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Ready to enjoy life on the water? Chesdin Landing’s Lake is the deal maker for property owners. Come and see what you’re missing out on by scheduling a tour today.
If you love golf, you’ll enjoy living in Richmond’s Premier Golf Community, Chesdin Landing. With over 3,000 acres, Chesdin Landing is regarded as the ultimate golf lifestyle living in Chesterfield County while only being a short commute to Downtown Richmond and the Tri-City areas.
Life at Chesdin Landing
Homes are nestled among stately hardwood trees. Unlike other planned communities, Chesdin Landing offers lakefront real estate where the lots are spacious, ranging up to four acres. Nearby areas of natural beauty include Pocahontas State Park and the plantations along the James River.
Chesdin Landing offers you a luxurious lifestyle, with homes ranging from approximately high $450,000 up to $5 million. A strategic alliance has been formed with lenders to facilitate easy financing. Upon completion of the Chesdin development there will be 750 single family residences within the community in a variety of tasteful and elegant styles.
Chesdin Landing has access to a full range of shopping and dining facilities all within an easy commute of the neighborhood. These include:
- Short Pump Town Center
- Hull Street Road between Brandermill & Woodlake
- Chesterfield Towne Center
- Bonefish Grill
- Southpark Mall
- Red Lobster
- Regency Square
- The Boathouse at Sunday Park
- Lonestar Steak House
- Outback Steak House
- Stony Point Fashion Park
- Virginia Center Commons Mall
Chesdin Landing is within the Chesterfield County School District, whose reputation for excellence in teaching is second to none. The county ranks in the top percentile within the whole United States in terms of SAT scores, pupil retention and other measures. The county has 12 High Schools and a Vocational/Technical school. Currently, more than 58,000 students are enrolled within the Chesterfield School System.
Chesterfield County offers students the opportunity to participate in optional academic programs related to specific interests. Some include arts, math and science, leadership and international studies and pre-engineering.Chesterfield County High Schools were recently recognized in an article by the Richmond Times-Dispatch. “Seven Chesterfield County schools rank in the top 10 percent of U.S. high schools, according to the 2014 list of America’s Most Challenging High Schools.” The article further recognizes Matoaca High School as one of those ranking in the top 10% of the U.S. high schools.
We are thrilled to have such a fantastic school serving Chesdin Landing!