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Long Meadow (Winchester, Virginia)

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Built  1755 (1755)
VLR #  034-0031
Opened  1755
Added to NRHP  27 July 2005
NRHP Reference #  05000769
Designated VLR  June 1, 2005
Area  15 ha
Long Meadow (Winchester, Virginia)
Location  1946 Jones Rd., near Winchester, Virginia
Architectural styles  Greek Revival architecture, Federal architecture

Long Meadow, also known as Long Meadows Farm, is a historic home located near Winchester, in Frederick County, Virginia. The earliest section was built about 1755, and is the 1 1/2-story limestone portion. A 1 1/2-story detached log unit was built shortly after, and connected to the original section by a covered breezeway. In 1827, a large two-story, stuccoed stone wing in a transitional Federal / Greek Revival style was built directly adjacent to log section. The house was restored in 1919, after a fire in the 1827 section in 1916. Also on the property are a contributing stone-lined ice house, an early frame smokehouse, and the ruins of a 1 1/2-story log cabin.

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2005.


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