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2002 RSOL Richmond Symphony Designer Scott-Bocock House 909 W. Franklin St. www.rsol.org

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In 2002, the Scott-Bocock House was the designer house prior to extensive renovations in 2003 for VCU's use.
Scott House - Built for Frederic and Elisabeth Scott by the Richmond architecture firm of Noland & Baskervill, the Scott House (1907 – 11), at 909 W. Franklin St., is a stellar example of the American Renaissance.    Patterned after the Petit Trianon at Versailles, the mansion reflects the grandeur and prosperity of Richmond’s early-20th century, when it was one of the principal insurance and banking centers of the South.

Scott House - Built for Frederic and Elisabeth Scott by the Richmond architecture firm of Noland & Baskervill, the Scott House (1907 – 11), at 909 W. Franklin St., is a stellar example of the American Renaissance. Patterned after the Petit Trianon at Versailles, the mansion reflects the grandeur and prosperity of Richmond’s early-20th century, when it was one of the principal insurance and banking centers of the South.

VCU Scott House, Capacity: 120, Alumni Rates :)

VCU Scott House, Capacity: 120, Alumni Rates :)

Scott House at VCU, modeled on the Marble House in Newport, Rhode Island

Scott House at VCU, modeled on the Marble House in Newport, Rhode Island

Marble House Newport, Rhode Island on which Scott-Bocock House was modeled.

Marble House Newport, Rhode Island on which Scott-Bocock House was modeled.

elizabeth scott bocock (esb) | founder of historic richmond foundation, 2300 club and the hand workshop (visual arts center)

elizabeth scott bocock (esb) | founder of historic richmond foundation, 2300 club and the hand workshop (visual arts center)

Scott-Bocock House modeled on Vanderbilt Newport mansion, Marble House also used in 1972 Great Gatsby.

Scott-Bocock House modeled on Vanderbilt Newport mansion, Marble House also used in 1972 Great Gatsby.

Never Ask Permission : Elisabeth Scott Bocock of Richmond - Mary Buford Hitz

Never Ask Permission : Elisabeth Scott Bocock of Richmond - Mary Buford Hitz

plaster repair renovation to the Scott-Bocock House

plaster repair renovation to the Scott-Bocock House

entrance hall to the Scott-Bocock house now a part of VCU

entrance hall to the Scott-Bocock house now a part of VCU