Glencoe is one of the earliest and best preserved of the several large dwellings built in the late 19th century in the booming industrial city of Radford. The house was […]

East Radford Historic District

The East Radford Historic District is a historic residential and commercial area exhibiting the 19th- and early-20th-century development of a regional transportation hub and industrial center. Residential, commercial, transportation-related, and […]


Halwyck served as the residence of Virginia governor James Hoge Tyler, who served from 1898-1902. Tyler’s political career also included a term as a state senator and as lieutenant governor. […]


Arnheim was built in 1840 on a cliff overlooking the New River for Dr. John Blair Radford (after whom the city of Radford is named) and his wife, Elizabeth Campbell […]

West Radford Commercial Historic District

The city of Radford, once known as Central Depot, is located in southwestern Montgomery County on the New River and the main line of the former Norfolk & Western Railway. […]

Harvey House

This demonstration of shingled walls binding curved and angled volumes is a powerful expression of the American Queen Anne style. The Harvey House was begun in 1892 during the industrial […]

Ingles Bottom Archaeological Sites

The tract of floodplain along the New River in southwest Radford incorporates a variety of sites of human occupation from 8000 B.C. to the present. Prehistoric sites range from the […]

La Riviere

With its wraparound veranda and crenelated tower, La Riviere in the city of Radford displays the curious mix of modern domesticity with romantic historicism that characterizes America’s Queen Anne style. […]