Midlothian, VA Real Estate
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- Bexley Homes For Sale
- Brandermill Homes For Sale
- Charter Colony Homes For Sale
- Collington Homes For Sale
- Deer Run Homes For Sale
- Edgewater at The Reservoir Homes For Sale
- Foxcroft Homes For Sale
- Queensgate Homes For Sale
- Queensmill Homes For Sale
- Rountrey Homes For Sale
- Salisbury Homes For Sale
- Tarrington Homes For Sale
- Walnut Grove Homes For Sale
- Walton Park Homes For Sale
- Woodlake Homes For Sale
The Midlothian portion of Chesterfield County offers tons of great communities and quality real estate! With easy access to major roadways such as Hull Street, Midlothian Turnpike, the Powhite Parkway and Rt. 288, Midlothian, Virginia is a commuter’s paradise! One popular neighborhood is Charter Colony. Made up of 19 subdivisions ranging from the high 100’s to low 500’s, buyers are sure to find a home that’s perfect for them. Charter Colony offers its residents, four lighted tennis courts, several swimming pool facilities, paved paths, subdivision parks and three clubhouses. These clubhouses can even be rented for a nominal fee to host special events. Saint Francis Hospital is less than a five minute drive from any of the Charter Colony neighborhoods! Even better, the YMCA, Goddard Learning Center, a library, Watkins Elementary School, both Midlothian High & Middle Schools are all within walking distance of many portions of the community. John Tyler Community College is also situated close by, offering convenient and affordable higher learning to Midlothian residents!
Another highly sought-after Midlothian community is Brandermill. Surrounded by the stunning 1700 acre Swift Creek Reservoir, Brandermill subdivisions such as Spinnaker Cove, Harbour Bluff, Rockport Landing, Bayport Landing, Winterberry Ridge, Nortwich, Commodore Point, Regatta Pointe and McTyres Cove offer spectacular waterfront living options for buyers. Conveniently located between Old Hundred, Genito and Hull Street, Brandermill residents enjoy easy access to shopping, schools, medical facilities and recreation. In fact, both Swift Creek Elementary and Middle Schools are located inside the community. Better still, amenity-rich Brandermill offers an array of competitively-priced real estate and pastimes. From an assisted care facility, 55+ homes, condos and townhouse, traditional single family properties to golf front homes... it has it all! Enjoy swimming, tennis, tons of paved trails, playgrounds, boating, fishing and even a waterfront restaurant/event venue right at Brandermill's Sunday Park. Golf members of the Brandermill Country Club not only have playing privileges at the neighborhood course but nine other courses as well. It's no wonder that in 2010, Brandermill's Master Association Plan won the “Outstanding Private Sector Plan Award” from the Virginia American Planning Association.
Another note-worthy community in this portion of Midlothian is Woodlake. Offering charming waterfront properties in subdivisions such as West Shore and Beechwood Point, Woodlake is a hot spot to consider. Clover Hill Elementary School and Woodlake Central Park are located in the center of the community. Miles of biking and walking trails run through the whole neighborhood. Woodlake homeowners even have access to an extensive swim and racquet club, complete with indoor and outdoor pools, tennis and fitness facilities.
Other Midlothian, Virginia neighborhoods offering quality housing are Queensmill,
Queensgate, Walton Lake, Edgewater at The Reservoir, Sanctuary at Edgewater, and Rountrey and Bexley. Walnut Grove homeowners could even walk to the nearby River City Sportsplex!
How Long Does It Take For A Midlothian, Virginia Home To Sell?
Below you will find the average and median days on market for homes in Midlothian, VA. Keep in mind that these figures do not reflect stats for specific areas within Midlothian but Midlothian as a whole. Note: If you need a specific area all the way down to the neighborhood level, just click the request button and we'll get a report out to you as soon as possible. The average days on market is all of the market times added together and divided by the number of homes on the list. Median on the other hand is when you take the entire list and pluck out the home that is in the center of the list. For example: You have 101 homes sold. Place them in order of shortest time to sell and longest time to sell or vice versa and pick the one in the middle. 50 homes will have sold quicker and 50 homes will have taken longer to sell. This will usually give you a more accurate reflection of the area because it takes out the impact of homes that sold in a few days and homes that took several months or years to sell. For example: If you had a list of 101 homes and most sold within about 70 days or so but there were a few that were sold in 3 days or less and a few more that took well over 365 days to sell, your average days on the market would be thrown way off.
For more information about Midlothian Virginia's housing market, as well as a detailed evaluation of your property, contact Erin Melton, Associate Broker of The Melton Team with RE/MAX Peninsula.