2328 W Grace Street – Richmond
Well appointed and renovated rowhouse in the Historic West Grace Street District. Open and spacious feel with 11? ceilings, original architectural details, extensive moldings & casings, hardwoods, renovated kitchen with stone floor, KraftMaid cabinets, granite countertops, double gas oven, 2014 appliances, 2014 Central AC, detached brick garage with loft storage space, private rear deck, and wonderful shade trees and established landscaping. Great block of West Grace and easy access to the Museums, Shopping, and dining!
The Grace Street Commercial Historic District is a national historic district located in Richmond, Virginia. The district encompasses 93 contributing buildings located in downtown Richmond. The buildings reflect the core of the city’s early 20th century retail development and the remnants of a 19th-century residential neighborhood. The buildings are in a variety of popular 19th century and early 20th century architectural styles including Classical Revival, Mission Revival, International Style, and Colonial Revival. Notable buildings include the Administration and Equipment Building for the Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Company (1929), Thalhimer’s Department Store, Atlantic Life Building (1950-1959), Miller & Rhodes Department Store, Berry-Burk Building, former W. W. Foster Studios (1927), Bank of Virginia (1949), Investment Realty Company building (1930), W.T. Grant Store (1939), Hotel John Marshall (1927), Franklin Federal Savings and Loan building (1954), and the Tompkins House (1820). Located in the district and separately listed are the Loew’s Theatre, Centenary United Methodist Church, Joseph P. Winston House, Central National Bank, and National Theater.
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