A home builder is starting off the New Year with plans for new waves of construction at three separate developments in the West End.
Residential Real Estate
With at least one home selling for more than $1 million almost every month, 2014 was a busy year for high-end residential sales. Mansion sales topped out this year at more than $3.6 million when the estate of two local philanthropists sold to an exec from a Fortune 500.
A development and building firm is unveiling some updated home designs for its latest subdivision, a 60-acre single-family project in Chesterfield County.
After raising more than $70 million, a Seattle-based residential real estate company is moving into the Richmond market.
Three homes on Monument Avenue sold for more than $1.5 million last month, including the former home of convicted developer Billy Jefferson. And a 100-year-old house was purchased by the former head of a local Fortune 500.
A residential real estate firm will soon hoist the Berkshire Hathaway flag, and its new name will also reflect a recent acquisition by another realty company.
A home in Jackson Ward was falling apart when a nonprofit bought it for $17,000 earlier this year. After months of work, the 19th century house will soon be inhabitable again after years of vacancy.
After more than 20 years, a home builder is breaking ground on the final batch of lots in a River Road development.
The two highest-priced homes sold in the area in October were a mansion in the Meadows community of Manakin-Sabot and a 200-year-old Midlothian armory.
Imprisoned developer Billy Jefferson’s former home sold last week after about six months on the market.