New Kent County is a largely rural county located in the eastern part the Commonwealth of Virginia. With nearby wineries and plantations, New Kent County is an ideal place for a more rustic lifestyle.
Located within the Commonwealth of Virginia and part of the Greater Richmond Region, New Kent County is bordered by the York River to the north, Charles City to the south, Williamsburg to the east and Henrico to the west. New Kent County is adjacent to Hanover, James City, King & Queen and King William counties. Unincorporated communities within New Kent County include, Baltimore Crossing, Barhamsville, Bottoms Bridge, Eltham and Lanexa. New Kent County is predominately rural with nearby wineries and plantations, making it an ideal place for those looking for a more rustic lifestyle.Read More ▾
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Population by Age Level. Median Age 45.89. Households: 8,688.
In Thousand of Dollars. (Median Income: $80,860)
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