The Goddin-Taylor house was built in 1820 and is one of the oldest homes in the Jackson Ward Old & Historic District. It was saved from ruin in 1978 and purchased by Historic Richmond Foundation who lovingly saved this notable piece of architecture and RVA history. It has been freshened up for sale as sad owners of over 10 years have been transferred. Walk out English basement with two rooms, ample storage, full bath w/laundry and side hall and stairs to main level. Main Level: Double Parlors, side hall, and galley kitchen Upper Level: Two large rooms w/ample closets, a full bath w/tub and shower and a stair hall. High ceilings, fresh paint, updated appliances, new HVAC, freshly cleaned carpets, and refinished hardwoods elsewhere. Plenty of book storage and 4 total mantles makes this a cozy retreat equidistant between VCU Main and Medical Campuses. The rear garden is amazing to behold and it is a true "city retreat" Surprise outdoor lounge area, patio, rear garden and large hobby shed/studio or potting shed. Expansive deck for entertaining as well. Priced to move quickly Jackson Ward is a very desirable address and new businesses are moving in. Short walk to everything!
Listing courtesy of Long & Foster REALTORS.
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