Submitted by FHMaster on Sun, 12/18/2016 - 12:02

Howard's Neck Plantation is a historic house and plantation complex located near the unincorporated community of Pemberton, in Goochland County, Virginia. It was built about 1825, and is a two-story, three-bay brick structure in the Federal style. The house is similar in style to the works of Robert Mills. It has a shallow deck-on-hip roof and a small, one-story academically proportioned tetrastyle Roman Doric order portico.

Also on the property are other contributing buildings: A one-story frame house, said to be the original farm dwelling dating from colonial times; a 20th-century frame house, an early 19th-century brick kitchen, two frame smokehouses, a frame tool house, two early carriage houses and a harness house, three log slave quarters, the manager's house, and a sizable tobacco barn.

1 mi. NW of Pemberton, near Pemberton, Virginia
37°40′45″N 78°05′29″W
Abt. 1825
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