Homes For Sale In New Kent VA

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Looking for Homes For Sale In New Kent VA? New Kent County Virginia is located off I-64 between Richmond and Williamsburg. It has 210 square miles and near 19,000 people. The 2006 Census found New Kent is one of the top 100 growing counties in America. The county hosts notable wineries such as Viniterra Winery. READ MORE

New Kent Real Estate Statistics

New Kent Total Listings: 117
New Kent Average Price: $328,241
Highest Listing Price: $799,000
Lowest Listing Price: $85,000

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New Kent Homes for Sale

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$200,000 - $300,000 $300,000 - $400,000 $400,000 - $500,000
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113 Properties Found.
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7451 Patriots Landing Place

$499,900

New Kent, VA
5 Bed, 4.1 Bath, 4063 Sqft, 0.34 Acres
Residential

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2830 Tea Rose Court

$358,915

New Kent, VA
4 Bed, 2.1 Bath, 2630 Sqft, 0.23 Acres
Residential

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10101 Old Quarter Lane

$189,000

New Kent, VA
3 Bed, 2 Bath, 1560 Sqft, 0.62 Acres
Residential

10915 Beaver Place

$425,000

New Kent, VA
4 Bed, 3.1 Bath, 4104 Sqft, 5.04 Acres
Residential

10810 White Dogwood Drive

$244,950

New Kent, VA
4 Bed, 2.1 Bath, 2464 Sqft, 0.2 Acres
Residential

11797 Lock Lane

$344,950

New Kent, VA
3 Bed, 2 Bath, 1906 Sqft, 4.78 Acres
Residential

7900 Woodbrook Road

$167,900

New Kent, VA
3 Bed, 1.1 Bath, 1326 Sqft, 0.5 Acres
Residential

5837 Stingray Point Boulevard

$313,490

New Kent, VA
4 Bed, 2.1 Bath, 2217 Sqft, 0.49 Acres
Residential

5871 Stingray Point Boulevard

$354,913

New Kent, VA
3 Bed, 2.1 Bath, 2252 Sqft
Residential

5907 Stingray Point Boulevard

$286,840

New Kent, VA
3 Bed, 2 Bath, 1805 Sqft
Residential

7620 Williams Grove Trail

$314,900

New Kent, VA
3 Bed, 3.1 Bath, 2144 Sqft, 4.54 Acres
Residential

8036 Arbor Ponds Terrace

$268,990

New Kent, VA
3 Bed, 2.1 Bath, 2264 Sqft
Residential

New Kent Community Summary

Written by  Joey SchlagerJuly 2014

Joey Schlager Succeeds In New Kent VA Real Estate

New Kent Va Real Estate is my specialty. I was asked by publisher CelebrityPress to contribute to their book The New Rise in Real Estate. They wanted insights from a select group of America's top Realtors on the current ever-changing Real Estate market. This book is a best seller on Amazon.com in 8 categories. I will use my sought-after knowledge to help you succeed with your Real Estate transactions in New Kent County.

My New Kent County Real Estate Guarantees

I've been privileged to have a wonderful career in Real Estate. The knowledge I've gained enables me to safely grant guarantees: Buyer's 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.” Seller's Guarantee - “I sell your home in 59 days, guaranteed, or I buy it.” I can offer these guarantees because my experience has given me knowledge reducing risk. Contact me, Joey Schlager, for a free consultation about your Real Estate needs.

New Kent VA Realty Has Its Own Charm

New Kent County is 212 square miles located on the Virginia Peninsula. It is in the Tidewater Region. New Kent is refreshingly rural with a population under 20,000. But it's still part of the Richmond-Petersburg Metropolitan Statistical Area. New Kent County is bounded by the Chickahominy River overlooking Charles City County and Henrico County to the south. The Pamunkey River is to the north overlooking King William County. The wider York River is to the northeast. James City County borders the southeast and Hanover County borders the northwest. New Kent is home to many historic homes and battlefields. The citizens here are proud to preserve the heritage and rural character of the area.

New Kent Is Driven By A Diverse Economy

New Kent first became lucrative from agricultural. The rivers also provided distribution and hydro-power to run mills and forges. Agriculture is still big in New Kent County. But the county also has a work force of industrial laborers and high-tech workers. Many of New Kent's residents have careers in management, business, and finance. New Kent is 15 minutes from downtown Richmond and an hour from Williamsburg. One can commute to a job anywhere in the Richmond Metro Area. New Kent County has an unemployment rate (6.3%) below the national average. The per capita household income is over $70,000. That's way higher than the rest of the state and the nation. Economically, it's listed as Sperling's Best Places to Live.

Major Highways Give New Kent Great Access

I-64 and US-150 intersect in the middle of New Kent County. I-64 intersects with I-95 in neighboring Hanover which goes up and down the east coast. I-95 also intersects with I-295, the big loop around the Richmond Metro Area. This makes commuting to anywhere in the area quick and easy. New Kent's highway VA-33 goes north across a bridge over the Pamunkey River to the town of West Point. Another bridge soon goes over the Mattaponi River. These bridges are considered the Gateway to the neighboring Middle Peninsula. New Kent County is served by state highways VA-30, VA-33, VA106, VA-155, VA-249, and VA-273. Freight lines from CSX and Norfolk-Southern go through New Kent County. There's one private airport- New Kent Airport. Richmond International Airport, 20 minutes by car, connects to the rest of the world.

Shopping And Banking In New Kent County 

Grocery shopping is available from Food Lion, Rick's Stop & Shop, FAS Marts, and Adam's Sports Mart. New Kent's A&E Go-Getters, LLC shops by your list from the store of your choice and delivers to your door. Specialty items are available from B&B Seafood in Providence Forge. They sell and cater fresh area seafood as well as their slowed cooked North Carolina-style barbeque. There are regional bank branches in New Kent: Colonial Farm Credit, Chase Bank, Colonial Virginia Bank, and EVB. 

New Kent Public Schools Are Wonderful

New Kent's high schools have AP classes with dual-enrollment at Virginia Commonwealth University or Rappahannock Community College. These AP classes such as Calculus and Statistics are accredited by the high school and the colleges. New Kent Public Schools has implemented PowerSchool- a web tool enabling parents to check on their children's grades and attendance. Gifted and talented programs are offered K-12. There is one private school- Cumberland Academy, a K-12 special education facility. Some of the best universities in the country are less than 30 minutes away in Richmond- Virginia Commonwealth University (part of New Kent's dual-enrollment program) and Richmond University.

New Kent County Has A Deep Historical Heritage

The first European settlers noted in New Kent were of English extraction. New Kent was named after Kent in England. Land grants from England to early settlers gave way to huge plantations. New Kent was originally formed out of Charles River County, one of the 8 original Shires (along with Henrico County) that the Virginia Territory was divided into. Colonization got started in New Kent County when Captain John Smith visited the native American village of Cinqotek (presently the town of West Point). The tribe entertained and fed him. He bought several hundred bushels of corn for a few small blue beads by telling the natives these beads were reserved for powerful kings. The Captain was a great teller of tall tales and was enamored by many of the tribes. Even though he was captured by the Powhatans and fixed for execution, he got out with his skin. Princess Pocahontas, daughter of the Powhatan chief, insisted Captain Smith be let go. He fared better than many other colonists. Years later, the indians were driven out of New Kent by the colonists after fighting the Indian War of 1644. Then Kent County was named after Kent County, England. The first town in Kent County was Brick House which also became the county seat. In 1791, the village of New Kent became the county seat. The ownership of West Point township jostled back and forth between New Kent and other counties. West Point became a busy port transporting tobacco and other cash crops grown on New Kent's plantations and warehoused near Eltham. Providence Forge became a trading center with canals dug along the Chickahominy River. Iron works and mills were constructed at Old Forge Pond. This equipment was buried by New Kent residents during the American Revolution and the Civil War to keep it safe.

New Kent Country Offers Style And Entertainment

New Kent has world class horse racing at Colonial Downs. Go to the races during the spring Dogwood Classic or the Virginia Derby. The New Kent County Fair happens every September. 2014 held the 43rd annual event which featured a Beauty Pageant, a performance from local band Panic Button, a mechanical bull, and a parade starting at Colonial Downs Race Track. The parade will feature local dignitaries, Pageant winners, bands, and lots more. New Kent County is all about wine. The New Kent Winery was built by craftsmen using historic materials reclaimed from centuries old buildings such as heart-pine trusses from the old Southern Railroad at Shockoe Bottom. Go to the winery's New Kent Wine Festival and sample their wares including wine from the Virginia native Norton Grape. Enjoy the tunes at the regular 'Music on the Porch' events. The winery grounds include Viniterra, a picturesque golf course. You can also experience the restored Old Jail at New Kent Courthouse, a museum and depository for county historical artifacts. Take in the Wahrani Nature Trail. Along it you might find Captain John Long's gravesite. You might not; this place is a dense beautiful forest with rolling hills. For more athletic fare you can trek to Quinton Community Park with its walking trails, athletic fields, horseshoe pitch, basketball court and picnic grounds. After all this, if you want to kick back in a nice restaurant/bar go to the Sportsmen Tavern. This is a neighborhood bar and grill that often turns into a music venue. Order the She-Crab soup, the slow cooked barbeque, fresh seafood, or the famous Sportsmen Burger noted on Channel 8 News as “the best burger in Richmond and the surrounding areas.” Roar it up with the locals watching the 4 big screens showing football, soccer, and especially the local horse races from Colonial Downs. The Sportsmen Tavern features live local bands on Friday nights, Happy Hour specials, and Karaoke on Saturday nights. There's activities for any taste in New Kent County.

Joey Schlager Positively Knows The New Kent Real Estate Market 

Joey has special knowledge about Real Estate. And as a local Realtor, he knows plenty about New Kent County. He's not a national directory, he's a man with exceptional knowledge and intuition about how to get the right deal for you. After all, The Wall Street Journal ranked him top Realtor in Virginia because he bought and sold the most Real Estate in the state. He must be doing something right. 

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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 9:02pm EDT.