| 1852 (1852)|
11 April 1973
January 16, 1973
| 3402 Grandin Road Extension SW, Roanoke, Virginia|
Greek Revival architecture, Neoclassical architecture
Blue Ridge Mountains, Mill Mountain Zoo, Roanoke Mountain, Valley View Mall, Hotel Roanoke
Lone Oaks Wikipedia
Lone Oaks, also known as the Benjamin Deyerle Place and Winsmere, is a Greek Revival mansion listed on both the National Register of Historic Places and the Virginia Landmarks Register in the Greater Deyerle neighborhood of the independent city of Roanoke, Virginia, U.S.A. Located at 3402 Grandin Road Extension SW, Lone Oaks was completed in 1850 as the private residence of Benjamin Deyerle overlooking Mudlick Creek. Today the home still stands, with the surrounding area now developed as single family home typical of those built during the 1970s-80s. Today the home remains as a private residence. The house is L-shaped with a single pediment Doric entrance portico, which has plain square pillars and fluted columns. It became a Virginia Historic Landmark and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973.