Bundoran Farm is a residential community located in the Albemarle County, Virginia, founded on the principles of sustainability and preserving the rural, agricultural character and scenic value of the land through environmentally sensitive land use and stewardship of farm lands, forest, and other natural resources.
Our community sits amidst a working farm of 2,300 acres in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Albemarle County, 20 minutes south of Charlottesville, Virginia. Within this property, 2,000 are protected in perpetuity by agricultural and forestry easements. Easement land is utilized for livestock grazing, vineyards and selected timbering, thereby ensuring the presence of a true working farm within the development.
Our community also supports an ethic of environmentally sound use of the land and sustainable building standards, with the goal of creating and conserving a place where home and nature seek to exist in harmony. Homes are carefully located on designated homesites to fit into the landscape. This attitude of attentiveness to community is also exemplified by our residents: we know and support our Bundoran Farm neighbors while also sponsoring efforts in the broader North Garden and Albemarle County region.
We believe Bundoran Farm has the potential to be at the vanguard among agricultural preservation developments. Prospective owners are encouraged to learn about this unique place to imagine if Bundoran Farm is right for them as well. Please look over the Our Story and Design Guidance pages on the public side of our website to find out more.
- Bundoran Farm Community Association