Burner-Gearing Farm

Located on one of the Seven Bends of the Shenandoah River in Shenandoah County, the present-day Burner-Gearing Farm property has been in continuous agricultural use since the mid-1700s. Jonas Burner […]

Funkhouser Farm

Prominently situated along the Valley Pike (US Route 11), one of the first macadamized roads in the United States, and consisting of 223 acres, Funkhouser Farm in Shenandoah County was […]

Elizabeth Furnace

The Elizabeth Iron Furnace is representative of the importance of the iron industry in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia during the nineteenth century. Set along Passage Creek in the northern […]

Van Buren Furnace

Van Buren Furnace is situated in Shenandoah County within the George Washington and Jefferson National Forests, at the intersection of Cedar Creek and an unnamed tributary feeding into it. It […]

Jacob Bowman House

Constructed around 1840, the Jacob Bowman House is an early example of a vernacular Greek Revival-style house in Shenandoah County and the Shenandoah Valley. Set on six acres, the two-story, […]

Wilkins Farm

Wilkins Farm is a late-18th-century farmstead of German immigrant origin in Shenandoah County. It was owned and developed by three different but close-knit German families. The main residence is an […]

Stoner-Keller House and Mill

Located in Shenandoah County’s village of Fisher’s Hill, the Stoner-Keller House and Mill offers a well-preserved example of a mill complex, a once-vital county industry. The Stoner-Keller House (also called […]

Forestville Historic District

The Forestville Historic District encompasses a well-preserved mill village settled initially by German settlers, located at the crossroads of Routes 42, 614, and 767 in Shenandoah County. Forestville arose around […]

John Miley Maphis House

The John Miley Maphis House is a two-story, frame farm house built in 1856. Located on high ground across a creek from the Shenandoah County village of Lantz Mill, the […]

Mount Pleasant

Mount Pleasant is a Federal-style house constructed in 1812 on a bluff above Cedar Creek three miles northeast of Strasburg in Shenandoah County. A limestone wing of the house likely […]