Homes in Midlothian

Midlothian, Virginia Real Estate

Midlothian's real estate market includes a fine selection of listings for single-family homes, new construction, land parcels, row houses and attached homes, as well as Midlothian condominiums and townhomes. Future homeowners will surely find the home of their dreams in any of Midlothian's suburban neighborhoods, including Queensmill, The Grove, Salisbury, Walton Park, Rosemont, and Otterdale, among others.

Average sales prices for properties in this area of Chesterfield County currently run at approximately $345,000. Midlothian's single-family homes are priced starting at less than $100,000 to upwards of $3 million. Many newly built homes and estates are usually priced in the higher end of the pricing spectrum. For those who are looking to custom build, land parcel prices start as low as $85,000.

Midlothian Real Estate & Homes for Sale in Virginia

The Village of Midlothian offers residents a quiet respite from the daily bustle of its neighboring metropolitan city, Richmond. While Richmond is only about a half-hour drive away, many who commute to the city look forward to coming home at the end of the work day to the green pastures, tree-lined streets and quiet neighborhoods of Midlothian. Just recently, Midlothian was ranked the sixth best suburb in the United States based on "affordable housing, good schools, educated neighbors, low crime [rate], employment and reasonable commutes" by Location, Inc., creator of the NeighborhoodScout website. The village has also been recognized by CNN/Money as one of the best places to live in 2005 and again in 2008.

Located in Chesterfield County in the Southside of Richmond, Midlothian was first established as a coal mining village in the 1700s before experiencing a decline in coal mining during the early 20th century. During this time, Midlothian was a largely wooded area with farmland and dirt roads before the Richmond metropolitan region began to expand, bringing with it residential development. Today, Midlothian is the thirteenth largest community in the state and is still undergoing new housing growth as more and more people come to Midlothian to settle down, raise a family, and fulfill their career goals. Midlothian's real estate market is primarily anchored by listings for single-family homes. Land parcels are also available for purchase.

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