Northeast Richmond


In the Northeastern region surrounding Richmond we discover the counties of Caroline, Hanover, King and Queen, King William, and New Kent

Neighborhoods

Caroline County is near the halfway point between Richmond and Washington, DC. With over 50,000 acres of farmland, most of the county’s industry comes from agriculture. Caroline County’s Meadow Event Park, birthplace of Secretariat, is now the...

Slightly north of Richmond is Hanover County, home to the world famous Kings Dominion amusement park. In Hanover, you’ll also find the charming town of Ashland. I-95 runs through the center of Hanover County, making transportation a breeze....

Slightly north of Richmond is Hanover County, home to the world famous Kings Dominion amusement park. In Hanover, you’ll also find the charming town of Ashland. I-95 runs through the center of Hanover County, making transportation a breeze....

King and Queen County is located in Virginia’s middle peninsula and is one of the state’s more rustic communities. Approximately 7000 people call this county home.

King William County is 35 miles northeast of Richmond. Two rivers meet at West Point, the county’s largest town. Built in 1725, the county’s courthouse is the nation’s longest-in-use. King William County is attractive thanks to its proximity...

New Kent is a community of around 18,000 to the east of Richmond. Getting in, out, and around New Kent is very easy with several major interstates and highways running through it. The Wahrani nature trails are a great place to spend some time...