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2017 Historic Garden Week


Chicacoan Cottage (111 St. Stephen’s Lane, Heathsville, 22473)


Northumberland “Heathsville Historic District” County


Wednesday, April 26, 2017 10:00am – 5:00pm


trict” for the Garden Club of Vir- ginia’s Historic Garden Week. The Heathsville Historic District is lo- cated in Northumberland County. Established in 1681 and surveyed by Benjamin Latrobe, this rural vil- lage has remained the county seat for more than 300 years. Its shady courthouse square is a stroll away from a pre-Civil War jail, tavern, church, and one of the largest extant assemblages of antebellum buildings in Virginia. Equally as important, Heathsville is a vibrant community based in the 18th century but living in the 21st. Tour includes access to five pri- vate homes c.1770 to 1933. They showcase how historic homes can be as functional today as when they were originally built.


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Chicacoan Cottage (111 St. Stephen’s Lane, Heathsville, 22473) Built c.1790, Chicacoan Cottage is one of two identical cottages that were dependencies of the original Springfield Plantation, owned by John Heath, one of seven commissioners who established the town of Heathsville. Sold privately for the first time in 1891, the cottage has symmetrical portions and exhibits handsome Flemish-bond brickwork, as well as formal interior end chimneys. Owners: William Armstrong and Marguerite Slaughter.


Oakley (28 Back Street, Heathsville, 22473)


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Oakley (28 Back Street, Heathsville, 22473) This Federal-style white frame house was built in the late 18th century by John Hughlett. Today its two-and-a-half stories above a raised English basement rise gracefully and half-hidden behind a circle of azaleas and magnificent trees. The unique stairway rises two-and-a-half stories; craftsmen used applewood to create the railing; newel posts and finials


March/April 2017


he Garden Club of the Northern Neck presents “Heathsville Historic Dis-


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