A Monument Avenue home that sold this summer for $1.5 million is up for sale again, this time with a higher asking price.
Residential Real Estate
Ten months after he was accused of a scheme to defraud creditors in a bankruptcy case, a notorious Richmond landlord has agreed to a settlement that federal regulators expect to secure payment to those he owes.
Facing two court rulings against him and upwards of $750,000 in reported debt, a once-high-profile local house rehabber has filed for personal bankruptcy protection.
The weather may be frigid, but the local high-end home market stayed hot last month, with each of the top five most-expensive sales fetching seven-figure prices.
A homebuilder and real estate broker are teaming up to bring a Florida-based custom builder’s designs to the local market – and they’re digging in first at Tuckahoe Creek.
After three decades restoring dozens of century-old homes in and around the Fan, a prolific local builder is adding something new to the neighborhood with his latest project.
A Midlothian-area community known for its collection of primarily Craftsman-style homes is looking to introduce an architectural style not typically seen in metro Richmond’s outermost suburban rings.
Following the completion of a mixed-use project around the block, a local development firm is at it again in Manchester – this time with apartments on the drawing board.
Development interest in and around the Chamberlayne Avenue corridor in the city’s Northside continues to pick up, with a local developer looking to add more residential density at the avenue’s intersection with School Street.
The New Kent County house and a portion of the plantation where U.S. President George Washington married Martha Custis are now in the hands of a group of Richmonders.