"Rosedale" is a State and National treasure located in The City of Richmond. This is a rare opportunity to own and enjoy a piece of history.
According to the National Park Service s submission for The Hermitage Road Historic District, D. Wiley Anderson designed a number of the substantial residences along Hermitage Road. Rosedale" at 4016 Hermitage Road is an excellent example of Anderson s eclectic designs. Combining Queen Anne and Colonial Revival elements, Anderson juxtaposed a complex Queen Anne building form and roof form against a four-bay façade that gives the impression of Colonial Revival symmetry, and embellished it with Colonial Revival detailing. Anderson designed the circa 1897 home for John Pope, a prominent Richmond businessman and a real estate partner of Lewis Ginter. Sadly, Pope passed away before he could occupy Rosedale. After years of neglect, General and Mrs. Robert Donahue rescued the property in 1991 and dedicated their time and resources into restoring Rosedale to the grand estate property that Pope envisioned. Attention to detail in the original construction and the subsequent quality restoration are the hallmarks of "Rosedale". Love where you live!
Age: Over 50 Years Old
Amenities: Basement, Ceiling Fan, Security System, Security System, Attic, Jetted Bath Tub
Appliances: Dishwasher, Dryer, Garbage Disposer, Oven - Double, Refrigerator
Architecture Style: Colonial
Cooling System: Central A/C, Zoned A/C
Floor Covering: Tile - Ceramic, Wood
Heating System: Radiator, Zoned
Lot Size: 1.4 Acres
Parking Type: Driveway, Off Street, Paved or Surfaced
Roof Type: Metal
Rooms: Basement, Bedroom, Full Bath, Half Bath
View Type: Park