This is the square gray house where I have lived… and written all my books, with the exception of “Life and Gabriella” Ellen Glasgow Words fail to describe the true significance of the Ellen Glasgow House. Built in 1841, the property is listed as both a Virginia Historic Landmark and a National Historic Landmark. “The…Read more "History of the Ellen Glasgow House – Richmond VA"
Edgewood: A piece of history with a bright future….
You may have noticed one of our newest listings, Edgewood, located at 5436 Hopkins Road. It’s a beautiful, historic property that has been thoughtfully expanded and updated in recent years to accommodate more modern tastes while respecting the character of the original architecture. Speaking of the original architecture, I thought it might be nice to…Read more "Edgewood: A piece of history with a bright future…."
Richmond VA Origins – The City of Resilience
From its humble beginnings in 1607 when a determined group of 120 men led by John Smith made the 10-day trek from Jamestown, VA to the highest navigable point of the James River, Richmond has long found itself as the center of attention in the mid-Atlantic region. With universally known and historically significant residents such…Read more "Richmond VA Origins – The City of Resilience"