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Eight local properties facing tax auction

Motley’s will be hosting the 2016 City of Richmond Tax Delinquent Sale on Tuesday, August 23, 2016, at 4:00 PM.

The preliminary list includes 23 properties, eight of which are in the East End. Of the eight, two are from the collection of vacant lots once associated with the Temple of Judah and at least one is a Stacey Martin/Donald Lacey house. Six of the eight properties are vacant lots, at least 4 which have seen a house demolished in the past 10 years.

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1802 North 23rd Street
1802 North 23rd Street

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606 North 29th Street
606 North 29th Street (BEFORE)

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816 N 22nd Street
816 N 22nd Street (BEFORE)

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2121 Venable Street
2121 Venable Street

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1007 North 33rd Street
1007 North 33rd Street

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1218 North 24th Street
1218 North 24th Street (BEFORE)

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1320 North 34th Street
1320 North 34th Street

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1717 North 21st Street
1717 North 21st Street

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P.Mayo 10/27/2017 at 3:19 PM Reply
Before and after on 33rd Street - Church Hill People's News | Richmond, Virginia 11/10/2017 at 8:58 AM

[…] house at 1007 North 33rd Street, built in 1962 and once one of our “100 Vacant Houses”, sold at tax auction in late 2016. The house has been renovated and is now for sale for […]

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