Richmond (zip 23227), VA


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Richmond (zip 23227), VA

About Richmond (zip 23227), VA

Living in 23227 Richmond, VA is a unique experience. The area is full of friendly people, great restaurants and plenty of things to do. There are lots of parks and recreational activities available for families and individuals to enjoy. The neighborhood itself is clean and safe, making it a great place to live for all ages. The cost of living is also quite reasonable, making it a great option for those looking for an affordable place to call home. With its close proximity to downtown Richmond, residents have easy access to some of the best shopping and entertainment options in the city. All in all, living in 23227 Richmond, VA is an enjoyable experience that no one should miss out on! Capital-city complex - East-central Virginia along the James River.

Zip Codes: Richmond (zip 23227)
Cost of Living:
Time zone: Eastern Standard Time (EST)
Elevation: 177 ft above sea level

The former capital of the Confederacy, Richmond is an attractively-sized, livable capital city with a strong sense of history. The downtown area mixes unremarkable modern buildings with some historic features. On the whole, the area has a considerable base of historic sites, museums and neighborhoods. Outlying suburbs have sprawled concentrically, especially to the west towards Tuckahoe and south towards Petersburg.

Easy access to Washington, D.C 100 miles north and pleasant residential settings have attracted businesses. Future job growth is among the highest in the state. Retailers Circuit City and CarMax and financial services giant Capital One make their headquarters in Richmond. The area is spread out and there are some traffic problems, but growth seems to attend to aesthetic considerations and most suburbs are more attractive than in other comparable areas. The University of Richmond adds college-town amenities, including sports.

Richmond is located along the James River in a mostly wooded area at the border of the Coastal Plain and Piedmont Hills. The Blue Ridge Mountains lie about 90 miles west and the Chesapeake Bay is 60 miles east. Elevations range from a few feet above sea level along the river to over 300 feet in western sections of the city. The climate is modified continental. Summers are warm and humid, among the warmest in Virginia, and winters are generally mild. The mountains to the west act as a partial barrier to winter cold and storms. Precipitation is uniformly distributed through the year. Dry periods, especially in autumn, create periods of pleasant, mild weather. Snow usually remains on the ground only 1 to 2 days at a time and ice storms occur occasionally. Late summer and fall hurricanes along the coast can cause flooding.

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Richmond Cost of Living
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Historic interest, attractive housing, and strong economy make Richmond a great place to live.

$328,600
-2.9% lower than avg
$58,083
-18.8% lower than avg
$940 /mo
Monthly rent (2br)
-22.1% lower than avg
Richmond Crime
65.6 / 100
Crime is ranked on a scale of 1 (low) to 100 (high). US average: 35.4
Minimum annual income
To live comfortably in Richmond, Virginia
$63,000
for a family
$40,800
for a single person
Pros & Cons of Richmond
   Historic interest
Growth and sprawl
   Attractive housing
Entertainment
   Strong economy
Air service
Cost of Living