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Living in Bon Air, VA

Bon Air is located in Chesterfield County as a suburb of Richmond, Virginia, and the town offers great amenities for the prospective homeowner looking to put down roots. Bon Air, Virginia, was originally conceived as a resort area in the late 19th century, and is now a designated National Historic District. While its resort years are in the past, the residents of this town still enjoy all of the attractions of a historic small town, while being quite close to the city of Richmond and all of its conveniences.

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Activities and Amenities in Bon Air

As a National Historic District, many incredible buildings can be found throughout the community of Bon Air, Virginia. Among these are the Hazen Memorial Library, the Bon Air Hotel Annex, the Hazen House, the Bon Air Christian Church, and the Train Depot. These buildings date back to the 1800s and provide both a feeling of tradition and connection to the past for residents of this community.

The Bon Air Community Association is active in the suburb, providing many activities for those who own Bon Air real estate, including swimming, tennis, and a wide variety of community festivals and events. In addition to embracing its history, the town offers a variety of modern amenities, such as delis, grocery stores, boutiques, and spas, as well as modern parks, green spaces, and craft breweries and wineries.

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Housing in Bon Air

Regardless of the type of home you're looking for, you can probably find it in a Bon Air neighborhood. From multi-bedroom historic Victorian homes to ranch houses, split-level and two-story single-family homes, Bon Air has it all. This isn't just a place to stop in and visit—it's a place that people love to call home.

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City Access and Travel

As a suburb of Richmond, Bon Air is located less than 9 miles from the big city along Virginia Highway 76 and Interstate 195E. This means when you're looking for a night out on the town, such as going to clubs or engaging in fine dining outside of Bon Air, or you'd just like to take advantage of the amenities offered by a big city, it's all easily accessible.

This kind of city access also means the potential for increased employment opportunities. For all of these reasons, homes for sale in Bon Air, Virginia, are an attractive prospect.


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  • This small town is recognized as a National Historic District with many buildings marked as historic treasures, including the Hazen Memorial Library, the Bon Air Hotel Annex, and the Train Depot.
  • Suburban comforts abound with delis, shops, restaurants, and spas, as well as parks and green space that can be found all around town.
  • To keep things fun and exciting all year long, the Bon Air Community Association hosts festivals and special events.


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