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Pioneer Building, 2679 East Grand Boulevard, Detroit, Wayne County, MI

Pioneer Building, 2679 East Grand Boulevard, Detroit, Wayne County, MI

See HAER MI-416, Detroit's Milwaukee Junction Survey, for additional information. Significance: Erected in 1908 by the Trippensee brothers, an addition was completed in 1915. Part of the need for this expansion... more

Peachtree Plantation, South Santee River, McClellanville, Charleston County, SC

Peachtree Plantation, South Santee River, McClellanville, Charleston C...

2014 Leicester B. Holland Prize, Entry Significance: Located in the St. James Santee Parish along the South Santee River, Peachtree Plantation stands as a ruin. Peachtree Plantation was once a two-story dwellin... more

Architectural Remains, Project 103, Structure 125, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Project 103, Structure 125, Jamestown, James Ci...

Significance: Likely Structure 125 served as a tavern and was the one documentary evidence records as being operated by Thomas Rabley in the 1680s and 1690s. Architectural and archaeological evidence reveals a... more

Architectural Remains, Project 103, Structure 125, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Project 103, Structure 125, Jamestown, James Ci...

Significance: Likely Structure 125 served as a tavern and was the one documentary evidence records as being operated by Thomas Rabley in the 1680s and 1690s. Architectural and archaeological evidence reveals a... more

Ratcliffe Manor, Easton Parkway (State Route 322) Vicinity, Easton, Talbot County, MD

Ratcliffe Manor, Easton Parkway (State Route 322) Vicinity, Easton, Ta...

Significance: Built between 1757 and 1762, Ratcliffe Manor is perhaps the finest, most sophisticated and intact mid-eighteenth-century Georgian style plantation house on Maryland's Eastern Shore. It was built f... more

Ratcliffe Manor, Easton Parkway (State Route 322) Vicinity, Easton, Talbot County, MD

Ratcliffe Manor, Easton Parkway (State Route 322) Vicinity, Easton, Ta...

Significance: Built between 1757 and 1762, Ratcliffe Manor is perhaps the finest, most sophisticated and intact mid-eighteenth-century Georgian style plantation house on Maryland's Eastern Shore. It was built f... more

Ratcliffe Manor, Easton Parkway (State Route 322) Vicinity, Easton, Talbot County, MD

Ratcliffe Manor, Easton Parkway (State Route 322) Vicinity, Easton, Ta...

Significance: Built between 1757 and 1762, Ratcliffe Manor is perhaps the finest, most sophisticated and intact mid-eighteenth-century Georgian style plantation house on Maryland's Eastern Shore. It was built f... more

Ratcliffe Manor, Easton Parkway (State Route 322) Vicinity, Easton, Talbot County, MD

Ratcliffe Manor, Easton Parkway (State Route 322) Vicinity, Easton, Ta...

Significance: Built between 1757 and 1762, Ratcliffe Manor is perhaps the finest, most sophisticated and intact mid-eighteenth-century Georgian style plantation house on Maryland's Eastern Shore. It was built f... more

Ratcliffe Manor, Easton Parkway (State Route 322) Vicinity, Easton, Talbot County, MD

Ratcliffe Manor, Easton Parkway (State Route 322) Vicinity, Easton, Ta...

Significance: Built between 1757 and 1762, Ratcliffe Manor is perhaps the finest, most sophisticated and intact mid-eighteenth-century Georgian style plantation house on Maryland's Eastern Shore. It was built f... more

Ratcliffe Manor, Easton Parkway (State Route 322) Vicinity, Easton, Talbot County, MD

Ratcliffe Manor, Easton Parkway (State Route 322) Vicinity, Easton, Ta...

Significance: Built between 1757 and 1762, Ratcliffe Manor is perhaps the finest, most sophisticated and intact mid-eighteenth-century Georgian style plantation house on Maryland's Eastern Shore. It was built f... more

Ratcliffe Manor, Easton Parkway (State Route 322) Vicinity, Easton, Talbot County, MD

Ratcliffe Manor, Easton Parkway (State Route 322) Vicinity, Easton, Ta...

Significance: Built between 1757 and 1762, Ratcliffe Manor is perhaps the finest, most sophisticated and intact mid-eighteenth-century Georgian style plantation house on Maryland's Eastern Shore. It was built f... more

Ratcliffe Manor, Easton Parkway (State Route 322) Vicinity, Easton, Talbot County, MD

Ratcliffe Manor, Easton Parkway (State Route 322) Vicinity, Easton, Ta...

Significance: Built between 1757 and 1762, Ratcliffe Manor is perhaps the finest, most sophisticated and intact mid-eighteenth-century Georgian style plantation house on Maryland's Eastern Shore. It was built f... more

Ratcliffe Manor, Easton Parkway (State Route 322) Vicinity, Easton, Talbot County, MD

Ratcliffe Manor, Easton Parkway (State Route 322) Vicinity, Easton, Ta...

Significance: Built between 1757 and 1762, Ratcliffe Manor is perhaps the finest, most sophisticated and intact mid-eighteenth-century Georgian style plantation house on Maryland's Eastern Shore. It was built f... more

Ratcliffe Manor, Easton Parkway (State Route 322) Vicinity, Easton, Talbot County, MD

Ratcliffe Manor, Easton Parkway (State Route 322) Vicinity, Easton, Ta...

Significance: Built between 1757 and 1762, Ratcliffe Manor is perhaps the finest, most sophisticated and intact mid-eighteenth-century Georgian style plantation house on Maryland's Eastern Shore. It was built f... more

Ratcliffe Manor, Easton Parkway (State Route 322) Vicinity, Easton, Talbot County, MD

Ratcliffe Manor, Easton Parkway (State Route 322) Vicinity, Easton, Ta...

Significance: Built between 1757 and 1762, Ratcliffe Manor is perhaps the finest, most sophisticated and intact mid-eighteenth-century Georgian style plantation house on Maryland's Eastern Shore. It was built f... more

Ratcliffe Manor, Easton Parkway (State Route 322) Vicinity, Easton, Talbot County, MD

Ratcliffe Manor, Easton Parkway (State Route 322) Vicinity, Easton, Ta...

Significance: Built between 1757 and 1762, Ratcliffe Manor is perhaps the finest, most sophisticated and intact mid-eighteenth-century Georgian style plantation house on Maryland's Eastern Shore. It was built f... more

Ratcliffe Manor, Easton Parkway (State Route 322) Vicinity, Easton, Talbot County, MD

Ratcliffe Manor, Easton Parkway (State Route 322) Vicinity, Easton, Ta...

Significance: Built between 1757 and 1762, Ratcliffe Manor is perhaps the finest, most sophisticated and intact mid-eighteenth-century Georgian style plantation house on Maryland's Eastern Shore. It was built f... more

Architectural Remains, Project 103, Structure 123, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Project 103, Structure 123, Jamestown, James Ci...

Significance: Structure 123 measured 30'5" x 20'5" and was a one-story, wood-frame, clapboard building over a full cellar. The small rectangular structure was most probably erected by Henry Hartwell after 1688 ... more

Architectural Remains, Project 103, Structure 123, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Project 103, Structure 123, Jamestown, James Ci...

Significance: Structure 123 measured 30'5" x 20'5" and was a one-story, wood-frame, clapboard building over a full cellar. The small rectangular structure was most probably erected by Henry Hartwell after 1688 ... more

Architectural Remains, Project 194, Structure 115, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Project 194, Structure 115, Jamestown, James Ci...

Significance: Structure 115 was a two-story rowhouse block incorporating four identical units attached gable to gable. Each house had a chamber and parlor plan with a H-shaped chimneystack and a lobby-entry. Th... more

Architectural Remains, Project 194, Structure 115, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Project 194, Structure 115, Jamestown, James Ci...

Significance: Structure 115 was a two-story rowhouse block incorporating four identical units attached gable to gable. Each house had a chamber and parlor plan with a H-shaped chimneystack and a lobby-entry. Th... more

Architectural Remains, Project 194, Structure 115, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Project 194, Structure 115, Jamestown, James Ci...

Significance: Structure 115 was a two-story rowhouse block incorporating four identical units attached gable to gable. Each house had a chamber and parlor plan with a H-shaped chimneystack and a lobby-entry. Th... more

Architectural Remains, Project 194, Structure 115, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Project 194, Structure 115, Jamestown, James Ci...

Significance: Structure 115 was a two-story rowhouse block incorporating four identical units attached gable to gable. Each house had a chamber and parlor plan with a H-shaped chimneystack and a lobby-entry. Th... more

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Structure 112, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Structure 112, Jamestown, James City Co...

Significance: The dwelling built by Sir John Harvey in the 1620s and expanded by Harvey, or Governor Sir William Berkeley, around 1640 is probably the only site whose life span matched that of New Towne (1620-9... more

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Structure 112, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Structure 112, Jamestown, James City Co...

Significance: The dwelling built by Sir John Harvey in the 1620s and expanded by Harvey, or Governor Sir William Berkeley, around 1640 is probably the only site whose life span matched that of New Towne (1620-9... more

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Structure 112, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Structure 112, Jamestown, James City Co...

Significance: The dwelling built by Sir John Harvey in the 1620s and expanded by Harvey, or Governor Sir William Berkeley, around 1640 is probably the only site whose life span matched that of New Towne (1620-9... more

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Structure 112, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Structure 112, Jamestown, James City Co...

Significance: The dwelling built by Sir John Harvey in the 1620s and expanded by Harvey, or Governor Sir William Berkeley, around 1640 is probably the only site whose life span matched that of New Towne (1620-9... more

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Structure 112, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Structure 112, Jamestown, James City Co...

Significance: The dwelling built by Sir John Harvey in the 1620s and expanded by Harvey, or Governor Sir William Berkeley, around 1640 is probably the only site whose life span matched that of New Towne (1620-9... more

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Structure 112, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Structure 112, Jamestown, James City Co...

Significance: The dwelling built by Sir John Harvey in the 1620s and expanded by Harvey, or Governor Sir William Berkeley, around 1640 is probably the only site whose life span matched that of New Towne (1620-9... more

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Structure 112, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Structure 112, Jamestown, James City Co...

Significance: The dwelling built by Sir John Harvey in the 1620s and expanded by Harvey, or Governor Sir William Berkeley, around 1640 is probably the only site whose life span matched that of New Towne (1620-9... more

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Structure 112, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Structure 112, Jamestown, James City Co...

Significance: The dwelling built by Sir John Harvey in the 1620s and expanded by Harvey, or Governor Sir William Berkeley, around 1640 is probably the only site whose life span matched that of New Towne (1620-9... more

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Structure 112, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Structure 112, Jamestown, James City Co...

Significance: The dwelling built by Sir John Harvey in the 1620s and expanded by Harvey, or Governor Sir William Berkeley, around 1640 is probably the only site whose life span matched that of New Towne (1620-9... more

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Structure 112, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Structure 112, Jamestown, James City Co...

Significance: The dwelling built by Sir John Harvey in the 1620s and expanded by Harvey, or Governor Sir William Berkeley, around 1640 is probably the only site whose life span matched that of New Towne (1620-9... more

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Structure 112, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Structure 112, Jamestown, James City Co...

Significance: The dwelling built by Sir John Harvey in the 1620s and expanded by Harvey, or Governor Sir William Berkeley, around 1640 is probably the only site whose life span matched that of New Towne (1620-9... more

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Structure 112, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Structure 112, Jamestown, James City Co...

Significance: The dwelling built by Sir John Harvey in the 1620s and expanded by Harvey, or Governor Sir William Berkeley, around 1640 is probably the only site whose life span matched that of New Towne (1620-9... more

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Structure 112, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Structure 112, Jamestown, James City Co...

Significance: The dwelling built by Sir John Harvey in the 1620s and expanded by Harvey, or Governor Sir William Berkeley, around 1640 is probably the only site whose life span matched that of New Towne (1620-9... more

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Structure 112, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Structure 112, Jamestown, James City Co...

Significance: The dwelling built by Sir John Harvey in the 1620s and expanded by Harvey, or Governor Sir William Berkeley, around 1640 is probably the only site whose life span matched that of New Towne (1620-9... more

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Structure 112, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Structure 112, Jamestown, James City Co...

Significance: The dwelling built by Sir John Harvey in the 1620s and expanded by Harvey, or Governor Sir William Berkeley, around 1640 is probably the only site whose life span matched that of New Towne (1620-9... more

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Structure 112, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Structure 112, Jamestown, James City Co...

Significance: The dwelling built by Sir John Harvey in the 1620s and expanded by Harvey, or Governor Sir William Berkeley, around 1640 is probably the only site whose life span matched that of New Towne (1620-9... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Bacon's Castle, State Route 617, Surry, Surry County, VA

Significance: The fine old brick mansion in the lower part of the County, known as "Bacon's Castle", was built by Arthur Allen, ancestor of the Claremont Allens, in 1665. It was referred to as "Allen's Brick H... more