Kelly Blanchard Team
The Huntt’s Row project sits along Kensington Avenue in the western Fan District on the former site of the Boys and Girls Club.
A collection of 8 new luxury townhouses, Huntt’s Row offered a new living option in one of Richmond’s most established and historic neighborhoods.
Huntt’s Row was a collaboration between one of Richmond’s most respected homebuilders (The Nolde Company) and one of the city’s newest and most sought after architects (510 Architects). The vision of both builder and designer was to create an exterior that paid homage to the district, yet offered a modern interpretation of the traditional row home floor plan.
The project took both its name and its inspiration from Albert Huntt, a renown architect of Richmond’s early 20th Century who built several notable homes along both Monument Avenue and the 1500 block of Grove Avenue. Huntt was recognized for pushing the architectural envelope, but his work along the 2100 block of Hanover Avenue is recognizable for its simplistic elegance and intentional connection to the surrounding homes.
John White with 510 Architects provided the design, Keith Whipple with Waterstreet Studio provided development services, and John Nolde was both the contractor and developer.