Go inside this Ginter Park mansion that just hit the market

Posted at 9:55 AM, Jun 04, 2015
and last updated 2015-06-04 09:55:52-04

RICHMOND, Va. — A century-old home originally built for a Richmond granite tycoon is up for grabs in the Ginter Park neighborhood. The 8,000-square-foot Gresham House at 3501 Seminary Ave., which anchors the avenue just north of Union Presbyterian Seminary, was listed for sale May 20 for $1.49 million.

Homeowners Kevin Dodson and Rebecca Wright-Dodson listed the property through Sotheby’s International Realty. Robb Moss is the listing agent.

The mansion, which forms a sort of granite-sided gateway to Seminary Avenue with the similarly constructed Paschall House across the street, features four monolithic columns in the front, oversized windows and 14 rooms across three stories.

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