Among the Art Deco and revivalist splendor of East Grace Street is this surprising survivor, a Second Empire house. It has a high, doublecurved mansard roof, unique for Richmond, and a spectacular cast iron porch and fence. Winston was in real estate and developed several commercial properties after the Civil War.
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Joseph P. Winston House
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