Simmons-Sebrell-Camp House

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The Simmons-Sebrell-Camp House is a two-story Italianate farmhouse constructed circa 1770 and expanded to its current size in 1858. The exterior of the house features full height casement windows with transoms, a two-story porch, and bracketed cornices, which decorate the cross-gable roof. The interior floor-plan is laid out in an irregular design with an L-shape hallway. Built in the historic and once prosperous crossroads village of Barn Tavern in the Sebrell Rural Historic District in Southampton County, the dwelling was home to several generations of the Simmons, Sebrell, and Camp families, all of whom took an active role in the community (now known as Sebrell). In addition to the main house, there are four contributing outbuildings on the Simmons-Sebrell-Camp House property, including a small, one-story brick cold storage building and three larger wood-frame agricultural buildings.

Last Updated: November 21, 2023

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

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Southampton (County)


The Nottoway of Virginia, c. 1650-c. 1953 MPD

(MPD) Multiple Property Document


Millie Woodson-Turner Home Site

Southampton (County)