Battersea is an historic colonial plantation home that was built for John Barister in 1768.
Four Square is a large, unusually complete plantation complex in rural Isle of Wight County.
Violet Bank sits on lands that were originally patented to Edward Turnstall in 1637. In 1665, George Archer purchased the property.
The Conjurer’s Field Archeological Site is located on the former plantation of Conjurer’s Neck along the Appomattox River.
Magnolia Grange is Chesterfield County's finest Federal style plantation home.
Eppington is the historic, Georgian style plantation home of Francis Eppes VI.