One of the Fan's most original houses with a rich and interesting history, this gracious home is offered for the first time since the mid 1970's. Before Monument Avenue became the place to live, there was the Lower End of Grove Avenue where in the 1890's some of Richmond's most expensive homes were constructed for a number of the leading citizens of the City. Improvements over the years include an Otis three story elevator, a mint julep sipping parlor on the side, a two story carriage house with an unfinished second floor game room and even a Prohibition era concealed cellar! Lovingly maintained and restored by the current owner, including many original architectural elements, there was a separate bedroom for each of five children and several extra rooms, so you will not run out of space. This is truly a grand home and will be a showplace for any future owner. LOVE WHERE YOU LIVE!
Listing courtesy of RE/MAX Commonwealth.
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