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8000 Brook Road
Richmond, VA 23227
Phone: 804-521-5571
Fax: 804-553-3317

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Heading West on Parham Road (from I-95)
Take the Parham Road West exit from I-95.
At the second traffic light, make a left turn onto Brook Road.
Enter the Villa campus through the Main Gate on the right, directly in front of the chapel.

Heading East on Parham Road (from J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College)
Enter the campus through the Parham Road Gate, on the right before the intersection with Brook Road.

Heading South on Brook Road (from Virginia Center Commons)
Cross Parham Road and enter the Villa campus through the Main Gate on the right.

Heading North on Brook Road (from the City of Richmond)
Make a left turn onto Villa campus through the Main Gate.

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