Homes for Sale in Richmond
With a rich, historical past combined with acres of bright, wide-open space, Richmond is a city that offers a laidback lifestyle normally enjoyed in more rural areas, but with all the conveniences of modern living. At first glance, you get a sense that Richmond is mainly an agricultural community, but after you drive past the sprawling shopping plazas and fast food chains, you’ll see it has just the right balance between rural and urban.
What’s in the Area
Back in the 1800s, Richmond was a town that had numerous cattle ranges and cotton plantations, which is why the city still has plenty of vast open areas within its borders. Today, many of these open spaces serve as the backdrop of miles of walking, running, and biking trails that wind throughout the city, making Richmond an ideal area for outdoor enthusiasts.
For history buffs, there’s a wide variety of historical points of interest that offer fresh insight into the city’s storied past. To learn more about Richmond’s culture and history, you can drop by the Fort Bend Historical Museum, the Confederate Museum, the Long-Smith Cottage, the John Moore Home, the McFarlane Visitors Center, the Morton Cemetery, the historic county courthouse, or one of the many other historic buildings here.
Homes around Richmond are well-built and come in a superb selection of architectural styles that include ranch and plantation-style, Mediterranean, traditional, and contemporary.
Most homes are nestled on large-sized lots, and come with great features such as travertine and hardwood flooring, covered patios, custom shelves and cabinets, spacious granite island kitchens with a breakfast bar, game/media rooms, ample garage space, and massive master suites with and walk-in closets. Many available homes also feature easy access to the city’s hiking trails, parks, and fishing lakes.
Homes in Richmond start in the low $100,000s and can go up to the seven-figure range.
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