Mansion on Goochland golf course was most expensive home sale in April
A local couple’s sale of their home at Hermitage Country Club was the region’s priciest residential real estate transaction in April, the first month this year without a sale at or above the $2 million mark.
The 8,700-square-foot mansion at 328 Rolling Lake Court, beside the second hole of the Goochland club’s Sabot course, topped the list with its $1.76 million on April 29. The 4-acre waterfront property in the Broad Run III subdivision had been listed at $1.84 million in mid-February.
Joyner Fine Properties’ Richard Bower had the listing and also represented the buyer, who was not listed on a county property record last week. The record did not reflect the transaction as of Friday.
The sellers were Kevin and Kirsten Knull, the property record shows. They had owned the property since 2014, when they purchased it for $1.55 million.
The property most recently was assessed by the county at $1.7 million.
Kevin is president and chief revenue officer of YCharts, an investment research and analytics platform headquartered in Chicago, and Kirsten is a director with Capital One. When they purchased the home, they were both executives with MoneyGuidePro, a Powhatan-based financial planning software firm that they left in 2017.
Built in 1994 and designed by local architect Mark Spangler, the French country-style house includes five bedrooms, five bathrooms and three half-baths across two and a half levels. It’s situated on a wooded lot that fronts the south side of the country club’s lower lake, just west of Kinloch.
The foyer features a floating staircase leading to four upstairs bedrooms, as well as a rec room, exercise room and third-floor playroom.
The home also includes a library-office room, a two-story great room with coffered ceiling and floor-to-ceiling fireplace, a wet bar, balconies, and a two-story window wall overlooking the pool and terrace.
The house led other million-dollar deals in April, including Mission Realty head Clayton Gits’ former home in Hanover, and Richmond Restaurant Group patriarch Emory Williams’ former residence at Riverwatch on the James.
Rounding out the top five were, according to the Central Virginia Regional Multiple Listing Service:
310 Oak Lane, Hampton Gardens, Richmond – $1.77 million. Listing agent: Eliza Branch, Long & Foster Real Estate; buyer’s agent: Margaret Wade, Long & Foster.
2229 Monument Ave., Richmond – $1.38 million. Listing agent: Chris Small, Small & Associates; buyer’s agent: Scott Shaheen, Shaheen, Ruth, Martin & Fonville Real Estate.
17335 Tiswood Drive, Hanover West, Hanover – $1.2 million. Listing agent: Clayton Gits, eXp Realty; buyer’s agent: Erik Colley, ERA Woody Hogg & Associates.
9150 James Riverwatch Drive, Riverwatch on the James, Richmond – $1.31 million. Listing agent: Dianne Long, Napier Realtors ERA; buyer’s agent: Mahood Fonville, SRMF.
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