8302 Ben Nevis Drive – Located in the highly coveted Highland Hills of historic Bon Air, an authentic mid-century modern community by renowned architect Charles Goodman. The original home design is from the “Ranger” series by National Homes. With 3 bedrooms and one full bath, the open concept floor plan encompasses both living/dining area plus a vaulted sunken great room addition. Beautifully landscaped outdoor spaces perfect for entertaining. Newer dual fuel HVAC (2015), freshly painted. The close knit neighborhood includes use of the recreational swimming pool (fee required). Highland Hills has recently been featured on the Modern Richmond Week House Tour and 10th Anniversary book. Convenient to great shopping, and only 15 minutes from downtown.
1708 W Cary St #10 –
The Mews @ Cary Mill where modern meets industrial. Open floor plan concept bi-level warehouse condo conveniently located in The Fan, with two bedrooms, 2 full plus 1 half baths. Maple floors, cool barn doors, exposed ductwork and steel beams, skylights. Beautiful kitchens, stainless steel appliances, stylish tiled baths, cherry cabinets with granite all complete the contemporary look. Garage parking, private deck overlooking the lush landscaped courtyard. A past winner of Best Commercial Mulit-Family project in Richmond!! Easy walk to shops, art galleries, restaurants and nightlife.
2509-2523 O Street –
Encompassing an entire block of O Street between 25th and 26th Streets, these townhomes are the newest development in the burgeoning Church Hill neighborhood. The O Street combines the best of Richmond’s history with contemporary space planning and modern amenities. A new, ground up build bookends the existing seven meticulously re-built homes.
The original homes, built in 1874, reflect Richmond’s history and Church Hill’s artisanal past. Developed by James Netherwood, the block was home to stone carvers, brick masons, engineers, lithographers, painters and a book binder. As one of the largest granite suppliers on the East Coast, Netherwood supplied the granite for Old City Hall, the Mann Netherwood block in historic Church Hill, and many of the statuary pedestals found throughout Richmond.
With 3 bedrooms and 3.5 baths, the original renovated houses range in size from 2,000 SF to 2,234 with prices starting in the mid $300’s and 10 year tax abatements. The new 2,466 SF town-home features 4 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms and is priced in the low $400’s.
Each architect designed home features original brick facades, open modern floor plans, roof terraces, and finishes with today’s lifestyles in mind.
Completion is scheduled for Summer 2018.
110 Compass Drive – Custom waterfront home, less than two minutes to the Bay, designed by Architect Sam Nuckols. Modern open concept floor plan with large expanses of glass provide wide water views from almost every room. Soaring vaulted ceiling over the shared great room/dining room. Generously proportioned cook’s kitchen with a 36” Wolf gas cooktop, all stainless steel appliances, 7’ seated island with specialized stainless steel counter and integrated deep single bowl sink. First floor master suite features 8’x12’ sliding glass doors, a see-thru gas fireplace plus private access to the outdoor shower. Two spacious bedrooms and large study (can also be used as a bedroom) on the second floor. The oversized laundry room includes two double closets (one is used for pantry), utility sink and hobby counter/cabinets. Accessed from here is a 20’ x 23’ upstairs flex room perfect for studio, gym, or game room overlooking both creek and wetlands. The attached two car garage also provides additional storage and workbench. Green features include low VOC paint, bamboo flooring, 2”x6” exterior walls, dual fuel HVAC, tankless hot water, conditioned/slab crawlspace, native landscaping, living shoreline. Enjoy the sights and sounds of nature from the screened porch overlooking both creek and wetlands. Elevated 2+ acre lot, dock with two lifts and fish cleaning station, kayak storage, separate shed, whole house generator. Protective oyster ground rights in place. 4’-5′ MLW at dock.
2615.5 Floyd Avenue – The first CITIZEN 6 opportunity, part of a new home development completed in 2014. This award-winning architect designed home features a contemporary aesthetic representative of today’s finest – light filled, generously proportioned with an open and flowing floor plan. Three generous bedrooms – all en suite, 3 full plus one ½ bath and two dedicated off-street parking spaces (one with EV charging capability). Rift cut white oak flooring and custom casework, white quartz counters, Bosch appliances, gas cooking and corner gas fireplace. This owner added upgrades including a custom master closet, 4 Big Ass “Haiku” ceiling fans, additional casework, shelving and closet build-outs. Located on Richmond’s Bike Boulevard, short walk to Carytown, museums, restaurants, local retail.
8252 Ben Nevis Drive –
Located in the highly coveted Highland Hills of historic Bon Air, an authentic mid-century modern community by renowned architect Charles Goodman. The original home design, “Ranger” series by National Homes, has been respectfully integrated into today’s lifestyle. A linear floor plan, with 3 bedrooms and one and a half baths. The open “front” half for living, with a renovated galley kitchen featuring a wall of windows that overlooks the signature courtyard, and the rear half purposed for private beds and baths. Lovely outdoor spaces perfect for entertaining. Many recent updates including new roof (2015), newer heat pump and hot water heater, new windows throughout, new rear patio (2016), new gravel driveway, new engineered flooring. The close knit neighborhood includes use of the recreational swimming pool (with membership fee)). This home has recently been featured on the Modern Richmond Week House Tour, R-Home, as well as CASA magazine. Convenient to great shopping, and only 15 minutes from downtown.
4614 Riverside Drive –
Situated high above the James River, 4614 Riverside Drive epitomizes the classical elegance of Colonial Revival architecture in Richmond. The home was designed in 1929 by renowned local architect Henry Carl Messerschmidt, whose portfolio includes some of Richmond’s most distinctive Art Deco buildings, including beloved Cary Court, the East End Theater and Perly’s Restaurant. Essential to the offering are commanding views of Richmond’s most essential civic treasure, the James River, as well as Maymont.
Featuring 7 bedrooms, 4 full and 2 half baths, a 3 car garage and nearly 5,600 square feet, 4614 Riverside wonderfully balances the authentic formality of yesteryear with the welcoming familiarity of timeless design. The interior rooms are generous and well-proportioned rooms throughout the home. Bright eat-in kitchen includes new quartz counters and marble tile backsplash, newer appliances. Spacious master suite with stunning views. The expansive 3rd floor makes for great flex space, and includes 2 bedrooms plus a full bath. The refined exteriors allow for connection to the manicured and gently sloping site, making the outdoor experience as inspiring as the interior.
An ideal location, with close proximity to the James River Bank Park trail system, outstanding restaurants and the best farmers Market in Richmond, only 10 minutes from downtown.
1904 | 1906 Princess Anne Avenue – Jefferson Green, located high on the western bluff of historic Union Hill at Jefferson Park, represents the finest of urban living. Comprised of three upscale condo/townhomes combining extraordinary skyline views and contemporary floor plans. With exteriors designed to blend and interiors designed to inspire, Jefferson Green provides a modern living experience convenient to Richmond’s downtown business district. Completion Spring 2018!
Progressive LEED designated homes ensure energy efficiency and a healthier living environment. All models offer expansive roof top decks, three bedrooms with third floor flex space, three full and one half baths and designated parking with EV charging capability.
Within walking distance to some of Richmond’s most notable restaurants, bakeries and hot spots, living at Jefferson Green provides easy access to all Richmond has to offer.
16 N Sheppard St – Located in the Museum District only one block from Carytown, Richmond’s unique shopping corridor. This meticulous renovation by RoostRVA thoughtfully brings the old back to new. Open kitchen concept with 42” white wood cabinets, all new stainless steel appliances, gas cooking, quartz and butcher block countertops and a large central island great for entertaining. Gleaming refinished 1” plank oak and heart pine floors throughout, fully remodeled baths, designer lighting. NEW – TPO roof, Carrier heat pump, Andersen windows, ductwork, hot water heater (2015), all updated electrical/plumbing. Spacious rear deck with kitchen access, low maintenance landscaping, fully fenced private backyard plus a clean basement with loads of potential. Enjoy relatively carefree living while taking in all the city has to offer!
1900 S Meadow St – A unique opportunity to own Richmond’s first Modern International Style house designed by George Edward Hoppe Jr. Artfully renovated with keen attention to detail, located on the historic Kanawha canal, gorgeous panoramic vista with seasonal winter river views. Custom cooks kitchen w/ maple cabinets, stainless countertops, separate pastry/prep station with 2nd sink. Spacious master bedroom with vaulted ceiling. Host to several architectural tours, featured in RHome magazine and an Honorable Mention in Metropolitan Home. Sited on almost .4 acres, partially wooded, four tiered terraced garden, wrap around deck. Ten minutes from downtown yet a world away, abundant wildlife along the James River corridor. Around the corner from Maymont Park,on MORE bike trail, walk to river park access.