Richmond (Va.). Dept. of Planning and Community Development
Original Description (From Book)
This most exceptional row of ten dwellings was planned as a single unit with homes projecting in or out to form a symetrical [i.e., symmetrical] design. It was built c. 1900. This row is well-preserved and well-maintained with all of its porches and decorative elements intact.
Original Note (From Book)
St. James Street - This small street derives its character from the Addolph Dill house. Dill's house, orginally erected in the middle of Foushee Street, makes through traffic impossible. St. James is a narrow residential street enclosed by the large mass of the Dill house.
Date of Construction
Type of Building
Italianate (North American architecture styles)
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