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Holly Brook, U.S. Route 13 vicinity, Eastville, Northampton County, VA

Holly Brook, U.S. Route 13 vicinity, Eastville, Northampton County, VA

Significance: Modest in comparison with many of its contemporaries, "Holly Brook" is an interesting farm house exhibiting two brick ends. excellent proportions and some notable refinements. Survey number: HABS... more

Holly Brook, U.S. Route 13 vicinity, Eastville, Northampton County, VA

Holly Brook, U.S. Route 13 vicinity, Eastville, Northampton County, VA

Significance: Modest in comparison with many of its contemporaries, "Holly Brook" is an interesting farm house exhibiting two brick ends. excellent proportions and some notable refinements. Survey number: HABS... more

Holly Brook, U.S. Route 13 vicinity, Eastville, Northampton County, VA

Holly Brook, U.S. Route 13 vicinity, Eastville, Northampton County, VA

Significance: Modest in comparison with many of its contemporaries, "Holly Brook" is an interesting farm house exhibiting two brick ends. excellent proportions and some notable refinements. Survey number: HABS... more

Holly Brook, U.S. Route 13 vicinity, Eastville, Northampton County, VA

Holly Brook, U.S. Route 13 vicinity, Eastville, Northampton County, VA

Significance: Modest in comparison with many of its contemporaries, "Holly Brook" is an interesting farm house exhibiting two brick ends. excellent proportions and some notable refinements. Survey number: HABS... more

Holly Brook, U.S. Route 13 vicinity, Eastville, Northampton County, VA

Holly Brook, U.S. Route 13 vicinity, Eastville, Northampton County, VA

Significance: Modest in comparison with many of its contemporaries, "Holly Brook" is an interesting farm house exhibiting two brick ends. excellent proportions and some notable refinements. Survey number: HABS... more

Holly Brook, U.S. Route 13 vicinity, Eastville, Northampton County, VA

Holly Brook, U.S. Route 13 vicinity, Eastville, Northampton County, VA

Significance: Modest in comparison with many of its contemporaries, "Holly Brook" is an interesting farm house exhibiting two brick ends. excellent proportions and some notable refinements. Survey number: HABS... more

Holly Brook, U.S. Route 13 vicinity, Eastville, Northampton County, VA

Holly Brook, U.S. Route 13 vicinity, Eastville, Northampton County, VA

Significance: Modest in comparison with many of its contemporaries, "Holly Brook" is an interesting farm house exhibiting two brick ends. excellent proportions and some notable refinements. Survey number: HABS... more

Holly Brook, U.S. Route 13 vicinity, Eastville, Northampton County, VA

Holly Brook, U.S. Route 13 vicinity, Eastville, Northampton County, VA

Significance: Modest in comparison with many of its contemporaries, "Holly Brook" is an interesting farm house exhibiting two brick ends. excellent proportions and some notable refinements. Survey number: HABS... more

Holly Brook, U.S. Route 13 vicinity, Eastville, Northampton County, VA

Holly Brook, U.S. Route 13 vicinity, Eastville, Northampton County, VA

Significance: Modest in comparison with many of its contemporaries, "Holly Brook" is an interesting farm house exhibiting two brick ends. excellent proportions and some notable refinements. Survey number: HABS... more

Holly Brook, U.S. Route 13 vicinity, Eastville, Northampton County, VA

Holly Brook, U.S. Route 13 vicinity, Eastville, Northampton County, VA

Significance: Modest in comparison with many of its contemporaries, "Holly Brook" is an interesting farm house exhibiting two brick ends. excellent proportions and some notable refinements. Survey number: HABS... more

Holly Brook, U.S. Route 13 vicinity, Eastville, Northampton County, VA

Holly Brook, U.S. Route 13 vicinity, Eastville, Northampton County, VA

Significance: Modest in comparison with many of its contemporaries, "Holly Brook" is an interesting farm house exhibiting two brick ends. excellent proportions and some notable refinements. Survey number: HABS... more

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: Built in 1789, this is believed to be the only house in the area not destroyed by the great fire of 1796. The tradition that the town's first post office, bank (of which Stonewall Jackson was a d... more

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: Built in 1789, this is believed to be the only house in the area not destroyed by the great fire of 1796. The tradition that the town's first post office, bank (of which Stonewall Jackson was a d... more

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: Built in 1789, this is believed to be the only house in the area not destroyed by the great fire of 1796. The tradition that the town's first post office, bank (of which Stonewall Jackson was a d... more

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: Built in 1789, this is believed to be the only house in the area not destroyed by the great fire of 1796. The tradition that the town's first post office, bank (of which Stonewall Jackson was a d... more

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: Built in 1789, this is believed to be the only house in the area not destroyed by the great fire of 1796. The tradition that the town's first post office, bank (of which Stonewall Jackson was a d... more

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: Built in 1789, this is believed to be the only house in the area not destroyed by the great fire of 1796. The tradition that the town's first post office, bank (of which Stonewall Jackson was a d... more

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: Built in 1789, this is believed to be the only house in the area not destroyed by the great fire of 1796. The tradition that the town's first post office, bank (of which Stonewall Jackson was a d... more

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: Built in 1789, this is believed to be the only house in the area not destroyed by the great fire of 1796. The tradition that the town's first post office, bank (of which Stonewall Jackson was a d... more

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: Built in 1789, this is believed to be the only house in the area not destroyed by the great fire of 1796. The tradition that the town's first post office, bank (of which Stonewall Jackson was a d... more

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: Built in 1789, this is believed to be the only house in the area not destroyed by the great fire of 1796. The tradition that the town's first post office, bank (of which Stonewall Jackson was a d... more

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: Built in 1789, this is believed to be the only house in the area not destroyed by the great fire of 1796. The tradition that the town's first post office, bank (of which Stonewall Jackson was a d... more

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: Built in 1789, this is believed to be the only house in the area not destroyed by the great fire of 1796. The tradition that the town's first post office, bank (of which Stonewall Jackson was a d... more

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: Built in 1789, this is believed to be the only house in the area not destroyed by the great fire of 1796. The tradition that the town's first post office, bank (of which Stonewall Jackson was a d... more

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: Built in 1789, this is believed to be the only house in the area not destroyed by the great fire of 1796. The tradition that the town's first post office, bank (of which Stonewall Jackson was a d... more

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: Built in 1789, this is believed to be the only house in the area not destroyed by the great fire of 1796. The tradition that the town's first post office, bank (of which Stonewall Jackson was a d... more

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: Built in 1789, this is believed to be the only house in the area not destroyed by the great fire of 1796. The tradition that the town's first post office, bank (of which Stonewall Jackson was a d... more

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: Built in 1789, this is believed to be the only house in the area not destroyed by the great fire of 1796. The tradition that the town's first post office, bank (of which Stonewall Jackson was a d... more

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Significance: The Eastern Shore of Virginia was first explored by Captain John Smith in 1608. Colonization of the area was begun in 1616 by Englishmen interested in establishing salt and fishing industries. T... more

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Significance: The Eastern Shore of Virginia was first explored by Captain John Smith in 1608. Colonization of the area was begun in 1616 by Englishmen interested in establishing salt and fishing industries. T... more

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Significance: The Eastern Shore of Virginia was first explored by Captain John Smith in 1608. Colonization of the area was begun in 1616 by Englishmen interested in establishing salt and fishing industries. T... more

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Significance: The Eastern Shore of Virginia was first explored by Captain John Smith in 1608. Colonization of the area was begun in 1616 by Englishmen interested in establishing salt and fishing industries. T... more

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Significance: The Eastern Shore of Virginia was first explored by Captain John Smith in 1608. Colonization of the area was begun in 1616 by Englishmen interested in establishing salt and fishing industries. T... more

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Significance: The Eastern Shore of Virginia was first explored by Captain John Smith in 1608. Colonization of the area was begun in 1616 by Englishmen interested in establishing salt and fishing industries. T... more

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Significance: The Eastern Shore of Virginia was first explored by Captain John Smith in 1608. Colonization of the area was begun in 1616 by Englishmen interested in establishing salt and fishing industries. T... more

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Significance: The Eastern Shore of Virginia was first explored by Captain John Smith in 1608. Colonization of the area was begun in 1616 by Englishmen interested in establishing salt and fishing industries. T... more

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Significance: The Eastern Shore of Virginia was first explored by Captain John Smith in 1608. Colonization of the area was begun in 1616 by Englishmen interested in establishing salt and fishing industries. T... more

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Significance: The Eastern Shore of Virginia was first explored by Captain John Smith in 1608. Colonization of the area was begun in 1616 by Englishmen interested in establishing salt and fishing industries. T... more

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County...

Significance: The one and one-half story Somers House was constructed in the last quarter of the eighteenth century and was a good example of a finely-built, vernacular house with the side-hall plan. The side p... more

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County...

Significance: The one and one-half story Somers House was constructed in the last quarter of the eighteenth century and was a good example of a finely-built, vernacular house with the side-hall plan. The side p... more

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County...

Significance: The one and one-half story Somers House was constructed in the last quarter of the eighteenth century and was a good example of a finely-built, vernacular house with the side-hall plan. The side p... more

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County...

Significance: The one and one-half story Somers House was constructed in the last quarter of the eighteenth century and was a good example of a finely-built, vernacular house with the side-hall plan. The side p... more

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County...

Significance: The one and one-half story Somers House was constructed in the last quarter of the eighteenth century and was a good example of a finely-built, vernacular house with the side-hall plan. The side p... more

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County...

Significance: The one and one-half story Somers House was constructed in the last quarter of the eighteenth century and was a good example of a finely-built, vernacular house with the side-hall plan. The side p... more

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County...

Significance: The one and one-half story Somers House was constructed in the last quarter of the eighteenth century and was a good example of a finely-built, vernacular house with the side-hall plan. The side p... more

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County...

Significance: The one and one-half story Somers House was constructed in the last quarter of the eighteenth century and was a good example of a finely-built, vernacular house with the side-hall plan. The side p... more

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County...

Significance: The one and one-half story Somers House was constructed in the last quarter of the eighteenth century and was a good example of a finely-built, vernacular house with the side-hall plan. The side p... more

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County...

Significance: The one and one-half story Somers House was constructed in the last quarter of the eighteenth century and was a good example of a finely-built, vernacular house with the side-hall plan. The side p... more

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County...

Significance: The one and one-half story Somers House was constructed in the last quarter of the eighteenth century and was a good example of a finely-built, vernacular house with the side-hall plan. The side p... more

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County...

Significance: The one and one-half story Somers House was constructed in the last quarter of the eighteenth century and was a good example of a finely-built, vernacular house with the side-hall plan. The side p... more

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County...

Significance: The one and one-half story Somers House was constructed in the last quarter of the eighteenth century and was a good example of a finely-built, vernacular house with the side-hall plan. The side p... more

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County...

Significance: The one and one-half story Somers House was constructed in the last quarter of the eighteenth century and was a good example of a finely-built, vernacular house with the side-hall plan. The side p... more

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County...

Significance: The one and one-half story Somers House was constructed in the last quarter of the eighteenth century and was a good example of a finely-built, vernacular house with the side-hall plan. The side p... more

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Significance: Salubria is a refined and rare example of a mid-eighteenth century Georgian mansion of Piedmont Virginia. The dwelling is architecturally significant for its austere, yet well-proportioned, exteri... more

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Significance: Salubria is a refined and rare example of a mid-eighteenth century Georgian mansion of Piedmont Virginia. The dwelling is architecturally significant for its austere, yet well-proportioned, exteri... more

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Significance: Salubria is a refined and rare example of a mid-eighteenth century Georgian mansion of Piedmont Virginia. The dwelling is architecturally significant for its austere, yet well-proportioned, exteri... more

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Significance: Salubria is a refined and rare example of a mid-eighteenth century Georgian mansion of Piedmont Virginia. The dwelling is architecturally significant for its austere, yet well-proportioned, exteri... more

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Significance: Salubria is a refined and rare example of a mid-eighteenth century Georgian mansion of Piedmont Virginia. The dwelling is architecturally significant for its austere, yet well-proportioned, exteri... more

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Significance: Salubria is a refined and rare example of a mid-eighteenth century Georgian mansion of Piedmont Virginia. The dwelling is architecturally significant for its austere, yet well-proportioned, exteri... more

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Significance: Salubria is a refined and rare example of a mid-eighteenth century Georgian mansion of Piedmont Virginia. The dwelling is architecturally significant for its austere, yet well-proportioned, exteri... more

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Significance: Salubria is a refined and rare example of a mid-eighteenth century Georgian mansion of Piedmont Virginia. The dwelling is architecturally significant for its austere, yet well-proportioned, exteri... more

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Significance: Salubria is a refined and rare example of a mid-eighteenth century Georgian mansion of Piedmont Virginia. The dwelling is architecturally significant for its austere, yet well-proportioned, exteri... more

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Significance: Salubria is a refined and rare example of a mid-eighteenth century Georgian mansion of Piedmont Virginia. The dwelling is architecturally significant for its austere, yet well-proportioned, exteri... more

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Significance: Salubria is a refined and rare example of a mid-eighteenth century Georgian mansion of Piedmont Virginia. The dwelling is architecturally significant for its austere, yet well-proportioned, exteri... more

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Significance: Salubria is a refined and rare example of a mid-eighteenth century Georgian mansion of Piedmont Virginia. The dwelling is architecturally significant for its austere, yet well-proportioned, exteri... more

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Significance: Salubria is a refined and rare example of a mid-eighteenth century Georgian mansion of Piedmont Virginia. The dwelling is architecturally significant for its austere, yet well-proportioned, exteri... more

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Significance: Salubria is a refined and rare example of a mid-eighteenth century Georgian mansion of Piedmont Virginia. The dwelling is architecturally significant for its austere, yet well-proportioned, exteri... more

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Significance: Salubria is a refined and rare example of a mid-eighteenth century Georgian mansion of Piedmont Virginia. The dwelling is architecturally significant for its austere, yet well-proportioned, exteri... more

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Significance: Salubria is a refined and rare example of a mid-eighteenth century Georgian mansion of Piedmont Virginia. The dwelling is architecturally significant for its austere, yet well-proportioned, exteri... more

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Significance: Salubria is a refined and rare example of a mid-eighteenth century Georgian mansion of Piedmont Virginia. The dwelling is architecturally significant for its austere, yet well-proportioned, exteri... more

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Significance: Salubria is a refined and rare example of a mid-eighteenth century Georgian mansion of Piedmont Virginia. The dwelling is architecturally significant for its austere, yet well-proportioned, exteri... more

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Significance: Salubria is a refined and rare example of a mid-eighteenth century Georgian mansion of Piedmont Virginia. The dwelling is architecturally significant for its austere, yet well-proportioned, exteri... more

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Significance: Salubria is a refined and rare example of a mid-eighteenth century Georgian mansion of Piedmont Virginia. The dwelling is architecturally significant for its austere, yet well-proportioned, exteri... more

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Significance: Salubria is a refined and rare example of a mid-eighteenth century Georgian mansion of Piedmont Virginia. The dwelling is architecturally significant for its austere, yet well-proportioned, exteri... more

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Significance: Salubria is a refined and rare example of a mid-eighteenth century Georgian mansion of Piedmont Virginia. The dwelling is architecturally significant for its austere, yet well-proportioned, exteri... more

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Significance: Salubria is a refined and rare example of a mid-eighteenth century Georgian mansion of Piedmont Virginia. The dwelling is architecturally significant for its austere, yet well-proportioned, exteri... more

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Significance: Salubria is a refined and rare example of a mid-eighteenth century Georgian mansion of Piedmont Virginia. The dwelling is architecturally significant for its austere, yet well-proportioned, exteri... more

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Significance: Salubria is a refined and rare example of a mid-eighteenth century Georgian mansion of Piedmont Virginia. The dwelling is architecturally significant for its austere, yet well-proportioned, exteri... more

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Significance: Salubria is a refined and rare example of a mid-eighteenth century Georgian mansion of Piedmont Virginia. The dwelling is architecturally significant for its austere, yet well-proportioned, exteri... more

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Salubria, Salubria Lane, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, VA

Significance: Salubria is a refined and rare example of a mid-eighteenth century Georgian mansion of Piedmont Virginia. The dwelling is architecturally significant for its austere, yet well-proportioned, exteri... more

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