Lying along the stunning James River, Kingsmill is a gated residential and resort community with a variety of architectural styles and types of homes. Located less than three miles from Colonial Williamsburg and the College of William and Mary, Kingsmill, with its natural beauty and carefully preserved history, is a beautiful place to call home.

Kingsmill’s 2,900-acre community has two manned entry gates, private roads, 24-hour police force, and a self-governing body, the Kingsmill Community Service Association (KCSA).

 


 

The Kingsmill Experience

Explore and enjoy all the amenities of a Four Diamond Resort. Kingsmill homeowners can take advantage of daily world class treatment with The Kingsmill Experience Package.

  • Current best Resort Guestroom rate
  • Complimentary daily breakfast for two
  • Upgrade to a 1 Bedroom Suite or River location (based on availability)
  • Complimentary turndown service
  • 50% off golf and/or spa service, limited to one per person
  • Private real estate tour
  • The Kingsmill Experience Package is designed to help you feel relaxed during your home search, while letting you experience firsthand the features that come with a home in Kingsmill.

    The Club at Kingsmill

    With membership at The Club at Kingsmill, Kingsmill becomes so much more than a world-class community. It becomes a private sanctuary. A relaxing and wonderful place to visit with friends, family, or business associates.

    From Sunday brunches or dinner with old friends, to making new friends at tennis tournaments or golf outings, you’ll enjoy the benefits of membership more with every visit. Your membership secures you full access to all resort amenities.

    Kingsmill History

    When the English stepped foot in Virginia, it was the grounds of Kingsmill that served as a central part of the area’s plantation life. In 1607, Captain Gabriel Archer commanded one of the first English sailing ships to navigate the James River. Records show that Archer would have established the first English settlement on the land now known as Kingsmill had the water been three feet deeper near the shoreline. Instead, he settled slightly farther up the river at Jamestown.

    Less than a century after the Jamestown settlers arrived, there were plantations on the land. In 1736, one was named for the earliest owner of the land–Richard Kingsmill. Today, some outbuildings of this plantation still stand near a prehistoric Indian campsite.

    Living in Williamsburg

    Kingsmill is located three miles from Colonial Williamsburg and the College of William and Mary. Connected to Williamsburg by the Colonial Parkway, the nearby Jamestown Settlement and the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown complete Virginia’s Historic Triangle.

    The Williamsburg area is rich with cultural offerings such as concerts, art shows, theater presentations, lectures, antique forums, garden tours and theme parks.

    Learn about Williamsburg

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