Downtown Norfolk Financial Historic District

In the 1950s, the City of Norfolk and the Norfolk Redevelopment and Housing Authority (NRHA) carried out a series of urban renewal and redevelopment programs to reshape downtown. These programs, […]

Samuel D. Outlaw Blacksmith Shop

The Samuel D. Outlaw Blacksmith Shop is located in the Accomack County town of Onancock, and is listed under the African American Watermen of the Virginia Chesapeake Bay MPD. The […]

Montross Historic District

The Montross Historic District extends in a linear fashion along Route 3/Kings Highway in the town of Montross, just east of the Westmoreland County boundary with neighboring Richmond County. Established […]


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 […]

Newport News Downtown Historic District

Located at the southern end of the city, the Newport News Downtown Historic District exemplifies nearly 100 years of historical change and growth during the urban renewal movement, which reached […]

Roberson Mill

The Roberson Mill, located on the West Fork of Dodd Creek in south central Floyd County, was built by miller and blacksmith John W. Epperly in the mid-1880s and acquired […]

Pulaski High School

Pulaski High School is located within a small residential area off US Route 11, just northeast of downtown Pulaski. This two-story Georgian Revival building was originally constructed in 1937 as […]

Drover’s Rest

Located along the north side of Georgetown Pike in Fairfax County, Drover’s Rest is a one-and-a-half story vernacular-style dwelling built in ca. 1757 to 1785 by prominent landowner Bryan Fairfax, […]

Philomont Historic District

Nestled in western Loudoun County, the Philomont Historic District is a rural village located at the crossroad intersection of Snickersville Turnpike and JEB Stuart Road. The general store, community center, […]