James Parkinson House

James Parkinson House, c. 1818 Architectural Style: Federal District: Church Hill North Parkinson was a clerk at Rocketts, the port of Richmond. The present porch is a Victorian alteration. Flemish-bond brick with very simple flat arches over the window reflects the Federal period. This house with its rear addition is one of the more interesting structures in the district.

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