The Bolling Haxall House Foundation was founded in 1990 as a non-profit preservation initiative of The Woman's Club with a mission to "preserve a Virginia Historic Landmark as a community resource." Built in 1858, the House is a fine example of Italianate style architecture and remains one of the few ante-bellum Franklin Street mansions. Today, it is admireably restored and serves as a vital, vibrant center of community activity situated at the gateway to the City of Richmond. In addition to hosting more than 75 community events annually, the House has been headquarters to The Woman's Club since 1900, and is home to the Concert Ballet of Virginia and Theatre at the Bolling Haxall House. Tours are available by appointment, open to the public and are free-of-charge.