Home to Randolph Macon College, Ashland is a quaint college town located less than 25 minutes to downtown Richmond.
Bon Air is an eclectic pocket of 19th-century victorians and new construction situated just outside the city.
Central Henrico offers an abundance of residential neighborhoods with convenient access to major roadways.
This is the heart of Richmond and the place to be for close proximity to all the city has to offer.
Located on the east side of the city, Church Hill is rich in history and is one of the most walkable areas in the city.
Eastern Hanover is a pleasant mix of rural countryside and development, both old and new.
Eastern Henrico offers a diverse range of housing options from post-WWII homes to new construction.
The Far West End features some of the area's finest homes built in the last half century on moderately sized lots.
Residential development abounds in Glen Allen offering convenience to big-box shopping and familiar, national restaurants.
The growth of Metro Richmond has led to increasing development in the mostly rural county of Goochland.
Mechanicsville is the largest suburban outpost in Hanover County canvased with big-box retailers, car dealerships, and strip malls.
Midlothian is a large suburban community, but still retains much of the charm from its historic past as a coal miner town.
Situated just outside the city's West End, Near West End offers proximity to the city at Henrico County tax rates.
North Chesterfield features a variety of housing styles and price points with larger lots than areas closer to the city.
Northside features picturesque, tree-lined streets and stately architecture still just minutes from downtown.
Short Pump is a bustling Richmond suburb that continues to experience both residential and commercial growth.
Southeastern Chesterfield has become more connected to the greater Richmond metro in recent years, but remains mostly rural property.
Whether you are just across the Manchester, Nickel, or Huguenot bridges, you are close to town in neighborhoods with age and charm.
Larger homes with ample yards are the hallmark of The West End, but be prepared to pay for the combination of space and convenience.
Western Hanover offers a slower pace of life for those looking for room to roam and enjoy the countryside.
Classic neighborhoods along the Forest Hill Avenue south of the James, including Westover Hills, Woodland Heights, and everything in between.