Sometimes, finding the perfect house can take a lot longer than you might expect. For 18 years, Scot and Janet Morris lived in a Colonial Revival-style house in western Henrico County. It was an attractive house in a good location, but it looked a lot like the other houses around it, Scot said.
By most measures, the Carter Oaks development in western Henrico County isn’t large. It has just 24 lots. Some of today’s bigger subdivisions have individual sections larger than that. Even now, though, 30 years after construction began there, five lots remain to be sold.
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