Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Fall Savings Event

“Royal Dominion Homes is excited to offer 50% Off Options on a new home purchase! Visit: for details! Save big during our Fall Savings Event!”

Monday, February 14, 2011

White Hall Model For Sale!!!

Royal Dominion Homes has completed its first single family home in White Hall. To celebrate, we have an incredible deal on this brand new home, available for immediate delivery. Here's just a few items this beautiful home has to offer:
  • 4 Bedrooms, 2.5 baths
  • Two Car Garage and Covered Front Porch
  • Gourmet Chef's Kitchen with Stainless Appliance Package, Double Wall Oven, Granite Countertops, and a Chef's Prep Island
  • Large, Open Family Room with Stone Mantle Fireplace
  • Two Story Foyer with Oak Waterfall Staircase
  • Formal Living and Dining Rooms with 3 Piece Crown Moulding and Chair Rail
  • Master Bedroom Suite (15' x 21') with large Jack and Jill Closets
  • Huge Master Bath with Jetted Soaking Tub and Shower
  • Hardwood Floors in Kitchen, Foyer, Living, and Dining Rooms
All of this, plus a whole lot more for only $325,000!!!!!!
In addition to this great price, Royal Dominion Homes will include:
  • $5000 Towards Closing Costs
  • Broker's will receive 3%
This is a savings of over $100,000 plus all of the included features!

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Royal Dominion Homes Now in White Hall

Royal Dominion Homes is now building our customizable single family homes to White Hall in Williamsburg, VA.

History at White Hall

Facts about White Hall :
Set on 139 acres in the western part of James City County White Hall will have hickoryneckchurchover 58 acres of parks for the community with it’s features include the Historic Farmhouse clubhouse, Two Ponds,Rolling Topography. Adjacent properties are two schools, Stonehouse Elementary and Williamsburg Christian Academy
an historic church ( Hickory Neck Church)  and farms.
The original property known today as Whitehall Plantation stands about 75 yards east of the point where VA Route 30 and US Route 60 intersect, near Toano in James City County. Built for William Geddy in 1805-06. Whitehall represents DSCN9936_editedmore than two centuries of nearly continuous occupation by the Geddy family. The Farmhouse will  become the focal point and central feature in this residential community. The farmhouse and park comprise approximately 40% of the total site which also include two ponds, a creek, multi purpose playing field,nature trails and the community amenity center.
Streets are arranged in a traditional Tidewater Virginia manner with a variety of lot sizes. Most homes have alleys and many front the parks and open space. Along Route 60, a view corridor to the farmhouse and adjacent historic church is enhanced by a significant amount of land that will continue to be farmed.