Falling Creek Estates in Ashland, VA
Introducing Richmond’s newest luxury home community
Located in historic Ashland, this peaceful, community is less than 30 minutes from downtown Richmond and features quality homes from River City Builders.
Prices start in the low 500's and there are 10 attractive models from which to choose. Many include highly sought after features, like first floor master suite with lighted tray ceiling, hardwood floors, upgraded trim, stacked stone fireplace, sky lights, large kitchens with under-cabinet lighting and stainless steel appliances, screened-in back porch, fully finished garages with opener, and much more.
Plus, each home is built on a beautiful wooded lot that’s 1-acre or larger. But, unlike most tract home builders, each River City home can be fully customized to meet your specific needs. Need a wall moved or an outlet added. No problem.
One spec home is currently available and several more are under construction. To find out more, click the button to the right or call Teresa Moore at 804.370.0093 or Rick Giles at 804.513.7313 or stop by our model home Sunday, from 2-4 pm.
Voted one of the best places to raise your kids
Located just 24 minutes from downtown Richmond, this small town of roughly 6,500 residents dates back to the late 1840s and is on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. It was originally developed by the railroad industry as a mineral resort and was named “Ashland” after Hanover County statesman Henry Clay.
Today, Ashland is home to Randolph-Macon College and has become a quaint college town with a diverse collection of neighborhoods and businesses. Drive through the city and you’ll find an eclectic blend of architectural styles ranging from large Victorian homes to modern office buildings. There's also an Amtrak station for easy access to Richmond and Washington, DC. And, every Saturday, from May through October, local farmers and trades people display their crafts at The Ashland Farmers Market.
In 2011, Bloomberg Business named Ashland the “Best Place to Raise Kids in Virginia.” And in 2014, it was named one of “The 10 Best Small Towns in America” by movoto.com. For all you movie buffs, the Ashland Train Station is where parts of Major Payne were filmed. Ashland is also home to Kempsville Building Materials, our preferred building supplies company.