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Properties For Rent

Below are some properties that are available for renting. Properties are generally located close to Downtown Williamsburg, and are within walking distance of Duke of Gloucester Street. Simply click on the pictures below for each property's home page, and you will find links to location information, floor plans, and even additional pictures showing the property. After browsing the pages, if you would like to set up an appointment, call (757) 220-3735 or click here.

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106 Delaware Avenue (residential)

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This charming 2-story home features two bedrooms, a living room, separate dining room, central gas heat and air conditioning, one and a half baths, a basement, washer/dryer hook ups and a fenced in back yard with a small deck. Close to restaurants, Colonial Williamsburg, and The College of William and Mary, it is ideal for a small family, newly wed couple or anyone looking for charm and convenience.
Available August 1, 2018.

106 Bacon Avenue (residential)

Welcome to 106 Bacon Avenue. This property is located between Richmond Road and Lafayette Street and is perfect for retail business, office, residential, or a mix of all three. This property will be available for lease starting Mid January 2018.
127 Shirley Avenue (residential)

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This neat home located on a quiet side street in the heart of the City and within easy walking distance to campus, features a large kitchen, a living room with a fireplace and a fenced backyard.
Available June 1, 2018.
222 North Boundary Street (residential)

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This bright, cheerful home is mere steps from campus and Colonial Williamsburg, but is tucked away behind Sorority Court and still offers privacy.
Available June 1, 2018.
719 Richmond Road (residential)

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Built in the 1930s as a bed and breakfast, this rustic house has been home to college students since the 1960s. Located in the heart of Williamsburg, the house is just a short bike ride or walk from campus, most of central Williamsburg shopping, dining, and touring areas. 719 is leased out room by room. Each room houses one person, much like a boarding house as the property was built to be. The resident manager resides on the first floor. The basement apartment has a private entrance and accomodates a single person. Leasing Now for the New Academic Year.
501 Prince George Street (office space)

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This historic building has been home to a wide variety of ventures, including student housing and the Imperial Movie Theater, the building's namesake. It is located one block from Duke of Gloucester Street and Merchant's Square, with shopping and restaurants and the library within walking distance.
1001A Richmond Road (office space)
This office building has a superior location at this prominent Richmond Road address. 1001A is split into four separate suites. These offices are surrounded by other professionals and are within walking distance of the College, Colonial Williamsburg, shopping and restaurants. First floor office space available.