Richmond (Va.). Dept. of Planning and Community Development
Original Description (From Book)
Originally built in 1817 and extensively altered in the 1840’s, this house is one of the most interesting in the Ward. Begun as a federal farmhouse by William Young, it was purchased by Addoph [i.e. Addolph] Dill in 1844. His daughter, Mrs. Thomas Barham, lived in the house. It has a Greek Revival entrance and an Italianate cornice crowning the stuccoed facade.
Original Note (From Book)
The Three Hundred Block of Marshall Street contains a large number of pre-Civil War houses, some of which have been altered in unusual ways.
Date of Construction
Type of Building
farmhouses; single-family dwellings
Federal; Greek Revival; Italianate (North American architecture styles)
entrances; cornices; facades
William Young; Addolph Dill; Mrs. Thomas Barham
Historic buildings -- Virginia -- Richmond -- Pictorial works; Architecture -- Virginia -- Richmond -- Pictorial works; Architecture, Domestic -- Virginia -- Richmond -- Pictorial works; Richmond (Va.) -- History -- Pictorial works; Richmond (Va.) -- Buildings, structures, etc. -- Pictorial works; Jackson Ward Historic District (Richmond, Va.) -- Buildings, structures, etc. -- Pictorial works