Historical Homes

2410 Venable St. 
Richmond, VA 23223
The Adam Miller House


This house was built for the widow Margaret Snyder in 1894. She later sold it to Jason Nolde, a baker whose shop was at 26th and Broad Streets.

2520 E Franklin St.
Richmond, VA 23223
The Anthony Turner House


The Anthony Turner House is believed to be the oldest house still standing in Church Hill. This property underwent a total historic restoration, preserving architectural elements while upgrading to 21st century livability! The property was built from 1803-1810 and is located in the St. John’s Church Historic District with additional wings being built in 1813 and post-Civil War.

606 N 27th St. 
Richmond, VA 23223
The Snyder-Nolde House


Circa 1824, the Adam Miller house is the oldest standing structure in the Union Hill historic district. This beautiful historic home has been carefully restored and well maintained.

3719 Susie Dr.
North Dinwiddie, VA
 The Mansfield Plantation


Lovingly restored home Circa 1740 has the same footprint today as it did 280 yrs ago. Built by prominent merchant, Roger Atkinson, and home to historical figures Elizabeth Keckley & Hugh Garland. It is the perfect blend of 21st century conveniences and incredible history. It has original wainscoting, multi member crown, wide plank heart pine floors, federal mantel pieces, and an exposed Flemish bond brick chimney.

1130 N 28th St. Richmond, VA 23223
Beckstoffer House


Formerly the home of the Beckstoffer family who owned the mill down the street, this spacious home was recently updated to all the comforts of a modern home!

4408 Government Rd. Richmond, VA 23223





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