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Very cool. Thanks for posting! If I were a rich man, I’d love to live there.

Kentucky Fried
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Very interesting history it is a joy to live in a place with so much history documented. It seems ChurchHill was deeply involved in Richmond history

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Funny how many houses on the Hill look alike on the inside. Almost interchangeable. The Fan too.

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I took the tour yesterday. The place is awesome but man does it need some work. If I had a big pile of money I’d scoop that thing up and do it right. It’s a project and I hope it lands in the right hands.

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@4 – can you give a little more details about what kind of work it needs?

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It needs a lot of updating…bathrooms, kitchens, plumbing, electrical, HVAC, etc. and a ton of cosmetic stuff.

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It’s the kind of house that you could easily drop a $100K into and never see it. Doing this one right would be a few hundred thousand dollar renovation.

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katzenjaammer

That was really cool. Thank you for posting it. I liked the family history and the description of how Libby Prison came to be. I also have seen Frank Cunningham’s headstone in either Hollywood or Shockoe Cemetery (I think Hollywood). It reads, “Richmond’s Sweetest Singer”.

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