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Whittle House, 225 West Freemason Street, Norfolk, Norfolk, VA

Whittle House, 225 West Freemason Street, Norfolk, Norfolk, VA

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Significance: The Whittle House is a rare example of a late eighteenth-century town house. Although few town houses survive in modern-day Norfolk, the Whittle House and the nearby Moses Myers House exhibit a quality of construction and finesse in design suggestive of their occupants' refinement as well as the cultural breadth of the city.
Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-8
Survey number: HABS VA-11-15
Building/structure dates: ca. 1791 Initial Construction
National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 71001059



Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
Taylor, James
Cooper, Mr
Whittle, William Conway


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