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Hilton Village - The Nation's First Federal War-Housing Project

Posted by Lynnette Tully on Thu, Sep 25, 2014 @ 03:44 PM

The nation's first federal war-housing project, Hilton Village in Newport News, Virginia is a planned community that was sponsored by the US Shipping Board and the Newport News Shipyard and sold to private homeowners after WWI. Street names in this 100 acre-tract, containing English village-type houses, honor government and shipyard for sale in Hilton

Single family homes are mixed with duplex homes in this charming neighborhood.  Hilton Village's central shopping area is filled with antique stores, unique restaurants, a theater and other quaint shops.  At the end of Main Street you can find Hilton Elementary, one of the area's most sought after schools.  Directly behind Hilton Elementary is a playground, pier and the James River.

The Hilton Fall Festival, 4th of July Parade and the weekly Farmer's Market are just a few of the things make Hilton Village a great community. 

Homes in Hilton Village range in price from $110,000 - $349,900, and in size from 1,104 - 2,063 square feet.  

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Tags: Newport News, Neighborhood Spotlight