Rountrey Homes For Sale
Rountrey is a relatively new large-scale, master planned community in Western Central Chesterfield County, just outside the village of Midlothian. Situated just north of Swift Creek Reservoir, Rountrey is neatly located west of Woolridge Road and south of the Woolridge/Powhite Interchange. Southwest of the City of Richmond, this suburban neighborhood accesses major interstates via the western metropolitan beltway, Rte. 288. In addition, Chesterfield Town Center, Stony Point Fashion Park, and St. Francis Hospital are all just a short drive from the neighborhood.
The overall master plan for Rountrey offers a diverse, multi-phased, complete residential and commercial development, including:
- 870 home sites
- 550 apartments
- 435 townhomes
- 86 acres dedicated to retail/commercial use
- 8 acres for office use
Building on its proximity to Swift Creek Reservoir, Rountrey boasts waterfront views/access, a beautiful wooded and meadow, rolling hill setting replete with walking trails, ample dedicated open space, paved pedestrian foot paths, and a pedestrian tunnel. In addition, Rountrey possesses a number of desirable resort-like community amenities such as tennis courts, a swimming pool, and a centralized manor-style clubhouse which houses a fitness center, lounge, and a club room.
Home styles and floor plans in Rountrey tend towards a modern/contemporary interpretation of the classic Craftsman design, employing stone/masonry facade accents and gables, front porches with classic tapered columns, fireplaces, and custom interior details such as hardwood flooring, decorative formal moldings, upgraded kitchen finishes and stainless steel appliances, and built-in storage. Rountrey broke ground in 2012 and is partnering with a number of highly reputed residential builders for the development including: Anderson Custom Homes, Craftmaster Homes, Harring Construction, Homesmith Construction, Ray A Williams Custom Homes, River City Custom Homes, South River Custom Homes, and Timbercreek Building and Design.*
* Please note builders may change over the duration of a neighborhood's lifespan