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The Oaks (Kents Store, Virginia)

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NRHP Reference #  01000696
Designated VLR  March 14, 2001
Architectural style  Federal architecture
VLR #  032-0022
Area  69 ha
Added to NRHP  13 July 2001
The Oaks (Kents Store, Virginia)
Location  5025 Tabscott Rd., near Kents Store, Virginia
Built  1809 (1809)-1830, c. 1915

The Oaks is a historic home located near Kents Store, Fluvanna County, Virginia. It was built between about 1809 and 1830. The rear ell is the original section, and is a two story, brick structure. In 1830 the brick, single pile, two-story structure over a raised basement was built onto the south. The house has a slate covered gable roof. A small one-story weatherboard addition was built onto the rear about 1915. Also on the property are the contributing outdoor kitchen (later used as a schoolroom), a smokehouse, an icehouse, a latticed covered well, a barn, and the large Richardson/Bowles family cemetery.

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

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The Oaks (Kents Store, Virginia) Wikipedia


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