A local real estate agent has created a website to help walk homebuyers through the process and connect them with real estate firms.
Residential Real Estate
Less than a week after hitting the market, the former governor and first lady’s home in Wyndham already has a buyer lined up.
A 1920s mansion on Monument Avenue that closed at $2.2 million capped the list of local home sales in February. And a second property on Monument also made the top five.
Disreputed former governor and first lady Bob and Maureen McDonnell have put their Glen Allen home up for sale. The home – listed at $944,000 – includes some unique features left over from the original owner.
The owner of a 150-acre property in Varina has put her childhood home up for sale. The wooded land includes a pair of log cabins and a teepee-style home, and the majority of it is under the protection of a conservation easement.
A developer is planning a small custom home project in between two larger subdivisions in Tuckahoe, and more than half of the houses have already found buyers.
A townhome development in the city is launching its second phase of construction that will bring 15 new houses – including some affordable housing units – to the Randolph area over the next two years.
A mixed-use project in Hanover County is back on the table after residents and Planning Commission raised some concerns – including how to handle the demolition of a 100-year-old house that sits on the property.
A Virginia Beach firm has drawn up plans for a large townhome development near Broad Street and Parham Road.
A Midlothain homebuilder is finishing up a Chesterfield community and is gearing up to start the next phase of a $35 million project – compete with a $2 million pool and waterslide.