Welcome to 818 N. 23rd St. in the heart of Richmond's Union Hill neighborhood. Located across the street from Metzger, which won best Richmond restaurant in 2014, and just blocks from the Roosevelt and Union Market, this two-story Italianate rowhouse-style home possesses plenty of Richmond charm and character and is the last remaining structure on the east side of the block. Built in 1910, this home boasts two bedrooms, one & one half baths, and 1,164 sq. ft. of functional space. Features include Brazilian hardwood flooring throughout, large kitchen, fenced-in back yard with shed, and a tankless hot water heater. In 2007, this home won the prestigious ACORN Golden Hammer Award for Best Residential Renovation, with such work on this "meticulous restoration [as] exact duplication of the original porch columns and bracketed cornice, milling the exact dimension of the original exterior clapboards", and more. It was also featured on a TLC special "Flip It Back" in 2007, which detailed the restoration of the home on national television. It also rests just a short walk/bike ride away from MCV/VCU and within close proximity to all things Union Hill and Church Hill. Call us today!
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