Residential, Company Headquarters, Hospitality and/or development opportunity in the heart of Richmond's Historic District. This is a National and Virginia Historic Landmark property and as such has easements which can be found in the supplements. Built in 1841, this elaborate Greek Revival Mansion still retains all of its original details. Turn the charming carriage house and the English basement into rental units. 14-foot ceilings, hanging stair and beautiful proportions round out this two-story, rectangular brick structure with a hipped roof and interior chimneys. It was the residence of the Pulitizer Prize winning Ellen Glasgow from 1887-1945. A rectangular ell was added to the rear of the house in approximately 1900. The carriage house stands behind this extension. Please see floor plan in supplements. Also available is a 36-car parking lot adjacent to this property. While the seller wishes not to sell the lot util the house is sold, it remains one of the few undeveloped parcels in the district and can be creatively combined with the house as a development opportunity for a restaurant, corporate headquarters, caterers, breweries, short term rentals and retail to name a few.
Listing courtesy of Shaheen Ruth Martin & Fonville.
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