While New Kent County is one of the fastest
growing counties in Virginia it has planned
its growth to maintain its rural atmosphere.
New Kent’s Commercial growth is
concentrated around and near the four I-64
interchanges and along the Rt. 33 Industrial
Corridor. The majority of its residential
growth is taking place in Planned Unit
Developments however all types of housing
options are available. In-between two major
Metropolitan Statistical Areas, New Kent continues
to offers its residents the advantages of a rural
community -- clean air and water, abundant
outdoor recreation, a low crime rate, low taxes,
and friendly people.
Five Lakes, built around Brookwoods Golf Club in Quinton, is the most established residential subdivision in the county. Numerous cluster style residential developments are under construction in the rural parts of the county.
Planned Unit Developments
At exit 205 Patriots Landing is nearing build-out and Rock Creek Villas, an Active Adult Community, are in demand due to their proximity to Richmond and an ever growing array of nearby commercial development. In the Farms of New Kent Planned Unit Development at exit 211, Viniterra, a luxury homes community planned around the New Kent Winery and the Rees Jones Golf Course, The Club at Viniterra, is growing and now has approximately two dozen homes with several more under construction. The Arbors, also located in New Kent Vineyards, will be starting phase II soon.
Also within the Farms of New Kent, new home construction is occurring in the Arbors and K. Hovnanian’s Four-Seasons is nearing completion of Phase 1 of its Active Adult Community. In central New Kent at exit 214, Brickshire, built around The Brickshire Golf Club and Oakmont Villas & Oakmont Townhomes, built around portions of Royal New Kent Golf Course, are in demand because of their quality and recreational amenities.