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Richmond Area 10

From Church Hill to Carytown – The historic district of Church Hill encompasses the original land plot of the city of Richmond. There Patrick Henry gave his “Give me liberty or give me death” speech in St. John’s Church. Chimborazo Park occupies the former site of the largest American Civil War Hospital. Church Hill is notable as one of the largest extant 19th century neighborhoods in America, with many fine examples of period architecture. This area has undergone significant gentrification in recent years.View Homes >>

Richmond Area 20

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Richmond Area 30

Northside - Richmond’s North Side is home to many diverse neighborhoods, including Barton Heights, Bellevue, Ginter Park, Rosedale, Washington Park, Hermitage Rd, Highland Park, Sherwood Park, etc. These neighborhoods are made up of houses with a variety of architectural styles, which include Arts and Crafts Bungalows, Victorian, Romanesque Revival, and Queen Anne houses among other styles. The city’s North Side also includes the campuses of several schools of higher education, Virginia Union University and Union Presbyterian Seminary.The terminology “North Side” also broadly includes much of central Henrico County and even some portions of Hanover County as a portion of the Richmond Metropolitan area.View Homes >>

Richmond Area 50

Southeast Richmond- The South East End of Richmond is actually a collection of neighborhoods. Within the city, and in Henrico County, it roughly defined as including the area of Richmond north of the James River and east/northeast of the former Virginia Central Railroad – Chesapeake and Ohio Railway line (now owned by CSX Transportation and operated by the Buckingham Branch Railroad) which originated at Main Street Station, and south and west of I-295.Within the city, this includes neighborhoods such as Church Hill, Fairmount, Union Hill, Fulton, Fulton Hill, Montrose Heights, Fairfield Court, Creighton Court, Whitcomb Court, Mosby Court, Eastview, Brauers, Peter Paul, Woodville, North Church Hill, Chimborazo and Oakwood.The terminology “East End” also broadly includes much of eastern Henrico County and part of Hanover County as a portion the Richmond Metropolitan area.View Homes >>

Richmond Area 60

Manchester to Bon Air – In current times, the Manchester section of Richmond is mostly notable for its new development. With many new homes and recent commercial additions such as Overnight Transportation, Legend Brewery, refurbished industrial building loft condominiums, Sun Trust’s Riverview Center, and the Plant Zero Cafe Art Works Studios and Galleries, and Plant Zero Event Space, it is seen as an area of rapid growth. Currently, these efforts of revitalization are moving the buzz word of the area, now known to locals as “Old Manchester.” Efforts from the city, developers, merchants, and local artists, and community members, are now maintaining an improved lifestyle.View Homes >>