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Bellevue & Ginter Park: Zone 30
Ginter Park and the adjacent Bellevue neighborhoods make up Richmond’s Northside. The Boulevard, which divides the Fan District from the Museum District, leads directly to these Northside neighborhoods. Ginter Park was the brainchild of Major Lewis Ginter, the founder of American Tobacco and a wealthy Richmond industrialist, in the late 1800s. It was Ginter’s idea to create a neighborhood where businessmen could retreat to the country at the end of the day’s work in town. Ginter drew residents to his community by establishing an electric trolley system connecting Ginter Park to Downtown Richmond, a mere 15 minute trip back in 1895. Ginter Park was popular for its elaborate green spaces and variety of architectural styles ranging from a modest builders’ cottages to large Colonial Revival mansions. Other prominent styles include: Tudor Revival, Spanish Colonial, Bungalow, American Four-square, Queen Anne and Shingle Style. Bellevue is noted for its concentration of Bungalow style homes and its cozy neighborhood feel.
Stunning renovations on this gorgeous 3 story Victorian on a corner lot with private rear parking. At approx. 4600 sf there are 5 bedrooms, 3 full baths with a family room on each floor. This property features hardwood floors, 9 ft ceilings, recessed lighting, bay windows, trey ceilings and much more. There is ceramic tiles, ss appliances, glass backsplash and many upgrades in the kitchen. There is a 1st floor bedroom with a walk-in closet and a primary bedroom with 2 closets and a luxurious