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 […]


The imposing two-story, five-bedroom Greek Revival mansion of the Clarkton estate stands atop a promontory near the Staunton River in rural Halifax County. Built for Charles Clark between 1844 and […]

Colony House Motor Lodge

Located on Franklin Road SW, US Route 220 in the city of Roanoke, the Colony House Motor Lodge comprises two motel buildings, a motel office with a porte-cochere, and a […]

Boude-Deaver House

The Boude-Deaver House in the Lexington Historic District is a sophisticated Gothic Revival house with many noteworthy features. The two-story brick house was built for Rockbridge County Clerk John C. […]

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Cemetery

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Cemetery is part of the Wilkes Street Cemetery Complex in the City of Alexandria. The cemetery complex was established early in the 19th century, after burials […]

Union Street School

The 1883 Union Street School, located on the northern edge of the Loudoun County seat of Leesburg, is an intact example of an African American schoolhouse operated during the Jim […]

Walnut Hill Historic District

The Walnut Hill Historic District comprises a large residential neighborhood located near the center of the city of Petersburg. The neighborhood was first subdivided in 1910 after acquisition of a […]

Woodhurst Neighborhood Historic District

The Woodhurst Neighborhood Historic District, located in the Great Neck area of the City of Virginia Beach, is a mid-20th century residential suburban development comprised entirely of architect-designed, Contemporary-style, one-story, […]