Mid-century modern homes are characterized by clean lines, fun curves, wide, low footprints, large, open spaces, floor-to-ceiling windows with a focus of bringing the outdoors in. Mid-century modern architecture's heyday was 1945 to 1969, but it has seen a huge resurgence in recent years. Curator: Jess Houser
City Center Living Curator: Scott Andrews
Oregon Hill and Jackson Ward are normally two neighborhoods that people do not typically pair together, however our team has found that people looking for active neighborhoods, proud histories and great culinary attractions gravitate towards these two neighborhoods. Proximity to amazing restaurants and shotgun style Row homes dominate both of these landscapes along with a city center feel, these neighborhoods are great to get a true feel of what Richmond has to offer.