Rahul Sharma (Editor)

Buckland Historic District

Updated on
Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on Reddit
Covid-19
VLR #  076-0313
Year built  1774
Area  174 ha
Buckland Historic District
Location  7980-8205 Buckland Mill Rd. and 16206, 16208, 16210, and 16211 Lee Highway; also parts of Buckland Mill and Cerro Gordo Rds., and U.S. Routes 15/29, Buckland, Virginia
Built by  Crozet, Claudius; Sanders, Leslie, et al.
Architectural style  Federal, Late Federal, Early Republic, Mid 19th Century Revival, et al.
NRHP Reference #  88000681, 08000246 (Boundary Increase)
Added to NRHP  June 17, 1988, March 27, 2008 (Boundary Increase)

Buckland Historic District is a national historic district located at Buckland, Prince William County, Virginia. It encompasses 30 contributing buildings, 11 contributing sites, and 6 contributing structures in the town of Buckland. The district is centered on a grist mill (c. 1899), Buckland Mill, the third such structure located on the site. Besides the mill, the most significant buildings include an early-19th century wagon tavern and a small church (c. 1857). For the most part the houses are small, simple, 19th century dwellings constructed of log, frame or stone; most were intended to serve a commercial as well as a residential purpose. Other contributing resources include the mill race and dam, Cerro Gordo plantation, portions of the Civil War Buckland battlefields, the Kinsley Mill and miller’s house, and Buckland Hall (c. 1774).

It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1988, with a boundary increase in 2008.

References

Buckland Historic District Wikipedia


Similar Topics
Akintunde Akinwande
Bastian Semm
Julia Edward
Topics
 
B
i
Link
H2
L