King William County Homes For Sale

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Looking for King William County Homes For Sale?King William County was named after William III- the king of England from 1689 to 1702. It's rural 274 square miles of land with near 16,000 people has two rivers running through it- The Mattaponi to the north and the Pamunkey to the south. READ MORE

King William Statistics

King William Total Listings: 107
King William Average Price: $263,389
Highest Listing Price: $1,750,000
Lowest Listing Price: $64,500

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King William Homes for Sale

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98 Properties Found.
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1571 Sweet Hall Road

$770,000

King William, VA
5 Bed, 2.1 Bath, 4543 Sqft, 5.4 Acres
Residential

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43 White Bank Road

$184,900

King William, VA
3 Bed, 2 Bath, 1144 Sqft, 2.04 Acres
Residential

Photo of Listing #1729673

Bb5 Kennington Park Road

$174,192

King William, VA
2 Bed, 1.1 Bath, 1080 Sqft
Residential

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746 Mill Road

$359,000

King William, VA
3 Bed, 2.1 Bath, 2528 Sqft, 7.5 Acres
Residential

970 Commins Road

$183,950

King William, VA
3 Bed, 2 Bath, 1300 Sqft, 1.35 Acres
Residential

6510 River Road

$198,950

King William, VA
4 Bed, 2 Bath, 1750 Sqft
Residential

210 Pleasant View Drive

$199,950

King William, VA
3 Bed, 2 Bath, 1400 Sqft
Residential

00 Pleasant View Drive

$217,900

King William, VA
3 Bed, 2 Bath, 1500 Sqft
Residential

00 Pine Ridge Road

$238,450

King William, VA
3 Bed, 2.1 Bath, 1900 Sqft
Residential

00 Pleasant View Drive

$230,450

King William, VA
3 Bed, 2.1 Bath, 1880 Sqft
Residential

00 Pleasant View Drive

$216,400

King William, VA
3 Bed, 2.1 Bath, 1755 Sqft
Residential

00 Pine Ridge Road

$216,900

King William, VA
3 Bed, 2 Bath, 1575 Sqft
Residential

 

King William Community Summary

Written by  Joey SchlagerJuly 2014

King William's Number One Realtor Is Joey Schlager

I specialize in King William County Real Estate and the whole Richmond Metropolitan Area. I'm known nationally in my field because in 2013 I closed more Real Estate deals than anyone else in Virginia. I was also the 48th top Realtor in the whole nation. I don't come up with these statistics; this was reported by The Wall Street Journal from research they compiled. I couldn't achieve these stats without having tons of referrals. I get these by treating customers right, listening to what they want, and making sure my team and I give amazing customer service to each client. Contact me, Joey Schlager, for a free consultation about your Real Estate needs.

I Offer A King William County Real Estate Guarantee

My past performance hasn't just given me confidence and success; it continues to give me a wealth of high quality referrals. So I have no problem extending these guarantees: I offer a Buyer's Guarantee- “If you are unhappy with the home that you buy within the first two years of ownership, I will buy it back or sell it for free.” Take note of my Seller's Guarantee- “I sell your home in 59 days, guaranteed, or I buy it.” I'll make sure you get what you want- one way or another. Contact me for a free Real Estate consultation.

King William Homes Border Rivers And The Bay

King William County is 274 square miles of coastal plain on Virginia's Middle Peninsula. It is part of the Tidewater Region of the state. It is composed of rolling farmland, rivers, and timberland. Caroline County borders King William County on the northwest. It is bordered by the Pamunkey River to the south overlooking New Kent and Hanover Counties. It's bordered by the Mattaponi River to the northwest overlooking King & Queen County. These 2 rivers join at the port town of West Point in eastern King William County to form the York River which feeds into the Chesapeake Bay. This gives the county a certain Chesapeake flavor as noted by its fresh seafood. This is an area with clean water, clean air, and a proud agricultural history. But King William County also has a growing industrial and business presence and is only 30 miles from the state capital of Richmond which is a major urban center. Yet King William County has a low crime rate, low unemployment (6.3%), a low cost of living, and a lively economy. King William County includes the towns and communities of West Point, King William, Aylett, and Manquin.

King William Residents Benefit From a Thriving Economy

King William has 136 farms which produce soybeans, cotton, corn, wheat, barley, and dairy. The 2007 market value of agricultural products in King William County was $16.3 million. Some of the top area employers are: Rock-tenn in West Point, a paper products corporation with more than 500 employees; Nestle-Purina in Manaquin with near 200 employees; US Components in West Point, a manufacturing company with around 200 employees, Food Lion with near 200 employees, and West Point Veneer with around 200 employees. And King William is an easy place to commute from to jobs anywhere in the Richmond Virginia Area. King William Economic Development Authority provides low-interest tax-exempt loans on industrial development bonds. Quin Rivers offers financing up to $35,000 for new and existing small businesses. Combined with a high quality of life, low tax rates, and low labor costs, King William County is a smart place to start or move a business.

King William County Is Easily Accessed

In King William County, you're always half a day away from half the US population and manufacturing. US-360 bisects the county running southwest into Richmond from the end of North Neck peninsula. US-360 intersects VA-30 which goes northeast to I-95, or southeast to the port of New Kent. There, VA-30 joins VA-33 (Lewis B Pullman Memorial Highway). VA-33 is considered the gateway to the Middle Peninsula because its 2 new bridges go over both the Mattaponi and the Pamunkey rivers allowing drivers to cross between The Virginia Peninsula and the Middle Peninsula. VA-33 intersects US-17 in Gloucester County where you can travel northeast to I-95. Or go southeast on US-17 and cross the only bridge across the wide York River. Then you can go on to the port of Hampton and the Norfolk/Virginia Beach area.

King William Has Great Shopping and Banking

You can shop at the Food Lion in Aylett or the West Point Shopping Center which also has Radio Shack, Dollar General, West Point Vision, Blockbuster Express, and Advance Auto Parts. You can also shop with more local flavor by going to Nature's Country Store in Aylett; Tommy's produce, a privately held King William company; or KJ's Food Market, in Aylett. Or you can order on-line or visit Integrity Food Group on Main Street in West Point. It has specialty and gourmet wholesale foods such as blackberry marmalade, apricot butter, stone ground yellow and white grits, and garlic-parsley fettucini. Browse for antiques and collectibles at Karen's Attic on Richmond-Tappahannock Highway (US-360) in Manquin. You can bank regionally at EVB, Essex Bank, Union Bank & Trust Co., or Union First Market Bank.

Wonderful Education In King William County

King William County Public Schools has a high attendance rate (above 95%) and low drop out rate (below 5%). Gifted and talented programs are available K-12. West Point, being an independent town, has an independent school system. Money Magazine cited West Point Public Schools as being one of the “100 Top Schools in Towns You Can Afford.” Reynolds Community College and Rappahannock Community College are within reach of King William County. Great universities are 30 minutes away in Richmond: Virginia Commonwealth University and University of Richmond were ranked by US NEWS as being 2 of the best schools in the nation. College of William and Mary is not too far away in Williamsburg. It is a fine historic school and it's the 2nd oldest college in the nation (chartered in 1693).

The Historical Heritage of King William County

King William County was occupied by Algonquian native tribes for thousands of years before any Europeans settled there. Two of these tribes were the Powhatan and the Mattaponi. The Mattaponi still have reservations in King William County that were allotted by the English Crown in the 1600's. The Pamunkey Tribe presently has a reservation in the county also. Incidentally, King William County contains the only two Native American reservations in the State of Virginia at this time. In 1653, John West was granted 3,000 acres of land on the Middle Peninsula of Virginia. He ended up naming the plot West Point. The name stuck. This settlement got jostled between different counties but is today part of King William County. The county was named after King William III of England, Scotland, and Ireland (William of Orange). The King William Courthouse was built in 1725 and is still operating today. It is the oldest public building in use in Virginia and the oldest courthouse in use in the United States. You can visit the King William Courthouse, but be respectful of the business still being conducted there. You can also visit The King William Historical Museum with its Colonial, Native American, and African American artifacts.

There's A Variety Of Entertainment In King William

King William County has something for everyone. Go to Lovell's Place in West Point and check out live local bands while enjoying the full bar and restaurant. Dig into one of their specialties: the 'Cheeseburger in Paradise,' Coconut Shrimp, 'Very Berry Spinach Salad,' or Chicken and Waffles. The regulars are having a blast at Lovell's Friday night music series 'Jammin on the Point.' Lovell's has Karaoke on various nights. Locals love the local fresh seafood and chops at Tony & George's Seafood & Italian Restaurant. The place is engulfed in West Point history and nautical motifs. They have a full bar and feature 8 specials a day. Want to do something more hands-on. Golf at Queenfield in Manquin. Or Trek up Route 30 to The Upper Mattaponi Tribal Grounds- open to the public for their annual Powwow. The Pamunkey Indian Museum on the Pamunkey Reservation along the Pamunkey River documents the only Native American history where a tribe still lives on the land they've occupied since the Ice Age. The museum uses four themes to convey the tribes history: The People- how they looked and lived; Their Natural Environment- how the land and waters looked and evolved; Their Settlement- what the camp looked like and how it functioned; and Their Substinence- the tools they used to survive. For simple fun, camp at the Rainbow Acres Campground. Bask in the sun or splash in the river at West Point's tucked- away Beach Park. Fish from the dock or launch a small boat from Glass Point Landing in West Point. King William County has its own style of fun.

Joey Schlager Is The Top Realtor for King William Homes

Joey is known across the country for being one of its top Realtors. His trail of satisfied customers has given him national ranking and a boatload of quality referrals. If you need Real Estate business taken care of in King William County, take advantage of this opportunity. Joey has a national reputation, but he still specializes in King William County and the Richmond Virginia Area.

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All or a portion of the multiple Listing information is provided by the Central Virginia Regional Multiple Listing Service, LLC, from a copyrighted compilation of Listings. All CVR MLS information provided is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed accurate. The compilation of Listings and each individual Listing are ©2017 Central Virginia Regional Multiple Listing Service, LLC. All rights reserved.

Listing information last updated on August 17th, 2017 at 8:47pm EDT.