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The Dominica Spring is the right fit for a classic, grand lifestyle.. Walking in through the foyer or 2-car garage places you inside this open…

The Columbia single-family home is just as inviting as it is functional.. Discover a magnificently spacious floor plan with custom flex areas.…

The bathroom is one area of the home that you shouldn’t put off cleaning. Unlike living areas or bedrooms, bathrooms are exposed to much more than everyday dirt or dust and the occasional spill. Surfaces like sinks, toilets, bathtubs and shower fixtures can collect bacteria, hard-water deposits, mold or mildew, soap scum and other gross buildup over time, so it’s crucial to stay on top of regular bathroom cleaning.

If you have outdoor plants you need to bring inside when the temperature drops, use this easy spray from @_forthehome to remove any bugs from your plants first. It’s made from ingredients you probably already have at home.

A home on North Bath Avenue in Waynesboro transforms into "Campbell's Light Show" each holiday season.

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Give the gift of rejuvenation. The SpaCells facial sponge, Stimulite honeycomb bath mitt and body exfoliator are the ultimate in pampering. Th…

This five-bedroom, 3½-bathroom home at 1811 Monument Ave sold for $1.25 million, making it the top home sale in May for the Richmond region. The 4,500-square-foot home is near the Robert E. Lee Monument. 

This marks the second consecutive month in which a home on Monument Avenue is the region's top home sale. In April, a three-story home at 2021 Monument Ave. sold for $2.1 million.

This three-story home at 2021 Monument Ave. sold for $2.1 million in April. Dr. Juan A. Astruc Jr., an ophthalmologist with Retina Institute of Virginia, and his wife, Beth, bought the house, built in 1926. James C. Wheat III, co-founder and managing partner of private equity firm Colonnade Capital LLC. based in Henrico County, sold the 6,339-square-foot house. Wheat had bought the home in December 2018 for $2.1 million from Cabell and Patti Harris, who bought it for $300,000 in September 1994.

The top home sale in January was a house in Windsor Farms sold by Thomas D. Gottwald and his wife, Jaclyn. Gottwald is the son of  Thomas E. "Teddy" Gottwald, the chairman, president and chief executive officer of NewMarket Corp. The four-bedroom Tudor home has 4,829 square feet. It sold for $1.725 million. The couple bought the house for $1.5 million in 2014.

The top home sale in December was a six-bedroom house on Three Chopt Road at Pepper Avenue, not far from St. Christopher's Lower School complex. The 6,433-square-foot home was among the top home sales for all of 2018.

The third highest-priced home in December was sold by Robert S. "Rob" Ukrop Jr. of the Richmond Kickers fame and son of the president and CEO of Ukrop's Homestyle Foods. He bought the six-bedroom Colonial-style house in the Randolph Square neighborhood in Goochland County, south of River Road, in January 2014 for $1.68 million and sold it on Dec. 28, 2018 for $1.55 million.

The buyer of the top home sale in November was Prentice Salter, an executive with the Colonial Downs Group, and his wife, Laura, according to county property records. The  9,418-square-foot house is at 18234 Barkstone Court in the Rivergate community in Goochland County. The seller was Brian J. Callaghan, the co-founder of Henrico County-based technology staffing firm Apex Systems Inc., and his wife, Melissa. Brian Callaghan and two Virginia Tech fraternity brothers founded Apex Systems in 1995. They sold the business in 2012 in a $600 million cash-and-stock deal to On Assignment.

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