1010 E Marshall St
Richmond, VA, USA

  • Architectural Style: Italianate
  • Bathroom: N/A
  • Year Built: 1859
  • National Register of Historic Places: Yes
  • Square Feet: N/A
  • National Register of Historic Places Date: Jun 11, 1969
  • Neighborhood: N/A
  • National Register of Historic Places Area of Significance: Architecture / Art
  • Bedrooms: N/A
  • Architectural Style: Italianate
  • Year Built: 1859
  • Square Feet: N/A
  • Bedrooms: N/A
  • Bathroom: N/A
  • Neighborhood: N/A
  • National Register of Historic Places: Yes
  • National Register of Historic Places Date: Jun 11, 1969
  • National Register of Historic Places Area of Significance: Architecture / Art
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Jun 11, 1969

  • Charmaine Bantugan

National Register of Historic Places - Putney Houses (Samuel Putney House;Stephen Putney House)

Statement of Significant: Built in 1859 by Samuel Ayres, the two houses at 1010 and 1012 E. Marshall Street were owned and resided in, from 1862 until 1894, by Samuel and Stephen Putney, father and son who were engaged in the shoe manufacturing the local townhouses are particularly noteworthy for their ornamental ironwork, a product of the local Phoenix Iron Works. story veranda on the Stephen Putney House is unique in Richmond, and an outstanding example of its type. Both houses are fine examples of an ante-bellum style once common in Richmond. Their location directly behind the Valentine Museum helps to maintain the historic quality and domestic scale of this important block.

National Register of Historic Places - Putney Houses (Samuel Putney House;Stephen Putney House)

Statement of Significant: Built in 1859 by Samuel Ayres, the two houses at 1010 and 1012 E. Marshall Street were owned and resided in, from 1862 until 1894, by Samuel and Stephen Putney, father and son who were engaged in the shoe manufacturing the local townhouses are particularly noteworthy for their ornamental ironwork, a product of the local Phoenix Iron Works. story veranda on the Stephen Putney House is unique in Richmond, and an outstanding example of its type. Both houses are fine examples of an ante-bellum style once common in Richmond. Their location directly behind the Valentine Museum helps to maintain the historic quality and domestic scale of this important block.

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