Henrico

A Proud Neighborhood
The County of Henrico, named after Henry Frederick the Prince of Wales. Throughout history, Richmond tried to annex the entirety of Henrico. Richmond successfully annexed portions of Henrico five times, but the people of Henrico refused to give up its entirety. In 1961, 61% of the votes in Henrico were against the merge with Richmond, making Henrico its city and identity to this day. Even today, Henrico is rich in culture and history. A popular spot for many of the residents of Henrico is Deep Run Park & Recreation Center. Here, many of the residents enjoy the recreation center, soccer fields, trails, and ponds.

The locals of Henrico have high recommendations for people looking to get some dinner and a beer with friends. Big spots include Roberto Italian Restaurant, Sandston Smokehouse, Mexico Restaurant, and Ma & Pa's Diner. Bars to visit include Metzger Bar and Butchery, Poe's Pub, Penny Lane Pub, and The Local Eatery and Pub. The County of Henrico is a great place to live when looking for an area with plenty of places of interest scattered throughout the town.
What Henrico Residents
Think About Their Apartments
overall
7.3
value
7.8
amenities
7.2
social
5.0
management
7.5
Median rents in Henrico
Studio
$
830
1 Bedroom
$
1,075
2 Bedroom
$
1,230

Living in
Henrico

Suburban
Close to Campus
Student and Family Friendly
Greenery
Close to Downtown
Quiet and Safe
Shopping
Henrico — 7.2/10 Rating (based on 24 neighborhood reviews)
I made several trips to Richmond to visit potential places to live and this was my favorite. I was looking for a place that is quiet, safe, and with a reasonable drive to class each day. It takes me 12-15 minutes to go from my front door to parking on campus, and my route is never backed up with the traffic that people in other parts of Richmond complain about!

My favorite thing about my quality of life here is that I live a 1-2 minute drive from Target, Kroger, Food Lion, Panera, Starbucks, CVS, Aldi, Wawa and more! It's so close that you can walk if you want to - I've done it on occasion. If you are looking for close proximity to restaurants and nightlife, this area in general is probably not what you're looking for. But if you want a quiet and safe neighborhood with easy access to convenient shopping, definitely consider this neighborhood!
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8
/10
Neighborhood Rating
Maple Springs Apartments
Decent place. Lot of “lower income” people but some long term residents as well. Most people are cordial but not looking for friends.
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6
/10
Neighborhood Rating
Kings Crossing
I grew up underneath the flight plan, hearing the occasional sirens/etc. from the nearby fire hall is nothing new/out of the ordinary for me. The complex is set back very far from road, so no real noise heard from that other than the sirens.

Kroger, Starbucks, Gold's Gym, some take out food all within 3 minutes drive from the complex, and within 8 minutes is Regency Square mall (with JC Penny's, Forever 21, etc.), WalMart, and the same distance the other direction is Short Pump with every store imaginable.

Google Maps says that it is an 11 minute commute to school, and if you don't have to be at school before 9:30 AM, then the commute takes less than that. If you have early class or are a morning person, then it takes about `15-19 minutes, depending on 2 lights.
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7
/10
Neighborhood Rating
Colonial Village at Chase Gayton
It's definitely more of a residential area. So if you're looking for quiet and access to shopping and grocery stores, it's great. Not so wonderful if you want to get to know your neighbors or be able to walk anywhere.
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7
/10
Neighborhood Rating
The Madison Apartment Homes
The neighborhood itself is great, just isolated from downtown.
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6
/10
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Kings Crossing
I consider it to be decently upscale, you are next to a mall, grocery stores, work. Location is pretty nice, but in comparison to downtown richmond, there is a lot less to do in terms of young adult fun in my opinion.
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8
/10
Neighborhood Rating
The Reflections of West Creek
No complaints. It seems like a really nice area. If you're looking to live around lots of people that just graduated college, this is probably not the place for you. It's not a young scene.
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9
/10
Neighborhood Rating
The Retreat at West Creek
Feels very suburban and residential. Has some families but has a very strong student presence because of proximity to school.
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7
/10
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Tuckahoe Creek Apartments
Very safe. We walk our dog late at night and have never had an issue. Family friendly area.
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9
/10
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Springfield Apartments
Neighborhood is fine--no great or negative points really.
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8
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Tuckahoe Creek Apartments
People are friendly and it is quiet
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Springfield Apartments
No issues.
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9
/10
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Tuckahoe Creek Apartments
The neighborhood is a mix of young families and young professionals. It is relatively quiet (especially if you do not live on the main road).
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7
/10
Neighborhood Rating
Kings Crossing
Close to campus. Several grocery stores nearby. 15-20 minutes to Short Pump or downtown. Many restaurants within a 15 min radius.
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6
/10
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Tuckahoe Creek Apartments
Across from a business district. Grocery and shopping aren't too far away, but the location itself doesn't provide an authentic experience of Richmond. It is much more quiet than if you were to live in the Fan, but also lacks the experiences that come with that.
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4
/10
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Tuckahoe Creek Apartments
Not really a lot to do around my neighborhood, but it is close to school and a grocery store. Short pump is about 15 minutes away and downtown is about 20 so it is not too bad if you do want to do something.
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6
/10
Neighborhood Rating
Kings Crossing
It really depends on what you want. If you want an active night life and bar scene this is NOT the place for you. This is a very suburban area with mostly families. There is however every chain store or restaurant you could imagine right along west broad street which my apartment is also off of. It close proximity to work is the greatest benefit.
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8
/10
Neighborhood Rating
The Reflections of West Creek
I love living here. There's plenty of shopping, restaurants and bars to go to and the mall is right across the street. Everything is close by. It's 10 minutes from work and you can still make it downtown quickly.
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8
/10
Neighborhood Rating
The Madison Apartment Homes
I love that there is all the shopping and restaurants you need right here! But, there is definitely a better bar scene downtown.
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7
/10
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The Reflections of West Creek
There are a lot of young families in the neighborhood. It is relatively quiet and people are friendly.
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7
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Kings Crossing
Quiet, family-friendly, close to school, but far from downtown.
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7
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Kings Crossing
Good: A lot of Car Dealerships, a nearby Mall, endless food places.
Bad: Underwhelming Bars, uninteresting people and mindless country music.
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6
/10
Neighborhood Rating
Springfield Apartments
Close to Short Pump, school, and groceries.
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6
/10
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Kings Crossing
Quiet, requires car for weekend activities
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8
/10
Neighborhood Rating
The Madison Apartment Homes


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Henrico

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