A residential development proposed for 50 acres in Ashland that was first proposed more than a year ago is still in the hands of the town government and continues to face opposition.
Residential Real Estate
After more than 60 years as home to one of Richmond’s most prominent families, a property just off River Road is back on the market.
The notorious developer’s deteriorating home in Richmond’s Hampton Gardens neighborhood has once again dodged a scheduled foreclosure auction.
After buying a residential project dropped during the recession, a local homebuilder is getting things moving again in the 55-and-up development.
A local real estate executive’s $2.1 million purchase of a riverside property led the way for last month’s high-dollar home sales. Other properties on the list include a Monument Avenue mansion and several million-dollar homes in the suburbs.
The annual Homearama event kicked off last week, a showcase of nine homes each built and designed by different local firms.
As Henrico County’s supply of developable land decreases, a builder is turning to a large plot near a topped-off landfill for its next project.
Another multimillion-dollar home has hit the market in Manakin-Sabot, this time a 45-acre estate that includes a guest home, tavern, pool and equestrian facilities.
An ongoing development spanning 900 acres in Chesterfield County is churning out hundreds of new home lots in a bounce back from the recession. And a few of those homes will be on display at the upcoming annual Homerama event.
A local developer plans to add a new batch of single-family homes to the East End, targeting first-time buyers with prices below $150,000.