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change shape as the stairway rises. The later part of the 19th century saw the addition of a Greek Revival portico c.1845, and back wing. Oakley is on the National Historic Register and is a Virginia Historic Landmark. Owner: Charlotte Hundley.


The Academy (295 Saint Stephen’s Lane, Heathsville, 22473) The


Academy built in the 19th century was originally a portion of Springfield, the 700-acre Tidewater farm of John Heath. A pristine example of sophisticated Tidewater Federal-style architecture, this rectangular one-and-a-half story brick home with an English basement, has formal three-bay facades front and back. The Academy is on the National Historic Register and is a Virginia Historic Landmark. Owners: Byran and Ruth Childress.


Roanoke (6108 Northumberland Highway, Heathsville, 22473)


Roanoke (6108 Northumberland Highway, Heathsville, 22473) The home, situated within 600 acres of forest and fields, shaded by tall oak and elm trees, is partially screened from the highway behind rolling fences and an alee of crepe myrtles. Roanoke has been in the Brent family since 1852, when it was acquired from the estate of Mottram Ball Cralle. The current house is made up of three parts. Owner: A. Mason Brent Family.


The Academy (295 Saint Stephen’s Lane, Heathsville, 22473)


Westlawn


(7232 Northumberland Highway, Heathsville, 22473) This c.1932 Colonial Revival built by Judge and Mrs. Hugh Smith in the easternmost section of historic Heathsville is a contributing building to the Heathsville Historic District. Built of cypress, the facade features side windows with a traditional fan light above its front entrance. A windowed porch and library add symmetry on both sides. Westlawn is on the National Historic Register and is a Virginia Historic Landmark. Owners: Jim and Diana Russell.


Tickets: $35 pp. Available on tour day at the infor- mation center, located at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, 6807 Northumberland Highway, Heathsville. Advance Tickets: $25 pp. www.vagardenweek.org. By mail until April 16, checks payable to The Garden Club of the North- ern Neck (GCNN): Phyllis Gootee, 125 Killneck Lane, Lottsburg, VA 22511. Please send check with a stamped, self-addressed legal envelope. For questions, contact Phyl- lis Gootee at pcgootee@gmail.com. Available locally until April 23 at the following locations: The Pedestal, Kilmar- nock; The Dandelion, Irvington; Wildest Dreams, Burgess; Colonial Collectibles, Warsaw; Mosaic, Callao; and The Art of Coffee, Montross.


Lunch: Box lunches are available for $15 each and must be reserved before April 17. Vegetarian lunches are also available. Checks payable to St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church to Ellen Kirby, P.O. Box 40, Heathsville, VA 22473. evbwsk@gmail.com for information. Available for pick-up at the church from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Limited eat-in seating available. Restaurants are not available in Heathsville; din- ing facilities are located in Callao and Burgess.


Refreshments: Complimentary refreshments served at the stable behind The Academy, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.


Facilities: Available at St. Stephen’s Church, the Courthouse and Rice’s Hotel/Hughlett’s Tavern.


Westlawn (7232 Northumberland Highway, Heathsville, 22473) The House & Home Magazine


For questions please contact either Co-Chairmen-Lynn Hower at(804) 453-4176 or northernneck@virgini- agardenweek.org / Tami McCauley at (804) 435-3810 or northernneck@virginiagardenweek.org


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