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Built in 1858, the Bolling Haxall House stands as a cultural and architectural giant in the heart of downtown Richmond. Once the home of leading industrialist, Bolling Walker Haxall, and now the headquarters of The Woman’s Club, the Bolling Haxall House is listed as a Virginia Historic Landmark and is on the National Register of Historic Places.

The Bolling Haxall House Foundation was formed in 1990 to take charge of the home, maintain its beauty, and ensure it remains a vibrant community resource. The public is invited for tours and select programs, and The Bolling Haxall House opens its doors for use as a location for civic, government, and nonprofit group meetings.

Foundation Mission Statement

The Bolling Haxall House Foundation is dedicated to preserving the Bolling Haxall House, a Virginia Historic Landmark, as a community resource and as the home of The Woman’s Club.

Preservation & Restoration

With your help, The Woman’s Club is able to preserve, restore and share this Virginia Historic Landmark with the community. The Bolling Haxall House is open to the public for occasional cultural events and by reservation an authentic period rental venue. We are wholeheartedly grateful for your generous contributions.

Past House Projects

Here are some renovation projects in the club’s history. Click an image below to open gallery.

Current House Projects

As with any historic home, there’s always something new to fix! Here’s a look at some projects on our current restoration wish list. Click an image below to open gallery.

Current Leadership