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Thomas Jefferson moved the Capital of Virginia from Williamsburg to Richmond and there he began to set the style for the new town. Connected to the sea by canal, Richmond became a hub for shipping goods to the markets of the world. The new wealth of the shipping industry was used to build fine homes, such as The Richmond. 

From an architectural design point of view, the house draws off the resources of other great coastal cities like Charleston, Savannah and Baltimore. The wood siding makes the house distinctively Virginian. The large sweeping veranda bespeaks a day in the moderate sun with cool breezes wafting gently through the trees. As one enters the house, the layout is evident of practicality, a simplicity which is not found in most houses today. Three bedrooms and a screened rear porch give the house a family touch which will long be appreciated.