Liberty Ridge Tradition Series

Floor Plan, Single Family


  • 2 Story
  • 4 Bed
  • 3.5 Bath
  • 2 Car

Liberty Ridge

The Vanderbilt features 5 bedrooms and 4.5 baths with a fully finished basement, built in wet bar, rec room, bedroom and full bathroom. The 1st floor primary bedroom showcases tray ceiling, and offers a spa inspired bathroom with his and her vanity, frameless shower, separate garden tub, and oversized walk in closet. The primary bedroom leads out to a back covered porch with a breezeway to the kitchen. The chef's kitchen features quartz countertops, cooktop, stainless steel built-in microwave oven, soft close shaker cabinets, optimal pantry storage, and dedicated casual dining area. The 2-story foyer opens to a flex space that is usable as a home office or formal dining. Washer/dryer located in mud room off the 2 car side load garage. The 2-story living room features a total of 8 windows facing the backyard giving optimal opportunity for natural light. The oak staircase walks up to the loft with engineered wood floors throughout all the hallways. The remaining 3 bedrooms and 2 full baths (one en-suite), complete the second floor.

Community Information

Daily 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Contact Info
Brooke Pascarella
Online Sales Coordinator
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Area Information

Willliamsburg, VA

Find Your New Home in Williamsburg, VA

As the leading homebuilder in the country, D.R. Horton has the experience necessary to help home buyers navigate Williamsburg, the exact middle point between Richmond and Virginia Beach. With D.R. Horton, you’ll discover the best neighborhoods and new homes in the area. In addition, you will love the thoughtfully planned floor plans backed by one of the most robust home warranties in the industry. So, whether you’re looking for a new home that is small and simple or large and luxurious, you can find the right home for you in Williamsburg. Located minutes from the Prime outlets for shopping, Busch Gardens/Water Country amusement parks, and history galore.

Parks and Recreation

Jamestown Beach Event Park:
Bring your family out to enjoy a day at the beachfront park. No need to worry about pets as dogs are allowed here too. The beach is accessible daily from 8 a.m. to sunset. This beautiful beachfront park offers several picnic areas with charcoal grills, a designated fishing area where you will need a freshwater license, and an observation pier for your viewing pleasure. There’s also an outdoor rinse station and a paddle craft launch and loading space. In addition, you will find the concession facility where you can purchase ice cream, hot dogs, burgers, snacks, and drinks. This is a wonderful spot for renting kayaks on Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day. This park offers an ADA-accessible walkway, parking, restrooms, outdoor rinse stations, a picnic area with a grill, and a beach mat that directly connects the river. Please note that a floating beach chair is available for guests who request water access accommodation Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day.

Jamestown Scotland Ferry:
This amazing Ferry ride across the James River will take you to the hidden gem better known as Surry, Virginia. There is a wide variety of things to do while in Surry. You can stop in to see the wildlife at Chippokes Park or visit the wildlife preserve at Hogg Island. Also, check out Bacons Castle for the 1600s from Bacons Rebellion and other monumental and historically enriched areas.

Jamestown Settlement and Jamestown Island:
Jamestown Island is the location of the fort built in 1607. This is operated by the National Park Service. Jamestown Settlement is a privately-owned interpretive center. The settlement is on Jamestown island but is not the site of the original fort. Both are great for a variety of different reasons. Jamestown has ruins and a museum with numerous hands-on indoor and outdoor displays. It is the site of the only British knight burial in the US. For the history buffs, Jamestown Island is preferable.

Arts and Festivals

Second Sunday:
This event takes place on the second Sunday of every month from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., March through December. The streets of Colonial Williamsburg are buzzing with art displays, baked goods, street performers, farmer’s market, and more.
The Williamsburg community has several other festivals throughout the year. There is always something to do in an area so enriched with culture and diversity.

School Districts

Williamsburg-James City Public Schools
Elementary: Laurel Lane
Middle: Berkeley Middle
High: Lafayette High

Area Private Schools
Providence Classical School
Veritas Preparatory School
Walsingham Academy
Williamsburg Christian Academy
Williamsburg Montessori School