Bellona Arsenal served as a 19th Century United States Army post near the James River in Richmond, Virginia. Built circa 1816, it served as a working arsenal during the Civil War. In 1943, the surviving buildings were converted into a residence and guest house, totaling over 7,000 square feet. In 1971 this property was added to the National Register of Historic Places in Chesterfield County. Today, it is known as one of the most unique estates in the region.

Charles A. Rose Co. proudly sold this historical property in Chesterfield County in 2015.


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