Welcome to Earlysville’s Indian Springs community, and to the website for the Indian Springs Homeowners’ Association (ISHOA).
The Indian Springs community seamlessly combines the natural beauty of over 400 acres of Albemarle County woodlands and pasture with the skillful craftsmanship of many of the area’s premier homebuilders. Each of the 50 home sites is positioned with great care to take advantage of natural views while also maximizing privacy; the community is small enough to “feel neighborly”, and large enough to provide residents with ample opportunity to hike our nature trails, to walk and bike on quiet well-maintained roads, and to enjoy the community spring-water lake and its surrounding 25 acres for fishing or picnicking. In addition, residents enjoy the benefits both of being in the beautiful foothills of the Blue Ridge mountains and having easy access to high-speed internet service, shopping, fine entertainment and cultural activities, an excellent public library system, and outstanding Albemarle County schools, including Broadus Wood Elementary School, Journey Middle School, and Albemarle High School. Also nearby are a number of highly competitive private schools, with the Blue Ridge School and the Miller School of Albemarle being located relatively close to Indian Springs.
As of May 2023, all 50 residential lots of the ISHOA are privately owned, 42 homes have been built, and 2 properties are for sale.
The community’s ISHOA Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions (CCRs), along with various site maps, driving directions, a gallery of community photos, and links to properties for sale are available for potential buyers and their realtors (below).
Our website is designed to serve our current owners and potential buyers by 1) providing easily accessible information about our community, 2) housing HOA records as required by the Code of Virginia, Section A 55-510, and 3) promoting community interaction and engagement reflective of the fine families that call Indian Springs their “home”. Please enjoy the website, and feel free to bring any issues or suggestions to the attention of the ISHOA Secretary – we are always striving to improve, and comments are welcome!