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Living in Midlothian, VA

Situated in Chesterfield County, Midlothian, Virginia, is an unincorporated village just 14 miles west of Richmond that's known for its proud coal mining and railroad history, old churches and unique shops. Today, the Midlothian neighborhood is a burgeoning commercial and residential community that combines historical ambiance with modern amenities. That's just part of what makes living in Midlothian a desirable choice for many.

Row of shops in Midlothian, VA

What You'll Find in the Community

Although there are plenty of homes for sale in Midlothian, you'll find much more here. Its history spans centuries, and with that history comes plenty of notable sites, including Bethel Baptist Church, a national landmark featuring Gothic style architecture and the Chesterfield Railroad, which was one of the earliest commercial railroads in the country. Additionally, Midlothian Turnpike -- one of the main thoroughfares in the Richmond region -- is lined with shops, eateries and taverns to keep residents entertained day and night.

While the sun is out, dive into the sights, sounds and tastes of Midlothian, Virginia. Start your day with a round of golf at Stonehenge Golf and Country Club, or a few hours of shopping at Chesterfield Towne Center. Once hunger strikes, grab a meal at one of the area's time-honored eateries. Restaurants serving fresh Virginia-style seafood are quite popular, and you can find anything from Caribbean cuisine to Greek grub at other town diners. As you digest that tasty food, take a stroll through Mid-Lothian Mines Park, a gorgeous natural area that is located on the site of one of America's first major industrial sites; the wonderful woodlands here offer the perfect retreat. Once the sun goes down, nighttime fun awaits, as popular establishments along the Midlothian Turnpike provide great environments for having a drink and conversing.

Pandora's Posies in Midlothian, VA

Housing in Midlothian

Midlothian real estate consists of historic houses as well as typically modern suburban developments, including single family homes, townhouses, condos and apartments. Whether you're coming with a large family or alone, you'll find housing in Midlothian has ample options to suit you.

Since Midlothian is so close to Richmond, the capital and an economic hub of Virginia, it's a convenient place to live for those working in the city. It's also safe and affordable, with average prices for real estate typically being just above average for the Richmond area.

Midlothian Station in Midlothian, VA

Why Live in Midlothian

Midlothian is a close-knit community that suits everyone from young professionals to families to retirees. Not only is there plenty to do, but Richmond is close too, meaning you'll get just the right combination of suburban space and urban entertainment. A location in Central Virginia's most happening region is certainly noteworthy, and Virginia Beach and the mighty Atlantic Ocean can make for a great day trip.

El Cerro Azul in Midlothian, VA

Fun Facts

  • The first recorded commercial coal mine in America was in Midlothian.
  • Virginia's first commercial railroad was in Midlothian.
  • The Hallsboro Store -- a historic general store that dates back to the 1880s -- is in Midlothian, Virginia.

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What Locals Love

Don't Miss It

  • Its expansive history: The first recorded commercial coal mine in America was in Midlothian and Virginia's first commercial railroad was in the community.
  • Visiting the Hallsboro Store, a historic landmark that dates back to the 1880s.
  • Meeting up with friends and family at one of the many popular establishments on the Midlothian Turnpike.

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Midlothian Real Estate at a Glance

  • 487 Homes Sold*
  • 97 Avg. Days on Market*
  • $391,950 Median Price*

*over last 3 months

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