Richmond (Va.). Dept. of Planning and Community Development
Original Description (From Book)
This Greek Revival house was built in 1846 and was owned by Richard Worsham in 1876. It retains its Greek Revival triple entrance and raised basement. It has been altered twice; first with a fine Italianate cornice, and a porch which appears to have been added since 1950.
Original Note (From Book)
The 300 Block of West Clay Street - This block is one of the best preserved in the district containing good examples of Greek Revival and Italianate houses. The street trees of this block contribute greatly to its charm.
Date of Construction
Type of Building
Greek Revival; Italianate (North American architecture styles)
entrances; English basements; cornices; porches
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