Kingsmill Community


The name Moody's Run is described in a very interesting booklet, "Who's Who," by Bill Brown, which traced the street and subdivision names in Kingsmill:  "The Townhouse project within Kingsmill is named for Mathew Moody, the proprietor of the ordinary or inn at Burwell's Landing on the James from 1766 to 1770. He featured "Entertainment in the Genteelist Manner" and "good entertainment for travelers, stabling of their horses, safe storage in the storehouse, and future capability to have horses, chairs, and carts for hire on a moment's notice."

Although Moody's Run was developed in 1998, its genealogy extends back to 1766 when its namesake, Mathew Moody, was the proprietor of an ordinary at Burwell's Landing on the James. Here, Moody supplied good entertainment for travelers of genteel nature through 1770. The tradition of good living continues today in the 25.87 acres that encompass today's Moody's Run.

Far from the general ordinary of its times, with its stables and storehouses, Moody's Run offers 49 townhouses set amidst the 11th and 15th holes of Kingsmill's River Course, the first hole of the Plantation Course and the Golf Course Driving range. This is most certainly an entertainment-focused setting in keeping with its history.

The townhouses, which were developed over several years and in three phases, feature four different interior layouts, offering spacious living and expansive views.

Social life is very important in Moody's Run.  The swimming pool, which was completely refurbished in 2006, serves as the perfect place for residents and their guests to share good times, conversations, and exercise. In addition to pool-related events, residents of Moody's Run enjoy dinners at annual meetings, adding to the established entertainment tradition of Mathew Moody whose goal was to offer a life style of comfort and enjoyment.


Moody's Run is governed by a group of volunteer residents elected to the Moody's Run PAC.  The PAC serves as an advisor to the Kingsmill Community Services Association's (KCSA) Board of Directors on such matters as maintenance, painting cycles and landscaping.  Below are the names of the current PAC and their areas of responsibility.


If you are interested in serving on your PAC, please submit a Statement of Interest form (located in the right hand column.)

 Parcel Chair Barclay Poling 300
(919) 418-9687
 Vice-Chair Arianne VanVliet 100
(201) 741-0114
 Budget Linda Rein 409
(757) 439-2595
 Building Maintenance Michael Carlson 411
(513) 293-3932
 Landscape/Enhancement Bill Naramore 109
(757) 871-4238
Secretary Suzanne Franklin 413
(757) 439-0013
Pool Maintenance Mike Martin 213
(703) 795-0065
 Social Activities Denise Jones 404
(724) 622-7662



All Moody's Run owners and residents are encouraged to attend monthly PAC meetings.  The floor is open for all to address the PAC on issues of concern, following the usual committee reports.  Attending these meetings is the best opportunity to discuss issues over which you are concerned.

PAC Wed, Jan 17 4:00 p.m. via Zoom
PAC Thurs, Mar 14 4:00 p.m. MBRC
PAC Thurs, May 9 4:00 p.m. MBRC
PAC Thurs, July 11 4:00 p.m. MBRC
Annual Thurs, Sept 12 4:00 p.m. MBRC
PAC Thurs, Nov 7 4:00 p.m. MBRC



  • Weekly trash pick-up is made on Tuesday.
  • Bulk pick-up is every other Thursday at curbside.  (See KCSA calendar for dates)


  • Every other Friday at 7 a.m. curbside. (See KCSA calendar for dates)


The Moody's Run pool opens in mid-May and closes mid-September. The pool hours are from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. every day. Pool rules are posted in the pool area. The pool is maintained through the Moody's Run budget and is for the sole use of residents and guests. No lifeguard is on duty.



Exterior staining of housing units is done by the parcel on a five-year cycle.  Letters are sent to owners of units scheduled to be stained, reminding them of needed repairs and anticipated time staining will begin.

  • 2022 - Units 100-110
For the period between staining cycles, the homeowner is responsible for restaining any chipping or peeling areas.