Views of the front"Branch's Castle" at 2501 Monument Avenue, is just two blocks south of John Russell Pope's Union Station.
|This residence was comissioned by John Kerr Branch, Jr., a stockbroker and bank president in Richmond. Unlike Pope's Union Station or his National Gallery of Art in Washington, which employ a stately classicism, this residence uses the then popular style for the wealthy--the Tudor-Jacobean style.|
Views of the entrance portal
Details of the f ront facade
Views of the two sides (left and right) and detail
The chimneysSee also the chimneys on the 17th century Jacobean manor house, Bacon's Castle in Surry County Virginia.
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