333 Mill Neck Rd. - Williamsburg, VA

Hardwood floors + Ceramic Tile throughout
4 BR + Library/Den ~ 3.5 Baths
DR, LR, Sitting Room, Lower Level Retreat/Rec Rm, Laundry/Util
Sunroom, Brick Porch, Pergola, 40 ft Asian-style Deck
Oversize 2-car Garage with unfinished 2nd floor

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"Tall Oaks" (as the current owners have named the property) was built in 1960 as a traditional 2-story home with the hint of a retro 1960's interior, also reminiscent of the architectural design of the Golden Horseshoe clubhouse at the premier Colonial Williamsburg golf course.

The "Tall Oaks" property is a renovated "estate" that sits on one picturesque, wooded acre backing up to an additional 300 acres of pristine woods owned by the College of W&M.

The landscape at "Tall Oaks" has been dotted with a myriad of flowering shrubs and ornamental trees that provide a spectacular spring showcase, as well as sparkling changing colors for a beautiful backdrop in the fall, and just plain gorgeous greenery during the summer months.

The interior of "Tall Oaks" has been lovingly renovated and modified so that views of the beautiful wooded property and neighborhood can be enjoyed from any angle in the house, especially from the kitchen and adjoining sitting room, as well as from the cozy all-season sunroom that opens to the back porch, pergola, and deck.

The surrounding neighborhood of Walnut Hills consists of one main winding country road with 3 or 4 intersecting side streets, all just a short one and one half mile walk to the Colonial Williamsburg historic area and one mile from the W&M campus, creating a wonderful country setting in the heart of the city.

Walnut Hills is a small, very picturesque, older neighborhood in the city of Williamsburg, VA. Since it has evolved over a long period of time, and each of the residences is unique in it's own right, the neighborhood is definitely NOT a cookie-cutter development. (The photos above are just a few of the neighbors.)

"Tall Oaks" (as the owners have named the property) was built in 1960 as a traditional 2-story home.