Richmond, VA HUD Housing and Foreclosure Homes

11-08-2020

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4 br

2 ba

Single-Family

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$202,000

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11-07-2020

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4 br

2 ba

1953 sqft

Single-Family

Foreclosure

$202,000

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10-30-2020

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3 br

2 ba

1456 sqft

Single-Family

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$172,000

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10-28-2020

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3 br

2 ba

1714 sqft

Single-Family

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10-21-2020

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3 br

2 ba

2036 sqft

Single-Family

Foreclosure

$139,000

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10-21-2020

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5 br

3 ba

Single-Family

Foreclosure

$275,000

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10-20-2020

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4 br

3 ba

2637 sqft

Single-Family

Foreclosure

$296,600

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10-20-2020

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3 br

3 ba

3134 sqft

Single-Family

Foreclosure

$170,000

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09-09-2020

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3 br

2 ba

948 sqft

Single-Family

Foreclosure

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09-04-2020

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4 br

2 ba

1632 sqft

Single-Family

Foreclosure

$250,000

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08-18-2020

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4 br

2 ba

1788 sqft

Single-Family

Foreclosure

$175,000

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08-06-2020

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Land

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$40,000

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07-29-2020

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3 br

2 ba

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Black contractor braves threats in removing Richmond statues

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Devon Henry paced in nervous anticipation, because this was a project like nothing he’d ever done. He wore the usual hard hat — and a bulletproof vest.

An accomplished Black businessman, Henry took on a job the city says others were unwilling to do: lead contractor for the now-completed removal of 14 pieces of Confederate statuary that dotted Virginia’s capital city. There was angry opposition, and fear for the safety of all involved.

But when a crane finally plucked the equestrian statue of Gen. Stonewall Jackson off the enormous pedestal where it had towered over this former capital of the Confederacy for more than a century, church bells chimed, thunder clapped and the crowd erupted in cheers.

Henry’s brother grabbed him, and they jumped up and down. He saw others crying in the pouring rain.

“You did it, man,” said Rodney Henry.

Success came at some

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Museums and Historic Homes: 2021 Discover Richmond Annual Guide | Disco-rich-body



RICHMOND SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL

Agecroft Hall hosts the Richmond Shakespeare Festival.




The Richmond region is rich with museums and historic homes that preserve local history and beauty, and many offer seasonal concerts and activities. Days and hours can vary (and may be limited for some sites), so call or check websites before visiting. (Area code 804 unless otherwise noted.)

Agecroft Hall: The 15th-century English Tudor mansion was dismantled in Manchester, England, and rebuilt in 1925-26 on a 23-acre site in Richmond. Collection includes documents, furniture, ceramics, textiles and more. Also home to the Richmond Shakespeare Festival in the summer. (4305 Sulgrave Road; 353-4241; agecrofthall.org)

American Civil War Museum: Collection of artifacts, documents and sites related to the war and its legacy, reflecting multiple perspectives: Union and Confederate, enslaved and free American American; soldier and civilian. Collection also features more than 3,000 items relating to African American history and military, social and

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10 houses for sale for less than $1 million in Richmond



a house that is parked on the side of a road


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There aren’t many places in Greater Vancouver where you can buy a house for under $1 million. But Richmond, home of the Night Market, Ikea and the International Buddhist Temple, has several to choose from. In fact Richmond offers some of the most affordable homes in the city. They might not be on land, but they are within reach.

Here, courtesy of REW.ca , are some of the more reasonably priced domiciles in Metro Vancouver’s fourth-largest city.

1. $997,000: 2200 Stirling Ave.



a large brick building with grass in front of a house


Three bedrooms, two bathrooms, 1,419 sq. ft.

Central Burkeville is home to this family home. Features include a large 50′ x 120′ lot, detached garage, landscaping, and location — it’s close to the Canada Line as well as shopping (McArthur Glen Outlet) and YVR.

2. $948,000: 2371 Boeing Ave.



a chair sitting in front of a brick building


Five bedrooms, two bathrooms, 1,230 sq. ft.

Currently under renovation, this Burkeville abode has

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