10 Reasons Why You Should Live in Richmond!
Moving is no small task, and we get that! Whether you’re moving across the country or just to the next street over, the process can be very demanding- both physically and emotionally! So we want to help take some of the stress off of you by giving you some insight as to where you should move to- Richmond, Virginia! 1. A Foodie’s Paradise – Classic Southern cuisine, hip downtown bars, locally owned restaurants – Try the Boathouse for a great date night on the river – Check out the Tottering Teacup for sweets + fun decor – Take a look at Yelp’s Top 10 Foodie Cities of 2091! (hint.. we’re on there!!) 2. A Shopper’s Dream – Small stylish boutiques, cozy thrift shops, friendly farmer’s markets – Outdoor shopping malls (Stony Point Fashion Park + Short Pump Town Center) 3. A Historic Gem – You’re only a drive away from 5 Presidential homes + lots of museums – Near to the Virginia State Capitol – Take a day trip to experience Jamestown, Williamsburg, or Yorktown If you want to find out more about moving to RVA, give us a shout! Keeton & Company Real Estate (804) 556-1228 4. An Outdoor Escape – Go to the James River to float or stop at Belle Isle + Brown’s Island – Wander through parks, hike/bike along trails, or check out golf courses 5. A Memory-Making Kind of Place – Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens – Maymont Park – Metro Richmond Zoo – Science Museum + Children’s Museum – King’s Dominion + Busch Gardens 6. An Eventful Weekend – Go to a concert series, run in a marathon, go to a festival, or visit a craft show – Pick pumpkins + wander through haunted houses in the fall – In the winter, take a Tacky Lights Limo Tour 7. An Artsy Scene – Visit the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts – Browse local art galleries, or stroll through RVA on foot to see the street art 8. A Sunny Getaway – In RVA you’re less than 2 hours from the beach 9. A Breathtaking View – Stunning river views, colorful sunsets, flowers in summer, + snow in the winter! – Beautiful architecture, from historic movie theaters to edgy coffee shops 10. A Wonderful Life – “A small town disguised as a big city”