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 […]

Dromgoole House-Canaan

An excellent example of a Federal period vernacular-style dwelling in Brunswick County, the Dromgoole House was built between 1796 and 1799 for Reverend Edward Dromgoole at his plantation, Canaan. One […]

Occupacia-Rappahannock Rural Historic District

Essex County’s Occupacia-Rappahannock Rural Historic District encompasses a vernacular landscape of more than 44,884 acres that boasts a significant collection of buildings, structures, landscape features, and sites that highlight the […]

Stone’s Chapel

Located in Clarke County, Stone’s Chapel traces back to the late 1700s when the area was still part of Frederick County. Starting with an earlier, now-vanished wooden church, Stone’s Chapel […]

Christ Church

Christ Church was constructed in 1828, a year after its predecessor was destroyed in a fire.  This sophisticated Classical Revival building was used by Norfolk’s oldest Episcopal congregation until 1910, […]

Grace Episcopal Church

The Grace Episcopal Church property in Lancaster County’s town of Kilmarnock features two buildings: a Gothic Revival chapel, which was the original Grace Church, built in 1852, and a larger […]

Snow Creek Anglican Church

Constructed of hewn and sawed timbers and erected on Virginia’s western frontier in present-day Franklin County at the end of the colonial period, the Snow Creek Anglican Church replaced an […]

Mechanicsville Historic District

Danville’s Mechanicsville Historic District emerged in the late 19th and early 20th centuries as a distinctive, ethnically mixed neighborhood of tradesmen, educators, skilled workers, and laborers associated with Danville’s textile […]

Tangier Island Historic District

The Tangier Island Historic District encompasses architectural and archaeological resources on this island that is home to a traditional watermen’s community that is part of Accomack County. Prior to the […]

Chapel Rural Historic District

Covering approximately 11,500 acres of countryside in central Clarke County, the Chapel Rural Historic District contains well-preserved residences and affiliated buildings such as smokehouses, springhouses, garages, sheds, and summer kitchens, […]