Next door to the Seaborn Mary importation is yet a third Richmond family venture in remodeling. Joshua B. Richmond bought this house from a Seabury descendant in 1915 when its four north bays comprised the extent of a rather plain mid-nineteenth-century house. His daughter Corinne Richmond Burchard added the classical vestibule, the two south bays, and the trellised side porch.
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