Chesterfield VA Real Estate

Chesterfield VA Real Estate is a great value. The area is rich in history with wonderful neighborhoods. Chesterfield is located nearly 15 minutes southwest of Richmond via the VA-76 S freeway. The county is close to downtown Richmond. The population is approximately 316,236 people, the third-most populous county in Virginia. READ MORE

Chesterfield Home Statistics

Chesterfield Total Listings: 1,079
Chesterfield Average Price: $324,187
Highest Listing Price: $1,750,000
Lowest Listing Price: $40,000

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5807 Garden Ridge Road


Chesterfield, VA
4 Bed, 2.1 Bath, 2102 Sqft, 0.26 Acres

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5530 Marsh Light Lane


Chesterfield, VA
5 Bed, 2.1 Bath, 3161 Sqft, 0.36 Acres

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9701 Summercreek Drive


Chesterfield, VA
4 Bed, 2.1 Bath, 2704 Sqft, 1.08 Acres

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4700 Belfield Terrace


Chesterfield, VA
4 Bed, 2.1 Bath, 2181 Sqft, 1.04 Acres

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8407 Leveret Lane


Chesterfield, VA
4 Bed, 2 Bath, 1296 Sqft, 0.38 Acres

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1159 Tillers Ridge Drive


Chesterfield, VA
3 Bed, 2.1 Bath, 1705 Sqft, 0.27 Acres

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2125 Deauville


Chesterfield, VA
4 Bed, 2 Bath, 1934 Sqft

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7006 Silverthread Drive


Chesterfield, VA
4 Bed, 3 Bath, 4874 Sqft

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17819 Silverthread Drive


Chesterfield, VA
4 Bed, 2.1 Bath, 5672 Sqft

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2511 Chartstone Drive


Chesterfield, VA
5 Bed, 2.1 Bath, 3150 Sqft, 0.59 Acres

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11012 Blossomwood Road


Chesterfield, VA
3 Bed, 1.1 Bath, 1568 Sqft, 0.25 Acres

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11500 Great Willow Drive


Chesterfield, VA
4 Bed, 3.1 Bath, 3932 Sqft, 0.28 Acres


Chesterfield Community Summary

7/18/2014 By Joey Schlager

Chesterfield County's Top Local Realtor Joey Schlager

I'm a local Realtor who knows Chesterfield County Real Estate, and the area's character. I know the local market and I know how to set prices for a successful and timely transaction. I'll get you the best offer for your sale or purchase in the shortest time frame. I'm an advanced negotiator who knows how to close a sale. My superior team will synchronize the complex mechanism of closing.

Amenities Of Chesterfield County Benefit It's Residents

Chesterfield County is bordered by Powhatan County to the north-east. The rest of it is bordered by two joining rivers- The James River and The Appomattox River. It lies between the rocky hills of the Central Virginia Piedmont area and the sandier and flatter coastal plain tidewater region. The county contains both of these geographies. Although some areas east of the county and south of the James River were annexed by Richmond City (Southside), the northern areas of the county are often also referred to as 'the southside' (especially by Richmonders). The county has no incorporated towns but is home to the communities of Midlothian, Bon Air, Meadowbrook, Bellwood, Salisbury, Brandermill and Chester. With 326,000 residents it's the third most populated county in Virginia. It was voted the seventeenth best place to live in America by the American City Business Journals. While retaining some rural retreat and old world charm, it has all the modern conveniences of an east coast metropolis: plentiful banking and high-end shopping, industry and commerce, an ample transportation infrastructure, great schools and universities, and eclectic entertainment. In addition, it has tangible history and natural beauty.

Chesterfield County Is An Economic Powerhouse

Chesterfield County Va keeps people working. Its unemployment rate is below the national average. Capital One, DuPont, UPS, Walmart,, The Kroger Company, St. Francis Medical, Hill Phoenix, and other companies each employ 1000- 2500 people. The County's median household income is about average. But its cost of living is below the norm. The County's economy was built long ago from its natural resources, ingenuity, and hard work- in the form of tobacco, coal and railroads. Coal was mined in Midlothian (named after a coal magnate's native East Lothian, Scotland). A tram was proposed to transport the coal and this became the first railway in Virginia. Iron was also transported by these rails to make more railroads and artillery for the Confederacy during the Civil War. These rails eventually transported the tobacco grown, cured, and warehoused in the county. Presently, Philip Morris, owned by Altria Group, has 1 million square feet of tobacco warehousing in the communities of Chester and Meadowville. They employ over 4000 Virginians. Sabra Dipping Company, the biggest selling Hummus producer in America just opened the doors to a facility in Chesterfield. Even though the community doesn't have a professional sports team, $25 million was generated in this county from sports tourism last year. This includes lodging, food service, and entertainment for spectators and participants in the area's top bicycle race, marathons, and it's top-rated high school sports teams. is a huge player in the county employing 3000 people. Chesterfield County has been- and most definitely still is- a money machine. 

First Class Banks And Shopping In Chesterfield County

Shopping is available at modern malls. At the Chesterfield Towne Center in the Midlothian you will find Macy's, JC Penny, Sears, Barnes & Noble, Garden Ridge, food courts, and many other conveniences. For designer fashion, there's Stony Point Fashion Park in the Bon Air community, a partially outdoor mall with Saks Fifth avenue, Tiffany and Co., Kay Jeweler, Banana Republic, The Gap, and good restaurants. It has Stratford Hills Shopping Center and many more places to browse and buy. You can choose between many grocery supermarkets: Kroger, Walmart, Food Lion, Martin's Food Market, Wildtree Independent, and Spencer's. Banking is just as convenient here. Bank of America, Bank of Virginia, Wells Fargo, Chesterfield Credit Union, and the local Village Bank have branches all over Chesterfield County.

Chesterfield VA Has A Solid Transportation Infrastructure

The communities of Chesterfield County are served by I-295 and I-95, with easy access north through New York and south to Florida. State highway VA-288, World War II Veterans Memorial Highway, crosses the outer reaches of Chesterfield County and joins with I-295 to form a beltway around the Richmond Metro Area. The Chippenham Parkway crosses the inner (closer to the James River) part of the county and joins with the Powhite Parkway to form a smaller loop around the area. The Midlothian Turnpike crosses the county east-west into the City of Richmond. Chesterfield's train station at 3516 South Street in South Chesterfield is served by Amtrak going to major US cities. You can reach Washington DC in less than 3 hours and New York City in about 4 hours. Richmond Executive Airport located at the interchange of VA-288 and Route 10 conveniently flies to major US cities.The area is served by buses from the Greater Richmond Transit Company which is part-owned by the County.

Chesterfield County VA Has Wonderful Schools

Chesterfield County Public Schools was issued the Blue Ribbon Award by the US Department of Education. 86% of Chesterfield residents rated the county schools as good or excellent. America's Promise Alliance, a national organization that grew out of the 1997 Presidents' Summit For America's Future, named the county 6 times as one of the 100 best communities for young people to live. Strayer University, Rover Christian University, Old Dominion University, Virginia State University, and John Tyler Community College all have campuses in the county.

Chesterfield County Has A Rich History

Chesterfield was originally part of Henrico. Settlers from Jamestown found the area more suitable for agriculture and as a base of operations. In 1749, The county separated from Henrico and was named after British Secretary of State, Philip Stanhope, fourth Earl of Chesterfield, England. Pocahontas, daughter of a Powhatan Chief married John Rolfe a Jamestown and Henrico settler. Her native village which was located within the counties parameters was called Matoaca, which is the name of a Chesterfield community today. John Rolfe cultivated the first tobacco in Virginia by sneaking tobacco seeds from Spain's Trinidad risking a death penalty. Some of his tobacco plantations are in the community, across the river from his home at Varina Farms. In the 1900's, Chesterfield cigarettes were named after the Virginia county. The company is owned by Altria Group a major Richmond area employer.

During The American Revolution and the Civil War, rebels favored the Chesterfield/Richmond area because, being as far up-river as can be navigated, the area was safer from enemy ships. At Drewry's Bluff in the county, Confederate soldiers were in a good attack position to stop Union ships from advancing up the James River. The railroad lines between Chesterfield and Petersburg were pivotal to the course of the Civil War. Important Civil War battles were fought at Parker's Battery and Town of Bermuda Hundred which are Chesterfield's part of the Richmond National Battlefield Park- a collection of historic sites throughout the area.

There's Diversified Entertainment in Chesterfield County

Chesterfield County has family fun and natural beauty at Pocohantas State Park with 7925 acres, 80 miles of trails, and the 200 acre Swift Creek Lake. There are 3 pools, 2 tubular water slides, a fountain wet deck, camping sites, boat rentals, and fishing lakes with Crappie, Largemouth Bass, Catfish, and Bluegill. The county has the Southside Speedway known as “the Toughest Short Track in the South” where Chesterfield resident and NASCAR driver Denny Hamlin has raced. In Chesterfield you're close to live music 7 nights a week. Chesterfield has multiplex movie theaters at Commonwealth Center and Regal Plaza in Midlothian, and other locations.

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Local Realtor Joey Schlager Knows Chesterfield Realty

If you're selling Chesterfield County VA real estate, Joey will negotiate the highest offer in the shortest time. If you're buying, he will get you the best value you can afford. Joey and his top-notch team will handle all the details of closing. Joey offers buyer's and seller's guarantees because he knows his business inside and out.

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Benefit From Joey's Local Real Estate Expertise

Joey ranks #1 in Virginia by REAL Trends/The Wall Street Journal because of his performance in 2013's Real Estate market. Additionally, he's a best selling author on the Real Estate market. His reputation extends past his local market. National publishers have signed him to write about the current ever-changing Real Estate market. His local clients are privileged that he continues to concentrate on Chesterfield and the Richmond Metro Area. His career has given him so much confidence, he extends a Buyers Guarantee- “If you are unhappy with the home that you buy within the first two years of ownership, I will buy it back or sell it for free.” If you're selling, take advantage of Joey's Seller's Guarantee- “I sell your home in 59 days, guaranteed, or I buy it.” He's really putting his money where his mouth is. Contact me, Joey Schlager, for a free consultation about your Realty needs.


All or a portion of the multiple Listing information is provided by the Central Virginia Regional Multiple Listing Service, LLC, from a copyrighted compilation of Listings. All CVR MLS information provided is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed accurate. The compilation of Listings and each individual Listing are ©2017 Central Virginia Regional Multiple Listing Service, LLC. All rights reserved.

Listing information last updated on August 17th, 2017 at 8:47pm EDT.