Tucked away south of the river, the Robious Road corridor extends from Bon Air westward to Route 288 and includes a mix of both established and newer homes with both traditional neighborhoods and planned communities alike. There is a large inventory of well-appointed estate homes in the Tarrington, Founders Bridge, Salisbury, Queen’s Grant, and Rosemont subdivisions, most of which are of the Colonial or Contemporary architectural styles. The Bon Air community offers a quaint, town-like experience in the heart of the suburbs with shopping, dining, and easy access to area highways.
Originally built as a country getaway for the wealthy in 1877, the Buford Road corridor in Bon Air retains many of the original structures from the old town, including the Bon Air Hotel.
Pan-Asian cuisine takes the spotlight at Wild Ginger in the far west end of Midlothian. You’ll find a great happy hour, fresh sushi, and much more at this popular neighborhood spot.
This is an established neighborhood with many estate-style homes to suit your growing family, offering a quiet, tucked-away setting and a suburban alternative to Short Pump and the Far West End. Pair that with quick access to the James River, great neighborhood restaurants, and close proximity to Chesterfield Town Center and Midlothian Turnpike and you’ll see why this area has been a favorite Richmond neighborhood for decades.
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