100 Reasons To Call Hallsley Home

  1. Nationally awarded Best Community in America by the National Association of Home Builders.
  2. American architecture blended with the natural beauty of the land to create a community unlike any other in Richmond.
  3. Resort-style amenities. Hallsley’s unrivaled amenities feature entertainment for every age, right in the community.
  4. Architectural integrity. Our Architectural Review Board sets a high standard for quality and detail creating a streetscape unlike any other community in Richmond.
  5. Large lot sizes allow more space for your family to enjoy your backyard – not your neighbors.
  6. Unmatched location. From grocery and specialty stores to doctors, dining, fitness, and entertainment, Hallsley is minutes away from every convenience!
  7. Top-ranked schools. J. B. Watkins Elementary, Midlothian Middle, and Midlothian High rank in the top 4% of public schools nationwide.
  8. Distinctive neighborhoods. From Creekside to Westhaven, the neighborhoods within Hallsley allow for a variety of home styles and sizes.
  9. Respected developer. East West Communities is an award-winning national developer since 1973.
  10. Generous homesite sizes that avoid that cookie cutter look.
  11. Small enclaves of homes within the community that make it easy for you to get to know your neighbors.
  12. A tree preservation program that adds to the mature look of the neighborhood.
  13. Shaded walkways along curbed streets that give the community a clean finished look.
  14. Expressive architecture that allows for homes that match individual tastes.
  15. With quality custom homes from $500,000 to over $1 million, Hallsley provides not only the home of your dreams, but the opportunity to live the lifestyle you have always dreamed of.
  16. Great access to Rt. 288 and the Powhite Parkway makes Hallsley centrally located to all of Richmond – just a quick 20 minute drive to Downtown Richmond and 15 minute drive to Short Pump Mall.
  17. Members of East West Communities, the developer of Hallsley, were presented with the 2017 Best In American Living (BALA) “Platinum” award, their top national award, for Best Master Planned Community of the Year (over 100 homes).
  18. The community also received three silver awards from NAHB’s Sales and Marketing Council’s including the 2017 Master Planned Community of the Year.
  19. Winning a Platinum award from NAHB for Best Master Planned Community of the Year was no small feat as Hallsley was in competition with more than 1,000 other communities across the North America.
  20. Hallsley has a stringent architectural review process of all house plan components such as colors, materials, massing, and siting on the lot to preserve specimen trees.
  21. Surrounding homes are carefully considered. Harmony, with diversity, is the goal.
  22. Architectural details including:
    1. Spacious porches and outside entertaining areas for socializing.
    2. Side-entry, recessed, or carriage house garage doors.
    3. Heavily detailed exterior trim.
    4. Enhanced landscaping in addition to sod & irrigation.
    5. Architecturally correct mutton pattern windows.
    6. Steep roof pitches.
    7. Gable overhangs of 12″ minimum.
    8. Strict shutter widths.
    9. Column widths of 8″ minimum.
    10. Stained or painted front doors…no metal.
    11. Driveways use brushed, broom-finished, or stamped concrete surfaces, exposed aggregate, or pavers.
    12. Vinyl siding not allowed.
  23. Past meets present at Hallsley, a peaceful and architecturally diverse community in the midst of Midlothian, Virginia.
  24. The Hallsley Residents Club has a year-round calendar of fun!
  25. A full-time Director of Fun.
  26. a clubhouse with outdoor entertaining Cabana bar and covered decks and porches resort-style pool with waterslide, beach-like zero entry, waterspouts, lap lanes and adult area.
  27. The Hallsley Hopper – Mercedes limousine van with chauffeured service.
  28. Bocce ball.
  29. Pickle ball.
  30. Tennis.
  31. Volleyball.
  32. Over 6 miles of biking/walking and nature trails and 14 bridges.
  33. Storybook Lane.
  34. A playhouse village.
  35. A treehouse playground.
  36. A toddler’s playground.
  37. A zipline.
  38. Saville, Hope Street, and Greenway Pocket Parks.
  39. Central Bark dog park.
  40. Tom Sawyer’s stocked catch and release fishing pond with dock and gazebo.
  41. Beaver Pond with Mystical Manhole Trail.
  42. Overlooks and Stop a-whiles.
  43. Year-round activities for adults and children.
  44. Two Street of Hopes. Over $1.35 million in funds raised from ticket sales, sponsors, a raffle, live auction, a Charity House and more benefited both VCU Massey Cancer Center and the VCU School of Business.
  45. The Parks – low-maintenance neighborhoods featuring all first floor master bedrooms on generous, wooded homesites are now open in Hallsley.
  46. Some of the tailored amenities that come with living in The Parks include:
    1. $125,000 neighborhood gathering park
    2. Over six miles of walking/nature trails with custom-designed bridges
    3. Professional bocce court
    4. Pickleball
    5. Resident clubhouse with complimentary coffee, cookies, and newspapers
    6. Director of Fun organizing special events
    7. Fire pit with a bar top
    8. A triple pool complex with shaded adult chilling area, waterslide, mushroom waterfall, and water jets
    9. Only full-size, maintenance-provided homesites in Richmond
    10. Dog park agility playground
    11. A $3.5 million amenity park featuring a Tom Sawyer’s Fishing Pond, clubhouse with indoor and outdoor entertaining spaces, a treehouse playground, a playhouse village, a zip line and so much more!
  47. Located only 18 miles from downtown Richmond, Hallsley is centrally located in Chesterfield County just 3 miles from Route 288 and Route 60
  48. Situated in one of the state’s fastest growing regions – Midlothian, Virginia – Hallsley enjoys the convenience of excellent access to highways and Interstates, regional amenities, medical facilities, continuing education, fitness & wellness facilities, restaurants, and shopping.
  49. The new Bons Secours St. Francis Hospital is less than 10 minutes away, providing our homeowners a valuable sense of security. In short, life in Hallsley provides what you want, where you want it.
  50. Once a part of Virginia history, Hallsley today is a thriving community of distinctively beautiful homes with an abundance of nearby conveniences.
  51. The neighborhood of Hallsley is strategically located in Midlothian, only 1.5 miles from Rt. 60 and Westchester Commons Shopping Center; 2 miles from the Powhite Extension; 3 miles from the intersection of Rt. 60 and Rt. 288; and 18 miles from downtown Richmond.
  52. Residents of Hallsley are centrally located to all that Richmond has to offer – including two regional malls as well as boutique shopping experiences.
  53. Plus, they are just a couple of miles from a 16-theater movie complex, fine and casual dining, shopping, health and fitness facilities, indoor and outdoor sporting attractions, and much more.
  54. Hallsley residents now have a limousine van providing chauffeured service for everything from a night on the town to a trip to the museum.
  55. This new Mercedes-Benz luxury van is available to all Hallsley residents.
  56. Operated by James Limousine Service the Hallsley Hopper is available for personal use throughout the Richmond metropolitan area.
  57. The Hallsley Hopper is a safe and fun way to explore all that Richmond has to offer!
  58. Hallsley Hopper Information:
    1. Price is $30 per hour. Please remember to tip your driver – $10 an hour is recommended.
    2. The Hallsley Hopper seats 14 passengers.
    3. There is a built in cooler in the limousine van for your convenience.
    4. Please provide your own ice, drinks, and cups.
    5. Bluetooth is available for your personal music preferences. Any iPod or a phone with bluetooth will work. Plan your music playlist now!
    6. There is a DVD player and built-in screen on board the Hallsley Hopper.
    7. There are multiple USB charging outlets for your convenience.
  59. The older, historic neighborhoods of Richmond are the inspiration to the architectural appeal of Hallsley
  60. Regional towns and villages within South Central Virginia played a critical role in the design for Hallsley. The initial design team documented architectural and place making elements in several surrounding towns from Fredericksburg, Ashland, and Richmond, and to nearby Bon Air, to incorporate within the new project.
  61. A variety of residential design styles as well as rich exterior materials and a diverse color palette make Hallsley distinctive and appealing to both Richmond natives and families relocating to the area.
  62. Preserving the natural beauty of the land, including a very restrictive tree removal policy, is a trademark of East West Communities and is evident in Hallsley.
  63. Market driven and creative resort-style amenities that create gathering places for families and friends is also a signature element in an East West community.
  64.  East West further adds a Community Director to create year-round activities – bringing community amenities to life.
  65. As convenient as the property is, it is in a rural part of the county.
  66. When residents describe Hallsley, they often say it has the feeling of living in a small town.
  67. You can choose from a wide variety of styles and floorplans – all of which feature the latest innovations in new home construction.
  68. Hallsley is proud to boast a collection of imaginative home builders that are among Richmond’s finest.
  69. Awarded 2015, 2016, and 2017 Community of the Year by the Home Builders Association of Richmond.
  70. East West Communities Foundation was awarded the 2016 Spirit of Giving Award from the Association of Fundraising Professionals, Central Virginia Chapter for the Massey Street of Hope At Hallsley.
  71. In 2017, Hallsley sold its 500th new home in just 5 years – averaging 100 new home sales a year.
  72. Home of the first and only Southern Living neighborhood in Central Virginia.
  73. The Oaks neighborhood with homes in The Oaks have a minimum of 2,600 square feet and start in price at $500,000.
  74. Twenty-six unique homesites are now available in Hallsley’s newest neighborhood – Ascot. Homesites range from 1/3 of acre to over 1/2 an acre and prices start at $500,000.
  75. Rosemary Creek with signature home designs on generous homesites about a half-acre exclusively designed by Biringer Builders and Perkinson Homes.
  76. Willow Creek at Hallsley introduces a distinctive selection of signature home designs on 24 generous homesites about a half-acre by Homesmith Construction.
  77. The Woodlands features 28 generously sized homesites, averaging over an acre in size – tripling the size of some of the existing homesites in Hallsley.
  78. Bel Arbor Builders
  79. Biringer Builders
  80. Creative Home Concepts
  81. Dumont Homes, LLC
  82. Falcone Custom Homes
  83. Homeplaces, Ltd.
  84. Homesmith Construction
  85. Lancaster Custom Builder
  86. Perkinson Homes
  87. Ray Williams Custom Homes
  88. Southern Traditions
  89. TimberCreek Building & Design
  90. Youngblood Properties
  91. Nine handcrafted furnished models open daily.
  92. The 2014 Southern Living Custom Home benefiting charity.
  93. The 2014 Symphony Designer House benefiting the Richmond Symphony raising $200,000.
  94. The 2015 Massey Street of Hope benefiting VCU Massey Cancer Center raising $1 Million.
  95. The 2016 HBAR Homearama raising $50,000 for ASK Childhood Foundation.
  96. The 2017 Southern Living Inspired Street of Hope raising $350,000 for VCU Massey Cancer Center and the VCU School of Business.
  97. 97% resident satisfation.
  98. 2014, 2015, 216, 2017 Richmond Magazine Readers’ Choice for Best New Community.
  99. 2014, 2015, 216 Richmond Newspaper Readers’ Choice for Best New Community.
  100. An information center open daily.