7 New VA Landmarks

Jerry Miller, CEO

1. Lane Hall, Blacksburg

Lane Hall Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA 24060
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Lane Hall was originally known as Barracks No. 1. It was the first dormitory built at Virginia Tech.

2. Farmer’s Rest

Photo: dhr.virginia.gov
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

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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

Derek Cunningham at the Lynchburg Grows farm/former rose nursery
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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
Facebook | Website | Photo: Murray Hill Events FB

This Colonial Revival home was a strategic location during the Civil War.

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