An Ante-bellum manor house featuring elegant accommodations and gracious hospitality. This manor house has been an architectural landmark since before the War between the States. The second homestead to be erected on this site, it was built for Thomas Sanford Dunaway in 1857-58, at which time it was the center of a plantation of over 1,200 acres. Characterized by an impressive double-tiered portico on the south front and four massive chimneys, Levelfields is one of the last Ante-bellum mansions to be built in the Commonwealth and represents the final expression of the authentic hip-roofed Georgian colonial style.
The Inn stands at the head of an entrance drive of over a thousand feet in length bordered on either side by a field bounded by a line of hardwoods and cedars.
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