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.
Residential Real Estate
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.
The Goochland County estate of a prominent local family is for sale, dwarfing recent residential sales in both size and price.
The sale of a River Road mansion in September not only helped a local nonprofit raise millions of dollars, it also capped a busy month for $1 million-plus home sales around the region.
A real estate and renovation duo found their latest project in a dilapidated historic home in the Fan.
The 5.5-acre estate was donated to the Virginia Historical Society by local philanthropists Lora and Claiborne Robins and overlooks the Country Club of Virginia.
An expansive Chesterfield equestrian estate has lined up a new owner after an auction last week.
An expansive River Road property with a 6,200-square-foot home and country club amenities is changing hands for the second time this year.