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Hague-Hough House, 1747 -- 40120 Bond St, Waterford, VA 20197 -- For Sale - Zillow

Hague-Hough House, 1747 -- 40120 Bond St, Waterford, VA 20197 -- For Sale - Zillow

Clifton Hill, owned by relatives of George Washington in Berryville, Clarke Co., Virginia, at the head of the Shenandoah Valley. They don't build houses like that any more.

Clifton Hill, owned by relatives of George Washington in Berryville, Clarke Co., Virginia, at the head of the Shenandoah Valley. They don't build houses like that any more.

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Hear Ye, Hear Ye: 19th Century Castle For Sale (In Virginia!)

Nottoway Plantation, White Castle, LA. Completed in 1859 for the John Hampden Randolph family by architect Henry Howard in the Greek Revival + Italianate style for which he was renowned. John was born in Virginia, 24.3.1813 + married his wife Emily Jane Liddell, 14.12.1837. They had 11 children. Randolph devoted most of his time to the plantation + managing the slaves. Nottoway survived the American Civil War with only a single grapeshot to the far left column. Listed NRHP 1980.

Nottoway Plantation, White Castle, LA. Completed in 1859 for the John Hampden Randolph family by architect Henry Howard in the Greek Revival + Italianate style for which he was renowned. John was born in Virginia, 24.3.1813 + married his wife Emily Jane Liddell, 14.12.1837. They had 11 children. Randolph devoted most of his time to the plantation + managing the slaves. Nottoway survived the American Civil War with only a single grapeshot to the far left column. Listed NRHP 1980.

Tour a Beautiful Waterfront Estate in Virginia | http://betweennapsontheporch.net/tour-a-beautiful-waterfront-estate-in-virginia/

Tour a Beautiful Waterfront Estate in Virginia

Tour a Beautiful Waterfront Estate in Virginia | http://betweennapsontheporch.net/tour-a-beautiful-waterfront-estate-in-virginia/

Located in Fredericksburg, Virginia, Kenmore is a plantation house and the only surviving structure from the Kenmore plantation. The house was completed in 1776 for Betty Washington Lewis, the sister of George Washington, and for her husband Fielding Lewis. The plantation originally grew tobacco, wheat, and corn. In later years, the plantation served an active role in the civil war, serving as a makeshift military hospital.

Located in Fredericksburg, Virginia, Kenmore is a plantation house and the only surviving structure from the Kenmore plantation. The house was completed in 1776 for Betty Washington Lewis, the sister of George Washington, and for her husband Fielding Lewis. The plantation originally grew tobacco, wheat, and corn. In later years, the plantation served an active role in the civil war, serving as a makeshift military hospital.

Waterford Fair - Waterford, Virginia - YouTube

Waterford Fair - Waterford, Virginia - YouTube

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