All of ACORN’s plans to save 814 North 21st Street have fallen through. The owner is now willing to sell for as little as $15,000 to avoid demolition.
ADDRESS: 814 N. 21st Street
STATE & FEDERAL HISTORIC DISTRICT: Union Hill
BUILDING PERMIT: Active and in place, ready to continue work for complete renovation
FLOOR PLANS: Complete and Approved for construction by the City of Richmond
HISTORIC TAX CREDITS: Application approved for the Part 1, Evaluation of Significance and preliminary approval for reconstruction plans for the rear section of the house
ENGINEERING: Complete for the house and the retaining wall to the north
The rear of the house has been partially removed in order to stabilize this section. The north wall can be reconstructed and tied in with the remaining south and west walls, and construction of interior framing can commence after this reconstruction. There is a failing retaining wall that will eventually have to be braced or replaced.
This brick Italianate house is located in the Union Hill State & Federal Historic District. The
owner must sell and will entertain any offer. A.C.O.R.N. has worked to save this house and initially arranged the sale to the current owner through our Option Property Program in 2007.
SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY
There is no time to waste in continuing work on this historic house in Richmond, Virginia to compete its restoration and save another unique piece of history.
For additional information or to make an offer, please contact David Herring (804) 644-5040 or Jeffery Kuhn at (540) 250-5773.