|Space||800 sq. ft.|
|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
Charming one bedroom apartment with den in a historic building in Richmond's Jackson Ward Historic District. Recently updated with new kitchen, bath and floors. This cute apartment is right in the center of Richmond. It is steps from the Richmond Arts District along Broad Street, VCU, MCV and Downtown. (IT has a 'Walkability' score of 89) This property has a living room with fireplace, bedroom with queen bed and a den, over looking the garden. The sofa in the living room pulls out as a queen bed if needed. Fully furnished and well equipped with everything you will need for a comfortable visit to Richmond. The property is available for two days to longer stays. Please contact us about longer visits and rates. FINALLY, we have been able to disable the VRBO damage protection/ deposit demand wich will save you from making a deposit or having to pay the $59 fee.
Hello, Thanks for looking at my listing on VRBO. Originally from Suffolk, Va, I moved to Richmond to attend VCU and have lived in Richmond since then. I have always been fascinated with Richmond's many interesting historic neighborhoods and their individual character. I have sold Real Estate in Richmond for over 30 years and know Richmond very well.
Chris Small purchased this apartment in 2013
407 Clay was renovated by a client of mine and I brokered the sale for him and have always regretted not buying it then. In late 2013 the property became available again and i jumped on it. I have updated the three units since purchasing it. The building is in a great neighborhood close to everything. If you are visiting Richmond to enjoy our city you will be as centrally located as you can be. If you are looking for longer term accommodations while working on something Downtown, MCV or VCU its also right in the middle of things.
We got into the apartment and it smelled really musty. We started unloading the car and then took a closer look and the couch and two chairs were covered in mold. It was wet to the touch and the fabric was damp. We took everything back out to the car and tried to get in touch with the owner, but weren't able to. We ended up speaking with HomeAway and they were awesome. They moved us to a hotel for 3 nights and the customer service was amazing. They could not refund the money though and we had to get in touch with the owner. We were eventually able to email with Chris and he refunded the money and assured us that the issue is taken care of, which I assume means he has replaced the living room furniture. The place looked cute and clean otherwise and the neighborhood was cute. As long as the couch and chairs were replaced, I would consider recommending the place.
We enjoyed our stay, Chris's apartment was very conveniently located and accommodating, neat,clean and as described. Chris was very clear in instructions for keys etc and everything went off smoothly. definitely recommend this place
We spent approximately two weeks in the unit. The unit was nicely laid out and close to fine dining The unit is in an area that consists of homes that were under various stages of update. I felt safel walking our dogs during the day and earlly evening. The unit was adequately cleaned but the furniture is worn and the walls are in need of pairing. The kitchen was adequate but dark. The dry cycle of washer /dryer combo never worked and the owner offered no suggestions to correct it. Small sugar ants were on counter tops during our stay even after our attempts to get rid of them. The televion was tucked away in a corner and is seriously undersized for the room. The back entrance through the rear sunroom was dark, dirty and scattered
with miscellaneous items of the neighbors. As other reviewers noted the upstairs neighbors were noisy on occasion. With a little more TLC and a better maintained rear garden and entrance our stay would have been more enjoyable.
We booked a five-day stay in April, but left after four, a bit dissatisfied. Although the apartment is nice and clean, it is very dark due to the basement location. On top of that a few lights were out, but did not get fixed during our stay. The kitchen has clearly been upgraded with a nice dish washer and other amenities, but we found the coffee carafe broken and a frying pan with black residue burned in, both unusable, and not replaced during our stay. Other things that would have been useful include some sharp knives, a corkscrew, and a cutting board. Plenty of drinking/wine glasses, but many of them were not clean, with lipstick residue. The upstairs neighbors can be heard walking about and there was one night with very loud, late-night music. The sun room is great, best enjoyed in the afternoon sun, but the view into the backyard is a bit drab and the window has seen better days. The location is a great one, within walking distance to really nice restaurants (Max's and Bistro 24, just to name a couple) and the neighborhood feels very safe with plenty of parking.
A quiet little getaway ,well appointed, no frills. My husband and I spent a week in this location, called Jackson Ward. Lots of great restaurants, within walking distance. Richmond being so full of historic places to see, we had a great time and would definitely return to this apartment. Owner very helpful.
Stayed here for a week with my family. Very clean and tastefully decorated flat with all the amenities you need. Helpful owner!
Located in Historic Jackson Ward in the middle of Richmond. Walking distance to The Arts District and VCU. Restaurants and galleries are only blocks away. Easy access to I-95 and the Downtown expressway for quick access to other areas of the city and region.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly *||Event|
My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
There are two steps down in to the apartment in the front and three coming in from the parking area and garden.
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.