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Buildings, sites, districts, and objects in Virginia listed on the National Register of Historic Places:

Map of Virginia Counties and Independent Cities.svg

As of December 31, 2009, there are 2,680 properties and districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places in all 95 Virginia counties and 36 of 39 independent cities, including 119 National Historic Landmarks and National Historic Landmark Districts, four National Historical Parks, two National Monuments, two National Battlefield Parks, one National Memorial, one National Battlefield and one National Military Park.

Number of listings by county and independent city

The following are approximate tallies of current listings by county and independent city. These counts are based on entries in the National Register Information Database as of April 24, 2008[1] and new weekly listings posted since then on the National Register of Historic Places web site.[2] There are frequent additions to the listings and occasional delistings and the counts here are approximate and not official. The counts in this table exclude boundary increase and decrease listings which modify the area covered by an existing property or district and which carry a separate National Register reference number.

Lincoln Theatre, Marion
Tazewell County Courthouse, Tazewell Historic District, Tazewell

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County/City # of Sites
1 Accomack 23
2 Albemarle 86
3 Alexandria (city) 41
4 Alleghany 13
5 Amelia 9
6 Amherst 21
7 Appomattox 4
8 Arlington 61
9 Augusta 51
10 Bath 12
11 Bedford County 25
12 Bedford (city) 6
13 Bland 2
14 Botetourt 22
15 Bristol (city) 9
16 Brunswick 11
17 Buchanan 2
18 Buckingham 10
19 Buena Vista (city) 5
20 Campbell 11
21 Caroline 18
22 Carroll 8
23 Charles City 28
24 Charlotte 19
25 Charlottesville (city) 63
26 Chesapeake (city) 9
27 Chesterfield 26
28 Clarke 36
29 Colonial Heights (city) 6
30 Covington (city) 2
31 Craig 3
32 Culpeper 26
33 Cumberland 15
34 Danville (city) 15
35 Dickenson 1
36 Dinwiddie 18
37 Emporia (city) 7
38 Essex 14
39 Fairfax County 49
40 Fairfax (city) 6
41 Falls Church (city) 5
42 Fauquier 53
43 Floyd 7
44 Fluvanna 16
45 Franklin County 21
46 Franklin (city) 2
47 Frederick 25
48 Fredericksburg (city) 22
49 Galax (city) 3
50 Giles 8
51 Gloucester 29
52 Goochland 23
53 Grayson 7
54 Greene 8
55 Greensville 3
56 Halifax 24
57 Hampton (city) 24
58 Hanover 37
59 Harrisonburg (city) 8
60 Henrico 28
61 Henry 18
62 Highland 6
63 Hopewell (city) 9
64 Isle Of Wight 20
65 James City 17
66 King And Queen 13
67 King George 14
68 King William 19
69 Lancaster 11
70 Lee 6
71 Lexington (city) 15
72 Loudoun 72
73 Louisa 21
74 Lunenburg 10
75 Lynchburg (city) 42
76 Madison 19
77 Manassas 3
78 Martinsville 6
79 Mathews 10
80 Mecklenburg 20
81 Middlesex 14
82 Montgomery 67
83 Nelson 17
84 New Kent 12
85 Newport News (city) 29
86 Norfolk (city) 50
87 Northampton 27
88 Northumberland 26
89 Nottoway 8
90 Orange 33
91 Page 28
92 Patrick 12
93 Petersburg (city) 37
94 Pittsylvania 17
95 Portsmouth (city) 22
96 Powhatan 19
97 Prince Edward 9
98 Prince George 9
99 Prince William 45
100 Pulaski 18
101 Radford (city) 7
102 Rappahannock 15
103 Richmond County 9
104 Richmond (city) 185
105 Roanoke County 10
106 Roanoke (city) 37
107 Rockbridge 44
108 Rockingham 36
109 Russell 9
110 Salem (city) 11
111 Scott 9
112 Shenandoah 25
113 Smyth 21
114 Southampton 12
115 Spotsylvania 16
116 Stafford 18
117 Staunton (city) 31
118 Suffolk (city) 23
119 Surry 18
120 Sussex 8
121 Tazewell 19
122 Virginia Beach (city) 21
123 Warren 19
124 Washington 13
125 Waynesboro (city) 8
126 Westmoreland 20
127 Williamsburg (city) 11
128 Winchester (city) 15
129 Wise 17
130 Wythe 19
131 York 11
(duplicates) (33)[3]
Total: 2,680

Accomack County

Albemarle County

Alexandria (city)

Alleghany County

Amelia County

Amherst County

Appomattox County

Arlington County

Augusta County

Bath County

Bedford (city)

[4] Landmark name[1] Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Avenel 01992-01-30 January 30, 1992 413 Avenel Ave.
37°20′16″N 79°31′29″W / 37.33778°N 79.52472°W / 37.33778; -79.52472 (Avenel)
Bedford
2 John D. Ballard House 01997-12-12 December 12, 1997 525 Longwood Ave.
37°20′21″N 79°31′13″W / 37.33917°N 79.52028°W / 37.33917; -79.52028 (Ballard, John D., House)
Bedford
3 Bedford Historic District Bedford County Court House.jpg 01984-10-04 October 4, 1984 Roughly bounded by Longwood, Bedford, and Mountain Aves., Peaks, Oak, Grove, and Washington Sts.
37°20′15″N 79°31′21″W / 37.3375°N 79.5225°W / 37.3375; -79.5225 (Bedford Historic District)
Bedford
4 Bedford Historic Meetinghouse 01978-01-31 January 31, 1978 153 W. Main St.
37°20′5″N 79°31′32″W / 37.33472°N 79.52556°W / 37.33472; -79.52556 (Bedford Historic Meetinghouse)
Bedford
5 Burks-Guy-Hagen House 01985-12-19 December 19, 1985 520 Peaks St.
37°20′18.11″N 79°31′19.61″W / 37.3383639°N 79.5221139°W / 37.3383639; -79.5221139 (Burks--Guy--Hagen House)
Bedford
6 Elks National Home 02008-05-29 May 29, 2008 931 Ashland Ave.
37°20′23.69″N 79°31′59.71″W / 37.3399139°N 79.5332528°W / 37.3399139; -79.5332528 (Elks National Home)
Bedford

Bedford County

Bland County

[4] Landmark name[1] Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Mountain Glen 01991-01-24 January 24, 1991 1 mi. SE of Ceres
37°0′13″N 81°19′49″W / 37.00361°N 81.33028°W / 37.00361; -81.33028 (Mountain Glen)
Ceres
2 Sharon Lutheran Church and Cemetery 01979-02-28 February 28, 1979 W of Ceres on VA 42
37°0′58″N 81°20′59″W / 37.01611°N 81.34972°W / 37.01611; -81.34972 (Sharon Lutheran Church and Cemetery)
Ceres

Botetourt County

Bristol (city)

Brunswick County

Buchanan County

[4] Landmark name[1] Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Buchanan County Courthouse 01982-09-16 September 16, 1982 Walnut and Main Sts.
37°16′40″N 82°5′57″W / 37.27778°N 82.09917°W / 37.27778; -82.09917 (Buchanan County Courthouse)
Grundy
2 Whitewood High School 02008-09-12 September 12, 2008 17424 Dismal River Rd.
37°14′32.91″N 81°52′18.21″W / 37.242475°N 81.871725°W / 37.242475; -81.871725 (Whitewood High School)
Whitewood

Buckingham County

Buena Vista (city)

[4] Landmark name[1] Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Buena Vista Colored School 02003-04-02 April 2, 2003 30th St. and Aspen Ave.
37°44′38″N 79°21′12″W / 37.74389°N 79.35333°W / 37.74389; -79.35333 (Buena Vista Colored School)
Buena Vista
2 Buena Vista Downtown Historic District 02009-09-30 September 30, 2009 2000 & 2100 blocks of Magnolia Ave. and adjacent blocks
37°44′4.19″N 79°21′15.16″W / 37.7344972°N 79.3542111°W / 37.7344972; -79.3542111 (Buena Vista Downtown Historic District)
Buena Vista
3 Old Courthouse 01979-05-25 May 25, 1979 2110 Magnolia Ave.
37°44′4″N 79°21′15″W / 37.73444°N 79.35417°W / 37.73444; -79.35417 (Old Courthouse)
Buena Vista
4 W.N. Seay House 02007-08-16 August 16, 2007 245 W. 26th St.
37°44′27.15″N 79°21′12″W / 37.740875°N 79.35333°W / 37.740875; -79.35333 (Seay, W.N., House)
Buena Vista
5 Southern Seminary Main Building 01972-04-13 April 13, 1972 Jct. of Ivy and Park Aves.
37°44′24″N 79°21′2″W / 37.74°N 79.35056°W / 37.74; -79.35056 (Southern Seminary Main Building)
Buena Vista

Campbell County

Caroline County

Carroll County

Charles City County

Charlotte County

Charlottesville (city)

Chesapeake (city)

Chesterfield County

Clarke County

Colonial Heights (city)

[4] Landmark name[1] Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Conjurer's Field Archeological Site (44CF20) 01990-10-25 October 25, 1990 Address Restricted Colonial Heights
2 Conjurer's Neck Archeological District 02003-10-23 October 23, 2003 Address Restricted Colonial Heights
3 Ellerslie 01973-12-04 December 4, 1973 Ellerslie Rd.
37°16′15″N 77°24′20″W / 37.27083°N 77.40556°W / 37.27083; -77.40556 (Ellerslie)
Colonial Heights
4 Fort Clifton Archeological Site 01981-02-03 February 3, 1981 Address Restricted Colonial Heights
5 Oak Hill 01974-07-30 July 30, 1974 151 Carroll Ave.
37°14′12″N 77°24′33″W / 37.23667°N 77.40917°W / 37.23667; -77.40917 (Oak Hill)
Colonial Heights
6 Violet Bank Colonial Hgts4.jpg 01974-07-30 July 30, 1974 Royal Oak Ave.
37°14′30″N 77°24′19″W / 37.24167°N 77.40528°W / 37.24167; -77.40528 (Violet Bank)
Colonial Heights

Covington (city)

[4] Landmark name[1] Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Covington Historic District 01991-02-21 February 21, 1991 Roughly bounded by the Jackson R., Monroe Ave., CSX RR tracks, and Maple Ave.
37°47′30″N 79°59′45″W / 37.79167°N 79.99583°W / 37.79167; -79.99583 (Covington Historic District)
Covington
2 First Baptist Church of Covington, Virginia 02002-01-24 January 24, 2002 337 S. Lexington Ave.
37°47′11″N 79°59′36″W / 37.78639°N 79.99333°W / 37.78639; -79.99333 (First Baptist Church of Covington, Virginia)
Covington

Craig County

[4] Landmark name[1] Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Craig Healing Springs 01982-07-21 July 21, 1982 VA 658
37°29′5″N 80°17′32″W / 37.48472°N 80.29222°W / 37.48472; -80.29222 (Craig Healing Springs)
Craig Springs
2 Huffman House 02005-05-26 May 26, 2005 Address Restricted Newport
3 New Castle Historic District 01973-10-25 October 25, 1973 Main and Court Sts.
37°30′14″N 80°6′35″W / 37.50389°N 80.10972°W / 37.50389; -80.10972 (New Castle Historic District)
New Castle Boundary increase (listed June 10, 1973): Boyd, Broad, Court, Main, Market, Middle, Race and Walnut Sts., VA 42 and VA 311, Mitchell Dr. and Salem Ave.

Culpeper County

Cumberland County

Danville (city)

Dickenson County

[4] Landmark name[1] Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Dickenson County Courthouse 01982-09-16 September 16, 1982 Main and McClure Sts.
37°9′0″N 82°27′25″W / 37.15°N 82.45694°W / 37.15; -82.45694 (Dickenson County Courthouse)
Clintwood

Dinwiddie County

Emporia (city)

[4] Landmark name[1] Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Belfield-Emporia Historic District 02007-11-01 November 1, 2007 Roughly bounded by the Petersburg & Danville RR, Atlantic Ave., Budd & Valley Sts.
36°41′32.86″N 77°32′19.62″W / 36.6924611°N 77.5387833°W / 36.6924611; -77.5387833 (Belfield-Emporia Historic District)
Emporia
2 Greensville County Courthouse Complex 01983-07-21 July 21, 1983 S. Main St.
36°41′10″N 77°32′33″W / 36.68611°N 77.5425°W / 36.68611; -77.5425 (Greensville County Courthouse Complex)
Emporia
3 Greensville County Training School 02006-03-08 March 8, 2006 105 Ruffin St.
36°41′57″N 77°32′9″W / 36.69917°N 77.53583°W / 36.69917; -77.53583 (Greensville County Training School)
Emporia
4 Hicksford-Emporia Historic District 02007-11-20 November 20, 2007 S Main St. & Brunswick Ave.
36°41′9.76″N 77°32′34.05″W / 36.6860444°N 77.5427917°W / 36.6860444; -77.5427917 (Hicksford-Emporia Historic District)
Emporia
5 H. T. Klugel Architectural Sheet Metal Work Building 01973-04-02 April 2, 1973 135 Atlantic Ave.
36°41′39″N 77°32′12″W / 36.69417°N 77.53667°W / 36.69417; -77.53667 (Klugel, H. T., Architectural Sheet Metal Work Building)
Emporia
6 Old Merchants and Farmers Bank Building 01979-05-07 May 7, 1979 S. Main St.
36°41′5″N 77°32′35″W / 36.68472°N 77.54306°W / 36.68472; -77.54306 (Old Merchants and Farmers Bank Building)
Emporia
7 Village View 01982-09-16 September 16, 1982 221 Briggs St.
36°40′51″N 77°32′35″W / 36.68083°N 77.54306°W / 36.68083; -77.54306 (Village View)
Emporia

Essex County

Fairfax (city)

[4] Landmark name[1] Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 29 Diner 29 Diner Exterior.jpg 01992-10-29 October 29, 1992 10536 Lee Hwy.
38°51′28.64″N 77°18′30.82″W / 38.8579556°N 77.3085611°W / 38.8579556; -77.3085611 (29 Diner)
Fairfax
2 Blenheim 02001-02-23 February 23, 2001 3610 Old Lee Hwy.
38°51′21.11″N 77°17′35.85″W / 38.8558639°N 77.2932917°W / 38.8558639; -77.2932917 (Blenheim)
Fairfax
3 City of Fairfax Historic District 01987-08-27 August 27, 1987 Jct. of VA 236 and VA 123
38°50′48″N 77°18′26″W / 38.84667°N 77.30722°W / 38.84667; -77.30722 (City of Fairfax Historic District)
Fairfax
4 Fairfax County Courthouse 01974-05-03 May 3, 1974 4000 Chain Bridge Rd.
38°50′43.94″N 77°18′24.92″W / 38.8455389°N 77.3069222°W / 38.8455389; -77.3069222 (Fairfax County Courthouse)
Fairfax Boundary increase (listed October 1, 1981): 4000 Chain Bridge Rd.
5 Fairfax Public School 01992-10-21 October 21, 1992 10209 Main St.
38°50′41.3″N 77°18′.27″W / 38.844806°N 77.300075°W / 38.844806; -77.300075 (Fairfax Public School)
Fairfax
6 Ratcliffe-Logan-Allison House 01973-02-16 February 16, 1973 200 E. Main St.
38°50′45″N 77°18′18″W / 38.84583°N 77.305°W / 38.84583; -77.305 (Ratcliffe-Logan-Allison House)
Fairfax

Fairfax County

Falls Church (city)

[4] Landmark name[1] Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Birch House 01977-10-26 October 26, 1977 312 E. Broad St.
38°52′45″N 77°10′3″W / 38.87917°N 77.1675°W / 38.87917; -77.1675 (Birch House)
Falls Church
2 Cherry Hill 01973-07-26 July 26, 1973 312 Park Ave.
38°53′8″N 77°10′24″W / 38.88556°N 77.17333°W / 38.88556; -77.17333 (Cherry Hill)
Falls Church
3 Falls Church The Falls Church 01970-02-26 February 26, 1970 115 E. Fairfax St.
38°52′51″N 77°10′16″W / 38.88083°N 77.17111°W / 38.88083; -77.17111 (Falls Church)
Falls Church
4 Mount Hope 01984-10-04 October 4, 1984 203 Oak St.
38°53′9″N 77°10′54″W / 38.88583°N 77.18167°W / 38.88583; -77.18167 (Mount Hope)
Falls Church
5 West Cornerstone 01991-02-01 February 1, 1991 W side Meridian St., S of jct. with Williamsburg Blvd.
38°53′33″N 77°10′21″W / 38.8925°N 77.1725°W / 38.8925; -77.1725 (West Cornerstone)
Falls Church

Fauquier County

Floyd County

[4] Landmark name[1] Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Floyd Historic District 02005-11-16 November 16, 2005 Centered along Main and Osford Sts. bet. Penn Ave., and Baker St. and Sweeney and Nira St.
36°54′43″N 80°19′10″W / 36.91194°N 80.31944°W / 36.91194; -80.31944 (Floyd Historic District)
Floyd
2 Floyd Presbyterian Church 01976-05-17 May 17, 1976 U.S. 221
36°54′40″N 80°19′6″W / 36.91111°N 80.31833°W / 36.91111; -80.31833 (Floyd Presbyterian Church)
Floyd
3 Glenanna 02002-05-16 May 16, 2002 204 W. Main St.
36°54′42″N 80°19′15″W / 36.91167°N 80.32083°W / 36.91167; -80.32083 (Glenanna)
Floyd
4 Phlegar Farm 02003-06-22 June 22, 2003 Off VA 615
36°55′30″N 80°18′18″W / 36.925°N 80.305°W / 36.925; -80.305 (Phlegar Farm)
Floyd
5 Slate Mountain Presbyterian Church and Cemetery 02007-03-30 March 30, 2007 2121 Lonesome Dove Dr.
36°46′41.79″N 80°23′33.25″W / 36.778275°N 80.3925694°W / 36.778275; -80.3925694 (Slate Mountain Presbyterian Church and Cemetery)
Christiansburg
6 Willis Presbyterian Church and Cemetery 02007-03-30 March 30, 2007 5733 Floyd Hwy S
36°51′25.97″N 80°28′59.91″W / 36.8572139°N 80.4833083°W / 36.8572139; -80.4833083 (Willis Presbyterian Church and Cemetery)
Willis
7 West Fork Furnace 02009-06-05 June 5, 2009 VA 605 Floyd

Fluvanna County

Franklin County

Franklin (city)

[4] Landmark name[1] Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 The Elms 01982-09-09 September 9, 1982 Clay St.
36°40′45″N 76°56′1″W / 36.67917°N 76.93361°W / 36.67917; -76.93361 (Elms, The)
Franklin
2 Franklin Historic District 01985-05-09 May 9, 1985 US 58 and US 258
36°40′37″N 76°55′35″W / 36.67694°N 76.92639°W / 36.67694; -76.92639 (Franklin Historic District)
Franklin Boundary increase (listed August 11, 2004): Jct. of US 58 and VA 258

Frederick County

Fredericksburg (city)

Galax (city)

[4] Landmark name[1] Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Gordon C. Felts House 02002-02-05 February 5, 2002 404 N. Main St.
36°39′54″N 80°55′42″W / 36.665°N 80.92833°W / 36.665; -80.92833 (Felts, Gordon C., House)
Galax
2 Galax Commercial Historic District 02002-05-30 May 30, 2002 Roughly Main, Center, Grayson, Carroll and Oldtown Sts. Galax Boundary increase (listed November 12, 2008): 107 West Oldtown St.
3 A. G. Pless, Jr. House 02002-05-16 May 16, 2002 942 Glendale Rd.
36°40′59″N 80°54′5″W / 36.68306°N 80.90139°W / 36.68306; -80.90139 (Pless, A.G., Jr. House)
Galax

Giles County

[4] Landmark name[1] Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Giles County Courthouse 01982-09-09 September 9, 1982 VA 100 and US 460
37°19′36″N 80°44′6″W / 37.32667°N 80.735°W / 37.32667; -80.735 (Giles County Courthouse)
Pearisburg
2 Greater Newport Rural Historic District 02000-12-14 December 14, 2000 Roughly bounded by US 460 and VA 42, 601, 603, 604, 605 and 700.
37°18′27″N 80°31′42″W / 37.3075°N 80.52833°W / 37.3075; -80.52833 (Greater Newport Rural Historic District)
Newport
3 Andrew Johnston House 01993-02-11 February 11, 1993 208 N. Main St.
37°19′42″N 80°44′10″W / 37.32833°N 80.73611°W / 37.32833; -80.73611 (Johnston, Andrew, House)
Pearisburg
4 Newport Historic District 01994-02-25 February 25, 1994 Area surrounding Greenbriar Branch Rd. and VA 42
37°17′36″N 80°29′46″W / 37.29333°N 80.49611°W / 37.29333; -80.49611 (Newport Historic District)
Newport
5 Pearisburg Historic District 01992-01-30 January 30, 1992 Roughly, Wenonah Ave. from Tazewell St. to Main St. and adjacent parts of N. and S. Main
37°19′35″N 80°44′6″W / 37.32639°N 80.735°W / 37.32639; -80.735 (Pearisburg Historic District)
Pearisburg
6 Q.M. Pyne Store 02009-03-13 March 13, 2009 168 Village Street Eggleston
7 Shannon Cemetery 02006-05-04 May 4, 2006 Jct. of VA 42 and 100
37°13′4″N 80°44′30″W / 37.21778°N 80.74167°W / 37.21778; -80.74167 (Shannon Cemetery)
Pearisburg
8 Walker's Creek Presbyterian Church 02003-10-22 October 22, 2003 Walker's Creek Valley Rd.
37°11′39″N 80°50′20″W / 37.19417°N 80.83889°W / 37.19417; -80.83889 (Walker's Creek Presbyterian Church)
Pearisburg Boundary increase (listed February 1, 2006): Walker's Creek Cemetery

Gloucester County

Goochland County

Grayson County

[4] Landmark name[1] Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Stephen G. Bourne House 02004-08-26 August 26, 2004 6707 Spring Valley Rd.
36°44′10″N 81°4′54″W / 36.73611°N 81.08167°W / 36.73611; -81.08167 (Bourne, Stephen G., House)
Fries
2 Brookside Farm and Mill 02005-11-16 November 16, 2005 4161 Wilson Hwy.
36°37′6″N 81°13′31″W / 36.61833°N 81.22528°W / 36.61833; -81.22528 (Brookside Farm and Mill)
Independence
3 Dr. Virgil Cox House 02004-05-19 May 19, 2004 406 West Stuart Dr.
36°39′43″N 80°55′49″W / 36.66194°N 80.93028°W / 36.66194; -80.93028 (Cox, Dr. Virgil, House)
Galax
4 Fries Boarding Houses 02007-10-29 October 29, 2007 362 & 364 Grayson St.
36°43′1″N 80°58′43″W / 36.71694°N 80.97861°W / 36.71694; -80.97861 (Fries Boarding Houses)
Fries
5 Grayson County Courthouse Independence va couthhouse during 4thJuly 2006.jpg 01978-01-26 January 26, 1978 Main St.
36°37′21″N 81°9′7″W / 36.6225°N 81.15194°W / 36.6225; -81.15194 (Grayson County Courthouse)
Independence
6 Old Grayson County Courthouse and Clerk's Office 01997-02-21 February 21, 1997 Jct. of Greenville and Justice Rds.
36°39′17″N 80°57′38″W / 36.65472°N 80.96056°W / 36.65472; -80.96056 (Grayson County Courthouse and Clerk's Office, Old)
Galax
7 Ripshin 01971-09-22 September 22, 1971 Near jct. of VA 603 and 732
36°41′53″N 81°24′26″W / 36.69806°N 81.40722°W / 36.69806; -81.40722 (Ripshin)
Troutdale Also known as Sherwood Anderson Farm

Greene County

Greensville County

[4] Landmark name[1] Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Alexander Watson Batte House 01991-07-03 July 3, 1991 S side VA 612, 1500 ft. W of jct. with VA 651
36°48′1″N 77°33′21″W / 36.80028°N 77.55583°W / 36.80028; -77.55583 (Batte, Alexander Watson, House)
Jarratt
2 John Green Archaeological Sites 01985-05-09 May 9, 1985 Address Restricted Emporia
3 Weaver House 01982-07-08 July 8, 1982 VA 614
36°45′35″N 77°30′48″W / 36.75972°N 77.51333°W / 36.75972; -77.51333 (Weaver House)
Cowie Corner

Halifax County

Hampton (city)

Hanover County

Harrisonburg (city)

Henrico County

Henry County

Highland County

[4] Landmark name[1] Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Crab Run Lane Truss Bridge 02009-09-16 September 16, 2009 VA 645 over Crab Run McDowell
2 GW Jeep Site 01993-12-23 December 23, 1993 Address Restricted Monterey Listed in the NRIS database in Pocahontas County, West Virginia
3 Mansion House 02006-01-31 January 31, 2006 VA 645, 161 Mansion House Rd.
38°20′19″N 79°29′30″W / 38.33861°N 79.49167°W / 38.33861; -79.49167 (Mansion House)
McDowell
4 McClung Farm Historic District 01991-01-25 January 25, 1991 Address Restricted McDowell
5 Monterey High School 02002-03-13 March 13, 2002 Spruce St., 0.5 mi. S of US 250
38°24′35″N 79°35′13″W / 38.40972°N 79.58694°W / 38.40972; -79.58694 (Monterey High School)
Monterey
6 Monterey Hotel 01974-01-18 January 18, 1974 Main St. (U.S. 250)
38°24′45″N 79°34′50″W / 38.4125°N 79.58056°W / 38.4125; -79.58056 (Monterey Hotel)
Monterey

Hopewell (city)

Isle of Wight County

James City County

King and Queen County

King George County

King William County

Lancaster County

Lee County

Lexington (city)

Loudoun County

Louisa County

Lunenburg County

Lynchburg (city)

Madison County

Manassas (city)

Martinsville (city)

Mathews County

Mecklenburg County

Middlesex County

Montgomery County

Nelson County

New Kent County

Newport News (city)

Norfolk (city)

Northampton County

Northumberland County

Nottoway County

Orange County

Page County

Patrick County

Petersburg (city)

Pittsylvania County

Portsmouth (city)

Powhatan County

Prince Edward County

Prince George County

Prince William County

Pulaski County

Radford (city)

[4] Landmark name[1] Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Arnheim 02002-05-30 May 30, 2002 40 Dalton Dr.
37°8′11″N 80°34′8″W / 37.13639°N 80.56889°W / 37.13639; -80.56889 (Arnheim)
Radford
2 East Radford Historic District 02000-05-11 May 11, 2000 Norwood, Stockton, and Downey Sts., and Grove Ave.
37°8′12″N 80°33′32″W / 37.13667°N 80.55889°W / 37.13667; -80.55889 (East Radford Historic District)
Radford
3 Glencoe 02000-11-22 November 22, 2000 First St.
37°7′56″N 80°34′49″W / 37.13222°N 80.58028°W / 37.13222; -80.58028 (Glencoe)
Radford
4 Halwyck 01997-08-29 August 29, 1997 915 Tyler Ave.
37°7′55″N 80°32′56″W / 37.13194°N 80.54889°W / 37.13194; -80.54889 (Halwyck)
Radford
5 Harvey House 01976-07-30 July 30, 1976 706 Harvey St.
37°7′41″N 80°34′13″W / 37.12806°N 80.57028°W / 37.12806; -80.57028 (Harvey House)
Radford
6 La Riviere 01994-08-16 August 16, 1994 5 Ingles St.
37°6′58″N 80°35′40″W / 37.11611°N 80.59444°W / 37.11611; -80.59444 (La Riviere)
Radford
7 West Radford Commercial Historic District 02005-01-19 January 19, 2005 100, 200 and 300 blocks of W. Main St.
37°8′1″N 80°34′29″W / 37.13361°N 80.57472°W / 37.13361; -80.57472 (West Radford Commercial Historic District)
Radford

Rappahannock County

Richmond (city)

Richmond County

Roanoke (city)

Roanoke County

Rockbridge County

Rockingham County

Russell County

Salem (city)

Scott County

Shenandoah County

Smyth County

Southampton County

Spotsylvania County

Stafford County

Staunton (city)

Suffolk (city)

Surry County

Sussex County

Tazewell County

Virginia Beach (city)

Warren County

Washington County

Waynesboro (city)

Westmoreland County

Williamsburg (city)

Winchester (city)

Wise County

Wythe County

York County

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. April 24, 2008. http://www.nr.nps.gov.  
  2. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service. http://www.cr.nps.gov/nr/nrlist.htm. Retrieved March 11, 2009.  
  3. ^ The following sites are listed in more than one county or city in the NRIS: Bear's Den Rural Historic District (Clarke, Loudoun), Cedar Creek Battlefield and Belle Grove (Frederick, Warren), Cobham Park (Albemarle, Louisa), Douthat State Park Historic District (Alleghany, Bath), George Washington Memorial Parkway (Arlington, Fairfax (county)), James River and Kanawha Canal Historic District (Henrico, Richmond (city)), Keswick (Chesterfield, Powhatan), Manassas National Battlefield Park (Fairfax (county), Prince William), Gen. William Mitchell House (Fauquier, Loudoun), Mount Vernon Memorial Highway (Alexandria, Arlington, Fairfax (county)), Norfolk Southern Six Mile Bridge No. 58 (Amherst, Campbell), Northwest No. 3 Boundary Marker of the Original District of Columbia (Arlington, Fairfax (county)), Rapidan Historic District (Culpeper, Orange), Rose Hill Farm (Fauquier, Loudoun), Scottsville Historic District (Albemarle, Fluvanna), Seven Islands Archeological and Historic District (Buckingham, Fluvanna), Skyline Drive Historic District (Albemarle, Augusta, Greene, Madison, Page, Rockingham, Rappahannock, Warren), Southwest No. 4 Boundary Marker of the Original District of Columbia (Alexandria, Arlington), Southwest No. 5 Boundary Marker of the Original District of Columbia (Alexandria, Arlington), Southwest No. 6 Boundary Marker of the Original District of Columbia (Arlington, Fairfax (county)), Southwest No. 7 Boundary Marker of the Original District of Columbia (Arlington, Fairfax (county)), Southwest No. 8 Boundary Marker of the Original District of Columbia (Arlington, Fairfax (county)), Swannanoa (Augusta, Nelson), Tuckahoe (Goochland, Henrico), West Cornerstone (Arlington, Fairfax (county), Falls Church)
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmark sites and National Register of Historic Places Districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
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