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Waverly (Middleburg, Virginia)

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NRHP Reference #  79003040
Designated VLR  September 19, 1978
Added to NRHP  26 March 1979
VLR #  030-0226
Area  2 ha
Architect  David Adler
Waverly (Middleburg, Virginia)
Location  South of Middleburg on VA 626, near Middleburg, Virginia
Built  c. 1790, c. 1830, c. 1850
Architectural style  Gothic Revival architecture
Similar  David Adler Estate, Castle Hill, Field Estate, Bull Run Mountains

Waverly, also known as Waverley, is a historic house located near Middleburg, Fauquier County, Virginia. The original section was built about 1790, and later enlarged about 1830, and enlarged and remodeled in the 1850s. It is a single-pile, center-hall, two-story dwelling, a typical example of an I-house. It has a long, two-story rear ell and has Gothic Revival style decorative detailing. The front facade features a full-width two-story portico with six square piers supporting a flat roof with a plain wooden parapet. The house was renovated after 1940 by noted architect David Adler.

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.

Peyton House, built during 1831-34 in Raymond, Mississippi, appears to have been modeled upon Waverly.


Waverly (Middleburg, Virginia) Wikipedia

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