Richmond, the capital of Virginia, is among America’s oldest major cities with over 500 historic landmarks for visitors to explore. Patrick Henry, a U.S. Founding Father, famously declared “Give me liberty or give me death” at its St. John’s Church in 1775, Pocahontas lived here, Thomas Jefferson spoke here, and Edgar Allan Poe wrote here. Richmond is where wars were fought and a country was united!
A culturally diverse area, Richmond is both rich in history and innovation. The city has seen a tremendous about of growth and revitalization in the last century. Read all about RVA’s revitalization projects here.
It’s also no secret why Travel + Leisure chose Richmond as a Top Destination or why National Geographic said we’re a place to travel for food … we’ve always known that our “River City” had so much to offer, now it seems that the word is spreading! According to Zillow, Richmond is the nation’s fourth hottest housing market in 2016! You’ll find gorgeous, historic neighborhoods like the gas light district in Historic Church Hill and newer, modern Live/Work/Dine neighborhoods like Greengate … as well as everything in between! Richmond houses some of the country’s top rated schools, colleges and universities; restaurants that continue to receive national accolades; over 18 craft breweries, 5-star hotels, homegrown startups, murals and street art, the Virginia Museum of Fine Art, the annual Richmond Folk Festival, hiking and mountain biking trials, and with the James River as our anchor we also offer the only class III & IV urban rapids in the entire country!
Give us a call when you’re ready for a personalized, guided tour by one of our local real estate agents at 804-285-5043.