Shockoe Hill Burying Ground Historic District

The Shockoe Hill Burying Ground Historic District in Richmond emerged following the disestablishment of the Anglican Church in the late 18th century. It embodies the city’s assumption of responsibilities for […]


A majestic Georgian Revival–style mansion, Clovelly stands atop a small hill overlooking the James River to the west in Windsor Farms, an upscale neighborhood near Richmond’s West End. Although originally […]

St. John’s United Holy Church of America

St. Johns United Holy Church of America, built in two phases between 1931 and 1932 in Richmond’s Fairfield neighborhood, is associated with one of the oldest African American Pentecostal churches […]

Maupin-Maury House

Dr. Socrates Maupin, builder of the house in 1846, was one of the founders of the medical department of Hampden-Sydney College, now the Medical College of Virginia. When Maupin resigned […]

Manchester Cotton and Wool Manufacturing Co.

The Manchester Cotton and Wool Manufacturing Co. mill was one of the earliest and most impressive industrial structures in the Richmond area. Built between 1837 and 1840, the four-story brick […]

Scott-Clarke House

One of the few freestanding Greek Revival houses remaining in downtown Richmond, the Scott-Clarke House was distinguished by its rare two-tiered portico on the garden side. The house lost its […]

Holly Springs Apartments

Holly Springs Apartments (present-day Village South Apartments) is a well-preserved garden-apartment complex in Richmond. Prolific Richmond architect E. Tucker Carlton designed the complex for William D. Maxey, Sr., a local […]

Manchester Trucking and Commercial Historic District

The concentration and growth of the shipping and motor freight industry in Richmond during the mid-20th century are reflected in the Manchester Trucking and Commercial Historic District, which consists of […]

Deep Run Hunt Club

During the turn of the 20th century, Rosedale Lodge in Richmond served as a clubhouse for the Deep Run Hunt Club after prominent businessman Major Lewis Ginter, one of the […]


Milburne has a long-storied presence in the history of the city of Richmond and the Commonwealth of Virginia, and an equally distinguished significance in the history of Colonial Revival architecture. […]