Presenting an exceptional Colonial Revival style ,with adaptions of a New England country home, designed by noted Richmond Architect W.Duncan Lee in the early 1900s. This historic jewel in Richmond s Westhampton area, was one of the first built in this small community now known as the Avenues. From the steep Vermont slate roof to the stately white exterior, it is surrounded by well designed gardens by Charles Gillette. Elegant appointed rooms are preserved and reappointed with todays amenities. This bright sunlit,flowing floor plan offers 3 floors, featuring over 9 ft ceilings, 5 spacious bedrooms, 4.5 baths , Library, Sun rooms, and Bonus areas. In addition this property features a private and separate charming 3 room Guest cottage. Original Garage and garden work area next to ample off street parking. An outstanding home built during a period of Richmond hidden history, and tucked away in its own oasis in the most convenient location. Walking distances to three private schools , churches, Farmers Market, and Libbie and Grove Ave.
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