From a by gone era, this is more than just a relic. It has been in recent use and by the looks of it is in good shape. It hides at the corner of 1st and Main behind the Richmond Public Library. It has stood up against weather and war for nearly two centuries. Featured today in Historic Richmond’s Under the Radar Facebook album.
Local brick contractor Curtis Carter built the Crozet House in 1814. Named for the famous engineer Claudius Crozet, the home is one of several notable historic buildings clustered along a 2-block stretch of Main Street near the Richmond Public Library in downtown Richmond. Read more…
UtR 33: Crozet House/ 100 E. Main Street
Owner: ADAMSON V CASSEL JR & PEARL R
Mailing Address: 6510 THREE CHOPT RD, RICHMOND, VA 23226-3119
Land Value: $342,000
Improvement Value: $293,000
Total Value: $635,000
We hope that new life will be quickly returned to this significant structure.
Located within the Monroe Ward National Historic District
The house is a stand-alone City Old and Historic District