Location, location, location.
Move right in the heart of prime shopping, dining, entertainment, nightlife, and more. The Commonwealth at York has all the features you could ever want and sits at the center of the Kiln Creek/Oyster Point area of prestigious York County and Newport News, bustling with places to dine, shop, play, and work.
Commonwealth at York makes life easy and fun. It’s peaceful and idyllic, overlooking Brick Kiln Creek, a horse pasture, and 20 acres of wetland nature preserves, yet you can easily stroll or bike to twelve casual or elegant restaurants, five fast food restaurants, two super grocery stores, two coffee houses, a twenty screen movie theater, spas, boutiques, and the list goes on and on. It’s part of prestigious Kiln Creek, home to the Kiln Creek Golf Club and Resort.
Educate your kids in York County’s award winning schools, rated the area’s best, with exceptional daycare and preschools a short stroll away. The Peninsula’s best private school,Hampton Roads Academy, is just five minutes away. Be swept away by a performance at The Ferguson Center, spend Saturdays at the Virginia Living Museum, the Virginia Air and Space Museum, the Yorktown battlefields, Colonial Williamsburg and Jamestown or the winding trails of Newport News Park. Soak up the sun at Buckroe or Yorktown Beach, at the fishing pier, or boating on the many bright blue waterways.
Less than a mile from the Peninsula’s largest employment center, Tech Center/Oyster Point, and The Williamsburg/Newport News Regional Airport, The Commonwealth at York couldn’t be more convenient for your workday commute. A quarter mile from the Victory Boulevard entrance to Interstate-64, reaching other major employment centers, Canon, The Jefferson Center, Newport News Shipbuilding, Fort Eustis, NASA/Langley, Williamsburg, Norfolk, and Virginia Beach has never been easier. The area’s very best education, culture, and entertainment are so easy to reach. Whether working, playing, relaxing or learning, Commonwealth at York Apartment community is close to everything.
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