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Comfortable and cozy first floor apartment with full amenities in Church Hill with a private entrance. Check yourself in and out with a keyless entry. Walk through the iron gate on 26th Street into a private courtyard leading to your door on the right. It is a completely private apartment with a small porch. The house was built in 1855. The owner lives on the 2nd and 3rd floors. Guests are welcome to use the garden and courtyard area. The apartment has been newly renovated.

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The bedroom has 2 full beds, spacious closets and 2 chest of drawers. The bathroom is newly renovated with tile floors and a glassed in tiled shower. Next to the bathroom is a washer/dryer. The galley style kitchen has a stove, microwave, sink, refrigerator and all the small appliances, pots and pans and dishes like home. The living room has a large comfy couch with 3 extra lounging chairs and a table with 2 seats. WIFI is available to stream on your devices. There is no TV. The fireplace is non working. Use of fireplace will result in immediate dismissal.

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Guests are welcome to use the courtyard. Street parking is available.

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Some mechanical systems for the main house are located in the basement apartment if access is required I will provide prior notification.
Comfortable and cozy first floor apartment with full amenities in Church Hill with a private entrance. Check yourself in and out with a keyless entry. Walk through the iron gate on 26th Street into a private courtyard leading to your door on the right. It is a completely private apartment with a small porch. The house was built in 1855. The owner lives on the 2nd and 3rd floors. Guests are welcome to use the garden…

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Church Hill, also known as the St. John's Church Historic District, is an Old and Historic District in Richmond, Virginia. This district encompasses the original land plat of the city of Richmond. Church Hill is the eastern terminus of Broad Street, a major east-west thoroughfare in the Richmond metropolitan area. The name Church Hill is often used to describe both the specific historic district and the larger general area in the East End encompassing other neighborhoods such as Union Hill, Chimborazo, Fairmount, Peter Paul, Woodville, etc.

St. John's Church Historic District
U.S. National Register of Historic Places
U.S. Historic district
Virginia Landmarks Register
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St.John's Episcopal Church, Richmond, Virginia
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Location
Bounded roughly by 22nd, Marshall, 32nd, Main, and Franklin Sts. and Williamsburg Ave., Richmond, Virginia
Coordinates
37°31′45″N 77°25′5″W
Area
100 acres (40 ha)
Architect
Byrd, William
Architectural style
Greek Revival, Federal
NRHP reference #
70000884 (original)
90002097

[1] (increase)
VLR #
127-0192
Significant dates
Added to NRHP
September 15, 1970
Boundary increase
January 17, 1991
Designated VLR
June 2, 1970; April 17, 1990[2]
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History Edit
Early United States, Civil War, and Revolution Edit
Church Hill is known for Chimborazo Park, where the largest American Civil War Hospital was located. It is also known as the site of Virginia's second revolutionary convention, where Patrick Henry gave his "Give me liberty or give me death" speech in St. John's Episcopal Church, Richmond, Virginia in 1775.

20th Century Edit
On Friday, October 2, 1925, a 4,000-foot Chesapeake and Ohio railroad single track tunnel built during Reconstruction collapsed under Church Hill. The Church Hill Tunnel collapse occurred during refurbishment works, killing 3 or 4 and engulfing a work train complete with a 4-4-0 engine #231 and 10 flat cars. The tunnel was closed and filled-in after the collapse. In the July 2006, a coalition of officials and historical groups made plans to remove the buried engine. If recovered, it would be displayed at the Virginia Historical Society in Richmond. Some borings were made into the tunnel from above for examination by camera. Only murky water was found, whereupon further work was delayed by city permitting issues. The bricked-in entrance of the collapsed tunnel can still be seen at the south-east end of the alley just north of Marshall Street, on 18th Street.

Douglas Wilder, the first African American to have been elected governor of a U.S. state1, was born and raised in Church Hill.

In the 1970s, murder rates decreased overall in Richmond, Virginia, but instances of murder in Church Hill doubled.[3]

21st Century Edit
In recent years, Church Hill has undergone gentrification and now experiences much lower rates of crime than it did in the late 20th century.

Church Hill is home to many small businesses, including restaurants, bars, hair salons, and boutiques. In 2014, Church Hill was named one of the "10 Hot Food Neighborhoods Around the U.S" by Zagat. In 2015, Redfin included Church Hill in a roundup of most walkable neighborhoods in the city—while Richmond was named #9 in their list of Top 10 Most Walkable Mid-Sized Cities.

Preservation Efforts Edit
The Church Hill neighborhood experienced serious physical decline during the 1950s, owing mostly to absentee landlords. The Historic Richmond Foundation was established in 1956 by Elisabeth Scott Bocock out of concern for "saving and enhancing the setting for St. John's Church."[4] In 1957, encouraged in large part by Historic Richmond, City Council created a historic district ordinance while simultaneously adopting the St. John's Church Old and Historic District. The preservation of Church Hill marked the formal beginning of the preservation movement in Richmond.[5]

Notable Structures, Monuments and Parks Edit
St. John's Episcopal Church (Richmond, Virginia)
Adams Double House[6]
Chimborazo Park
Elmira Shelton House
Jefferson Park
Libby Hill Park
Pohlig Brothers Building
Richmond Hill (a/k/a the Adams-Taylor House or Monte Maria)
Confederate Soldiers and Sailors Monument
St. John's Mews
Superior Warehouse
Woodward House
WRVA Building
Church Hill is the oldest most historic area of Richmond. There are 3 parks within walking distance, restaurants and a fabulous bakery on 25th Street named SubRosa. St John's Church is around the corner and the heart of the city is minutes away.
Church Hill, also known as the St. John's Church Historic District, is an Old and Historic District in Richmond, Virginia. This district encompasses the original land plat of the city of Richmond. Church Hill i…

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