Real Estate in Montgomery Ridge

If you are looking for a small family friendly neighborhood close to shopping, dining, and other everyday conveniences, Montgomery Ridge might be the place for you! This close knit neighborhood of approximately 60 homes began in 2004 and the neighborhood welcomes its final home in 2014. Homes in Montgomery Ridge average 4 to 5 bedrooms, 5,000 square feet and sit on approximately 0.5 acres.

The sidewalks are busy in the mornings and afternoons, as children race to and from the bus stop. Cul-de-sacs make a perfect spot for bike riding and driveways are ideal basketball courts. On many days, you will see hot air balloons from the Boar’s Head Inn filling the skies above the rolling hills surrounding these homes. Montgomery Ridge is an exciting place to be on any holidays. Trick-or-treating keeps doorbells ringing from 5:30-7:30 Halloween night and screams will be heard throughout the neighborhood as children reach the haunted house. At Christmastime more than half the neighborhood is lit with holiday lights making it one of the most festive neighborhoods in Albemarle County. The summer months are filled with trampoline jumping, slip n sliding, and sidewalk chalk drawings. What Montgomery Ridge lacks in size, it makes up for in sense of community.


  • National Ground Intelligence Center (NGIC)
  • Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA)
  • General Electric (GE)
  • University of Virginia Research Park


The Hollymead Town Center located on 29 North is home to more than 30 shops and restaurants including Target, Harris Teeter, Pet Smart, Verizon, and Kohl’s. Sidewalks and crosswalks make stores easily accessible for quick errands without getting in and out of the car. Many would agree that parking the car once and completing your entire “to do” list is ideal. Everything can be done in one stop at the Hollymead Town Center, where the shops are new and the people are nice. Visit the Hollymead Town Center website for a full listing.

Local farmers and crafters can be found in the Forest Lakes South parking lot on Tuesdays from 4-7pm April through October. Home to the Forest Lakes Farmers Market, neighbors and friends can easily “shop local” on their way home from work or school.


There are many nationally known chain restaurants and eateries in the Hollymead Town Center such as Bonefish Grill, Panera Bread, Starbucks, Five Guys and Sweet Frog.

Popular choices on 29 North also include Timberwood Grill, Christian’s Pizza, and Vinny’s Italian Grill and Pizzeria. You will find many families have the Friday night tradition consisting of a large cheese pizza at Christian’s followed by Dips & Sips for ice cream.


The links below provide fact sheets on the public schools located in the 29 North neighborhoods.

Stasia was very professional and friendly during our home buying experience. She helped us find houses to look at that met our requirements and was able to fill us in on information that we were not familiar with as first time home buyers.

Aaron Hale

Darian was there every step of the way to help us along! Even after we found the right home, Darian helped us through the actual purchase, mortgage application, home inspection, and closing. He always had extremely useful advice, encouragement, and endless knowledge about buying and owning a home.

Lauren & Matt George

Melissa is an outstanding real estate agent and a joy to work with. She took the time to understand our needs in a new home, worked tirelessly running down leads, and has stayed upbeat and positive during a difficult search. We not only consider her as our real estate agent, but a friend. Our experience has been so positive that we absolutely plan on working with Melissa in the future.

Phil D.

It was truly a pleasure to work with Amy. Not only is she knowledgeable and responsive, but she is patient and takes the time to explain the process of selling a home and makes you feel comfortable with what can be a very complicated process. Amy truly made the process easy for us and sold our property in a week.

David P.