An Easy Drive, An Easy Walk
Bordered by both the Route 250 bypass and the John Warner Parkway, Rugby Hills and its residents have easy driving access to all of Charlottesville and Albemarle as well as convenient walking access to Downtown Charlottesville, the University of Virginia, and McIntire Park. Rugby Road forms the neighborhood’s west border and allows residents quick and easy pedestrian access to the University. The 250 Bypass and the parkway from the north and east border and allow pedestrian access to McIntire Park, the Brooks Family YMCA, and Charlottesville High School.
A Feast for the Eyes
Since it’s an easy walk to UVA’s School of Architecture, it comes as no surprise that the homes for sale in Rugby Hills are among the most architecturally varied, not to mention stunning, homes in Charlottesville. Modest cape cods mingle with large estate homes, and the street features numerous examples of Charlottesville’s signature colonial-style homes.
Comfort and Convenience
The John Warner Parkway allows residents to travel around the center of the Route 29 artery en route to the Charlottesville/Albemarle Airport and Washington D.C. The 250 Bypass allows easy access to North Grounds at UVA (home of the UVA Law School and Darden School of Business) and the John Paul Jones Arena, which doubles as the home of the University’s Basketball Team and a concert venue that in recent years has hosted legendary artists like Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder.
Rugby Hills is mere minutes away from the University of Virginia Health System, home of the highest-rated hospital in the Commonwealth of Virginia according to U.S. News and World Report. Hikers, bikers, and runners have easy access via the pedestrian path on the John Warner Parkway to the Rivanna Trail System that encircles the City of Charlottesville.