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The Magnolia Green Big Spring Home Show - A Community in Bloom

Valhalla townhomeThe first day of spring is less than a month away and just as the flowers bloom, our beautiful community at Magnolia Green does, too. Usher in your first weekend of spring by visiting us for our Big Spring Home Show on March 23 and 24 from 12 p.m. – 4 p.m. and see why over 1,000 other homebuyers in Chesterfield have made Magnolia Green home!

We’ve designed the day with you and your whole family in mind! Visit 10 different beautiful model homes at a collection of our individual neighborhoods plus tour our gorgeous amenities, like the golf clubhouse and grille and the 10-acre aquatic center. While you plan for your future, family members will be able to enjoy entertainment throughout the day, from a magic show to a scavenger hunt.

Want to know how you can get involved with the Big Spring Home Show? It’s simple: just follow these six steps!

  1. Stop by our Welcome Center for your tour card and map
  2. (optional) Grab a floral scavenger hunt card for your kiddos
  3. Catch a ride on the Home Show Trolley
  4. Visit all 10 model homes and have your tour card stamped
  5. Turn in your tour card to be registered to win a $300 Visa gift card
  6. (strongly recommended) Move into a new Magnolia Green home 😊

Throughout the day you can purchase lunch items at our Welcome Center, provided by our restaurant, The Grille, located in Magnolia Green’s new state-of-the-art golf clubhouse, and treat yourself to ice cream, popcorn, games and more.,

So, what are you waiting for? Circle your calendar now and we will see you soon!

Stay Connected!

 Keep up with the progress of our new amenities, new homes, and exciting community news and events by visiting or our social media channels @MyMagnoliaGreen.

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Happy Holidays 2018


We’d like to thank those who helped spread the holiday cheer by participating in this year’s Toys for Tots drive and visiting our Holiday Vendor Fair – with over 410 toys donated, the drive was a HUGE success!


Looking back on 2018, we saw the opening of our brand-new golf instruction facility, hosted the Washington Redskins’ 5th Annual River City Golf Classic and an international-themed Parade of Homes, held a Family Fun Run, and more, wrapping up the year by welcoming our 1,000th homeowner.


Here’s a look at some of our best moments:

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Help us celebrate the season by sharing your favorite holiday traditions using #MyMagnoliaGreen.


Thank you all for choosing Richmond’s best-selling community to be your home and for being part of our Magnolia Green family.


Wishing you Happy Holidays and a wonderful New Year!


Toys for Tots and Holiday Vendor Fair

It’s the most wonderful time of the year – and there’s nothing quite like the gift of giving to a wonderful cause!


Residents and fellow Richmond and Chesterfield Virginians please join us on December 7th at the Magnolia Green Welcome Center to spread some holiday cheer at our annual Toys for Tots drive and holiday fair.


Children will receive a free Santa hat courtesy of HHHunt Homes (while supplies last) and those who bring a new, unwrapped toy will receive a free picture with Santa Claus, brought to you by Klicks Photography.


After visiting with Father Christmas, we encourage you to make your merry way around our holiday fair, where you can visit with a number of local vendors for a jumpstart on your holiday shopping. Products on display include jewelry, cosmetics, handmade crafts, books and more from our friends at Stella & Dot, Beautycounter, Chalk Couture, Usborne Books, LipSense, Mary Kay, Norwex, and Color Street Nails.


Light refreshments will be provided, and food will be available for purchase from CSN Catering.


We hope to see you there!


Stay Connected.


To learn about our homes for sale in Chesterfield, VA and to keep up with all of our new amenities and exciting community events as they happen follow us on our social channels @MyMagnoliaGreen.


1000th Resident

The Camps Family

Drumroll please … now introducing … from the great state of Michigan … Magnolia Green’s 1,000th homeowner, the beautiful Camps family!

We all have our own story of what makes a house a home and a neighborhood a community, so let’s check in with the Camps to learn why they chose Magnolia Green and how they’ve settled in since moving in this Summer.


Magnolia Green: What was your first reaction after visiting Magnolia Green?

Camps Family: The homes were beautiful, but most importantly the community seemed to have a wonderful sense of family.

Magnolia Green: Did any of the physical offerings appeal to you?

Camps Family: The amazing amenities. From the golf course to the beautiful aquatic center and even the connectivity the sidewalks offered are great for us and the kids, too!

Magnolia Green: Have you had the chance to meet your neighbors?

Camps Family: Yes! We’ve met so many families already and they’ve all been very welcoming.


To the Camps family and to each and every one of you, thank you for making Magnolia Green your home.

We love being a part of your family.


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Going International at Parade of Homes 2018

Bonjour, Magnolia Green is going international for this year’s Parade of Homes!

Join us on October 6th & 7th and complete your world tour passing through Italy, Ireland, England, and more! Stop by the Welcome Center to pick up your passport, then get it stamped at 5 of our 7 model homes to be entered to win a $500 travel voucher to jumpstart your world traveling adventures.

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Young travelers are welcome! Stop by the Welcome Center for your scavenger hunt maps, popcorn, games, cornhole, and fun giveaways while supplies last. Then, complete the visual scavenger hunt in each “country”. X marks the spot to a free ice cream cone (for 10 & younger) if you can solve all the clues.

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Hop aboard a trolley and get a tour of our state-of-the-art amenities including our Aquatic Center and Golf Clubhouse. If you’re hungry, grab a bite to eat at The Grille!


See you there from 12pm to 4pm!


5th Annual River City Golf Classic

River City Golf Classic

Washington Redskins Head Coach, Jay Gruden, may have already faced his toughest opponent this year and the NFL season hasn’t even started yet.

Enter: The 620-yard par-5 10th hole at Magnolia Green Golf Club featuring that pesky bunker right smack in the middle of the fairway.

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On July 24, Coach Gruden was joined by Redskins’ President Bruce Allen, Super Bowl Champion and MVP Doug Williams, and voice of the team, Larry Michael, as they teed it up with members of the greater Richmond community in the River City Classic. A few of our own also joined, including the captain of our ship, Tom Page.

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The charitable tournament, which benefits the Friends of Bon Secour Training Center, is in its fifth year. We were honored to host it for the first time on our 18-hole Nicklaus-designed championship course.

For a recap of the event and to see some of its greatest “hits” check out this video.


Join us for the 5th Annual River City Golf Classic

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Ever wanted to play 18 holes with a Super Bowl champion?

Now you can.

Because the 5th Annual River City Golf Classic is happening right here at Magnolia Green.

On Tuesday, July 24, you could find yourself paired up with Washington Redskins QB Doug Williams. Strolling the back nine with President Bruce Allen. Or cursing your putts alongside other Redskins alumni, coaches and personnel.

The exclusive event offers local fans, avid golfers and business leaders a chance to meet and mingle with the Redskins for a good cause: a portion of the proceeds support year-round youth programs through Friends of Bon Secours Training Center.

The tournament is first-come, first-served and sells out faster than a pistol snap. Imagine a day with three of your favorite things: golf, football and Magnolia Green.

Date: Tuesday, July 24, 2018
Location: Magnolia Green Golf Club 7001 Awesome Dr. Moseley, VA 23120
Check-In: 7:30 – 8:30 am
Breakfast: 7:30 – 8:30 am
Practice: 7:30 – 8:30 am putting & range practice
Tee Off:  9:00 am shotgun start
Lunch: Boxed lunches will be served on the course
Awards: At conclusion of play, awards will be presented with light refreshments served
Mulligans: $20 each up to four per team

Contact tournament director, Cindy Creasy (804) 257-3096 or with any questions.

Register here.

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Richmond Homearama 2018 is HERE!

The day has finally come for us to officially kick off Richmond Homearama 2018. Magnolia Green is pleased as punch to be hosting the event this year in our exclusive custom home neighborhood, Carlton Ridge.


Come tour our seven custom homes crafted from seven of the best custom builders in the Richmond region. These homes are fully furnished and decorated by the area’s finest designers showcasing the latest trends and custom home features. Come for the special events and exhibits and to support ASK Childhood Cancer Foundation, the charity partner for this year's event. ASK is Central Virginia's largest and most comprehensive provider of support services for children with cancer and their families. The support begins the moment of diagnosis and extends through treatment and beyond.


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Here's everything you need to know before you go!


Biringer Builders - The Bayberry
CraftMaster Homes - The Lena
Harring Construction - The Oak Hill Resort
Jones Homes Custom Builders - The Modena
Homesmith - The Double Eagle
Schell Brothers - The Waterford
Ray A. Williams Custom Homes - The Berkley



May 5 – 20, 2018, open Wednesdays – Sundays
Wednesdays from 11:00AM – 6:00PM
Thursdays from 11:00AM – 8:00PM
Fridays – Sundays from 11:00AM – 6:00PM.



General admission tickets are $10. Under 18 free. Tickets can be purchased online with credit card or cash at the gate. Buy your tickets in advance HERE.



General parking will be located at the brand new aquatic center, 7601 Magnolia Green Parkway, Moseley, VA 23120. Make sure you check out the state-of-the-art facility on your way in or out!



ASK Family Fun Weekend  •  May 5 & 6, 2018  •  12:00PM – 4:00PM
Bring the whole family for some enjoyable activities for everyone! Face painting, BoDillazBoka Tako and Slideways food trucks and live music by Kari Smith on Saturday and Jocelyn Oldham on Sunday for family fun weekend. And, a special visit from Nutzy (Richmond Flying Squirrels) on Saturday from 12:00 – 1:00pm. No additional ticket is required, besides the general admission ticket.

Sponsored by Main Street Homes and SunTrust Mortgage


Taste of RVA  •  May 10, 2018  •  5:00PM8:00PM
Richmond’s top builders & restaurants come together for this amazing night! Enjoy live music by Matt Waller. Special event admission begins at 4:00PM. This allows for admission to tour the homes as well as tasting menus from Richmond’s hottest restaurants.

Sponsored by Wells Fargo Home Mortgage and Safe Harbor Title Company


Mom’s Day Out Weekend  •  May 12 & 13, 2018  •  12:00PM – 4:00PM
We have some extra love for mothers this weekend at Richmond Homearama! BoDillazThe DogWagon and Slideways food trucks and RVA craft beer will be available, and enjoy live music by Kari Smith on Saturday and  The Pat Russell Band on Sunday! And, we will have a special meet and greet with Chopped Junior’s Youngest Champion, Claire Hollingsworth from 4:00-6:00pm on May 12th. No additional ticket is required, besides the general admission ticket.

Sponsored by D.R. Horton


Brews, Tunes & Tour  •  May 17, 2018  •  5:00PM – 8:00PM
Enjoy live music by Flat Elvis, craft beer, Slideways and The DogWagon food trucks and gorgeous custom homes! No additional ticket is required, besides the general admission ticket.


Bluegrass, Beer & BBQ Weekend  •  May 19 & 20, 2018  •  12:00PM – 4:00PM
Richmond Homearama will be featuring delicious BBQ by Firehouse BBQ and famous DogWagon hot dogs, craft beer and awesome local, live bluegrass music to celebrate the final weekend. Enjoy live music by The Slack Family on Saturday and Big Boss Combo on Sunday. No additional ticket is required, besides the general admission ticket.



Magnolia Green Golf Club and food trucks will be available during select hours, as well as RVA craft beer Thursday evenings and weekends.



Visit or swing by the Welcome Center for details.


We can't wait to see you there!


A record-breaking year

Average price of large pizza? $13.21

Average price of a new iPhone: $1,000

Calling Magnolia Green your home? Priceless

A Record-Breaking Year!

We enjoyed a banner year in 2017 with a record 204 home sales, an increase of 18 percent from 2016 where we sold a then-unmatched 173 homes.

Last year, we also welcomed two massive resort-style amenities totaling $10.5 million in investment. The 10-acre aquatic center features four swimming pools – a Junior Olympic-sized competition pool, a children’s splash pool, an activity pool and a lounge pool. The 15,000-square-foot Craftsman-style golf clubhouse is open to the public and includes a golf pro shop, The Grille at Magnolia Green (full-service restaurant and bar) and private event space for weddings and ceremonies.

Even More to Come!

In 2018, we will introduce several new active-lifestyle amenities and welcome two new neighborhoods.

Led by Magnolia Green Golf Club’s award-winning Director of Instruction, Leighann Albaugh, our brand-new golf instruction facility is set to open in February and will be equipped with golf simulators for year-round use. The 1,600-square-foot facility will include a putting green equipped with a SAM Puttlab, four hitting stations, a FlightScope X3 Launch Monitor and a full-service club repair lab equipped with loft and lie machines for irons and putters. It will offer personalized instruction and host camps, classes and birthday parties.

In addition to the golf instruction facility, we’ll be opening a tennis center amenity with eight lighted courts, two pickleball courts, a pro shop and a picnic pavilion. A clubhouse for our age-targeted neighborhoods, Charleston Club and Charleston Village, will also be joining Magnolia Green. The Charleston Club will include a pool and bocce ball courts.

Lastly, coming in the spring, Magnolia Green will add Aston Oaks and Valhalla to its 13 neighborhoods. Aston Oaks will include single family homes from builders HHHunt and CraftMaster and is set to open in April. Valhalla, expected to open in June, will feature garage townhomes from HHHunt.

Stay Connected!

Keep up with all of our new amenities and exciting community events as they happen on our social media channels @MyMagnoliaGreen.


Top 3 ways retirement communities can support healthy aging

For many, retirement is hoped to be a time of enjoyment and relaxation, and a respite from our otherwise crazy lives. One important part of finding the perfect retirement lifestyle is planning to age healthily.

In 2016, the 75 years and older age group in the United States reportedly spent more time participating in sports and relaxing than other age groups, according to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics.

But how does one keep up this activity and health as they age? How does someone plan to age in such a way as to continue doing the things they love? This is one area where a good, high-quality retirement community can be helpful.

Supporting active lifestyles

As people age, their homes often become harder for them to excel in. Things that used to be simple, such as shoveling the walk or driveway and driving a car in bad weather, develop into an obstacle for them. Joining a retirement community can take away many of these obstacles, giving the residents more time and ability to stay active.

“When you move into a community you never have to worry about getting in your car and driving somewhere and motivating yourself to go do that,” says Kelly Ornberg, director of sales and marketing for Summit at Magnolia Green, a retirement community dedicated to wellness and joyful lifestyles.

Being able to live in a community with similarly aged neighbors, where activities are located on campus can help residents stay active and enjoy their retirement years. These communities are there to help residents find success, explains Ornberg.

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When a retirement community is supportive of healthy lifestyles, it should be doing more than just supporting physical activities. Ideally, a community would also be able to help residents strengthen their minds, work through traumatic experiences such as loss of a loved one and better themselves in general.

“Staying active is not just about moving your body, it’s about stimulating your brain, your heart, your mind and your soul,” says Ornberg.

Keeping residents engaged

“More than one-fourth (27 percent) of women ages 65 to 74 lived alone in 2014, and this share jumps to 42 percent among women ages 75 to 84, and to 56 percent among women ages 85 and older,” according to the Population Reference Bureau.

Unfortunately, solitary living has many disadvantages. “The No. 1 reason we see people struggle when they get older is that they’re isolated,” says Ornberg. She describes that being around people in the same stage of life and not being socially isolated is helpful and healthy.

Retirement communities give residents the opportunity to have their personal time when wanted, while also having the ability to socialize and engage in activities when they wish. Ornberg gives the example in a community she works with, that a committee of residents is actually deciding what activities to offer. In other words, the residents are choosing what they want to be engaged in and not what the staff has decided.

Whether that activity is golfing with buddies or simply basking in the sun with a good book, it is up to the resident.

Sustaining health

“We need to make sure that folks have the access and the opportunity to remain free of disease and disability,” describes Ornberg. This includes having the access and ample time needed with doctors, healthy foods available and opportunities to stay active.

Some communities have in-house medical staff, while others have close access to a medical team off-site. Whether a retirement community has doctors on campus or it partners with a clinic where it can easily take residents, having the ability to meet the medical needs of the retirees is a sign of a good community.

“If (a community doesn’t) have a department that’s dedicated to the health and wellness of the residents it’s probably not going to be as robust at that place as it would be at another community that has those positions in place,” says Ornberg. “In doing research it’s important to know that your community has access to great health care.”

Finding a retirement community that is dedicated to helping its residents age healthily can make all the difference in whether someone thrives in their later years.

For more information on how a retirement community could help you or your loved one, visit