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Northside Richmond has experienced much transition and revival, with many folks migrating in that direction to find old homes of stature at a price tag they can afford. It is home to many diverse neighborhoods, including but not limited to Barton Heights, Brookland Park, Bellevue, Ginter Park, Hermitage Rd., Highland Park and Sherwood Park, to name a few. Truth be told, each of these neighborhoods offers such unique features, they may each one day be the subject of individual blogs. The neighborhoods of Northside are made up of houses with a variety of architectural styles that include Arts and Crafts Bungalows, American Four Squares, Victorian, Romanesque Revival and Queen Anne, among other styles. If stately and stucco describe your dream home, look no further!
On the U.S. National Registry of Historic Places, its creation is generally associated with Lewis Ginter, although he died prior to neighborhoods being constructed. Construction in the late 1800s and early 1900s gave rise to the stately homes along Seminary Avenue, and in Bellevue with its notable stone arch welcome entry. Richmond’s historic beauty is evident throughout Northside Richmond. Unless you’re a Nascar/Richmond International Raceway fan, life on the Northside just seems to take you back to yesteryear. Old tree-lined streets possess homes ranging the gamut of price tags depending on the area of Northside and the structural condition.