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GOOCHLAND COUNTY, Va. ( – A James River mansion tied to one of the most well known names in Richmond real estate is on the market.

The 10,000-square-foot Goochland County home of developer Hank Wilton and his wife, Cindy, was put up for sale in late August. With an asking price of $3.85 million, the estate is among the highest-priced residential listings in the Richmond region.

The property is down a long, winding driveway at 12671 River Road and sits on about 26 acres between the James River Estates and Tuckahoe Plantation subdivisions.

Known as Farvue, the home was built by Wilton’s father, E. Carlton Wilton, in 1956. He founded the Wilton Companies in 1945.

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