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Canterbury Square Apartments
900 Pump Rd
Tuckahoe, VA
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,199
949 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 06:31 PM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at Canterbury Square Apartments in Tuckahoe. View photos, descriptions and more!
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22 Units Available
Kings Crossing
10002 Castile Ct
Tuckahoe, VA
1 Bedroom
$1,249
992 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,369
1243 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,654
1569 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:51 PM
Kings Crossing offers over 20 of the LARGEST, most unique floor plans in the West End near Short Pump, Stony Point, West Creek, Rt. 288 and I-64.
1 Unit Available
1505 Bexhill Road
1505 Bexhill Road
Tuckahoe, VA
3 Bedrooms
$1,650
1212 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 08:51 PM
This stunning Rancher is located in the prominent neighborhood of Westbury Estates.
1 Unit Available
1321 Asbury Rd
1321 Asbury Road
Tuckahoe, VA | Farmington
4 Bedrooms
$1,800
Last updated December 3 at 08:51 PM
This 4 Bedroom home is in the desirable Farmington neighborhood with great Henrico schools. Newly partially renovated with new flooring and fresh paint.
1 Unit Available
1215 Hillside Avenue
1215 Hillside Avenue
Tuckahoe, VA
3 Bedrooms
$1,475
1494 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
1215 Hillside Avenue Available 12/08/20 Fantastic Three Bedroom Just Off Three Chopt - This lovely three bedroom, two bath home is nestled in a great west end location in Henrico County! 1215 Hillside Avenue is convenient to tons of shopping and has
1 Unit Available
509 Waveny Road
509 Waveny Road
Tuckahoe, VA | Westham
3 Bedrooms
$2,495
1513 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Beautiful Brick Rancher in coveted Westham - *Pristine home located in sought after Westham area of the West End *Three bedroom and 2 bathroom, 1513 sf brick Rancher *Freshly painted interior, refinished wood floors throughout *Formal living and
1 Unit Available
7413 Three Chopt Rd
7413 Three Chopt Road
Tuckahoe, VA
3 Bedrooms
$1,895
1482 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
7413 Three Chopt Rd Available 01/07/21 Beautiful 3 Bedroom, 2 Bathroom - This beautiful home with its Tiffany-colored front door is located on a large picturesque lot in the Tuckahoe School district! The eat-in kitchen boasts granite countertops
1 Unit Available
9105 Three Chopt Rd
9105 Three Chopt Road
Tuckahoe, VA
3 Bedrooms
$1,500
1754 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Tuckahoe Area - Three bedroom, 1 and 1/2 baths 1934 Colonial in a great location! This home features new vinyl exterior siding, new carpet and hardwood floors throughout the second level.
1 Unit Available
1209 Foxcroft Road
1209 Foxcroft Road
Tuckahoe, VA
2 Bedrooms
$1,250
918 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Adorable 2 bedroom/1 Bath Home - Adorable 2 bedroom / 1 bath home with dining room, large family, den, kitchen with exterior door to the deck and fenced in back yard with storage shed.
1 Unit Available
8803 Weldon Dr
8803 Weldon Drive
Tuckahoe, VA
3 Bedrooms
$1,650
1245 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 10:18 PM
$1650/month. 3 bed, 1 bath home with large, fully fenced in back yard, deck and storage shed. The home also includes a formal dining room and a sunny 4th room, perfect as an office or lounge.
1 Unit Available
2119 Lauderdale Dr
2119 Lauderdale Drive
Tuckahoe, VA
3 Bedrooms
$1,250
1320 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 10:18 PM
This property features 3 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. This home offers an eat in kitchen, living room, laundry room, and a nice backyard.
1 Unit Available
718 Timken Drive
718 Timken Drive
Tuckahoe, VA
3 Bedrooms
$1,600
1102 sqft
Last updated May 3 at 09:19 AM
718 Timken Drive Available 06/15/20 Beautiful 3BR Home in Henrico! - Immaculate 3BR 1BA brick Cape Cod in a quiet neighborhood near Maybeury Elementary! Large LR with lots of natural light.
1 Unit Available
24 Bridgehampton Place
24 Bridgehampton Place
Tuckahoe, VA
4 Bedrooms
$2,095
2240 sqft
Last updated April 12 at 10:26 AM
24 Bridgehampton Place Available 06/08/20 Four-Bedroom Colonial in Tuckahoe - Bridgehampton Place is an awesome 2240 square foot, four-bedroom/two & half bath home with a two-car garage in Tuckahoe! Located on a quiet cul-de-sac with a large eat-in
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14 Units Available
Harbor Village
2370 Harpoon Ct
Richmond, VA
2 Bedrooms
$1,093
832 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 10:42 AM
Tucked comfortably into Richmond's West End, Harbor Village offers you the serenity of a secluded setting with convenient access to all areas of the city.
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Wilde Lake
2900 Bywater Dr
Short Pump, VA
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,277
1000 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,486
1070 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:52 PM
1st Full Month FREE on select apartments when you move in by 12/15/20. Plus, NO admin fee when you lease within 24 hours of 1st visit. Restrictions apply. Call now for details.
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25 Units Available
Copper Spring
3301 Coppermill Trace
Richmond, VA
1 Bedroom
$1,034
700 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,249
1050 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:52 PM
Residential community near Legacy at Mayland and I-64, with quick access to Downtown Richmond. Open units with fully equipped kitchens, private patios/balconies, ceiling fans, Palladian windows, and large bathroom vanities.
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7 Units Available
Hickory Creek
2344 Hickory Creek Dr
Richmond, VA
1 Bedroom
$987
830 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,180
988 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:52 PM
Prime location in the heart of Richmond and close to shopping and dining. Units have in-home laundry, walk-in closets and extra storage space. Tenants have access to tennis court, sauna, pool and 24-hour gym.
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14 Units Available
The Estates at Horsepen
1 Drayson Way
Richmond, VA
1 Bedroom
$1,403
842 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,658
1156 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 07:51 PM
The Estates at Horsepen, an award-winning apartment community in Richmond, Virginia, provides an inspired blend of modern living and world-class amenities. Conveniently located near Libbie Mill-Midtown, Bon Secours St.
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12 Units Available
Broadmoor Apartment Homes
9475 W Broad St
Henrico County, VA
1 Bedroom
$998
705 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,186
930 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:51 PM
Join us at the newly renovated Broadmoor Apartment Homes in Henrico, Virginia.
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7 Units Available
Tuckahoe Creek
1500 Honey Grove Dr
Richmond, VA
1 Bedroom
$1,046
797 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,148
999 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 07:51 PM
Welcome home to Tuckahoe Creek Apartments! Situated on 29 acres in Richmond’s West End, our pet-friendly homes are surrounded by beautifully landscaped areas and tree-lined walkways.
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29 Units Available
2000 West Creek
2000 Broad Branch Cir
Richmond, VA
1 Bedroom
$1,207
767 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,518
1253 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:52 PM
Located just minutes from Highway 288 and I-64. Each apartment features an all-tile bathroom, walk-in closets, large soaking tubs and high ceilings. Community amenities include a dog park, outdoor courtyard and pool.
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13 Units Available
The Village at Horsepen
6701 Dartmouth Ave
Richmond, VA
1 Bedroom
$1,073
589 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,197
628 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:51 PM
The Village at Horsepen is an award winning Richmond Area Apartment Community. Conveniently located near Libbie Mill-Midtown, Bon Secours St.
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6 Units Available
Copper Mill Apartments
3400 Coppermill Trce
Richmond, VA
1 Bedroom
$1,041
697 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,494
989 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 09:35 PM
Located just minutes away from West Broad Street and I-64 with easy access to shopping and dining. Landscaped community with large pool and poolside fire pit. Units have private patio/balcony.
1 Unit Available
3112 Wallaby Trace
3112 Wallaby Trace
Henrico County, VA
2 Bedrooms
$1,050
956 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:42 PM
Great West End condo, conveniently located near Short Pump.
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City Guide

Tuckahoe
"When I'm at home in Virginia, I become more hermit-like. I like my own home." -- Robert Duvall
"When I'm at home in Virginia, I become more hermit-like. I like my own home." -- Robert Duvall

A census designated place located in Henrico County Virginia, the village of Tuckahoe is home to 44,990 residents, all living within 21.78 square miles of each other. It is actually a northwestern suburb of Richmond that is rapidly growing more popular, since many are looking to move a little further out from the city for a bit of peace and quiet. With an elevation of 217 feet above sea level, there is a nice gentle rise and fall of the surrounding countryside that gives this area a rather harmonious and tranquil feel. Tuckahoe is rich with Virginian history and preservation. For example, Thomas Jefferson's boyhood home is located in Tuckahoe, established in 1712! The Tuckahoe Plantation was built on a bluff overlooking the James River Valley and is a stunning statement of historical perseverance over the passage of time. As with the Tuckahoe Plantation, the rest of the village is just as lovingly tended and cared for as a point of pride for the locals. It is easy to understand why those who discover this quaint little village decide to move here and stay.

Moving to Tuckahoe

The best thing to do first is find a realtor or agent who is a local and knows the area like the back of their hand. On the whole, this stunning little village has a vacancy rate of 0.8 percent, so it is imperative that you find someone with an inside track to what is available and what will be becoming available. Any edge you can manage to find will help!

Also, write down a list of things you want in your new place and send an email or fax to your agent. This list should include things like parking, how many bedrooms you would like, washer/dryer connections, central air conditioning and heat, pool,, etc... Don't be afraid to make a long list and then pare it down later, as flexibility demands.

When you actively go to look at prospective rental units and homes, bring all of your information with you, just in case it happens to be the exact one you want. Remember, wasted time is a lost apartment in this Village. Typically, you will need your identification, work history, rental history, and references. You will also need to be prepared to put down security deposits and a pet deposit if you happen to have any critters roaming around. The best time to begin this process is the moment you know you will be moving. Do not delay or drag your feet if you truly hope to find something in Tuckahoe!

Moving to Tuckahoe
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The best thing to do first is find a realtor or agent who is a local and knows the area like the back of their hand. On the whole, this stunning little village has a vacancy rate of 0.8 percent, so it is imperative that you find someone with an inside track to what is available and what will be becoming available. Any edge you can manage to find will help!

Also, write down a list of things you want in your new place and send an email or fax to your agent. This list should include things like parking, how many bedrooms you would like, washer/dryer connections, central air conditioning and heat, pool,, etc... Don't be afraid to make a long list and then pare it down later, as flexibility demands.

When you actively go to look at prospective rental units and homes, bring all of your information with you, just in case it happens to be the exact one you want. Remember, wasted time is a lost apartment in this Village. Typically, you will need your identification, work history, rental history, and references. You will also need to be prepared to put down security deposits and a pet deposit if you happen to have any critters roaming around. The best time to begin this process is the moment you know you will be moving. Do not delay or drag your feet if you truly hope to find something in Tuckahoe!

Neigborhoods of Tuckahoe

As a popping small town, Tuckahoe has a variety of unique neighborhoods from which the prospective renter can choose.

Lauderdale Dr/John Rolfe Pkwy:Tucked into an area chock full of mature shade trees, this gorgeous little neighborhood is very reasonably priced by almost anyone's standards. Excellent for raising a family or just to find some serene peace and quiet, this is a very popular neighborhood with a very short commute to and from work each day. Most locals report traveling less than 30 minutes each day for their commute--not bad at all!

Patterson Ave/Lauderdale Dr:This neighborhood is easily walkable and close to Tuckahoe Village Shopping Center and Tuckahoe Village Merchants Square shopping center. The close proximity to these two shopping hubs makes it perfect for those who prefer a pedestrian lifestyle as much as the weather allows. There are many single family homes that are quite large in this neighborhood, but that doesn't mean the rent is exorbitant, in fact, it is very reasonable. The vacancy rate is extremely low though, at 0.8 percent, so it is quite difficult but not impossible to find a home to rent.if you want to be located in this area, starting the search early is a must!

Pump Rd/Gayton Rd:Located in the northeastern part of Tuckahoe Village, this adorable neighborhood is dense with tree-lined streets and well-kept yards. The average rental prices in this neighborhood are moderate to high end and once again, the vacancy rate is below 1 percent. Most of the homes in this neighborhood, whether they are stand-alone or row houses, were built between 1970and 1999 with a few more modern apartment buildings along the edges of the neighborhood.

Cloister Dr/Blendon Ln:This densely populated urban neighborhood is very popular for its large homes and row houses. Favored by families for its quiet atmosphere and easily walkable streets, this is another area that seems to be true for the money. The average rental payments in this neighborhood are very affordable, especially given the size of most of the homes. It is perfectly normal to see most people walking to the grocery store or riding their bicycles instead of driving their cars. Commuting to and from work is also pleasant for those who live here, amounting to no more than half an hour on average.

Orkney Rd/Willingham Rd:Located right between Tuckahoe Village and Canterbury, this is another exceptionally beautiful area to live in, but that is not abnormal here. You will find many large, 2-5 bedrooms homes in this neighborhood. When you have a village that has been around since the 1700s, things tend to feel a bit on the historic side. The homes, regardless of when they were built, are obviously well kept with lovingly tended lawns and landscaping. You might think this is the more expensive side of the village, but it is quite affordable. The average rents in this area aren’t as exorbitant as one might expect. Instead, middle of the road is what I would call the prices here. Happily, middle of the road.

Old Compton Rd/Brendonridge Ln: Although it is considered very urban, the neighborhood feels secluded, somewhat suburban, and peaceful. This neighborhood has a healthy representation of all age brackets living within its boundaries. This area of Tuckahoe Village is home to a vibrant group of residents. The vacancy rates are extremely low, just below 1 percent in this neighborhood, so finding a rental available might be quite a challenge.

Neigborhoods of Tuckahoe
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As a popping small town, Tuckahoe has a variety of unique neighborhoods from which the prospective renter can choose.

Lauderdale Dr/John Rolfe Pkwy:Tucked into an area chock full of mature shade trees, this gorgeous little neighborhood is very reasonably priced by almost anyone's standards. Excellent for raising a family or just to find some serene peace and quiet, this is a very popular neighborhood with a very short commute to and from work each day. Most locals report traveling less than 30 minutes each day for their commute--not bad at all!

Patterson Ave/Lauderdale Dr:This neighborhood is easily walkable and close to Tuckahoe Village Shopping Center and Tuckahoe Village Merchants Square shopping center. The close proximity to these two shopping hubs makes it perfect for those who prefer a pedestrian lifestyle as much as the weather allows. There are many single family homes that are quite large in this neighborhood, but that doesn't mean the rent is exorbitant, in fact, it is very reasonable. The vacancy rate is extremely low though, at 0.8 percent, so it is quite difficult but not impossible to find a home to rent.if you want to be located in this area, starting the search early is a must!

Pump Rd/Gayton Rd:Located in the northeastern part of Tuckahoe Village, this adorable neighborhood is dense with tree-lined streets and well-kept yards. The average rental prices in this neighborhood are moderate to high end and once again, the vacancy rate is below 1 percent. Most of the homes in this neighborhood, whether they are stand-alone or row houses, were built between 1970and 1999 with a few more modern apartment buildings along the edges of the neighborhood.

Cloister Dr/Blendon Ln:This densely populated urban neighborhood is very popular for its large homes and row houses. Favored by families for its quiet atmosphere and easily walkable streets, this is another area that seems to be true for the money. The average rental payments in this neighborhood are very affordable, especially given the size of most of the homes. It is perfectly normal to see most people walking to the grocery store or riding their bicycles instead of driving their cars. Commuting to and from work is also pleasant for those who live here, amounting to no more than half an hour on average.

Orkney Rd/Willingham Rd:Located right between Tuckahoe Village and Canterbury, this is another exceptionally beautiful area to live in, but that is not abnormal here. You will find many large, 2-5 bedrooms homes in this neighborhood. When you have a village that has been around since the 1700s, things tend to feel a bit on the historic side. The homes, regardless of when they were built, are obviously well kept with lovingly tended lawns and landscaping. You might think this is the more expensive side of the village, but it is quite affordable. The average rents in this area aren’t as exorbitant as one might expect. Instead, middle of the road is what I would call the prices here. Happily, middle of the road.

Old Compton Rd/Brendonridge Ln: Although it is considered very urban, the neighborhood feels secluded, somewhat suburban, and peaceful. This neighborhood has a healthy representation of all age brackets living within its boundaries. This area of Tuckahoe Village is home to a vibrant group of residents. The vacancy rates are extremely low, just below 1 percent in this neighborhood, so finding a rental available might be quite a challenge.

Living in Tuckahoe

Moving to the Village of Tuckahoe can be a bit of culture shock for anyone unaccustomed to an extremely well established community. Often times, people in this close knit community have known each others' families for generations. This can feel sort of strange to those who aren't familiar with living in an area that has been populated since the colonial times. Fear not! This is actually a good thing, and the people in Tuckahoe are actually very friendly and welcoming to most outsiders!

Living in Tuckahoe
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Moving to the Village of Tuckahoe can be a bit of culture shock for anyone unaccustomed to an extremely well established community. Often times, people in this close knit community have known each others' families for generations. This can feel sort of strange to those who aren't familiar with living in an area that has been populated since the colonial times. Fear not! This is actually a good thing, and the people in Tuckahoe are actually very friendly and welcoming to most outsiders!

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Tuckahoe
"When I'm at home in Virginia, I become more hermit-like. I like my own home." -- Robert Duvall
"When I'm at home in Virginia, I become more hermit-like. I like my own home." -- Robert Duvall

A census designated place located in Henrico County Virginia, the village of Tuckahoe is home to 44,990 residents, all living within 21.78 square miles of each other. It is actually a northwestern suburb of Richmond that is rapidly growing more popular, since many are looking to move a little further out from the city for a bit of peace and quiet. With an elevation of 217 feet above sea level, there is a nice gentle rise and fall of the surrounding countryside that gives this area a rather harmonious and tranquil feel. Tuckahoe is rich with Virginian history and preservation. For example, Thomas Jefferson's boyhood home is located in Tuckahoe, established in 1712! The Tuckahoe Plantation was built on a bluff overlooking the James River Valley and is a stunning statement of historical perseverance over the passage of time. As with the Tuckahoe Plantation, the rest of the village is just as lovingly tended and cared for as a point of pride for the locals. It is easy to understand why those who discover this quaint little village decide to move here and stay.

Moving to Tuckahoe

The best thing to do first is find a realtor or agent who is a local and knows the area like the back of their hand. On the whole, this stunning little village has a vacancy rate of 0.8 percent, so it is imperative that you find someone with an inside track to what is available and what will be becoming available. Any edge you can manage to find will help!

Also, write down a list of things you want in your new place and send an email or fax to your agent. This list should include things like parking, how many bedrooms you would like, washer/dryer connections, central air conditioning and heat, pool,, etc... Don't be afraid to make a long list and then pare it down later, as flexibility demands.

When you actively go to look at prospective rental units and homes, bring all of your information with you, just in case it happens to be the exact one you want. Remember, wasted time is a lost apartment in this Village. Typically, you will need your identification, work history, rental history, and references. You will also need to be prepared to put down security deposits and a pet deposit if you happen to have any critters roaming around. The best time to begin this process is the moment you know you will be moving. Do not delay or drag your feet if you truly hope to find something in Tuckahoe!

Moving to Tuckahoe
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The best thing to do first is find a realtor or agent who is a local and knows the area like the back of their hand. On the whole, this stunning little village has a vacancy rate of 0.8 percent, so it is imperative that you find someone with an inside track to what is available and what will be becoming available. Any edge you can manage to find will help!

Also, write down a list of things you want in your new place and send an email or fax to your agent. This list should include things like parking, how many bedrooms you would like, washer/dryer connections, central air conditioning and heat, pool,, etc... Don't be afraid to make a long list and then pare it down later, as flexibility demands.

When you actively go to look at prospective rental units and homes, bring all of your information with you, just in case it happens to be the exact one you want. Remember, wasted time is a lost apartment in this Village. Typically, you will need your identification, work history, rental history, and references. You will also need to be prepared to put down security deposits and a pet deposit if you happen to have any critters roaming around. The best time to begin this process is the moment you know you will be moving. Do not delay or drag your feet if you truly hope to find something in Tuckahoe!

Neigborhoods of Tuckahoe

As a popping small town, Tuckahoe has a variety of unique neighborhoods from which the prospective renter can choose.

Lauderdale Dr/John Rolfe Pkwy:Tucked into an area chock full of mature shade trees, this gorgeous little neighborhood is very reasonably priced by almost anyone's standards. Excellent for raising a family or just to find some serene peace and quiet, this is a very popular neighborhood with a very short commute to and from work each day. Most locals report traveling less than 30 minutes each day for their commute--not bad at all!

Patterson Ave/Lauderdale Dr:This neighborhood is easily walkable and close to Tuckahoe Village Shopping Center and Tuckahoe Village Merchants Square shopping center. The close proximity to these two shopping hubs makes it perfect for those who prefer a pedestrian lifestyle as much as the weather allows. There are many single family homes that are quite large in this neighborhood, but that doesn't mean the rent is exorbitant, in fact, it is very reasonable. The vacancy rate is extremely low though, at 0.8 percent, so it is quite difficult but not impossible to find a home to rent.if you want to be located in this area, starting the search early is a must!

Pump Rd/Gayton Rd:Located in the northeastern part of Tuckahoe Village, this adorable neighborhood is dense with tree-lined streets and well-kept yards. The average rental prices in this neighborhood are moderate to high end and once again, the vacancy rate is below 1 percent. Most of the homes in this neighborhood, whether they are stand-alone or row houses, were built between 1970and 1999 with a few more modern apartment buildings along the edges of the neighborhood.

Cloister Dr/Blendon Ln:This densely populated urban neighborhood is very popular for its large homes and row houses. Favored by families for its quiet atmosphere and easily walkable streets, this is another area that seems to be true for the money. The average rental payments in this neighborhood are very affordable, especially given the size of most of the homes. It is perfectly normal to see most people walking to the grocery store or riding their bicycles instead of driving their cars. Commuting to and from work is also pleasant for those who live here, amounting to no more than half an hour on average.

Orkney Rd/Willingham Rd:Located right between Tuckahoe Village and Canterbury, this is another exceptionally beautiful area to live in, but that is not abnormal here. You will find many large, 2-5 bedrooms homes in this neighborhood. When you have a village that has been around since the 1700s, things tend to feel a bit on the historic side. The homes, regardless of when they were built, are obviously well kept with lovingly tended lawns and landscaping. You might think this is the more expensive side of the village, but it is quite affordable. The average rents in this area aren’t as exorbitant as one might expect. Instead, middle of the road is what I would call the prices here. Happily, middle of the road.

Old Compton Rd/Brendonridge Ln: Although it is considered very urban, the neighborhood feels secluded, somewhat suburban, and peaceful. This neighborhood has a healthy representation of all age brackets living within its boundaries. This area of Tuckahoe Village is home to a vibrant group of residents. The vacancy rates are extremely low, just below 1 percent in this neighborhood, so finding a rental available might be quite a challenge.

Neigborhoods of Tuckahoe
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As a popping small town, Tuckahoe has a variety of unique neighborhoods from which the prospective renter can choose.

Lauderdale Dr/John Rolfe Pkwy:Tucked into an area chock full of mature shade trees, this gorgeous little neighborhood is very reasonably priced by almost anyone's standards. Excellent for raising a family or just to find some serene peace and quiet, this is a very popular neighborhood with a very short commute to and from work each day. Most locals report traveling less than 30 minutes each day for their commute--not bad at all!

Patterson Ave/Lauderdale Dr:This neighborhood is easily walkable and close to Tuckahoe Village Shopping Center and Tuckahoe Village Merchants Square shopping center. The close proximity to these two shopping hubs makes it perfect for those who prefer a pedestrian lifestyle as much as the weather allows. There are many single family homes that are quite large in this neighborhood, but that doesn't mean the rent is exorbitant, in fact, it is very reasonable. The vacancy rate is extremely low though, at 0.8 percent, so it is quite difficult but not impossible to find a home to rent.if you want to be located in this area, starting the search early is a must!

Pump Rd/Gayton Rd:Located in the northeastern part of Tuckahoe Village, this adorable neighborhood is dense with tree-lined streets and well-kept yards. The average rental prices in this neighborhood are moderate to high end and once again, the vacancy rate is below 1 percent. Most of the homes in this neighborhood, whether they are stand-alone or row houses, were built between 1970and 1999 with a few more modern apartment buildings along the edges of the neighborhood.

Cloister Dr/Blendon Ln:This densely populated urban neighborhood is very popular for its large homes and row houses. Favored by families for its quiet atmosphere and easily walkable streets, this is another area that seems to be true for the money. The average rental payments in this neighborhood are very affordable, especially given the size of most of the homes. It is perfectly normal to see most people walking to the grocery store or riding their bicycles instead of driving their cars. Commuting to and from work is also pleasant for those who live here, amounting to no more than half an hour on average.

Orkney Rd/Willingham Rd:Located right between Tuckahoe Village and Canterbury, this is another exceptionally beautiful area to live in, but that is not abnormal here. You will find many large, 2-5 bedrooms homes in this neighborhood. When you have a village that has been around since the 1700s, things tend to feel a bit on the historic side. The homes, regardless of when they were built, are obviously well kept with lovingly tended lawns and landscaping. You might think this is the more expensive side of the village, but it is quite affordable. The average rents in this area aren’t as exorbitant as one might expect. Instead, middle of the road is what I would call the prices here. Happily, middle of the road.

Old Compton Rd/Brendonridge Ln: Although it is considered very urban, the neighborhood feels secluded, somewhat suburban, and peaceful. This neighborhood has a healthy representation of all age brackets living within its boundaries. This area of Tuckahoe Village is home to a vibrant group of residents. The vacancy rates are extremely low, just below 1 percent in this neighborhood, so finding a rental available might be quite a challenge.

Living in Tuckahoe

Moving to the Village of Tuckahoe can be a bit of culture shock for anyone unaccustomed to an extremely well established community. Often times, people in this close knit community have known each others' families for generations. This can feel sort of strange to those who aren't familiar with living in an area that has been populated since the colonial times. Fear not! This is actually a good thing, and the people in Tuckahoe are actually very friendly and welcoming to most outsiders!

Living in Tuckahoe
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Moving to the Village of Tuckahoe can be a bit of culture shock for anyone unaccustomed to an extremely well established community. Often times, people in this close knit community have known each others' families for generations. This can feel sort of strange to those who aren't familiar with living in an area that has been populated since the colonial times. Fear not! This is actually a good thing, and the people in Tuckahoe are actually very friendly and welcoming to most outsiders!