and others including 3 stories. Average square footage within the townhouses begins at 1,500 square feet, and all of the designs include unfinished basements for storage and front porches and rear decks from which to soak up the impressive scenery. Prices begin at approximately $260,000 and increase through the mid $300,000s.

A major perk of living in the Pavilions at Pantops is the maintenance-free lots; residents enjoy both lawn and landscaping care throughout the year. Even with the setup, though, there is plenty of recreation space for members of the community to enjoy. Walking/biking trails provide the perfect atmosphere for exercise, while children have the opportunity to burn energy at one of the seven playgrounds within Pavilions at Pantops. Other highlights include basketball courts and tennis courts. There is something for the whole family in this neighborhood, though people from all walks of life are just as comfortable. The area is served by Stone-Robinson and Stony Point Elementary Schools, Burley Middle School and Monticello High School.