Developers are planning more than 200 houses in a pair of new Goochland subdivisions – and each project is targeting the 55-and-up crowd.
Residential Real Estate
Barely a month after it was put up for sale, a River Road mansion built by one Richmond’s most prominent families has found a suitor.
One of the flashiest pieces of Billy G. Jefferson Jr.’s real estate empire – his multi-million dollar home at 2718 Monument Ave. – is now up for grabs.
A secret garden, a 600-square-foot bathroom and a waterfall are on display at this year’s Homearama at a neighborhood in Chesterfield County.
One well-known Richmond family accounted for two of the three largest residential real estate deals last month.
The 18th-century home of a member of one of Virginia’s first families, can be yours for $1.19 million.
A new section of a posh Goochland County neighborhood is growing again with 76 new lots and homes that sell for up to $1M.
Emerald Homes hopes to get the Clifton subdivision in Goochland back on task by agreeing to buy the remaining 17 lots.
A longtime Richmond real estate agency has a new name – and a new prestigious affiliation.
Around 200 acres of a Powhatan subdivision went back to the bank at a foreclosure auction Thursday.