A Historic Home
Located just west of the University of Virginia, Ednam is home to some of the finest amenities in the commonwealth. Originally part of a grant of 3,000 acres made in 1745, Ednam Village was the site of a planned urban development in the late twentieth century, with the final home being completed in 2002. It is home to Ednam Hall, which has been cited as one of the most ambitious examples of the Colonial Revival style of architecture in Virginia. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.
Luxury and Convenience.
Ednam Hall isn’t the only example of luxury living in the neighborhood. Homes for sale in Ednam forest are surrounded by serene woods and boast houses with square footage in the thousands. Despite the natural setting and spacious properties, Ednam residents can be in the City of Charlottesville or access the major arteries of US Highway 64 and Route 29 in mere minutes via Ivy Road.
Ednam is home to Boar’s Head Resort, a four-diamond country resort owned by the University of Virginia Foundation. The resort features over 20,000 square feet of meeting facilities, a luxury spa, and a variety of sports and recreational activities. Chief among the recreational options is the Boar’s Head Sports Club. The Club is home to a nationally acclaimed tennis program, outdoor aquatics facilities, and a robust childcare program.
The resort is also home to Birdwood Golf Course. Birdwood closed November 25, 2018 for construction of a new course designed by former Ryder Cup Captain and PGA Hall of Famer Davis Love III. The new course will feature a renovated driving range with better visibility, an 18-hole landscape that is easy to walk or ride, and a par-3 short course and putting course.