UtR 34: Columbia/ 1142 W. Grace Street
Owner: RICHMOND REAL ESTATE GROUP LLC
Mailing Address: PO BOX 4225, RICHMOND, VA 23220
Land Value: $464,000
Improvement Value: $536,000
Total Value: $1,000,000
Located in West Grace Street City Old and Historic District and the Fan Area National Historic District
Columbia is a Flemish-bonded brick residence that was built for Philip Haxall in 1817/18. The two-story,
hipped-roofed structure is distinguished by a handsome symmetrical Federal-style exterior which belies its rather unusual first-floor, Palladian-derived plan. The finely carved interior woodwork and King-of-Prussia marble mantels contribute to its rank as one of the finest surviving Federal-period houses in Richmond. The edifice underwent exterior alterations in 1924 to expand the home of the T.C. Williams School of Law of the University of Richmond. It was at this time that the main entrance was changed to the Grace Street
front and the large classroom wing was added to its north side.
souce: DHR DSS
This building is currently vacant and has changed hands many times is recent years. Does anyone know anything about the owners’ future plans?