Peacock Hill

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Peacock Hill
District Samuel Miller District
Size 350 acres [1]
Year Started 1970s

Schools*
Elementary Virginia L. Murray Elementary
Middle Henley Middle School
High School Western Albemarle High School

Other Attributes

Neighborhood Recreation
Two tennis courts, children's playground, walking trails.

Natural Amenities
Five-acre lake (temporarily drained in 2016)

HOA Peacock Hill Community Association

*Confirm attendance boundaries for individual homes with school divisions

Peacock Hill is a rural subdivision in Albemarle County with approximately 175 homes. It is named after wild peacocks that once roamed freely when the land was used as a peach and apple orchard.

History

Frank Smith purchased Peacock Hill in the 1970s, and began developing a planned community.

Peacock Hill was affected by the June 2012 derecho. The storm felled many trees in the neighborhood. At least one home was severely damaged.

Map

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References

  1. "Peacock Hill History and Area." Peacock Hill Community Association. Retrieved 6 Sept. 2016.

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Surroundings

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