In this video we take you to the City of Richmond VA’s West End and show you 9 different neighborhoods located within The West End of Richmond City. The West End in this video is not to be confused with Henrico County’s West End (Short Pump & Glen Allen Area).
The West End of Richmond is the western most part of Richmond City and is not to be confused with Henrico County’s West End which is the Short Pump (and Glen Allen) area. The West End that we are focusing on in this video is located west of the downtown expressway, south of Broad Street, north of the river, and ends at the University of Richmond campus. There are multiple neighborhoods located within the West End and in this video you will get to see Sauer’s Gardens, Malvern Gardens, Stonewall Court, Westhampton, Willow Lawn, Colonial Place, Mary Munford, Three Chopt, and Monument Avenue Park.
In the past year there were a total of 304 home sales in these 9 neighborhoods, so almost 1 a day. Houses range in size from small ranchers with 860 sqft up to stately homes with over 6000 sqft. There is also a huge price range here with the low end at 225 thousand dollars all the way up to 2.6 Million dollars. The average price home was 729 thousand dollars with around 2200 sqft, so obviously this isn’t a cheap place to live and more than likely houses priced below that average are on the smaller side, in need of updates, or both. For the most part the houses are all on the older side with some dated as far back as the late 1800s, but on average the year built is 1949 which is somewhat skewed due to some new construction homes scattered around the area. The West End of Richmond City has always been a desirable place to live and on average houses were selling 9% above asking and I will tell you why. The location and nearby amenities.
You get very close proximity to The Fan & Musuem District, as well as Scott’s Addition and Carytown but the neighborhoods in the West End feel much more suburban. The homes located within the West End are all detached, and most have larger yards than you will find closer inside of the City of Richmond. So if you are looking for homes with charm and character, beautiful tree lined streets, close proximity to downtown, and tons of nearby amenities but you don’t want rowhomes or teeny tiny yards this video is for you!
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