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066-0003 Cobbs Hall

Cobbs Hall
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VLR Listing Date 03/14/2001

NRHP Listing Date 07/05/2001

NPS property number 01000699

Cobbs Hall is historically significant as one of the plantations associated with the Lee family of Virginia. Built on land first patented in 1651 by Richard Lee, the immigrant, Cobbs Hall has remained in the ownership of his descendants to the present day. Architecturally, Cobbs Hall is a two-story brick manor house, not only typical of its time and place but also noted for its outstanding plasterwork in the ceilings of the central hall and two adjacent double parlors. The present Cobbs Hall was built in 1853 on the foundations of the original house, which was constructed by the Lees circa 1720. It is being restored by its present owner who has retained the bucolic setting appropriate for a rural Virginia plantation house.


Abbreviations:
VLR: Virginia Landmarks Register
NPS: National Park Service
NRHP: National Register of Historic Places
NHL: National Historic Landmark

Updated April 4, 2018