Residential Real Estate

Byrd Park home dodges demolition

A local man worked out an agreement with a development team to save a 125-year-old house from demolition. The team altered its plans to keep the home intact and are now set to build several new luxury houses around it.

Chesterfield project luring its grocery anchor

A long-planned town center project is showing signs of progress after a development firm submitted plans to the county for a grocery store, which would serve as the anchor for the commercial and residential community.

Townhouse developments gaining momentum

A townhouse development with a familiar name is in the works in Henrico County, adding to a growing list of townhouse projects in the area.

Richmond financier’s 100-year-old mansion on the market

As the story goes, Rothesay – a nearly 10,000-square-foot riverfront manor near Carytown — was built to appease an unhappy wife. It’s now on the market for $4.75 million, one of the highest-priced home listings in the Richmond area.

Home combines Southern charm with latest conveniences

A Midlothian-based company is showing off a 4,700-square-foot home as part of the 2014 Southern Living Custom Builder Program. Proceeds from $10-per-person ticket sales will benefit Operation FINALLY Home and the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.

‘Time to get started again’

Hank Wilton is planning a new development of 107 townhouses off Wistar Road near its intersection with Walkenhut Drive.

Builder doubling down in Glen Allen

A rendering of the Townes at Woodman.

Slowed by a harsh winter and a rainy spring, one of Richmond’s largest homebuilders is ready to get moving on a new Henrico County development.

New owner digs in at Hallsley

East West Communities, which bought the upscale development off Old Hundred Road in 2013, said it plans to add several new sections this year for a total of at least 88 new home sites.