- Current Prices:$179,950 to $500,000
- Closed Prices:$30,000 to $1,600,000
- Median Sale Price:$416,250
- Average $ per sq ft:$294
- Association Fee Ranges:$50/quarter,$20 to $350/mo,$0 to $500
- Type:Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home
- Age:1900 to 2018
- Sq. Ft.:275 to 4,283Sq. Ft.
- Bedrooms:0 to 5Bedrooms
- Bathrooms:0 to 5Bathrooms
- Lot Sizes:0 - 3 acres
This community has numerous amenities available for residents to enjoy.
Homes for Sale
Homes in this area come in a wide range of prices, styles, and sizes.
Where to Live
The neighborhood itself isn't all that large. It stretches south to Ellwood Avenue (with a small strip of South Boulevard attached) and reaches up north to Highway 33. There are some homes located on Hanover Avenue, Grove Avenue, and Stuart Avenue. These homes are not necessarily the largest, but the houses are away from busier streets and I-195 to the west. Monument Avenue boasts some of the neighborhood's most impressive homes.
When looking at homes, the middle of the community is ideal as the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts is located on the eastern edge of the neighborhood and many of the blocks surrounding it are home to other museums.
Where to Eat
Directly to the south of the Museum District is Carytown, a small community that acts as a buffer between the Museum District and the Expressway. The restaurants along W. Cary Street provide excellent dining options. Belmont Pizzeria is located near the center of the neighborhood while Chanello's Pizza is on the northeast corner. Outside of these pizzerias and McLeans Restaurant, this is a more residential area and not heavy on restaurants.
What You'll See
More established professionals work here. As the homes here tend to be more historical, most residents live here simply because they want a large, ornate house. But what they receive in square footage, they lose in yard space (most of the large houses take up the majority of the property lot). Many people come in from outside the community to visit the museums and just walk the streets, meaning that residents will see fellow Richmonders and tourists alike.
Friday Night Fun
Residents often cross over to W. Cary Street, where most eating and drinking options are located. However, Bandito's Burrito Lounge has enticing drink specials and popular Mexican food. There are a handful of additional options along Sheppard Street, including a dive bar and craft beer bar. For a more relaxed Friday night, residents often venture to one of the galleries along Monument Avenue or visit one of the museums.
The Perfect Sunday
Start off the day with a quick brunch along Monument Avenue, then grab a cup of coffee at Black Hand Coffee before walking the historical streets. Also, visiting the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts or taking in a service at St. Benedict Church are all local favorites. There isn't much in way of green spaces, but the meticulously manicured lawns surrounding the museums are a lovely way to pass a Sunday in the Museum District.
Historical statues, monuments, and museums • Beautiful homes.
Locals Don't Love
Lack of green areas • Few dining options.
Disclaimer: School attendance zone boundaries are supplied by Maponics and are subject to change. Check with the applicable school district prior to making a decision based on these boundaries.
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