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    Barracks No. 1 at Virginia Tech

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    Tucked away in Troutville, VA, in a tall, thin, old style log building that was built in 1783, lies a quaint, dainty tea room

    - - - - Bedrooms: 5 Approximate square footage: 5396 Contact: Rebecca "Honey' Davis and Charles Ferguson The Davis Company Realtors Honey: 434-572-0876 or Charles: 434-579-4009

    Virginia Home... historic boarding house located at Fieldale, Henry County, Virginia. It was built in 1920

    Wesley Chapel United Methodist Church (1893), Chuckatuck, Suffolk, VA.

    Abandoned home near Roanoke Virginia

    abandoned home in Edwardsville, Virginia

    Hollland Island, Chesapeake Bay, Virginia.

    Lightwood House---c 1760 and 1795 in Surry County, VA. on land given by Chief Powhatan to Pocahontas and John Rolfe as a wedding gift.

    Home in the fog, Chase City, Va c turn of the 20th century.

    Downtown Pamplin City, VA mostly abandoned and in decline