Located at 1825 Monument Avenue in Richmond, Virginia, is a home brimming with history. Built in 1907, the home is on Richmond’s Fan District’s National Register of Historic Places. The colonial-revival style home was one of the first of it’s kind to be built on that block in the city and is less than half a mile from the Robert E. Lee memorial statue. Sitting on a cobblestone street that’s lined with historical properties, 1825 Monument Avenue stands out above the rest due to the architect’s attention to intricate detailing. Vermont granite steps that lead up the columned porch, topped with a speaker’s balcony, give a glimpse of what this property has to offer a potential buyer. But let’s see what more is in store by taking a tour of the inside. Check out the video below!
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