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Welcome to Keswick

Just east of Charlottesville, tucked into the glorious countryside, is the rich and peaceful community of Keswick. This community has rolling hills, trees, horses, and sprawling land at every turn. A scenic drive through the area offers stunning views of vineyards, farms, expansive lands with mountain backdrops, and gorgeous estates. Residents enjoy plenty of outdoor recreation, including award-winning golf courses, vineyards, wineries, and much more. Proximity to Charlottesville provides more high-end shopping and dining, plus local history at spots like Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello.


Residential areas offer a mixture of charming single-family homes in various sizes and styles, horse estates, farmhouses, and gorgeous custom-built estates. Several gated communities, like Keswick Estates, offer upscale homes and luxurious amenities. The estates offer expansive home sites with at least two acres. Some have tranquil lake views, and others are on mature woodlands. You’ll also enjoy luxury amenities like swimming pools, tennis courts, golf courses, fitness centers, and clubhouses. Whether you’re searching for a quaint cottage on a maturely wooded lot or a stunning estate with sweeping views of the hills and mountains, Keswick will surely have it.



What to Love

  • Gorgeous scenery with rolling hills and estates
  • Breweries, wineries, and cideries
  • Proximity to Charlottesville



Local Lifestyle

Residents of Keswick love the peaceful and sophisticated atmosphere exuded here. Whether sitting on your front porch enjoying the countryside views or driving down Route 231, it’s hard to miss the town’s charm. Several historic properties in the area date back to the Civil War, and the charming town center has a quaint post office and internationally recognized blacksmith shop. Residential spots offer variety and range from lovely countryside cottages to gated neighborhoods with luxurious estates and amenities. You’ll also find that public and private schools in the area are high-quality and offer award-winning education.



Dining, Entertainment, & Shopping

Residents of Keswick enjoy various local gems, from cideries and breweries to local historical spots. Proximity to Charlottesville offers easy access to high-end shopping and dining as well as more historic locations.

Keswick Hall, one of the most significant spots in town, is a nationally recognized hotel and golf course. Whether you’re interested in an afternoon round of golf, a trip to the spa, or an afternoon tea, this coveted spot has something for everyone. The 600-acre site also has an extensive trail system you can bike, hike, or walk, or you can participate in one of several activities on site. These activities include archery, bocce ball, fly fishing, and hot air balloon rides. Guests also enjoy the Marigold by Jean-Georges, a classic American spot that uses fresh, local ingredients.

Castle Hill Cidery is another local gem where you can enjoy delicious cider tastings while touring its historic setting. Because Keswick sits in the heart of Virginia’s wine country, you’ll find plenty of other opportunities for tastings. Keswick Vineyards is a great spot to enjoy stunning mountain views and delicious wine. You’ll even find a dog park for your furry friends on the premises. 



Things to Do

Keswick residents will find various opportunities to explore and experience the charming atmosphere of the area. Whether you enjoy visiting local wineries or exploring the mountains, there’s something for everyone.

The Club at Glenmore is a private golf, tennis, and social club. You’ll find a warm and welcoming atmosphere from the moment you step through the doors and a relaxed community that offers something for everyone. Guests enjoy golf on the 18-hole course, swimming, fitness centers, youth programs, and dining options.

The Keswick Horse Show, the second oldest in the nation, represents the best of Virginia horsemen and community. Guests enjoy a day full of horse races, entertainment, and awards for best riders down to the children’s pony rider.

Nearby, you’ll find top historical sites like Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello and James Monroe’s Highland. Whether you’re enjoying a sunny afternoon strolling the grounds or you want to explore the Saunders-Monticello Trail nearby, you’ll love the local history.




Residents of Keswick have access to some of the best private and public schools in the area.

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