Historic Church Hill Home near Downtown RichmondIdeal Richmond Church Hill duplex across from Chimbrazo National Battlefield Park, a former Civil War hospital. This historic house was built in 1888. The house has been remodeled throughout the years but maintains its original historic details and structures. This is a great location walking distance to nearby restaurants/bars, and parks including Chimbrazo and Libby Hill and 15 minuets Uber ride to the Richmond Internation Airport.
Elegant, Historic House - View That Named RichmondStay in a private, modern room overlooking view of the bend in the James River that named Richmond - spectacular shower with 6 heads to relax you. Located in Church Hill is a 18th/19th Century section of Richmond. This Italianate house, built in 1879 - updated 2013, is located where bankers and merchants built their stately homes. It's back porch overlooks the James River and is near Libby Park, monuments, and cobble stone streets. Walk to a variety of restaurants.
The Mettā Home- A Nugget of History and Goodwill**In the spirit of the Mettā we are taking every precaution to maintain clean and healthy home for our guests and our family by following CDC best practices. The Mettā Home was built in 1895 for Irvin Hudson, an upholsterer, (so fitting) and features original pine hardwood floors and vibrant colors throughout. It’s a visual representation of not what we think, how we think—the embodiment of our thoughts, philosophies and values. In a society choked by an endless stream of information and mass-production, our home should feel like a sanctuary: a harmonious space of realignment.