It is so wonderful to see all of the pollinator friendly yards in the city blooming while knowing that the farmers market has opened for the season and we can get truly local honey. Did you know there are beekeepers in Belmont? Here are some links to local groups focusing on pollinators:
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Saturday, April 06, 2019 / by Jason Kirby
This amazing Rugby home sits on over a 1/2 acre in a prime location near UVA and Downtown. Upgraded features include custom cherry cabinetry, stainless steel and bamboo butcher block counters, recessed lighting, high-end tile finishes, copper roof, hot water tanks with solar collectors, radiant heat flooring, high energy gas furnace and two heat pumps, and copper and pex plumbing. Built-in storage throughout the home. There's a sunroom off of the living room which includes a Jotul wood stove. The family room features a private wooded view and leads to a spacious covered porch. With a basement apartment down below, additional unfinished space and a two-car garage, this home offers great versatility to its future owner.
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Tuesday, March 12, 2019 / by Jason Kirby
Though the winter weather has lingered into March, the real estate market is definitely feeling like spring. Just this morning, I arrived at an appointment to show a home in Charlottesville at 9:00 AM and found that we were fourth in line to get inside! There is still incredible demand for homes which are priced attractively, just like that one.
In Carriage Hill since the beginning of the year, we have already seen two condos sell, three more go under contract, and there are three still for sale. That is quite an increase over the activity at the beginning of 2018. In fact, at the beginning of last year we only had one property go under contract and sell.
This level of late winter activity is unusual in Carriage Hill. Typically, a little over half of the year’s new listings and sales will occur in the spring. Does this mean we can expect a record level of activity for the spring of 2019? It’s an interesting question.
To give us an idea of how winter compa ...