The month also saw a tie for the third-priciest sale and an out-of-town purchase of an 18th-century house on 300 acres in Goochland.
Residential Real Estate
The year saw some of the priciest home listings and sales in Richmond in years, but it was a pair of estates with sizable acreage in the counties that topped this year’s list.
Housing nonprofit Project:Homes is behind the $20 million project, which will rise five stories and replace a century-old former coal storage facility on the site.
Previously called John Rolfe Mews, the renamed Shire Walk development will fill out a tract that’s remained empty since Henrico realigned the parkway’s intersections with Pump and Church roads.
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A 3-acre property on Cherokee Road sold for $3.15 million, while a 6,100-square-foot house on a bluff near Byrd Park sold for $3 million.
The 178-acre site is adjacent to the Tuckmar Farm subdivision and north of the so-called Upper Magnolia Green area in western Chesterfield.
Said to be the largest public hunting preserve on the East Coast, the sprawling property in Goochland has hosted an annual hunt for Benedictine Schools of Richmond and quail hunts for local menswear brand Ledbury.
The move gives Samson a larger foothold in the Richmond market after expanding here two years ago. It does not include One South Commercial, which will break off as a new company.
A Henrico-based developer is looking to build 328 townhomes, 225 apartments and commercial space on 116 acres just west of Magnolia Green Golf Club.