Henrico County property transactions, Mar. 30-Apr. 5
A sample of property transactions during this period appear below:
501 Sherilyn Drive – $62,388, 960 SF (built in 1959), from John S. Edwards Estate to Randall G. Welch.
3709 Bedford Street – $67,987, 1,114 SF (built in 1961), from Rebecca Edwards to Randall G. Welch.
9303 Gildenfield Court – $75,000, 1,120 SF (built in 1980), from Leigh H. Ashtiani to Virginia Sycamore House LLC.
2308 Reed Road – $90,000, 1,000 SF (built in 1955), from Gray Joseph Wyatt Barbour to Marjon Homes LLC.
346 Azalea Avenue – $99,900, 1,128 SF (built in 1951), from Suzanne M. Hemingway to Michael Devon McKinnon.
3006 Pinehurst Road – $115,000, 1,304 SF (built in 1952), from Marie M. Hill to Katie L. Banton.
6361 North Midview Road – $131,000, 1,536 SF (built in 1986), from George L. and Starr K. Neill to Harold V. Charity IV and Denise Charity.
710 North Parham Road – $133,000, 1,470 SF (built in 1963), from Emma A. Truman to Scotchtown Properties LLC.
2321 Maplewood Road – $140,000, 1,295 SF (built in 1937), from Michael F. and Janet Muller to Helen E. Coughter and Christopher C. Lillard.
12078 Foxfield Circle – $143,358, 1,500 SF (built in 1993), from First Bank of Richmond to Federal National Mortgage Association.
2623 Towngate Court – $160,000, 1,500 SF (built in 1985), from Andrea J. Keller to Enis Muminovic.
3720 Seasons Lane – $162,000, 1,564 SF (built in 2001) Shamika M. Murrell to Peyton B. and Bonnie M. Simmons.
1602 Westbury Drive – $167,000, 1,192 SF (built in 1958), from Lakeview Loan Servicing LLC to Cody M. Snead.
12405 New Point Drive – $174,5000, 1,545 SF (built in 1985), from Maland Associates to Douglas B. Christman.
2118 Ginter Street – $188,000, 1,284 SF (built in 2005), from Natalie Oliver to Alicia G. and Jared K. Calfee.
1405 Beverly Drive – $250,000, 1,770 SF (built in 1939), from 1405 Beverly Drive Series to Anna Christian Clay.
11804 North Downs Square – $251,000, 2,000 SF (built in 1982), from James P. Brady to Robert W. and J.O.F. Mayfield.
5928 Park Forest Lane – $260,000, 1,516 SF (built in 1993), from Walter W. Seay, Jr. Estate to Xiaoqian Yu.
8604 Rockwell Road – $265,000, 1,400 SF (built in 1957), from Michael C. Marinos to George W. Drudge III and Ashley B. Drudge.
9605 Della Drive – $276,000, 2,240 SF (built in 1984), from Christopher D. and T.S. Pilecki to Douglas H. Pugh III and Colleen A Pugh.
4941 Tanfield Drive – $283,000, 2,602 SF (built in 2001), from Jonathan A. and Bobbie J. Coccaro to Ryan Eilliott Edwards and Nisha Patel.
10418 Woodman Road – $298,058, 2,064 SF (built in 2015), from Liberty Homes Inc. to Lee T. and Karen Jennifer Cobb.
3804 Village Views Place – $305,000, 2,356 SF (built in 2008), from Charles W. and Linda L. Seay to Gloria Rita Kolb.
12116 Ashton Park Drive – $332,000, 1,930 SF (built in 1998), from Malcolm A. Steele III and S.S. Steele and J.W.S. Steele to Rowland W. Dwyer Trustee.
10629 Toston Lane – $375,000, 2,746 SF (built in 2001), from John A. and Vickie L. Burke to Vladimir and Natalia Slobodnik.
11712 Norwich Parkway – $450,000, 3,458 SF (built in 2004), from David and Elizabeth Lui to Natasha Schwartz.
2202 Liesfeld Parkway – $679,000 (vacant site), from West Broad Village and II LLC to NVR Inc.
11924 Westcott Landing Court – $810,000, 4,470 SF (built in 2011), from William R. and Pamela J. Valentine to Laszlo M. and Patricia A. Lukacs.
650 Walsing Drive – $1,365,000, 5,639 SF (built in 2002), from Rei Chieh Du to Thomas P. and Mary S. Harrison.
The Race to Protect Children will be held at West Broad Village Saturday, May 2, to benefit Greater Richmond SCAN.
The 1-mile Kids Run will begin at 8:30 a.m., followed by the 5K Run/Walk at 9 a.m. The event is designed to be family friendly, and the flat course is walker-friendly.
A children’s festival will begin at 9 a.m., offering activities and performances for children and families. > Read more.
Citizen Staff Reports 04/16/2015
Last summer, hundreds of Anthem LemonAid stands dotted Central Virginia and raised more than $100,000 in support of cancer treatment and research at Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU (CHoR). This July 17-19, Anthem is inviting community members to host an Anthem LemonAid stand in support of the children who are battling the disease. During the past 13 summers, Anthem LemonAid has raised more than $1 million. All funds raised support the Hematology and Oncology Clinic at the Children's Hospital of Richmond at VCU.
Anthem LemonAid is Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals’ signature summer event. It’s free to participate and is designed for children, families, community groups and businesses alike. > Read more.
Citizen Staff Reports 03/30/2015
The Henricopolis Soil & Water Conservation District will sponsor a tree seedling giveaway on April 2 at Dorey Park Shelter 1 from 2:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. and on April 3 at Hermitage High School parking lot from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Bare-root tree seedlings are available to Henrico County residents free of charge for the spring planting season.
The following seedling species will be available: apple, kousa dogwood, red maple, river birch, red osier dogwood, loblolly pine, sycamore, bald cypress, white dogwood and redbud. Quantities are limited and trees are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Each participant is allowed up to 10 trees total, not to include more than five of the same species. > Read more.
It’s that time of year – charity races are popping up everywhere! On Saturday, St. Joseph’s Villa will be the site of the sixth annual CASA Superhero Run and the fifth annual Richmond Free to Breathe Run/Walk will be held in Innsbrook. Also in Innsbrook, the 2015 Richmond Take Steps for Crohn’s and Colitis will take place on Sunday. If you’re more into relaxation than exercise, check out Wine for Cure’s Dogwood Wine Festival or the Troubadours Community Theatre Group’s production of “West Side Story” at the Henrico Theatre. For all our top picks this weekend, click here! > Read more.
There are several fun events this weekend taking place outside including the third annual Virginia Firefighter Games at Short Pump Town Center; Twin Hickory Park’s “April Showers: A Celebration of Spring” event; the Young Life Richmond West 5k in Innsbrook; and the Gold Festival on Broad which benefits Prevent Child Abuse Virginia. Fingers crossed for no rain! For all our top picks this weekend, click here! > Read more.
The University of Richmond will host its annual Global Family Concert this weekend – a free, family friendly concert featuring Japanese, Indonesian, West African, Indian, and Brazilian music and dance performances. Country music fans can head to The Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen for “An Evening of Country” featuring The Honky Tonk Experience. Enjoy the spring weather at Meadow Farm for “Sheep to Shawl” or join the Henrico Hiking Club at James River Park. For all our top picks this weekend, click here! > Read more.
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