Gascony

In rural Northumberland County, the magnificent 221-acre estate of Gascony encompasses a Greek Revival-style main house built in ca. 1856, in addition to a guest house and numerous agricultural outbuildings […]

Chatham

Chatham is located on the Eastern Shore of Virginia in the vicinity of the Bridgetown community of Northampton County. The house is notable as an excellent example of the Federal […]

Brown Grove Rural Historic District

The Brown Grove Rural Historic District is a historically African American community located south of the Town of Ashland. The district’s boundaries encompass two discontiguous areas near the geographic center […]

Scott-Clarke House

At the time of its listing in the registers, the Scott-Clarke House was one of only two freestanding Greek Revival houses remaining in downtown Richmond (along with the neighboring Barret […]

Powhatan Rural Historic District

The present acreage of the Powhatan Rural Historic District represents a significant reassemblage of the land holdings of Edward Thornton Tayloe, a member of the U.S. diplomatic service in the […]

Exeter

Exeter was one of the most elaborate and architecturally interesting plantation complexes in northern Virginia. Although in deteriorated condition, the richly ornamented dwelling house and its many outbuildings provided an […]

Slusser-Ryan Farm

The Slusser-Ryan Farm, also known as Hickory Ridge Farm, highlights aspects of Montgomery County’s agricultural and industrial history from around 1855 to 1880. The centerpiece of the property is a […]

Saxis Island Historic District

The 353-acre Saxis Island Historic District encompasses the Town of Saxis and adjacent areas of a narrow Accomack County peninsula that juts into the Chesapeake Bay. Isolated from the mainland […]

Mill Hill

Although its current 26.5 acres represent only a fraction of the holdings of its builder, Ryland Rodes, Mill Hill, established around 1840, contains a complex of domestic and agricultural buildings […]

Llangollen

Llangollen was established on Virginia’s Native American frontier during the colonial era in present-day Loudoun County, when Leven Powell claimed title to land from the Lord Thomas Fairfax proprietary. Powell […]