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Virginia is the home of more United States presidents than any other state. Visit the homes of six on your next Virginia adventure.
From six presidential homes and Virginia's Executive Mansion to dozens more amazing abodes, Virginia is the quintessential locale for amazing old homes.
In 1799, James Monroe and his family moved into Highland, their Albemarle "cabin castle," adjacent to Thomas Jefferson's Monticello. Jefferson ...
Avoca, the principal architectural landmark of the Town of Altavista, is an American Queen Anne-style house, designed by architect J.M.B. Lewis ...
Built in 1665 by Arthur Allen, Bacon's Castle is the only surivivng example of Jacobean architecture in the United States and the oldest brick ...
One of America's oldest frame dwellings (circa 1670), Belle Air is a unique and important architectural monument. Massive pine timbers still serve ...
Belle Grove is located in the northern Shenandoah Valley near Middletown, Virginia. It is an authentic 1797 Manor House, was built by Major Isaac ...
Built in the mid 1800's by General Philip St. George Cocke, Belmead is located on approximately 1200 acres of land overlooking the James River. A ...
Ben Lomond Historic Site & Old Rose Garden
Berkeley is Virginia's most historic plantation. Visit the site of the first official Thanksgiving (1619). See the birthplace of Benjamin ...
The park is the site of famed educator, orator, and presidential advisor, Booker T. Washington's birth, early life, and emancipation. Washington's ...
Brandon was originally a vast land grant to John Martin, companion of Captain John Smith, on his first voyage to America. The tract was known as ...
Built ca. 1817-1819 by Parke Poindexter. Poindexter was Clerk of the Court at Chesterfield County from 1812 until 1847. The original landowner was ...
Chesterfield Historical Society
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