Keysville Historic District

The Keysville Historic District is located in the northeastern corner of Charlotte County, in the rural central piedmont region of Virginia. Geographically, the district encompasses a significant portion of the […]

Four Locust Farm

Four Locust Farm, formerly the Pettus Dairy Farm, in Charlotte County near Keysville, represents a well-preserved example of a 20th-century major Richmond market dairy farm. Operating as a dairy farm […]


Constructed in 1858 in Charlotte County, Annefield is an Italianate villa house, a popular style in the mid-19th century, as interpreted by Jacob W. Holt, a master builder in the […]


Westview, one of the few surviving brick dwellings in Charlotte County combining both late Federal and Greek Revival features was built between 1831 and 1833 by John Elam. The two-story […]

Toombs Tobacco Farm

Charlotte County’s Toombs Tobacco Farm is an exceptionally complete example of a typical 19th- and 20th-century tobacco farm in a region where economic prosperity revolved around the production and sale […]

Salem School

Salem School is a simple, one-story, frame school building of a type once widely found in rural Virginia. It is the sole survivor of seven schools built in Charlotte County […]

Watkins House

The Watkins House, home of prominent local citizen William B. Watkins, is a transitional Federal-Greek Revival, two-story, three-bay, frame I-house constructed in the 1840s with a rear addition constructed about […]

Maple Roads

Maple Roads was built by Captain John D. Richardson, a hero in the War of 1812, who represented Charlotte County in the General Assembly from 1809 to 1837. The house […]


Woodfork is an impressive Federal mansion sited on an eminence in an unspoiled rural setting in Charlotte County. It is representative of the architectural work of its original owner, Henry […]