Bellevue Curator: Karen Call

Want to live in one of the most desirable neighborhoods in the city Richmond? Look no further than beloved Bellevue. Historically planned to be one of Richmond's first street car suburbs, designed by Lewis Ginter & John Pope, and developed in the 1920's, this place is a true gem. Full of charm and character, it is architecturally made up of bungalows, american four squares, stately colonials, english tudors, and spanish colonial revival style homes. Bellevue is centrally located in the heart of Richmond, and offers a great balance of city & suburb.

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