A river runs through it…

the James River is one of the many outdoor Richmond landmarks. It is part of the more than 100 local parks and 6,500 acres of forest and park lands that helped named Richmond as Best River Town in America by Outside Magazine in September 2012.
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Business is booming…

Richmond is home to Fortune 500 companies as well as established local businesses. The Gallup Poll ranked Richmond as the 3rd Best Large City in the Country for Job Creation and it was ranked in the top 10 of the 50 Best Cities for Working Mothers by Forbes.com.
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Always something to do…

Museums, monuments, battlefields and historic homes commemorate a 400-year history of Richmond. Cultural activities include the cornerstone of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts; it has hosted works of Picasso, Chihuly, Faberge, and Mummy: Secrets of the Tombs not to mention its outstanding collection of fine arts.
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Welcome to Long & Foster Richmond

Situated on the James River and less than 100 miles from Washington D.C., Richmond is Virginia’s capital city. While the city itself is home to only 200,000 people, it’s part of a much larger Richmond region that encompasses the counties of Chesterfield, Hanover, Henrico, and New Kent. Although Richmond is considered a mid-sized municipality, it offers all the amenities of a much larger city. People buy Richmond real estate because they like the area’s strong job market and mild climate. If you’re interested in finding Richmond homes for sale or real estate, then contact any of Long & Foster’s offices in Richmond.

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