Superintendent’s House

Year Built: 1894

Architectural Style: Queen Anne

District: Hollywood Cemetery [Entrance]

Wirt Chesterman designed this house to replace an older structure used by the cemetery superintendent. The house was built for $4,000. It was slated for demolition after it had fallen into disrepair. Historic Richmond facilitated the renovation of the building by finding a developer and lending money for the restoration. It has been converted into apartments.

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