| 1818 (1818)|
6 May 1980
| Floyd Johnson|
| North of Esmont, near Esmont, Virginia|
Early Republic, Jeffersonian
Esmont is a historic home located near Esmont, Albemarle County, Virginia. The house was built about 1818, and is a two-story, three bay, square structure in the Jeffersonian style. It has a double pile, central passage plan. It is topped by a low hipped roof, surmounted by internal chimneys, further emphasized by the use of a balustrade with alternating solid and Chinese lattice panels. The front facade features a full length tetrastyle porch with Doric order columns and entablature. Also on the property are a contributing brick kitchen with a low hipped roof, office, a dairy and a smokehouse. The house was built for Dr. Charles Cocke, a nephew of James Powell Cocke who built the Edgemont.
It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1977.