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Chesterfield Area 52

Southeast Chesterfield – Chesterfield County is largely bordered by two rivers which define miles of its boundaries. The major adjoining cities each originated at the head of navigation of these river, called the fall line. There, the hillier and rockier Piedmont region falls to the sandy and mostly flat eastern coastal plain Tidewater region, a change which creates barriers for ships going upstream on the rivers. Chesterfield County includes areas of both regions. In 2010, its population was estimated to be 316,236.Chesterfield County is now the fourth-largest municipality in Virginia.View Homes >>

Chesterfield Area 54

Bon Air/Midlothian to Route 288 – Bon Air is a census-designated place (CDP) in Chesterfield County, Virginia, United States. The population was 16,366 at the 2010 census. The community is considered a suburb of the independent city of Richmond in the Richmond-Petersburg region, and shares a post office with Richmond. Originally developed as a resort, a central portion of Bon Air has been designated as a National Historical District with many structures of Victorian design from the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Its name means “good air,” reflecting its role as a resort getaway that Richmonders enjoyed for its fresh air as opposed to the dirty air of Richmond’s industrial downtown of the late 19th century.View Homes >>

Chesterfield Area 62

Midlothian to Hull Street – The Midlothian community is in the northwestern part of Chesterfield County, Virginia, a few miles west of Richmond.View Homes >>

Chesterfield Area 64

Bon Air to Midlothian – Northern Chesterfield borders the City and the River and within the Bon Air area, it is home to some of the oldest houses in the county.View Homes >>

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