Metro Richmond Homes
& Central Virginia Communities
The Metro Richmond real estate market in Central Virginia has a rich selection of unique communities for you to choose from. Home buyers can pick from a wide variety of housing types in different urban, suburban, and rural neighborhoods. Whether you're looking for a condo or apartment in the downtown core close to a busy and vibrant nightlife, a historical townhouse close to where you work, a house in a more relaxed area with nearby parks, or if you simply want your children to have access to one of the top-rated schools in the region, the Ellen Clark Team will help you choose the perfect location to suit your lifestyle. Each community in the Metro Richmond area has plenty to offer and this website will give you the tools to search for homes for sale.
Check out each Central Virginia community below or read more about the Metro Richmond area. Message us if you have questions about real estate in any area. If the community you're looking for isn't listed below, use our search tools to help you find exactly what you're looking for or call the Ellen Clark Team at 804-739-2224.
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Why Live in Metro Richmond?
With its proximity to the peaks of the Appalachian Mountains, the sandy beaches of Chesapeake Bay, a temperate continental climate with warm, humid summers and mild winters, a diverse population thanks to a growing international community, access to plenty of career opportunities, all while maintaining a reasonable cost of living for residents, Metro Richmond has continually proved itself to be a desirable place to live in. In fact, the state of Virginia, the Richmond metropolitan area, as well as neighborhoods like Church Hill, Glen Allen, Midlothian, and Hanover County have had plenty of accolades in the past five years alone. They are consistently ranked high on lists for top locations to relocate, to do business, or to work in, by publications such as The Huffington Post, CNN Money, Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, CNBC, USA Today, Bloomberg Businessweek (formerly BusinessWeek), Frommer's travel guides, and many others.
History, Culture & Recreation in Metro Richmond
Richmond is one of the oldest cities in the country, having been first settled in the 1600s and founded in 1737. You can find many traces of Richmond's rich history and deep-rooted American culture in the many historic buildings and districts scattered throughout the region, with more than 130 sites officially listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Today, Metro Richmond's population of 957,000 enjoy the mix of history and contemporary culture not typical of just any American city. With many great museums to visit (including the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts and the Science Museum of Virginia), performing arts productions such as theatre, operas, symphonies, and concerts to go see, popular local events to attend (like the Richmond Folk Festival and the Richmond Jazz Festival), seasonal outdoor activities to do throughout the 6,500 acres of designated park land (not to mention the additional 7,700 acres of park and forest land of Pocahontas State Park), an exciting urban culinary scene to regularly try out, Metro Richmond has everything you will ever need to live a comfortable life.