Current MLS Listings for Stonehenge/Smoketree
Chesterfield County (Zone 62)
Smoketree and Stonehenge, located off of Courthouse Road in Central Chesterfield, were developed adjacent to one another during a similar time period and share a common destiny, largely due to the elementary and high school located within the neighborhoods. Monacan High and Gordon Elementary, built during the later 1970\'s, were built to serve the neighborhoods as the county was seeking to spur development along the Courthouse Road corridor between Midlothian Turnpike and Hull Street Road.
Stonehenge, developed prior to Smoketree, is more upscale with larger homes and lots surrounding a private golf course (Stonehenge CC.) Populated with 1970\'s and 90\'s era colonial designs, the neighborhood has a similar feel to Salisbury and many of the other upper middle class developments in Northern Chesterfield built during the period prior to the movement towards Planned Communities.
At several points within the neighborhoods, they connect without any real demarkation other than a slightly noticeable change in lot size and home scale. Smoketree, developed slightly later than Stonehenge, was built to offer a slightly lower price point and higher density. The main entry of the neighborhood, off Courthouse Road, has an entry feature and entry way that begins to exhibit influences more akin to the planned subdivisions of both Brandermill and Woodlake, which were just coming into vogue within the Richmond development scene. Both schools were located within Smoketree, making the traffic in and out of the neighborhood challenging at times, and probably hurt property values somewhat (especially along the ingress/egress corridors) despite the obvious benefit to many of walkability to and from the schools.
Housing styles in Smoketree were less grand (typically) and more homogenous than Stonehenge and thus, more affordable.