1006 W. Franklin Street

Year Built:  c. 1900

Architectural Style:  Queen Anne with Georgian Revival porch

District: West Franklin Street Historic District

Historic Richmond has been monitoring 1006 W. Franklin Street for several years. Vacant for a number of years, the building had been allowed to deteriorate and accumulate multiple code violations. It is a contributing building in the West Franklin Street Historic District and boasts a Brownstone base and with pressed brick façade and three-story bay windows.

The property was acquired by the City of Richmond in May 2014. Historic Richmond will be working with the City to find a qualified owner.

Updated July 26, 2016: After much due process and paperwork, this property is finally going to be sold to a new owner! This property will be auctioned on Tuesday, August 23, 2016 at Motleys as part of the 2016 City of Richmond Tax Delinquent Sale. For more information, click here.

Update: Restored.

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Rebecca Redington

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