Holden Rhodes House Restoration – Richmond VA

Description

The City of Richmond, Virginia utilized Civil Works Administration funds to restore the Holden Rhodes House, a ca. 1840 Greek Revival granite house. An inappropriate addition of a two-story wraparound porch was removed and new porches constructed. In addition, handrails were restored to the steps leading to the house.

Source notes

Forest Hill Park National Register of Historic Places nomination form, prepared by Monica Rumsey and Debra McClane

Project originally submitted by Katherine Scott on December 24, 2014.

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Location Info


4021 Forest Hill Avenue
Richmond, Virginia 23225

Location notes: Forest Hill Park, approximate location

Coordinates: 37.519276, -77.472709

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