This grand Richmond landmark home went from being a country hunting lodge when first constructed in the 1860s, to being the temporary Governor's Mansion in 1999. Caught up in a high-profile, contentious divorce, Tranzon was hired by court-appointed Trustees to sell this property after eight years on the market with no takers. A sealed bid sale yielded 3 offers and while the winning bidder lived within a mile of the property, the under bidder was in Paris, France. This transaction received lots of press! Contract Price $2,514,500.