A lifestyle this good is always in season.
Nestled among rolling hills, a contiguous golf course, and acres of woods, Stonehouse at Mill Pond offers a wide variety of homes, home sites, and architectural styles to meet the needs of young professionals, growing families, and empty-nesters alike.
Stonehouse at Mill Pond is located in the heart of Virginia's Tidewater region. Tranquil living can be yours just a short drive from vibrant cities where you'll find historic attractions like Colonial Williamsburg, cultural events, recreation and sports venues, entertainment, beaches and fabulous shopping, not to mention excellent schools, renowned universities, and state-of-the art healthcare.
There's something for everyone.
Life here is always varied and always exceptional. Enjoy both the privacy and the sense of community that comes from living in one of our 11 unique neighborhoods. Join one of our numerous social, sport, or creative clubs. Walking, running, biking, and kayaking are among the popular pastimes of many residents.
With miles of natural trails, a fitness facility, tennis courts, two pools, picnic pavilions, community garden, and more, whether it's a passion or a budding interest, there's bound to be an outlet for you to enjoy.
Be part of the activity and excitement of our vibrant community and make your family part of our family.
Getting here is easy, but living here is even easier.
Located in James City County, Stonehouse at Mill Pond is within minutes of Williamsburg, Yorktown, and Jamestown; a short drive to Richmond, Norfolk, and Virginia Beach; and a few hours from Virginia Wine Country, the Outer Banks of North Carolina, or Washington, D.C.
To get here:
FROM THE NORTH: Take I-64 to Exit 227 (Toano). Follow the exit and turn left onto Old Stage Road/Rt 30. Follow for less than a mile and turn right onto Fieldstone Parkway (Stonehouse).
FROM THE SOUTH: Take I-64 to Exit 227 (Toano). Follow the exit and turn right onto Old Stage Road/Rt 30. Follow for less than a mile and turn right onto Fieldstone Parkway (Stonehouse).