From the Historic Richmond Foundation‘s Facebook and a series they call “Under the Radar.”
A comment on one of the photos ask an interesting question:
I’ve always been skeptical of the 1890′s date, though – stylistically, it looks to be much older, maybe even pre-Civil War. It would be great to find some old photos of the place (or to get a tour of the interior!). I think I’ve heard that it used to owned by the Caravati family. How can Southside be “encouraged” to either restore or sell the property?