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Riverside residence hits markets just under $3 million

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Posted at 10:06 AM, Sep 28, 2016
and last updated 2016-09-28 10:06:00-04

RICHMOND, Va. — The home of a prominent Richmond businessman has hit the market.

Charles Luck III, chairman of Goochland County firm Luck Companies, recently listed his riverside residence for $2.99 million.

The stucco-and-limestone home with a tile roof overlooks the Kanawha Canal and James River across from Williams Island, where the river’s Z-Dam is situated. (Courtesy CVRMLS)

The stucco-and-limestone home with a tile roof overlooks the Kanawha Canal and James River across from Williams Island, where the river’s Z-Dam is situated. (Courtesy CVRMLS)

The 8,000-square-foot villa-style home, at 127 Kennondale Lane in the city’s West End, was listed by Lynn Pritchard with Joyner Fine Properties. She declined to comment on the listing, citing her client’s desire for privacy.

City property records show the home is owned by Charles S. Luck III and True F. “Tootie” Luck. The couple purchased the home in 2003 for $1.4 million. A recent city assessment valued the property at $2 million.

The 8,000-square-foot villa-style home, at 127 Kennondale Lane, was listed by Lynn Pritchard with Joyner Fine Properties. (Courtesy CVRMLS)

The 8,000-square-foot villa-style home, at 127 Kennondale Lane, was listed by Lynn Pritchard with Joyner Fine Properties. (Courtesy CVRMLS)

Charles Luck is a former president of Luck Stone, the family-owned quarry and stone yards company that is the core business of the Luck Companies. His son, Charles Luck IV, is now president and CEO of the Luck Companies, which earlier this year completed the sale of two of its business units.

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