In the 19th century, Richmond was primarily a farming town and the main industry was iron mining and smelting. Now a quiet town with tree-lined roads and rolling fields, the hub of activity is at the post office, one church and one consolidated school. Principally now a residential community with primary and secondary homes, it boasts beautiful views of farms and orchards. Recreational waters: 226 acre Richmond Pond (shared with Pittsfield) with a town beach and state boat ramp and streams and creeks wind their way throughout the town.
The yellow line represents the dollar value of the new listings entered into the MLS for this area each month. The blue line shows the dollar volume of listings that were marked as sale pending each month and the red line indicates the dollar volume of sold listings each month for this region. If you cursor over the line, you will see the exact number.