About Crozet and Charlottesville, Virginia
Crozet, Virginia is a small community located near the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Surrounded by natural beauty, it is home to three parks, four lakes and an extensive network of hiking trails. Emerson Commons is just one walk-able mile from downtown Crozet with many shops, cafes and restaurants. Forthcoming plans for downtown Crozet include a new town center. Crozet Market, the farmers market and Starr Hill Brewery are also walking distance from the neighborhood. Emerson Commons is in the Albemarle County school district with nearby, top-notch public schools.
A 19 minute drive away is Charlottesville, Virginia, home to Thomas Jefferson’s University of Virginia and the pedestrian Downtown Mall with dozens of shops, restaurants and galleries. A haven for the arts, Charlottesville features several venues for national music acts, local theater, symphony, orchestra and an annual film festival. The area is also home to many wineries, breweries, museums and historic homes. Charlottesville has been voted the “Best Place to Live in America” by several publications, including Cities Ranked and Rated.