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County

  1. Chesterfield County

    Chesterfield County, located in eastern Virginia, is a great place to buy or build a new home. Considered the fourth largest municipality in Virginia, Chesterfield is part of the Richmond-Petersburg Metropolitan Statistical Area. In May 2004, the American City Business Journals named Chesterfield the 17th Best Place to Live in America. Beautiful Southern charm coupled with excellent schools and a vibrant local community makes Chesterfield County Virginia a very desirable place to call home.

     
    Chesterfield County is home to many great schools. Not only are grade schools top notch in this area, receiving the U.S. Department of Education’s Blue Ribbon Award, but also colleges and universities. The College of William and Mary, the Virginia State University and University of Richmond are all nearby. With attractive, family-friendly neighborhoods, Chesterfield County is a great place to buy or build a new home and raise a family. 
     
    Recreational activities are a large part of life in Chesterfield County. With six public golf courses to choose from, eight lakes for fishing, boating and swimming, and numerous parks with athletic facilities to choose from, there is no reason not to enjoy Chesterfield County’s natural beauty. Building or buying a new home in Chesterfield County combines a love of nature with the joys of small town living.
     
    In addition to exploring the great outdoors you can also enjoy the many indoor activities that Chesterfield County has to offer. Try the Ice Zone for year-round indoor ice skating or Chesterfield Town Center for year-round indoor shopping! There are plenty of  other shopping opportunities as well with the other eight different shopping centers you will always be able to find the best deals. Living close to Richmond also means that you can enjoy all of the big city life, including shopping, nightlife, museums, etc., without all of the metropolitan hassles.
     
    NASCAR fans will also love buying of building a new home in Chesterfield County. Driver Denny Hamlin is from Chesterfield County. His home track is Southside Speedway in Petersburg, VA. This short track began as part of the NASCAR circuit, and has seen many famous names cross the finish line, including Bobby Allison, Ted Hairfield, Ray Hendrick, Cal Johnson, Richard Petty and Darryll Waltrip.
     
    Chesterfield County’s rapid growth, excellent schools, proximity to big cities and big business, modern style of living, and variety of recreational activities makes it a very desirable place to live for singles, couples and families of all ages. Buy or build a new home today in one of the area’s most attractive neighborhoods.

 


Day Care

  1. Clover Hill Child Development Center

    Phone: 804.639.1632
    We offer innovative, educational child care centers. We serve families with infants through school-age children. The moment you enter any of our centers, you’ll realize why families have trusted us for over 40 years. Our centers provide a secure environment that offers peace of mind to parents.

  2. The Goddard School

    Phone: 804.739.8081

  3. Woodlake Child Development Center

    Phone: 804.739.3709
    Conveniently located in the Woodlake Community in Midlothian, Virginia, we are an innovative, educational child care center. We serve families with infants through school-age children.

 


Emergency

  1. Fire Department - Winterpock Station #19

    Phone: 804.748.1431 (non-emergency)

 


Entertainment

  1. Barksdale Theatre

    (804) 282-2620

  2. Busch Gardens
    Busch Gardens is an action-packed European-themed adventure park with 17th-century charm and 21st-century technology, boasting more than 350 acres of fun-filled exploration. The park is home to more than 50 rides and attractions, including Griffon, the world’s tallest and first floorless dive coaster. A new Sesame-Street themed area features four new KIDsiderate rides and shows that will delight young and the young at heart. Stage shows, culinary delights and world-class shopping experiences provide fun for the whole family.
  3. ComedySportz Improv Theatre

    (804) 266-9377
     

  4. Commonwealth 20 Movie Theatre

    Hull Street Road and Commonwealth Center Parkway


    Phone: 804-744-7421

  5. Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen

    The Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen offers residents and visitors in the metropolitan Richmond region an unparalleled opportunity to experience the arts, entertain new ideas, develop a new talent, and experience first-hand, all the best this community has to offer.

    (804) 261-2787

  6. Ethyl Imax Dome and Planetarium
  7. Firehouse Theatre

    The Firehouse Theatre Project is formed to present important American contemporary theatre pieces with an emphasis on plays not previously produced in the metropolitan Richmond area, including developing, producing, and performing at least one new play each year.

    (804) 355-2001

  8. HATTheatre

    The HATTheatre is located in Richmond's Far West End.  The theatre features an intimate 70 seat black-box, raked seating, a small lobby, and additional studio space for rehearsals and classes.

    (804) 343-6364 or 740-7511

  9. Innsbrook After Hours

    (804) 794-6700

  10. Kings Dominion
  11. Regal Cinemas- Westchester Commons

    (804) 794-3775

  12. Richmond Ballet
    Local dance enthusiasts founded Richmond Ballet in 1957 as a performance outlet for students in local dance programs.  It existed for almost 20 years as a small, civic company until 1975, when the School of Richmond Ballet was founded.  The School sparked the evolution from a student company to the professional company of today.
    (804) 344-0906
  13. Science Museum of Virginia

    Since its founding by the Virginia General Assembly in 1970, the Science Museum of Virginia has become the premier center for hands-on science education in Virginia.
     

  14. The Funny Bone Comedy Club

    The Funny Bone is open on Wednesday through Sunday night for comedy shows. They are also open on the first Tuesday of every month for our amateur competition, Clash of the Comics.  In addition they are a non-smoking establishment and a 21 and over club.


    Phone: (804) 521-8900

     

  15. The Richmond Symphony

    The Richmond Symphony was founded in 1957 by a small, dedicated group of music-lovers who desired to provide Central Virginia with a professional orchestra. The Symphony performed only three concerts in its inaugural season; today, the orchestra makes more than 200 public appearances each season.   As a nonprofit corporation, the Richmond Symphony is partially supported by the Virginia Commission for the Arts.

  16. Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

    The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts houses a remarkable permanent collection of more than twenty thousand works of art from almost every major world culture. Especially noteworthy are the museum’s collections of Art Nouveau, Art Deco, and Modern and Contemporary American art donated by Sydney and Frances Lewis; French Impressionist and Post-Impressionist art and British sporting art given by Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mellon; American art acquired through the J. Harwood and Louise B. Cochrane Fund; The Lillian Thomas Pratt Collection of Fabergé jeweled objects; and The Jerome and Rita Gans Collection of English Silver. The museum’s holdings of South Asian, Himalayan, and African art are among the finest in the nation.

 


Hospitals

  1. Bon Secours - St. Francis Medical Center

     

     

    130 private rooms and a full spectrum of services. 24-hour on-site neonatology, 24-hour emergency care, cardiology, orthopaedics, oncology, urology, pediatric services, cardiac catheterization, MRI/CT and diagnostics and nuclear medicine. latest in digital technology including all-digital imaging, operating rooms of the future, patient rooms wired for the internet, digital mammography, PET/CT, and clinical imaging like Echocardiograms, vascular and cardiac catheterization. spiritual aspects of healing.

     

    Its convenient location in western Chesterfield County provides easy access to residents in Chesterfield and surrounding counties. With the opening of Route 288, Goochland and areas around Short Pump are just 20 minutes away.

    Services at St. Francis include all types of surgery, women’s services,

    Bon Secours St. Francis offers the

    Bon Secours St. Francis is the first new hospital south of the James in more than 20 years. Its peaceful setting provides a restful and contemplative environment for patients, families, staff and the community. The Chapel, prayer gardens, fountains and walking paths are designed to enhance the

     

    Phone: (804) 594-7300

     

    Residents south of the James now have a Bon Secours hospital they can call their own! Richmond’s newest hospital, St. Francis Medical Center, is a state-of-the-art facility with

  2. Chippenham Medical Center

    "CJW Medical Center, with campuses at Chippenham Hospital and Johnston-Willis Hospital, has a long history of providing excellent health care to Richmond and Central Virginia. We are proud to have been named one of HealthGrade's America’s 50 Best Hospitals (2007-2008) and we look forward to serving your needs with compassion and respect." - Peter Marmerstein, CEO

    Phone: 804.320.3911

  3. Johnston-Willis Hospital

    "CJW Medical Center, with campuses at Chippenham Hospital and Johnston-Willis Hospital, has a long history of providing excellent health care to Richmond and Central Virginia. We are proud to have been named one of HealthGrade's America’s 50 Best Hospitals (2007-2008) and we look forward to serving your needs with compassion and respect." - Peter Marmerstein, CEO

    Phone: 804.330.2000

  4. MCV-VCU

    Every day, there’s a new discovery at the VCU Medical Center. Whether it’s a patient who undergoes a new, life-saving procedure or a clinical researcher who finds promise in a new cancer treatment, exciting medical advances are taking place. The only academic medical center in central Virginia, the VCU Medical Center is on the forefront of health care, providing patients with the most progressive treatments and medical technology available.

    The medical staff includes internationally recognized physicians and highly skilled nurses who provide state-of-the-art, comprehensive patient care. Many of the physicians have been ranked among the top doctors in Richmond in specialties ranging from allergies to vascular surgery. The medical center has been ranked among the top centers nationwide in U.S.News & World Report’s “America’s Best Hospitals.” In 2006, the center received Magnet designation for excellence in nursing services by the American Nurses Credentialing Center.

    MCV Hospitals is the teaching hospital component of the VCU Medical Center, which also includes outpatient clinics and MCV Physicians, a 600-physician faculty group practice.

 


Library

  1. Clover Hill Library

 


Parks and Recreation

  1. Birkdale Golf Club

    Birkdale is a club that has it all - incredible golf and a family-friendly atmosphere are the heart of the Birkdale Golf Club experience. A championship course, junior Olympic swimming pool, four clay tennis courts, complimentary golf and tennis tuition, an inviting Grille, and a full calendar of social events offer every member and their guests many opportunities to enjoy all that Birkdale has to offer.

    As a semi-private golf club, daily fee players are able to enjoy the course in addition to our members.  Designed by renowned architect Dan Maples, Birkdale offers a traditional tree-lined lay-out, a spacious practice facility, and a full complement of lesson programs led by PGA Professionals so you can enjoy golf to the fullest.

  2. Brandermill Country Club

    Brandermill Country Club offers an 18-hole championship course designed by Ron Kirby and golfing legend Gary Player. Steeped in tradition, this beautiful course has rolling Bermuda fairways and contoured bent grass greens; combined with woodland settings and scenic views of the Swift Creek Reservoir, the course offers an ideal environment for spectacular golf.

  3. Colonial Downs

    Colonial Downs is Virginia’s only pari-mutuel horse racetrack, and it’s located in New Kent County at Exit 214 off I-64. The track features a summer thoroughbred racing season, a fall harness racing season, and an ever growing year-round slate of special events.

  4. Independence Golf Club

    Independence Golf Club is Richmond's newest and most upscale daily-fee golf course designed by world renowned Tom Fazio, owned and operated by the Virginia State Golf Association Foundation.

    The VSGA Foundation, a not for profit 501-c-3 organization whose purpose is to foster amateur and junior golf in the state of Virginia, started planning for the facility nearly 15 years ago. Independence Golf Club opened in October 2001 and was named by Golf Digest magazine among the 'Best Places to Play' for 2004-2005, 2007-2008, and 2008-2009

  5. Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens
    Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden enlightens and inspires its constituents through its outstanding botanical collections, horticultural displays and landscape design. They engage their constituents with the natural world through interpretation, programs, educational resources and outreach.
    (804) 262-9887
  6. Oasis Sports Park

    Oasis is a pleasant relief from the usual. We are the premier practice facility for golfers in Southern Virginia. A full service family recreational facility that is fun for everyone. Every effort will be made to provide the patrons with complete satisfaction and enjoyment during your visit. 

    • The premier practice facility in Richmond.
    • Challenging Nine Hole Par 3 Golf Course
    • Premium 100% Grass Tees
    • Choose from 60 Stations (Mats)
    • All-Weather Driving Range with Heated and Lighted Tees
    • Manicured Target Greens
    • Accurate Yardage Signs
    • Exceptional Bent Grass Practice Putting Green
    • Chipping and Pitching Area with Sand Bunker
    • Popular 9 Station Batting Cages with Various Speeds
    • Landscaped 18 Hole Harris Miniature Golf Course
    • Indoor Café
    • Beautiful Picnic Pavilion & Spacious Clubhouse for Weddings,Group Parties for any occasion.
    • Special Packages Available for Team Building, Corporate Outings, School Field Trips, Family Reunions and Other Events

     

  7. Pocahontas State Park

    Only 20 miles from downtown Richmond, Pocahontas State Park has been one of the more popular parks in the state park system. Many various activities, including biking, hiking, picnicking, swimming, camping and family-friendly nature programs, await guests. Swift Creek Reservoir and Beaver Lake offer visitors a chance for excellent wildlife viewing and fishing.

  8. Windy Hill Sports Complex
    • Golf
    • Mini-Golf
    • Go Karts
    • Batting Cages

 


Schools

  1. Spring Run Elementary
  2. Bailey Bridge Middle

    The mission of Bailey Bridge Middle School is to work in partnership with students, families, and the community to ensure the success of each student.
     

    School Mascot: Bears
    School Colors: Burgundy, Forest Green, White

  3. Manchester High
  4. Millwood School

    Millwood School is a thriving college preparatory school for students in Junior Kindergarten through 10th Grade. Their focus is educational excellence in a warm and nurturing environment. We are known for small classes and individual attention, a challenging and diverse curriculum, exceptional faculty, and a value structure that promotes honesty, integrity, and respect for others. 
     

 


Shopping

  1. Chesterfield Towne Center

    Midlothian Turnpike and Huguenot Road

  2. Commonwealth Center

    Hull Street Road and Commonwealth Center Parkway

  3. Short Pump Towne Center

    Short Pump Town Center is located in Henrico County, Virginia on Broad Street, approximately 1 mile (1.6 km) west of I-64 Exit 178A/B. This area of Henrico County is called The West End and is northwest of Richmond. Short Pump Town Center is a two-level, open-air retail center composed of upscale stores. It opened on September 17, 2003 and has over 200 stores. The retail center is owned and operated by Forest City Enterprises. Anchor stores are Dick's Sporting Goods, Dillard's, Macy's, and Nordstrom.

     
    Surrounding the mall proper, there are several strip malls, other stores, and restaurants within walking or short driving distance. These are located on the Town Center property, however not a part of the mall itself. Notable locations surrounding the Town Center include: Applebees, Barnes & Noble, Chili's, Chipotle, and Red Robin.
  4. Stony Point Fashion Park

    Stony Point Fashion Park is an upscale outdoor mall in Richmond, Virginia that opened in 2003. It is owned and managed by Taubman Centers. Anchor stores include Dick's Sporting Goods, Dillard's and Saks Fifth Avenue.

    Stony Point Fashion Park features many unique-to-the-market retailers, such as Louis Vuitton, Anthropologie, Brighton Collectibles, Cole Haan, L'Occitane en Provence, Coach, Sur La Table, BOSS Hugo Boss, Movado, Three Dog Bakery, MAC along with many others. Stony Point Fashion Park is also the only mall in the region that offers a dog-friendly environment along with comfort stations located throughout the center.

    The mall also hosts the following restaurant franchises: P.F. Chang's China Bistro, Brio Tuscan Grille, Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar, or Champps Restaurant& Bar.

     

  5. The Village at Swift Creek

    Hull Street Road and Brad McNeer Parkway

  6. Westchester Commons
    Westchester Commons is a new and fabulous shopping venue in Richmond, Virginia. You'll find fabulous shopping at Target, Petco, Joann's Fabrics, CVS  and much more.  There's also a Gold's Gym, Regal Cinemas, SunTrust Bank, Subway, McAllister's Deli, Bank of America and Noodle Company.

 


Winery

  1. Bodie Vineyards

    For the past 20 years, Clyde and Mary Bodie have been growing American Hybrid varietals of grapes, including Cayuga and Buffalo Red. These plantings grew out of Clyde's passion for making wine, which began more than 35 years ago. Bodie Vineyards has just received government approvals to operate as a Virginia Farm Winery. Hours of operation are seasonal, so please call in advance: (804) 598-3498
     

  2. Cooper Vineyards

    Located on a sunny ridge-top in Louisa County, Cooper Vineyards is family owned and operated, producing about 1750 cases of wine per year. 8 acres of vineyard are located immediately adjacent to the winery and their unique tasting room is in the winery itself.
     

  3. James River Cellars Winery

    Located in historic Hanover County in Glen Allen, Virginia, 10 miles North of Richmond, 10 miles South of Kings Dominion just off I-95. 

    This family owned and operated winery offers award winning wines from Virginia grown grapes. Ray Lazarchic (principle owner) works with James Batterson (winemaker), Sebastian Nagy (viticulturist) and Mitzi Batterson (winery manager) to produce 15 varieties of distinctive flavors, including the dessert wine Dolce Vino, winner of the Governor’s Cup for the best Virginia wine of 2005. 

  4. New Kent Winery

    New Kent Winery opened their doors on May 31, 2008 after eight years of planning, planting and building... all of which have resulted in some of the finest wines produced in Virginia.

    Planting the first vines in 2001, the founders started molding reality from their dream of opening a winery in New Kent County, Virginia.  While the vines were maturing to proper age, the founders planned a 17,000 square foot winery equipped with state-of-the-art facility.. The winery itself, designed by Williamsburg architect John Hopke was modeled to reflect an earlier time when wine making was common in the New Kent, Virginia region. The winery is built from materials reclaimed from buildings and structures well over a century old. Beautiful, old heart-pine trusses were reclaimed from a 1901 Southern Railroad Depot that was located in Shockoe Bottom. The Heart Pine structural timbers and floor timbers were recovered from an old Connecticut warehouse that was constructed in 1852. The stunning exterior facade of the winery was achieved using handmade, pre-Civil War bricks, merged with siding and roof shingles which were milled from Cypress logs that had been submerged in North Florida Rivers for over one-hundred year

 

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