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A.C. Beatie House

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Built  1891 (1891)
NRHP Reference #  01000697
Designated VLR  July 5, 2001
Area  7 ha
Built by  Pendleton, J. William
VLR #  189-0014
Opened  1891
Added to NRHP  5 July 2001
A.C. Beatie House
Location  249 W. Lee Hwy., near Chilhowie, Virginia
Architectural style  Queen Anne style architecture

A.C. Beatie House is a historic home located near Chilhowie, Smyth County, Virginia. It was built in 1891, and is a two-story, frame Queen Anne style dwelling. It features a cornice with molded gable returns and scroll-sawn profile brackets, a polygonal front bay, and a one-story, three-bay porch with intricately scroll-sawn columns, cornice brackets, and balustrade. Also on the property are the contributing poured concrete dairy, a frame smokehouse constructed above an underground root cellar, a frame shed used to store coal and wood, a shed-roofed chicken coop, a frame garden house / garage, a garage, and a frame machinery shed. Also located on the property are the ruins of Town House, composed of three stone chimneys and brick wall remnants of a summer kitchen.

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2001.


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