Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Georgian-Style Prestwould Plantation, Built in 1794 by Sir Peyton Skipwith on the Bluffs Above the Dan and Stanton Rivers

Bacon's Castle in Surry, VA - the only example of Jacobean architecture in America

Stratford Hall, Georgian Style Mansion Built in 1730''s by Thomas Lee - Home Where Robert E. Lee Was Born

Woodlawn Plantation, Home of George Washington's Grand-daughter, Designed by William Thorton, Original Architect of U.S. Capitol

Monticello, Home of Thomas Jefferson in Charlottesville, Virginia

Montpelier, Home of President James Madison Near Orange, Virginia

Oak Hill Plantation, Federal-Style Home of President James Monroe in Loudoun County, Virginia Designed by James Hoban, Architect of White House

The Red Fox Inn in Middleburg, Loudoun County, Virginia - the Oldest Inn in America

Oatlands Located Near Leesburg, Virginia - Greek Revival-Style Mansion Built by George Carter, Descendant of Robert "King" Carter

Happy Retreat, Early Republic/Classical Revival Style Home Built By George Washington's Youngest Brother, Charles Washington Near Charles Town WVA

Harewood Plantation, Georgian-Style Home Built By George Washington's Brother Samuel Washington Near Charles Town, WVA

Belmont Plantation Built By Ludwell Lee, Son of Thomas Lee, Near Leesburg

Blakeley, Greek Revival/Federal-Style Home Built by John Augustine Washington II, Great-Nephew of George Washington, Near Charles Town, WVA

Chestnut Hill and Creek Hill farms in Loudoun County, Virginia

Morven Park Plantation in Leesburg, Loudoun County, Virginia

Carter Hall, Georgian-Style Home Of Nathaniel Burwell Along the Shenandoah River in Millwood, Virginia

Long Branch, Greek Revival-Style Home of Robert Carter Burwell, Designed by Benjamin Latrobe, Architect of the U.S. Capitol, in Millwood, Virginia