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Introducing Boone Homes

So you are wondering Who is Boone Homes? Well, if you have not heard our name, we are certain you have driven past one of our beautiful custom homes in communities like Wyndham, Tarrington, Grey Oaks or Kinloch. Or maybe you have seen our name as an adjective describing a stunning resale home hitting the […]

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Hometown Harvest

8 Mountain Getaways From Richmond, VA

The hot and humid weather has arrived, it must be July in Richmond! There is certainly so much to love about the Richmond area, but by July a lot of us are looking for ways to beat the heat! Luckily, we live in one of the nation’s most beautiful and diverse states, where we have many different […]

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10 Ways to Welcome New Neighbors

Moving to a new community and making a lifestyle change is an exciting endeavor, especially for someone right-sizing into their forever home. A whole new world of possibilities opens up with new neighbors, new fun social events, new resort-style amenities, and things to do around town.  The great news is Cornerstone communities are absolutely the friendliest and most […]

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Juicy News

Customize Our Plans to Personalize Your Boone Home.

Boone Homes has earned a reputation for building top-quality, timeless custom homes in Richmond for almost 30 years. Our commitment to using the highest quality materials and best construction methods, paired with our promise to never cut corners, has made us one of the most trusted builders in our area. But did you know our […]

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The Woodside Worm

Virginia Farm Flavors: Meet Okra Winfrey

Okra may very well be one of the most glamorous crops we have here on the farm. This diva of a vegetable grows so tall that I (a person who measures 5’3” on a good day) have to pull it down almost in half to meet me where I am, all to pluck a few […]

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Virginia Farm Flavors: Green Beans

Food is so much more than just food. It’s community, it’s love, it’s often even a time capsule, holding on to memories of the past. This is especially true for a few food items and recipes in particular. Most of us probably have memories of shucking corn with a beloved grandparent in an effort to […]

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