1. Lane Hall, Blacksburg
Lane Hall Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA 24060
Lane Hall was originally known as Barracks No. 1. It was the first dormitory built at Virginia Tech.
2. Farmer’s Rest
Farmer’s Rest is a Pre-Civil War Greek Revival home.
3. Unitarian Universalist Church Of Arlington, Arlington
4444 Arlington Blvd, Arlington, Virginia 22204
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This church is Virginia’s only church designed by modernist architect Charles M. Goodman.
4. Security Storage & Safe Deposit Co., Norfolk
This warehouse was built almost a century ago and is one of only two of Norfolk’s waterfront warehouses left standing.
5. Fry’s Spring Historic District, Charlottesville
Photo: Fry’s Spring Beach Club
Fry’s Spring was named after the Fry family of the 18th Century. It has several distinguishing houses and other buildings.
6. Doyle Florist Inc. / H. R. Schenkel Inc. Greenhouse Range, Lynchburg
The Doyle-Schenkel complex was chosen for it’s representation of the floral industry in America.
7. Murray Hill, Loudoun Co.
42910 Edwards Ferry Rd, Leesburg, Virginia
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This Colonial Revival home was a strategic location during the Civil War.
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