Richmond (Va.). Dept. of Planning and Community Development
Original Description (From Book)
This is one of the earliest houses on the street and was built by Isaac Goddin in 1820-21. It was later owned by James Taylor and has been altered in a very interesting way. The small house was doubled in size and changed from a Federal style farmhouse into an Italianate villa. The triple windows, typical of the Federal style, were later joined as arch Italian windows.
Original Note (From Book)
This Block contains the finest collection of residential cast iron porches in the state. This was once a most stylish block and contains large Italianate houses in addition to a sprinkling of Greek Revival residences.
Photograph differs from one used in book.
Type of Building
farmhouses; single-family dwellings; villas
Federal; Italianate (North American architecture styles)
Issac Goddin; James Taylor
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