Adam Tuck is a licensed realtor and home renovation specialist. I am currently the Director of Construction with Cobblestone Development Group. I have extensive knowledge with real estate investment and building strategies. Before being involved in real estate, I earned a Finance and Business degree from East Carolina University where I also pole vaulted at a division 1 level and led as a team captain.
As a life long resident of Richmond, Alice knows the entire Richmond area like the back of her hand! She has been a full time agent in the Real Estate industry for over 15 years, receiving a distinguished achiever award annually. Her service philosophy is to educate each of her clients with knowledge of our local Real Estate market, helping clients to understand the unique processes of the Real Estate transaction, advising them on decision making tasks, and making sure that their interests are protected from the beginning to end.
Alyssa Larkin was born and raised in Richmond, Virginia, and graduated from James Madison University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English. She lived in Philadelphia after graduating from college, and then moved back only to fall in love with Richmond all over again. Alyssa spent several years in Marketing and Client Services until she realized she had a passion for Real Estate, and a desire to be more active with helping people. She is committed to providing the highest customer service, tailored to each individual. Her experience in Marketing provides a great framework for getting your house the broadest attention. If you are looking to buy a home, Alyssa will do whatever it takes to find the perfect house for you and your family. She will do her best to make sure this exciting time stays exciting, and you are comfortable throughout the entire process. When you’re ready to buy or sell a home, contact Alyssa for the most positive experience possible!
Ben Cox is a licensed realtor and architect with Marcellus Wright Cox Architects, a full-service architectural firm in Richmond, Virginia, with professional expertise in architecture, planning, programming, site selection and evaluation, urban design, interior design and historic preservation. Founded in 1912, their building design and land planning have included projects such as libraries and municipal buildings, museums and visitors centers, facilities for more than 30 colleges, universities and preparatory schools, and renovations and restorations for community and historic preservation societies.
Betsy grew up in Richmond. She attended Marymount High School and graduated from the University of Dayton Ohio with a BS in Special Education. She worked in retail for 30+ years and rose to Store Manager for both Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s. In 2004, she decided to go into real estate because of her love for architecture, sales and customer service. She has lived in the Fan District since 1978, and bought her first home on Park Avenue. She has represented Buyers and Sellers of homes in Richmond, which include the Fan and Museum Districts, Henrico, Chesterfield and Hanover Counties, and specializes in old and historic homes. Her love of philanthropy and giving back includes many Volunteer and Community positions including: Fan District Association President 2011-2012, Fan Woman’s Club President 2005-2006, The Historic Richmond Women’s Council, Board of Directors for the Branch House 2013-2016, current Fan District Adopt A Tree Chairperson and a MCV Hospital Volunteer.
Bill has been a licensed real estate agent with Long and Foster for over 14 years. He graduated with a BA in History from William and Mary, and a BA in History and Political Science from Georgia State University. He currently owns Richmond Wine Station in Scotts Addition. He is also the Club Manager of Two Rivers Country Club, the former General Manager of Old Town Club, the former Director of Club Operations at The Landing Club, and former House Manager at The Country Club of Virginia.
Brenda is member of the Cobblestone Development Team at Long and Foster. She brings with her 15 plus years of varied real estate experience; providing in-depth knowledge of home warranties, both resale residential and new construction, along with relocation, and listing and closing coordination for top producers in the Chesterfield and Richmond areas.
Courtney Wright was born and raised in Henrico, Virginia. She is a fourth generation Richmonder who has many family ties to the area.
Courtney graduated from Deep Run High School and James Madison University where she received her Bachelors of Social Work degree. After graduating from James Madison, Courtney moved to the Museum District where she works for a Richmond nonprofit as a home visitor in Richmond’s northside.
Growing up in the Short Pump area, living downtown, working in North Richmond, and taking advantage of every adventure Richmond has to offer has allowed Courtney to gain an extensive knowledge of the area she serves.
Courtney’s passion and experience of serving others, her strong work ethic, attention to detail, and her ability to listen and communicate effectively, provide her clients unmatched personal service for the best representation possible in real estate.
After graduating from William and Mary in 2004, Danny broke into the field of real estate as a mortgage loan officer. He quickly learned he has a passion for the industry and as a member of Strawberry Street, Long and Foster is eager to help you with all of your real estate needs. Danny lives right around the corner from the strawberry street office and as owner of a residential property, multiple rental properties, and a farm, Danny is ready to handle it all.
In his spare time Danny enjoys a card game with friends, fly fishing for rainbow trout on his property in Rockbridge county, and as an ex wide receiver at William and Mary, still likes to attempt to be athletic.
Dennis is a native of Richmond. His formative years were spent living in the Fan District before moving to Henrico County where he graduated from Hermitage High School. Afterward, he went on to receive his undergraduate and graduate degrees from Virginia Commonwealth University. In 2006, he started a second career in real estate after working for thirty-four years as a counselor and ultimately, director of the Virginia Rehabilitation Center for the Blind and Vision Impaired. Dennis’ experience in working with people and extensive knowledge of Richmond makes him particularly qualified in assisting clients with their real estate needs. He loves sharing his knowledge of Richmond with first-time homebuyers, as well as newcomers to the area. His wife, Sara, is the owner of Sheppard Street Antiques, located in Richmond’s premier shopping district, Carytown. It’s a great shop for finding unique home furnishings and accessories, garden items, and all sorts of different, special gifts. Dennis has been a long time resident of the Northside area, having lived in both the Bellevue and Ginter Park neighborhoods. He is active in the Lewis Ginter Residents Association and his home was featured on the 2007 Ginter Park Home Tour. Dennis has received his Accredited Buyer Representative (ABR) and Senior Real Estate Specialists (SRES) certifications and looks forward to working with buyers and sellers and meeting all their real estate needs in a caring and trustworthy manner.
A career REALTOR® affiliated with National Association of Realtors since 2001, I hold a bachelors degree in business administration and a designation of Seniors Real Estate Specialist from the Seniors Real Estate Council since 2012.
During my 14-year real estate career, many of my clients have been involved in major relocations into and out of the National Capital Area. Primarily I serve the areas of Arlington, Fairfax County, Henrico County, Prince William County, Richmond City, Spotsylvania County and Stafford. I also founded FKS Associates, a communications and marketing services group that provides support to non-profits, educational institutions, local government and general business community in expanding their social media and marketing initiatives.
Married over 30 years, and a resident of northern Virginia since 1983, my husband and I are the proud parents of 3 sons, whose productive lives began in the public schools of Fairfax and Prince William Counties. Two sons are graduates of the Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond Virginia, and serve as consultants to FKS Associates.
Aside from my career and family life, I have a passion for serving the community. Beginning with church involvement when our children were young, I later volunteered in school activities, community rec programs and was elected to the Board of Directors of Franconia Forest and Ashland Homeowner associations. More recently I began serving as a Prince William County Board of Elections officer. I also support membership and donor drive of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, the American Red Cross and the National Marrow Donor Program.
References are available upon request.
Heather grew up in the world of New York City Real Estate. As her father’s assistant in his successful Brokerage firm, she learned the importance of being a trusted advisor to her clients and how to negotiate the best deals for them. Heather combines the determined savvy of Manhattan with the friendly charm of her adopted home of Richmond, VA.
Heather has found her forever home in this gem of a city and wants to help her clients find theirs. Her friendly and outgoing style encourages easy personal connections, bringing buyers and sellers together. She has a confident yet kind approach that facilitates easy negotiations. A strong ethical code shapes all of her interactions. Whether buying or selling, she wants her clients to realize their dreams and make their next house the perfect home. Working with me, you’ll also gain the backing of the Long Foster family of Realtors.
Heather lives in the classic Richmond Neighborhood of Ginter Park with her husband and three children. She is committed to her volunteer work as a tutor for at-risk children and supports local animal shelters in Richmond.
Holly attended Virginia Tech University for her undergraduate degree and Virginia Commonwealth University for her Masters in Global Marketing. Holly has experienced various roles and responsibilities including Membership Director, Private Event Director and Restaurant Manager while working with many luxury communities. She joined the Viniterra team in 2008 and enjoys being part of such an exciting and unique project. “I have been a part of some wonderful projects over the years, but Viniterra is truly something special”.
“When I first started renovating historic homes in 2006, I became aware of the care and pride that the original builders had taken in their work. Quality construction materials, architectural details and thoughtful design are all part of those wonderful old Richmond homes I grew up around and then helped bring back to life. Today, as a builder, my vision is to create new homes with the same level of craftsmanship as their vintage counterparts.” -- Jay McGee, founder of JLM Custom Homes
JLM Custom Homes is quality-driven and dedicated to providing our clients with a positive experience throughout the home-building and renovation process. We utilize specialized subcontractors who focus on making our clients’ dream homes a reality. The vast majority of our customers come through personal referrals from satisfied clients.
As custom home builders, we can build a home to match your lifestyle. As renovators, we can bring new life to your home. Whether you have a style in mind or would like to select from JLM’s semi-custom design floor plans, we work with you to create a home that fits your unique vision.
JLM Custom Homes is licensed and insured and is a registered Class A Contractor with the State of Virginia, License #2705163443.
I have been active in the real estate business for over thirty years. In 1996 I was the recipient of the Adrien Bendheim award for the Richmond Association of Realtors, which acknowledges the Outstanding Realtor of the Year. For the last twenty-five or more years my production levels have qualified me for the RAR's Distinguished Achiever levels, and one year made the top-ten list of REALTORS in the RAR in production. Having been active in the residential real estate business since 1979, I enjoy excellent working relationships within the real estate community.
I have been a student at Virginia Commonwealth University, the local university, for over twenty years taking one course each semester. The courses in Architectural History are of particular interest to me. I have completed all of the graduate courses in Architectural History and Urban Design and Planning to fulfill the requirements for the Certificate in Preservation that is offered by VCU. In June of 2011 I received a Bachelor’s Degree in Art History from VCU and my original undergraduate degree is a B. S. in Business Administration from Bryant University in Rhode Island.
My husband is a retired professor of American Literature at the university and we have four grown children and nine grandchildren. Having grown up on the east end of Long Island, going to college in Providence, Rhode Island, and living in Chicago and upstate New York before coming to Virginia, I developed a great appreciation for architecture and urban living.
I moved to Richmond in 1966 and have read many books on Richmond history and culture. Studying Richmond’s rich architecture is an avocation of mine. I particularly enjoy showing Richmond to newcomers and sharing my knowledge of local history and lore. I enjoy my work and career immensely, and continue to grow and change with the industry. Long and Foster provides a great network of colleagues, technology, and marketing opportunities and I have enjoyed working with Long and Foster for the last sixteen years.
Jean M. Longest Facts
Member of Long and Foster's Gold Team
Member of the Founder's Club at Long and Foster
Served two terms on the Board of Directors of the Richmond Association of Realtors
Over twenty years in the business
Headed the "Consider the City" program several years ago
Co Managing Broker of my office
Joanne joined Long and Foster Strawberry Street after a successful career in accounting. Initially working for a public accounting firm and obtaining her CPA license she went on to work in the private sector as an Assistant Controller in the hotel industry in Washington D.C., later relocating to Richmond, Virginia performing accounting and tax work in the home building business. She has resided with her family in the Richmond area for the past twenty- five years.
Because of Joanne’s accounting background, her familiarity with the area, knowledge about the marketplace and experience in buying and selling property she is the ideal Realtor for homebuyers. Joanne's enthusiasm and knowledge of Richmond benefit first-time and experienced buyers as well as individuals relocating to the area.
If you know of anyone looking to buy or sell a home, please call or e-mail Joanne.
Jolanda planted her roots in Richmond in 1999 and is always excited to share her enthusiasm for the city that she now calls home. Having graduated from the University of Montenegro in Europe with a degree in graphic arts, Jolanda has always held a strong appreciation for design and architecture. That appreciation along with Jolanda’s long standing passion for helping people has led her to a very successful career in real estate. As an agent with Long & Foster, Jolanda consistently performs at a recognition club level. Prior to joining Long & Foster, Jolanda worked several years as a graphic designer followed by a career as an advertising project manager. It was largely through that experience that she learned her softhearted consultative approach and her strong negotiating skills would translate well to other areas of interest. As a real estate agent Jolanda’s unique background has proven to be extremely valuable for her clients and even her co-workers as they often rely on her artistic nature and spatial understanding to visualize the best potential of each home. Jolanda works out of Long & Foster’s Strawberry Street office in Richmond’s trendy Fan District. She specifically chose this location because it had a small boutique feel and gave her a more personalized sense of client service. When asked if that atmosphere has helped to add to her success Jolanda answered with the following….. “Real estate isn’t just about homes it’s about people. I’ve been successful because I treat people the same way I’d want to be treated. It’s important to me that I take the time to really get to know each of my clients in order to truly understand what’s going to fill their specific needs. This is especially critical when you’re working with people who are relocating from other cities and don’t have a lot of time to spend researching every neighborhood to find the perfect home. By taking a little time up front we always have a better chance of finding the best fit in the shortest amount of time.” Jolanda and her husband, Mark, currently live in a beautifully refurbished home in Richmond’s charming Byrd Park neighborhood. As an active member of her community, Jolanda volunteers her time with the Byrd Park Civic League where she is currently the Vice President. Jolanda and her colleagues in the Byrd Park Civic League have been instrumental in helping to secure city funding for multiple projects geared toward the betterment of the Park and its surrounding neighborhoods. Awards (recent): Long & Foster 2004 President’s 2005, 2006, 2007 Chairman’s Club Richmond Association of Realtors 2005 Platinum 2006 Silver 2007 Gold Languages: Italian (fluent) Serbo-Croatian (fluent) Bosnian (fluent Croatian (fluent)
Josh Romano is the founder and owner of Cobblestone Development Group. Josh has worked in construction since childhood, on site learning flooring, electric, and all things home-building. His momentum has brought him to the forefront of the Richmond housing market.
Since its inception, Josh has lead Cobblestone to renovate, build, and outfit over $6 million in total construction. As a Licensed Residential Real Estate Agent specializing in investments, he has participated, completed, sold and owned over $50 million of real estate.
Outside of his business Josh is a dedicated husband to Breese, father to two amazing kids and a goldendoodle.
Breese is the queen of Cobblestone’s castle. Not only is she the mother of two beautiful children, she’s the head of our home design, and a licensed realtor. From a young age, she began her love for home interiors, going to her grandmother's house and comb through all of her Veranda magazines, dog ear pages and design future houses from each magazine.
Today, her design philosophy is: comfortable, clean, classic, livable. It’s no secret that her favorite feature in a home is the lighting. She believes if you have a great light fixture it can become the focal point to draw inspiration for the rest of the room's design. Breese puts this philosophy to work in her work for Cobblestone, which always feature bright and open spaces that we all love.
Landon is a Realtor and the Marketing Director of Cobblestone Development Group. He has over 9 years of marketing experience. He graduated from James Madison University with a Bachelor of Business Administration. He also volunteers for Habitat for Humanity and the Big Brother Big Sister Foundation.
Lily Cameron is a licensed physician and a licensed Realtor in the State of Virginia. She temporarily put her career in medicine on hold to raise her 4 children. It was during this time that she developed an interest in real estate and investment property. Lily began her real estate career with Hometown Realty in Hanover County, Virginia. Her growing desire to be involved with the revitalization of Richmond led her to join Josh and Breese Romano at Cobblestone Development. Lily embraces her role as the Business Manager at Cobblestone Development and is excited for their recent affiliation with Long and Foster. Lily enjoys all aspects of real estate including but not limited to buying/selling investment property. When not at work, she greatly enjoys spending time involved in a variety of activities with her children and her husband.
Maegan graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2005 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts. She resides with her husband and two year old son in Salisbury, where they are currently renovating their own home. Maegan is an active member of the Rotary Club of Richmond and volunteers her time with Feed More and Meals on Wheels
Meredith grew up in Winston-Salem, NC and has since lived in TN, GA, and VA. After graduating from Milligan College in TN with a Master's degree in Early Childhood Development and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Elementary Education, she taught elementary school for 14 years. When she and her family moved to Richmond, they fell in love with the historic homes in the Northside and worked with Cobblestone Development Group to renovate a 1920's home in Battery Park. You may have seen the renovation on the HGTV pilot episode of Richmond Rehabbers! Meredith was so inspired by the renovation process that she decided to pursue a career in real estate and joined the Cobblestone sales team. She has a passion for guiding home buyers through the process of finding their dream homes. Outside of real estate, Meredith enjoys exploring Richmond and spending time with her family, which includes her husband Rich, daughter Elly, and Welsh Terrier named Carolina.
Patrick has over 10 years of experience in the real estate industry. At the early age of 19, he received his real estate license. While becoming one of the top sales agents at his firm, he obtained his B.S. in Real Estate and Urban Development at Virginia Commonwealth University. Patrick and his wife moved into Viniterra in 2012. He enjoys spending time with family and friends, while struggling to get his handicap in the single digits.
Robin joined Long and Foster Strawberry Street after a successful career in the medical device industry that spanned 30 years. She worked for several industry leaders, such as, Boston Scientific, Pfizer and US Surgical in management, training, marketing and sales. Robin was born and raised in Richmond living in the far west end, Mechanicsville, the Fan and she now resides in the Northside in Ginter Park. Robin attended Hermitage High School, then earned her BBA from Georgia State University, Cum Laude.
Robin has a reputation for being direct and knowledgeable about the market conditions, properties, and specializes in getting to know her client’s wishes, needs and desires. She is acutely aware of the magnitude of purchasing or selling your home and has a way to make it less stressful and even fun and exciting. Robin has great vision about historic properties and knows good “bones” when she sees them. She has the ability to help her buyers see the value in a property and how it may be their dream home.
When Robin is not working, she has a passion for traveling. She has owned a 36’ sailboat and has captained it single hand on many trips. She raced and taught women to race on her boat and won several races in her class. Today, she enjoys traveling in her Airstream with two Portuguese Water Dogs. Robin and her dog Dory are training and planning to compete in agility and she is working with Dory to become a therapy dog.
“Robin Levey is one in a million. She is a no nonsense, honest, caring, straight shooter and highly effective professional who delivers above and beyond your expectations. I would give Robin my highest recommendation!” Kim S, Robin’s client
Susan Cullen has been a highly successful Realtor for over thirty years. She, in addition, has extensive experience as a Sales & Marketing Director, award winning Model Home Decorator and respected Teacher. These skills translate especially well into the real estate world and enhance many aspects of her career.
Whether they are first-time or experienced buyers or newly relocating to Richmond, or sellers, Susan's expertise and thorough knowledge of the Richmond area shines through. Because her business takes her to all parts of Richmond, she has her finger on the pulse of the market.
Although Susan lived the majority of her youth in a small Virginia town, she was born in New York and lived on Long Island as a young child. After graduating from high school, Susan went to Cincinnati, Ohio for college. She has loved making Richmond her home most of her adult life.
Licensed Realtor since 1984
Licensed Broker since 1990
GRI, Graduate Realtor Institute Designation
RRI, Relocation Specialist
CSA, Certified Site Agent designation for new construction
Membe of NAR, VAR, RAR
Active member of the community
Mentor to students in the Richmond Public Schools
Long & Foster Realtors
- 2004,2005,2007 Founder's Club
- 2006,2008,2009,2010,2011,2012,2013 Chairman's Club
Richmond Association of Realtors
- 2005,2007,2010,2011,2012,2013 Emerald
- 2006,2008 Platinum
- 2009 Silver
Susan J. Cullen Facts
GRI, Graduate Realtor Institute
CSA, Certified Site Agent
RRI, Relocation Designation
Licensed as a Realtor since 1984
Specializes in Relocations
Works With First Time Home Buyers
Stephen Wesson is a Realtor with Long & Foster/Christie's International Real Estate in the Williamsburg office located in New Town. Born in Washington, DC, his family eventually moved to Williamsburg, Virginia, where he was a product of the Williamsburg-James City County public school system having attended Matthew Whaley, Bruton Heights, James Blair and Lafayette. Wesson's upbringing exposed him to all facets of the real estate industry at an early age. His family owned a successful residential construction company and developed many neighborhoods in Greater Williamsburg area. Stephen went on to attend Hampden-Sydney College before graduating from The University of Georgia with a degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology. Following graduation, Wesson lived in London, England where he worked for a public relations firm before returning to the states. Prior to working with Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc., Stephen was employed by Smithfield Foods and Enterprise Rent-A-Car where he obtained 20 plus years of experience in sales, marketing and management.
In addition to his extensive knowledge of the Williamsburg area, Stephen purchased, renovated, rehabilitated a couple dozen homes in the Williamsburg & Central Virginia markets. Wesson, growing up in Kingsmill, is a lover of the founding historic James River, and he spends much of his time between his family home in Kingsmill and his city apartment in Richmond at Rocketts Landing.
Stephen is an avid runner and has participated in many 5k & 10k races. He is lucky enough to have finished a half marathon in 2013. During his free-time he enjoys travel, good wine, eating at new restaurants and searching for new pieces of art for his collection. Stephen has been on the Board of Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden since 2008 and has chaired multiple events raising funds for the garden.
Yuri moved to Richmond, VA from Arlington, VA five years ago. She studied Business Administration at John Tyler and proceeded to work for the Department of Taxation. With encouragement from her husband she decided to launch her career in real estate. As they both felt it would be an excellent fit for both her skills and personality. In her free time Yuri loves to spend time with her family. She is actively involved in the Latino Community where she volunteers for the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and Virginia Latino Advisory Board. Grateful for the opportunity to call Richmond home, Yuri loves to welcome new residents to Richmond as if it were her own.