A rare opportunity to own an architect-designed, Colonial Revival mansion on the street once considered Richmond's 5th Avenue. Designed by Otis Asbury, one of the city's most creative architects of the 1910s and 1920s, this 4,600-sf home is a standout. 1st floor features 2 formal parlors, including 1 flanked by classical columns, as well as a formal dining room and a remodeled kitchen with a GE Profile cooktop, Fisher/Paykel dishwasher and Sub-Zero refrigerator. With wide doorways, pocket doors and French doors, it's perfect for entertaining. 2nd floor features 4 bedrooms, one of which has direct entry to the master and can be used as a private sitting room. 3rd floor: a large, multipurpose room with a designer closet and Mitsubishi mini-split. Striking staircase with stained-glass panel. 5 fireplaces, 10 antique chandeliers. 31/2 baths and lots of storage, including a walk-through closet under the front staircase. Buderus tankless gas hot water heater/boiler. Trane 2-zone AC. Recent improvements: an upstairs laundry with a new, vented GE washer/dryer; a remodeled master bath; and a new two-car garage with an upstairs, as well as new porches over the brick-walled rear garden.
Listing courtesy of BHHS PenFed Realty.
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