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Historic houses in Virginia

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Historic houses in Virginia

Many historic houses in Virginia are notable sites. The U.S. state of Virginia was home to many of America's Founding Fathers, four of the first five U.S. presidents, as well as many important figures of the Confederacy. As one of the earliest locations of European settlement in America, Virginia has some of the oldest buildings in the nation.

List of historic houses in Virginia

Listing includes date of the start of construction where known.

Bacon's Castle, 1665
Mt. Vernon, 1741
Gunston Hall, 1755
Bel Air Plantation, 1740
Westover Plantation, c. 1755
Monticello, 1768
Arlington House, 1802
Stratford Hall Plantation, 1730

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References

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  3. ^ Belle Grove: Belle of the County
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