Church Hill isn’t the earliest neighborhood in Richmond, but it’s close, with the city’s oldest church – St. John’s Episcopal Church (1741) – as well as some of its oldest surviving homes. (The neighborhood owes its name to St. John’s, which used to be known as “the church on Richmond Hill.”) A few of the neighborhood’s oldest houses date back to the late 1700s and early 1800s, but most of the houses in the historic district were built in the mid- to late-1800s. The district’s architectural styles include the Federal, Greek Revival, Queen Anne and Italianate. While the St. John’s Church Old and Historic District is relatively small, present-day Church Hill is considerably larger and offers a wide range of home styles and prices.

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