Fall in Central Virginia has always been one of our real estate agents' favorite seasons. As the weather cools off and the trees light up with brilliant colors, there's simply no better time to get out and explore the great outdoors.
And there may be no better place to do so than Pocahontas State Park. Just 30 minutes from Richmond, this spectacular state park offers some of the most amazing fall foliage in the region, along with a wealth of opportunities for outdoor recreation.
Pocahontas State Park Fall Foliage
Spanning nearly 8,000 acres, Pocahontas State Park is Virginia's largest state park. It was first opened in 1946 and was developed by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the hills and valleys surrounding Swift Creek.
History, culture, and nature meet at the Riverfront Canal Walk, one of Richmond's more popular attractions for both locals and tourists. Our real estate agents share what makes this fascinating spot a must-see for everyone.
Founding and Early Days of the Canal
While the seven-mile falls of the James River offer wonderful recreational and sightseeing opportunities near Richmond homes for sale, they were a serious problem during the Colonial era. The falls served as an obstacle for ships carrying passengers and goods into the western region.
Are you looking for trendy but easy upgrades you can add to your home, perhaps before you list it for sale? Installing barn doors is a fast upgrade with a dramatic impact, and it makes a good weekend DIY project. Here are a few tips from our real estate agents on installing a barn door that adds a farmhouse touch to your home.
Richmond is well known for its craft beer scene, but the local wine culture in Central Virginia doesn't always get the attention it deserves. Some of the best wine country in the eastern United States is a stone's throw from Richmond, and today, our real estate agents are excited to share some of their favorite Richmond-area wineries and vineyards. Stop by these local spots for a wine tasting and to savor wines from the Richmond area.