Glen Allen-based Windsor Enterprises Corp. is seeking to rezone about 25 acres near Deep Run High School for an addition to the Grey Oaks subdivision and a new neighborhood to be called Shady Grove Hills.
The land is off Shady Grove Road just across from the high school, between the terminus of Ellis Meadows Land and the Estates of Grey Oaks, which is currently approved for 91 lots. The rezoning would allow for 50 more single-family lots, 10 of which would add to the Estates of Grey Oaks. The remaining 40 lots would comprise Shady Grove Hills.Windsor Enterprises is developing the Grey Oaks addition and is partnering with Stafford-based V Moss Development LLC on Shady Grove Hills.
“It’s one (rezoning) case, but it’s really two different subdivisions,” said Andy Condlin of Roth Doner Jackson Gibbons Condlin, who is representing the developers.
“The Grey Oaks lots would be part of Grey Oaks and have the right to use the clubhouse and the amenities, the pool. The new subdivision would not, but they’re obviously comparable to Grey Oaks and the surrounding subdivision.”
Homes in the Grey Oaks addition would start at 3,000 square feet and be priced between $600,000 and $650,000. Homes in the larger-lot Shady Grove Hills would start at 2,800 square feet and be priced between $700,000 and $750,000. Most homes will include a minimum of four bedrooms and 2½ bathrooms.
Condlin said the rezoning is unique not only for combining two projects but also because it includes several subdivided parcels of larger residential lots. Older homes along Hames Lane feature significantly larger lots that Condlin said are getting subdivided as development fills in in that area of western Henrico.
“The back of the lots are so large that they end up getting re-subdivided and developed,” Condlin said. “That’s happening over here, so that’ll really complete this whole area for the most part. There are a couple of other small pieces, but it’ll certainly finish up Grey Oaks.”
Condlin said the overall cost of the development, including land acquisition, is estimated at $6.5 million. He said a variety of custom builders that were used in Grey Oaks would also be used for the 50 additional lots.
The rezoning request is scheduled to go before the Henrico County Planning Commission on Feb. 11. If approved by county supervisors, Condlin said development could start around this time next year.