Bluegreen Land in Virginia

Virginia was named after Queen Elizabeth, the famous “Virgin Queen” of England, and its capital is Richmond. Virginia was the birthplace of many famous historical figures, including George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, Woodrow Wilson, and Robert E. Lee—to name just a few—hence the nickname “Mother of Presidents.” The state flower and the state tree are both the same, Dogwood. Currently, nearly eight million people call Virginia home.

Brickshire, a Bluegreen Community in Kent County, Virginia, is a well-manicured rolling landscape designed to support an active and social lifestyle. Brickshire is centered around golf, featuring a Curtis Strange-designed course with magnificent fairways and resort styling. Curtis structured four of the holes at the course after his four favorite tour holes, incorporating elements of Augusta, St. Andrews, The Riviera, and Pinehurst. Even so, the course is described as “player friendly.” Almost 7,300 yards long, the Traditional Golf Property course has a rating over 75. Special offers are available both for visitors trying out the course and for residents interested in seasonal packages.

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