Barret House

Barret House The William Barret House, located at 15 South 5th Street, Richmond, Virginia, is a mid-19th-century house, and has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1972 (building listing #72001517)HistoryWilliam Barret, a wealthy tobacconist in antebellum Richmond, built the Classical Revival styled house, in 1844, in Richmond’s up-and-coming Gamble’s Hill neighborhood.

The house is situated on the southeast corner lot of 5th and Cary Streets. The residence and its dependencies survived the Richmond evacuation fire at the end of the American Civil War, and remain largely intact, today.Since it ceased use as a private residence, the Barret House has been used by a variety of organizations and for various purposes. The Navy League Club used it as a social club for

The house is situated on the southeast corner lot of 5th and Cary Streets. The residence and its dependencies survived the Richmond evacuation fire at the end of the American Civil War, and remain largely intact, today.Since it ceased use as a private residence, the Barret House has been used by a variety of organizations and for various purposes. The Navy League Club used it as a social club for

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Canal Walk) 140 Virginia Street
Richmond, VA
23219

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