Who doesn’t love house-hunting — or maybe more like house-ogling — in their free time? 🏠
Whether you’re manifesting or are in the market, we’ve gathered 10 extravagant homes in the greater Richmond area that could be yours. They’ll only set you back a few million. 💸
6BR | 5.5BA | $2,290,000 | Built in 1841, the Ellen Glasgow House was the Greek Revival safe haven for the Pulitzer Prize-winning author. It’s also beyond cozy with 13 ornate fireplaces.
5BR | 6BA | $3,450,000 | Built by Patrick Henry’s half brother in 1750, this Fairfield residence sits on over seven acres and features 17-foot ceilings, a guest house, and a saltwater pool.
5BR | 5BA, 4 HALF | $4,150,000 | This Windsor Farms estate boasts a solarium, pool house, and an elevator.
5BR | 5.5BA | $2,295,000 | Oak floors, a home gym, an elevator, and a sun porch are just some of the amenities in this Monument mansion.
7BR | 3.5BA | $3,100,000 | This palatial home from 1945 features stately ionic columns, an in-ground pool, and expansive green space.
8BR | 6.5 BA | $1,999,000 | Designed by Marcellus Wright — you may recognize his work from the Altria Theater and Hotel John Marshall — this restored classic has 2 rear porches, 9 fireplaces, and an elevator.
5BR | 4.5BR | $1,199,000 | A fully renovated home on Monument Ave. with a two-car garage? We’re sold.
6BR | 5.5BA | $2,695,000 | An all brick, custom home in the Windsor on the James neighborhood doesn’t sound so bad to us.
5BR | 5.5BA | $2,200,000 | This Ashland escape comes with vaulted ceilings, a gourmet kitchen, and 114 acres of fields, pastures, and forests.
6BR | 6BA, 2 HALF | $3,695,000 | Make this 30 acre Manakin Sabot estate yours — it’s got a heated salt pool, a tennis court, and a two-story guest house.