Greater Richmond, Midlothian & Farmville Areas
Farmville is a town in Prince Edward and Cumberland counties in Virginia. It is the county seat of Prince Edward County. Farmville developed near the headwaters of the Appomattox River in central Virginia. The waterway was long its main transportation access to other markets. In the 19th century, a railroad was constructed here. Since the late 20th century, the former railway has been converted to the High Bridge Trail State Park, a more than 30-mile-long rail trail park. US 15, VA 45 and US 460 now intersect at Farmville. The town is the home of Longwood University and is the town nearest to Hampden–Sydney College. Wikipedia
The historic charm of Richmond, VA is a rich fabric of real estate that spans all four directions and covers all income levels. Give me a call today with any questions you may have about buying or selling real estate!
Midlothian is an unincorporated area in Chesterfield County. Enjoy Midlothian's fine restaurants and shopping near residential development. Take a walk through a historic park or have a picnic near the village core.
Powhatan offers many attractions and activities for the whole family. From weddings, wine tasting, walking through the parks, to sports activities and Equestrian services.
Goochland has plenty to do and see from the distant views of the Blue Ridge Mountains and wide-open landscapes to eating fine cuisines. Numerous parks offer playgrounds, walking trails, and more.
Recently constructed West Broad Village contains several places to eat, shop and play.
Located in Short Pump Town Center, The Funny Bone Comedy Club features a well-known comedian once a month along with local acts, improv nights, open mic nights, and other special events.
Enjoy the activities such as canoeing, fishing, and other water sports, while relaxing in these spacious gorgeous homes. Give me a call today with any questions you may have about buying or selling real estate!