Norfolk Auto Row Historic District

Norfolk Auto Row Historic District, which in addition to structures associated with the sales and service of automobiles, includes buildings affiliated with Norfolk’s major newspaper, television, and radio enterprises, as […]

Beth Elon

Located in northeastern Henrico County, Beth Elon is an exceptionally well-documented Queen Anne-style house that exhibits the influence of architectural design books. It was built about 1900 by Leslie Fletcher […]

Hamner House

The Hamner House is culturally significant as the boyhood home of Earl Hamner, Jr., novelist and creator of the popular 1970s television series “The Waltons.” His childhood experiences in and […]

Patsy Cline House

A humble two-story frame dwelling in Winchester, built in the mid-19th century as a typical working-class house and retaining its early-20th-century modifications, the Patsy Cline House was occupied by the […]

A. P. Carter Store

Trained as a carpenter, Alvin Pleasant “A. P.” Carter, patriarch of the Carter family of musicians, built this country store with the help of his son Joe. He opened it in […]

Maybelle and Ezra Carter House

Ezra Carter and his wife, Maybelle Addington Carter, members of the Carter family of musicians, moved into this house after marrying in 1926. Ezra was the brother of A. P. […]

Mount Vernon Methodist Church

A laconically plain country church, Mount Vernon United Methodist, in the Scott County community of Maces Spring, follows the pattern of scores of rural religious structures scattered through the Virginia […]

A. P. and Sara Carter House

This unassuming but commodious residence was the home of country music legend Alvin Pleasants Dulaney (A. P.) Carter from 1927 until his death in 1960. From his youth, Carter maintained […]

A. P. Carter Homeplace

Alvin Pleasant “A. P.” Carter (1891-1960), progenitor of the famous Carter family of country musicians, was born in this simple log dwelling, situated alongside a footpath in Little Valley in […]

Dayton Historic District

Established in 1833, the Rockingham County town of Dayton is among the most distinctive of several small towns lining the Shenandoah Valley’s former Harrisonburg-Warm Springs Turnpike. The turnpike, and later […]