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Developer Hank Wilton downsizes to 6,200-square-foot home

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This 6,200-square-foot home on Cross Corner Road in Ashland is part of an equestrian estate Hank Wilton’s new home. (PHOTO:

ASHLAND, Va. ( – One well-known Richmond family accounted for two of the three largest residential real estate deals in the region in March.

Developer Hank Wilton and his wife, Cindy, sold “Farvue,” their 26-acre, 10,000-square-foot riverfront property in Goochland County for $3.45 million. That was the biggest single residential sale in the Richmond market last month.

The Wiltons then purchased their new home, a 6,200-square-foot home on 18 acres in Ashland for $1.3 million, the third-highest-priced sale for the month.

Catie Wilton, a Long and Foster associate broker and the Wiltons’ daughter-in-law, represented them in both deals.

“They were just trying to downsize to something more manageable,” she said.

Those weren’t the only big money home sales in March, according to the Central Virginia Regional Multiple Listing Service.

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