An elegantly modern and recently constructed home in Richmond’s oldest and most historic neighborhood. This home gracefully pays homage to the magnificent older homes and architecture found throughout Church Hill while also providing a very low maintenance exterior. Painstakingly crafted with turn-of-the century details throughout including decorative cornices, oversized casework, a metal front porch roof…Read more "510 N 31st St"
Calling all new or experienced real estate investors, home builders and developers! Do you know which property is right for you? How do you turn your properties into community assets and maintain them in tip top shape? As in any profession, the success of one project is the audition for the next. With so many…Read more "Investment Opportunities"
The Richmond Museum District, formerly referred to as “West of the Boulevard,” is another unique neighborhood built upon its history, architecture and community listed in the National Register of Historic Places. A must-see when visiting Richmond. Surrounded by several popular neighborhoods, including the Fan, Carytown, and Scott’s Addition, it is a pedestrian-friendly community within several…Read more "RVA Neighborhood Spotlight: Museum District"
Incredible opportunity to own a Luxury Townhome with Panoramic views overlooking the James River and Richmond skyline! Boasting an array of sleek finishes and a thoughtful open plan layout, this 3-bedroom, 3-bathroom townhome is a paradigm of contemporary Richmond living with 2,732 square feet of living space. The home flows into a luminous, open-concept living,…Read more "Featured Listing: 440 W 6th St"
If you are anything like me, one of the things you love most about Richmond is its historic architecture. The city is filled with many structures and homes built in the 1800s and 1900s. The old houses have a certain charm and character that’s difficult to replicate in newer houses. Some would argue that “charm and…Read more "For the Love of Old Houses"