The 10 Best Places To Live In Virginia
The 10 Best Places To Live In Virginia For 2018
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Centrally located in the Mid-Atlantic region on the east coast of the United States, Virginia is an ideal spot to settle down.
Its location allows easy access to the North and the South of the eastern part of the U.S.
Boasting all four seasons and beautiful mountains in the western part of Virginia, as well as miles of sandy ocean beaches to the east, this state is beautiful year-round.
With a bustling capital toward the south in Richmond and Alexandria to the north, Virginia isn’t just for lovers, it’s for everyone.
Agriculture has always been a key contributor to the Virginia economy, and today 33 percent of the land remains devoted to farming.
Other key industries in Virginia are the military, government services and technology, with Virginia having the highest concentration of technology workers of any state.
Here are the 10 best places to live in Virginia:
1. Arlington (Best Overall City)
4. Virginia Beach.
5. Chesapeake. (Best Overall Quality of Life)
6. Alexandria. (Best Downtown)
7. Glen Allen (Best City to Raise a Family)
8. Ferrum (Most Affordable Small Town)
9. Staunton (Most Beautiful Town)
10. Blacksburg (Best Place to Retire)
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Relocating to Greater Richmond, Virginia?
Greater Richmond, Virginia, has something to offer for people of all ages and walks of life. Modern happenings like the cutting-edge shows at the CenterStage and the pop art displays at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts come together with historic sites such as the Edgar Allan Poe Museum and Maggie L. Walker National Historic Site to form a cosmopolitan region rooted in a rich cultural heritage. The region also offers some of the best communities to live in.
The Richmond region offers the cultural and recreational opportunities of a large city with minimal traffic congestion and an average 25-minute commute. Not to mention Atlantic beaches, Blue Ridge mountain ski slopes and hiking, and Washington D.C.'s cultural amenities all within a two-hour drive.
Greater Richmond is the ideal place to raise a family, to grow a career and a business.
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This video was produced in collaboration with Richmond Region Tourism, the Retail Merchants Association and the Virginia Tourism Corporation.
Places to see in ( Richmond - USA )
Places to see in ( Richmond - USA )
Richmond, the capital of Virginia, is among America’s oldest major cities. Patrick Henry, a U.S. Founding Father, famously declared “Give me liberty or give me death” at its St. John's Church in 1775, leading to the Revolutionary War. The White House of the Confederacy, home of Confederate President Jefferson Davis during the Civil War, is now a museum in Court End, a neighborhood known for Federal-style mansions.
Richmond has been called a city of neighborhoods, each one with a distinct look, flavor, and identity. All are recognized by Richmonders as unique neighborhoods, almost as though the city were a collection of several small towns.
Museum District & Carytown
Downtown — includes Shockoe (split into Shockoe Bottom and Shockoe Slip), Jackson Ward and Tobacco Row
Near West End
East End — includes Church Hill, Union Hill, Chimborazo, Fulton
Richmond is the capital of the Commonwealth of Virginia. It was settled in 1607 by an English settler named Capt. Christopher Newport and Capt. John Smith. The site was previously inhabited by the Powhatan Indians. It was named Richmond after the London suburb of Richmond-upon-Thames by its founder William Byrd II. The settlement did not become a city until 1742, and in the 135 years in between served as little more than a trading post for furs, hides, and tobacco. In 1782 Richmond became the state capital of Virginia. Richmond is one of the oldest American cities. The Shockoe Bottom entertainment area is where slave rebellion leader Gabriel had his head hung from a pike. During the Civil War, it served as the capital of the Confederacy.
Today the 'River City' shares a buzzing food-and-drink scene and an active arts community. The rough-and-tumble James River has also grabbed more of the spotlight, drawing outdoor adventurers to its rapids and trails. Richmond is also an undeniably handsome town that is easy to stroll, full of red-brick row houses, stately drives and leafy parks.
A lot to see in Richmond Virginia such as :
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden
Shockoe Slip Historic District
Virginia State Capitol
Carytown, Richmond, Virginia
Downtown Richmond, Virginia
The Edgar Allan Poe Museum
American Civil War Museum
Robert E Lee Memorial
Science Museum of Virginia
Virginia Museum of History & Culture
Children's Museum of Richmond
Richmond National Battlefield Park
Pony Pasture Parking Area
Maymont Nature Center
The Garden Club of Virginia
Deep Run Park & Recreation Center
Libby Hill Park
St. John's Church
West Broad Street
Museum District, Richmond, Virginia
Virginia Holocaust Museum
Maggie L. Walker National Historic Site
Three Lakes Park & Nature Center
American Civil War Museum- Historic Tredegar
Maymont Japanese Garden
Riverfront Canal Cruises
Virginia War Memorial
( Richmond - USA ) is well know as a tourist destination because of the variety of places you can enjoy while you are visiting Richmond . Through a series of videos we will try to show you recommended places to visit in Richmond - USA
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Twin Hickory | Glen Allen VA
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Downtown Contemporary Town Home in Jersey City, New Jersey
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114 River St is a modern 5-story magnificent town home with private elevator located at Liberty Harbor in downtown Jersey City. This extraordinary 5 bedroom, 3.5 bathroom 3522 sq ft residence is a rare treasure as it enjoys condominium amenities with townhouse living offering unparalleled space and comfort just minutes to Manhattan! A home of stature with its gorgeous brick facade, all the luxuries of a contemporary home are enjoyed starting with the well designed floor plan. Spacious layouts, beautiful wood floors, 10 ft ceiling height and a bright east/west exposure fill every floor. The main entrance includes a light filled spacious living room, dining room with elegant chandelier, powder room and stylish kitchen equipped with beautiful wood cabinets, stainless steel appliance, granite counters and mosaic tile back splash. Just off the kitchen enjoy morning coffee from your quaint deck or barbecue and entertain in your wonderful yard with plantings, trees, lawn and patio. Downstairs you have a large family room wired with surround sound, sleek tile flooring and two large storage rooms to keep you organized. The master bedroom suite spans the entire 2nd floor with a spacious spa influenced bath and room sized custom closet with marble topped dual-sided center island dresser. The spacious master bath is clad in beautiful tile and is appointed with a large vanity with dual sinks and custom frameless glass rain shower with mosaic detailed shelving. Floor three and four have four more bedrooms all with walk-in closets, 2 full sized baths and a fully vented GE Profile large capacity washer and dryer. Additional residence features include: smart home technology with nest climate control systems, custom lighting controls, multi floor speaker system, recessed and pendant lighting. Liberty Harbor enjoys 24-hour concierge and maintenance services, state-of-the-art fitness center, outdoor spa and swimming pool, community room and onsite parking available. Convenient access to to shopping, restaurants, schools, parks and New York City via the Grove St PATH station, all just minutes away.
Property ID: F265SX
Elegant and Sophisticated Home in Greenwich, Connecticut
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Elegant and sophisticated home amid a pastoral setting offering luxurious amenities, beautiful gardens, heated pool and lighted tennis court. Classic brick and slate Georgian set on approx. four level acres in a gated, private association, with 24-hour security and a guard house, just 10 minutes from town. Recently renovated with stylish serenity, custom detailing and splendid appointments, all affording luxurious indoor and outdoor pleasures for comfortable family living and gracious entertaining. Newly renovated kitchen and breakfast room with lovely views of pool and property. Sumptuous first floor master bedroom suite. Lower level has something for everyone including a game room, arcade room and exercise room. Architecturally compatible and award winning pool house/tennis house. First time on market. Come and be amazed by this special offering.
Property ID: 3LBFH6
Virginia's American Civil War Battlefields
Most of the battles in the Eastern Theater of the American Civil War took place in Virginia because the Confederacy had to defend its national capital at Richmond, and public opinion in the North demanded that the Union move On to Richmond! The successes of Robert E. Lee in defending Richmond is a central theme of the military history of the war. The White House of the Confederacy, located a few blocks north of the State Capitol, was home to the family of Confederate leader Jefferson Davis.
Historical Beachfront in Boca Grande, Florida
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One of Boca Grande’s most historically significant beachfront homes with 145 ft of gulf frontage situated on approx. 1 acre of land. Originally owned by Louise duPont and Francis Crowninshield, this exquisite home was built in 1927 as a winter retreat. A 2+ year renovation combines a bygone era with new vogue as seen from imported European mosaic tiles, imported crystal hanging pendants, and chef custom designed kitchen by Chicago’s diGulio’s Kitchens. Elegant features are surrounded by shell stone floors and ceilings made from the estate’s reclaimed cypress wood. Rebuilt from the foundation up, impact-resistant windows and custom impact NanaWall® sliding doors were installed and offer wide-open views of the white sand and azure waters. Numerous water amenities surround the exterior, including a 12-foot deep swimming pool with shell stone deck, spa, restored seahorse fountain, and two reclaimed water cisterns. Renovated under the Florida Green Building Coalition guidelines, recycled and energy efficient materials were utilized. Truly a rare find, this 7-bed, 6-bath, 4,800 AC sq. ft. and 11,228 overall sq. ft. architectural jewel offers the best of Boca Grande’s Gulf Coast beauty and history.
Property ID: WVQZPX
Parham Rd (Tuckahoe, Richmond, VA) to Sleepy Hollow Rd (Virginia)
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Parham Rd (Tuckahoe, Richmond, Virginia) to Sleepy Hollow Rd
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