Upon entering Fox Hall subdivision, the homes do not begin right away. Rather, homeowners enjoy the peace that comes with being tucked back away from the main road. The neighborhood’s clubhouse is located to the right along the entry road, Causeway Drive. It is here that residents have access to meeting rooms and a ballroom, the community’s pools, four gated tennis courts, a sand volleyball pit and a gazebo with picnic tables. The perks of living in Fox Hall do not end here, though. Within the subdivision, homeowners also have access to a soccer field and a basketball court. There are numerous clubs and organizations for residents to participate in, and there is even a swim team for kids.
Moving further into Fox Hall, there are approximately 36 streets on which residential homes are built. Nearly all of these streets feature a cul-de-sac ending, which means the through-traffic is minimal in the subdivision. These are not your standard cul-de-sacs, though, they feature islands with trees and seating areas. This simple detail adds a decorative feel to an otherwise standard feature and truly sets Fox Hill apart from other communities.
When it comes to the houses in the neighborhood, the sizes and prices vary greatly. The smallest homes in Fox Hall measure at approximately 2,700 and sell for under $300,000. On the other hand, the largest residences boast over 7,000 square feet and sell for upwards of $1.5 million. Even with the size differences, all of the homes in Fox Hall have a uniform look, thanks to the consistent Colonial Williamsburg style. Construction remains underway in Fox Hall, and once finished, this neighborhood will include over 400 unique single-family homes, all of which are to be situated on generous lots and surrounded by mature trees.
Buyers moving to Fox Hall appreciate the quiet tranquility of nature; however, this does not mean they do not like convenience, too. Fox Hall has an optimal local that puts homeowners less than 5 miles from both Short Pump Town Center and West Broad Village. These shopping centers put the likes of Homegoods, Whole Foods, the Apple Store and much more within a stone’s throw of the subdivision. Further, there are great hotels and fantastic restaurants – both local and chain – within easy reach, thanks to Short Pump’s ever-growing array of businesses. Fox Hall’s commuters are also served with ease, as Interstates 64, 95 and 295 are all easily accessible from the neighborhood.
A close-knit community through and through, Fox Hall has something to offer each and every resident. Come see what makes it so special, and find your home in Fox Hall.