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A. P. Hill Boyhood Home

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NRHP Reference #  73002006
Designated VLR  June 19, 1973
Added to NRHP  2 October 1973
VLR #  204-0006
Area  4,000 m²
A. P. Hill Boyhood Home
Location  102 N. Main St., Culpeper, Virginia
Built  c. 1820 (1820), c. 1860
Architectural styles  Federal architecture, Italianate architecture
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A. P. Hill Boyhood Home is a historic home located at Culpeper, Culpeper County, Virginia. The original section was built about 1820, and enlarged to its present size about 1860. It is a three-story, five bay by seven bay, brick building in the Tuscan villa style townhouse. It was originally three bays deep, but enlarged to seven bays just before the American Civil War. It was built by Revolutionary War General Edward Stevens, then purchased by the father of General A. P. Hill in 1832. It housed a dwelling and store. The Hill family sold the property in 1862.

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973. It is located in the Culpeper Historic District.


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