Nestled in a protected waterfront enclave, this week's dream home is a secluded Williamsburg retreat.

Are you ready to call the banks of College Creek home? The property at 6409 Conservancy Road in Williamsburg boasts a unique home inspired by French country cottages. The house has four bedrooms, four bathrooms, and a powder room on over seven acres of land.

Built in an innovative French country style, the main house links to four separate living areas by light-filled galleries. The final product is a serene oasis of waterfront living.

aerial view of a house

You are truly surrounded by nature on this seven-acre parcel of land. Conservancy laws protect the marshlands on either side of you from development so you have an uninterrupted view of College Creek.

Inside, the overall feeling is one of cozy hospitality. From the stone fireplaces to the cathedral ceilings, everything in this house is welcoming and warm.


living room

The kitchen is wide open, with yards and yards of counter space. It looks out onto an informal breakfast nook and the gallery beyond.


kitchen, gallery

The dining room will host years of family gatherings in style.

dining room

Each of the living areas is its own little island of tranquility. The spa-like bathrooms are perfect for a long soak after a busy day.


Your relaxation continues outside on the back deck. Your cookouts will be the talk of the town! See that long wooden dock? That's all yours!

back deck

If you have a sailboat, the private dock and mechanical boat lift will make your life infinitely easier come wintertime. Enjoy countless afternoons of fishing or just sunning yourself by the water.

dock, river

Can you imagine yourself coming home to this view every day?

For more information, visit the original listing by Hornsby Real Estate. This week's dream home is currently listed for $1,790,000.

**All of the photos in this article are courtesy of Hornsby Real Estate.

With so much room to grow, how would you put your stamp on this Williamsburg property? Would you add a guest house or perhaps a garage and workshop space? Let us know in the comments!