Master List of Virginia's Colonial Houses                                         and Settlements 
                                    
(Alphabetical Order)
  
Abingdon Glebe House, c. 1700,  Gloucester County
Abrams Delight, 1754,  Winchester
Adam Kurtz House/Washington Headquarters,  c. 1757,  Winchester
Ailworth Cottage, 18th century, Accomack County
Airville, c. 1756; expanded 1830s; addition 20th century, Gloucester County
Alexander Craig House/Wig Shop/Susannah Allen’s Tavern,  1712; 1735; 1771-9        restored by CW,  Williamsburg
Allen-Byrd House, mid 18th Century,  Williamsburg
Ambler Mansion, 1710-50, Jamestown Island
Ann Talbott/Marable House and Workshop, c. 1660, along James River bank in     New Towne of Jamestown
Annefield, 1750-99,  Clarke County
Apperson Farm House,  18th century, New Kent County
Appomattox Manor, c. 1751-63,  Hopewell
Arbuckle Place, 1774,  Accomack County
Arlington, 1674-75; demolished 1720,  Northampton County
Atkinson House, 1680-1710,  James City County
Ayscough House, before 1768,  Williamsburg
Bacon’s Castle, 1665; remodeled before 1800; enlarged 1852-54,  Surry County
Ballard-Maupin House, 1750-90; 1800-20; 1994-95,  Albemarle County
Ball-Sellars House, c. 1742,  Arlington County
Bassett Hall, 1753-66,  Williamsburg
Battersea, 1765-70,  Petersburg
Beaver Creek Plantation House, c. 1776,  Henry County
Bel Air, c. 1740,  Prince William County
Belle Air, 1700,  Charles City County
Belle Air, c. 1725-40,  Charles City County
Belle Farm, c. 1770-85,  Essex County
Belle Grove, 1751,  King George County
Belle Isle, 1767; wings 1802,  Lancaster County
Belleview, 1769; 19th & 20th centuries restorations,  Albemarle County
Belleville, c. 1658, Gloucester County
Belmont at Brown’s Cove, mid-18th century,  Albemarle County
Belmont, c. 1761; altered 1825-1916,  Stafford County
Belvedere Plantation, c. 1770,  Fredericksburg
Belvoir, c. 1736-41,  Fairfax County
Benjamin Powell House, c. pre-1763; c. 1782; restored by CW,  Williamsburg
Benjamin Waller House, first half 18th century to 1800; restored by CW,                 Williamsburg
Bennett House, c. 1640-50,  York County
Berkeley Hundred,  1619,  Charles City County
Berkeley, 1726; 1772,  Charles City County
Bewdley, 1760s; completed after 1767,  King and Queen County
Billups House, 1770-90,  Mathews County
Black Walnut, 1774-90; 1840-60,  Halifax County
Blandfield, 1716-20,  Essex County
Blandfield, 1769-73,  Essex County
Blenheim Claim House/Whitchris,  c. 1730s; 1978-98; 1999,  Albemarle County
Bloomsbury, mid-18th century; Expanded 1797,  Orange County
Bolling Hall, 1771; 1800-10,  Goochland County
Boush-Tazewell House, c. 1779-83,  Norfolk
Bowling Green, 1738-43; 1790-91,  Caroline County
Bracken House, c.1760-70,  Williamsburg
Brandon, Wings,  c.1750,  center block after 1795,  Prince George County
Broad Bay Manor, mid-17th century, Virginia Beach
Brockenbrough/Peyton House, c. 1761,  Port Royal,  Caroline County
Brompton, 1740s; 1820s,  Fredericksburg
Brooke’s Bank, 1751,  Essex County
Buena Vista, c. 1734; 1862; 1978-95,  Albemarle County
Bull-Coard Slave Trader’s House,  18th century, Accomack County
Burrow’s House, c. 1770,  Surry County
Bushfield,  18th century, Westmoreland County
Byrnley Farm, c. 1765, Fauquier County
Cappahosic House/Baytop, c. 1712, Gloucester County
Captain John Harvey Lot, c. 1624-25, possible house on lot, New Towne,                  Jamestown  
Carlyle House, 1751-53,  Alexandria
Carlyle House, 1753,  Alexandria
Carrsgrove, 1747; 1892; razed 2013,  Charlottesville,  Albemarle County
Carter’s Grove, 1751-55,  James City County
Caserta, c. 1736,  Northampton County
Castalia Claim House, 1747; 1892,  Albemarle County
Castle Hill, 1764; 1824,  Albemarle County
Catlett House, 1760,  Port Royal,  Caroline County
Causey’s Care Settlement, 1620,  Charles City County
Cedar Ridge, c. 1750,  Surry County
Chantilly, c. 1763,  Westmoreland County
Charles Cummings House, c. 1773,  Washington County
Charles Washington House/Rising Sun Tavern,  c. 1760,  Fredericksburg
Charlotte Bayle Place,  c. 1669,  Accomack County
Charlton House, 1760s; new house on site 1880s; reconstructed by CW,                    Williamsburg
Chatham Manor, c. 1771,  Fredericksburg
Chatham, 1768-71,  Stafford County
Chelsea, c. 1740; 1760,  King William County
Chericoke, 1768-71,  King William County
Chester, 1773,  Sussex County
Chestnut Grove, c. 1730, New Kent County
Chiswell-Bucktrout House, c. 1750,  Williamsburg
Chopawamsic, early 18th century,  Stafford County
Church Hill (Mordecai’s Mounty), c. 1658, Gloucester County
Claremont Manor, c.1754,  Surry County
Cleve, early to mid-18th Century,  King George County
Clifford, 18th century, Gloucester County
Clover Fields, c. 1765; razed 1846; new house on site 1973-1992,  Albemarle            County
Cobbs Hall, 1720s; rebuilt 1853,  Northumberland County
Coke-Garrett House, pre-1755; 1810; 1836-37; 1850s; restored by CW,                       Williamsburg   
Colle/Riedesel House, c. 1774; razed 1933,  Albemarle County
Colonel Nathaniel Bacon (cousin of rebel) House, c. 1683, on site of old                   Jamestown Fort
Corbin Hall, Chincoteague Farm,  1725; 1787,  Accomack County
Corotoman, 1726-27; burned 1729,  Lancaster County
Criss Cross, c. 1690-1725, New Kent County
Crumley-Lynn-Lodge House, c. 1759; 1830; 1850; 1987-91,  Frederick County
Cumberland Plantation,  18th century, New Kent County
Curle’s Neck, 1650,  Henrico County
Curtis House, c. 1715-17,  Williamsburg
Custis House,  18th century, Accomack County
Custis Tenement, 1714-15; burned 1776; reconstructed by CW,  Williamsburg
Dale’s Pale House, late 17th century to early 18th century,  Chesterfield                 County
Darby’s Folly, 1750-60; 1938 restoration,  Albemarle County
Ditchley, 1762,  Northumberland County
Ditchley, original house 18th century, Gloucester County
Dividing Creek, mid-17th century, Northumberland County
Dogham Farm, c. 1700,  Charles City County
Dr. Barraud House, c. mid-1760s-80s; 1785-1801; restored by CW in 1942,                 Williamsburg
Drummond House, mid-17th century; likely destroyed in 1676, New Towne of       Jamestown
Drummond House,  18th century, Accomack County
Dudley Digges House, c.1744,  Yorktown
Dunlora Claim House, 1760; burned 1828,  Charlottesville,  Albemarle County
Eagle’s Nest, 1680s,  Stafford County
Edge Hill House, c. 1750,  Gloucester County
Edloe,  18th century, Prince George County
Edmund Bayly House/Hermitage,  1769-87,  Accomack County
Edward Champion Travis House, after 1755 and likely until 1803, New Towne        of Jamestown
Edward Champion Travis House, after 1755, Jamestown
Effingham, c. 1777,  Prince William County
Elmington, late 17th century, current house 1848, Gloucester County
Elmwood, c. 1774,  Essex County
Elsing Green (Main House), 1715-20, King William County
Eltham, mid-18th Century,  New Kent County
Endview, 1769,  Newport News
Eppington, 1768-1802,  Chesterfield County
Evelynton, first house 1760 burned in 1860; rebuilt 1860 and lost; current house 1930s,  Charles City County
Evergreen, c. 1750; framed edition after 1875,  Accomack County
Ewing House, mid-18th Century,  Williamsburg
Eyre Hall, c. 1735; 1759-60,  Wing 1807,  Northampton County
Fairfield, 1692; 1704-20; burned c. 1897,  Gloucester County
Fairfield, c. 1768,  Clarke County
Farmington, 1765; 1807; 1820; 1930; restored 1977-98,  Charlottesville,                     Albemarle County
Fawcett House, 1772; 1784,  1797,  Alexandria
Ferry Farm, 1725-40,  Stafford County
Fiddler’s Green, late 17th century, Gloucester County
Findowrie, early 1730s,  Albemarle County
Flowerdew Hundred's Abraham Peirsey House, c. 1626,  Prince George County
Flowerdew Hundred's Dwellings 64; 65; 68; 79; 82, early 17th century,  Prince        George County
Flowerdew Hundred's Sites 77 & 92, mid-to-Late 17th century,  Prince George        County
Flowerdew Hundred's Yeardley House, 1619, Prince George County
Folly Castle, 1763,  Petersburg
Fort Bowman/Harmony Hall,  1753,  Shenandoah County
Fort Colvin, c. 1750,  Frederick County
Foster’s Castle, 1685-90,  New Kent County
Four Mile Tree, 1743-45; remodeled 1796,  1835-36,  Surry County
Fox Hill Plantation South Block,  1761; north block in 1803,  Lancaster County
Francis Ackiss House, 18th century, Virginia Beach
Fry Farm/Viewmont,  c. 1737; burned 1800 and rebuilt; burned again in 1939            and rebuilt in 1941,  Albemarle County
Gale Hill, c. 1775; 1857; 1887; burned 1930,  Albemarle County
George Menefie Lot, c. 1624-25, possible house on lot, New Towne,                          Jamestown  
George Wythe House, 1752-54,  Williamsburg
Glebe House Hungars Parish, c. 1745,  Northampton County
Glebe House of Southwark Parish, c. 1724,  Surry County
Glebe House of St. Anne’s Parish, c. 1730,  Essex County
Glebe House of Westover Parish, c. 1745,  Charles City County
Glebe House St. Mark’s Parish, 1772,  Culpepper County
Glen Echo, c. 1760; 1935; 1941; 1977-87,  Albemarle County
Glen Roy, first house possibly early 18th century, current house 1853,                      Gloucester County
Glendower Claim House, 1745-60; 1957-95,  Albemarle County
Gloucester Hall (Thomas Pate House), c. 1660s,  Gloucester County
Goose Creek Meetinghouse, 1765,  Loudoun County
Goshen, 1750-60; addition 1856, Gloucester County
Gould Hill,  Flankers, c. 1760,  Hanover County
Governor Berkeley’s Houses in Jamestown, 1641-76; Berkeley is believed to        have built a 3-gabled row house (Martha McCartney) in Jamestown but its          existence and location is disputed; Berkeley moved to Green Spring                    outside Jamestown in the late 1640s; he claimed to own 5 houses in                   Jamestown in 1676
Governor Francis Wyatt’s Country House, 1641-44; Wyatt bought Kemp House      in 1641; Gov. Berkeley bought it in 1644 and likely used for state business;          sold to Walter Chiles in 1644, New Towne of Jamestown
Governor’s House/Row Houses, 1611-14; Argall’s extension 1617-19,                          Jamestown Fort
Governor’s Palace, 1706-20; rebuilt 1931-34,  Williamsburg
Green Hill, early 18th Century,  Princess Anne County
Green Springs, 1643-45; 1674; 1755,  James City County
Greenfield, c. 1771,  Chesterfield County
Greenfield, mid-18th century; burned 1959,  Botetourt County
Greenway , c. 1776,  Charles City County
Greenway Court, c. 1748,  Clark County
Greenway Court, mid-18th century,  Clarke County
Grissell Hay House, c. 1750,  Williamsburg
Grissell Hay Lodging/Archibald Blair House, 1716-18; restored by CW in 1930,        Williamsburg
Gunston Hall, 1755-59,  Fairfax County
Hail Western, colonial era house 18th century, Gloucester County
Hallowes House, 1660s,  Westmoreland County 
Harrap (later Middle Plantation), c. 1634, College Creek in James City County
Harvey House, site of official Governor’s business, 1632-41; addition by Gov.        Berkeley c. 1642; damaged 1656 and later restored until destroyed by fire        in 1670, New Towne of Jamestown
Harwood House, 1750-70,  Williamsburg
Hatfield Manor, 1760, Caroline County
Haw Branch, 1748; 1815,  Amelia County
Hazelwood, c. 1750,  Caroline County
Hedgelawn, c. 1725-40,  Chesterfield County
Hedra Cottage/Hedrick Farm,  1639-60; modern restored,  Accomack County
Henry T. Cornick House,  18th century, Virginia Beach
Herbert House, mid-18th century, Hampton
Hermitage/Devereaux House,  c. 1700; 1820; 1940,  Virginia Beach
Hesse, 1642-74,  Mathews County
Hewick, c. 1678; 1750; 19th century,  Middlesex County
High Banks, c. 1753; 1858,  Frederick County
Hillford House, c. 1720s; 1840s,  Carolina County
Hills Farm/Hunting Creek Plantation,  1747; 1856; 1942,  Accomack County
Hillsborough, mid-18th century,  King and Queen County
Hinman-Mason House, 1720-25,  Accomack County
Hockley/Cowslip Green/Erin, 18th century
Homespun, 1771,  Frederick County
Huggin’s House, c. 1691-92,  Princess Anne County
Hugh Mercer Apothecary Shop, c. 1772,  Fredericksburg
Hunting Quarter, 1745-72,  Sussex County
Hupp House, c. 1755,  Shenandoah County
Hurtsville, c. 1777,  Northumberland County
Hyde Park, 1762-82; 1840; 1860; 1906-11,  Nottoway County
Indian Banks, 1738,  Richmond County 
Ionia, c. 1775,  Louisa County
Jackson House, c. 1624-25, New Towne of Jamestown
James Galt House, Probably pre-1776; moved in and restored by CW in 1929,          Williamsburg
James Geddy House and Silversmith Shop, 1761-62,  Williamsburg
James Monroe Birthplace House, mid-18th Century,  Westmoreland County
James Semple House, c. 1770; acquired by CW in 1929,  Williamsburg
Jerdone Castle, c. 1742; expanded 1853,  Louisa County
John Blair House, Pre-1771 & possibly built earlier; reconstructed by CW,                Williamsburg
John Crump House/Mr. Reed’s Store,  c. 1750-75,  reconstructed,  Williamsburg
John Hite House, c. 1753; 1835-40; 1900,  Frederick County
John Lewis Jr House, before 1676, Gloucester County
John Page House, 1662, Williamsburg, Middle Plantation, 
John Phipps Lot with likely House, 1660s, New Towne of Jamestown
John Pott House, c. 1624-25, possible house on lot, New Towne of Jamestown
John Robins House/Point Lookout Archeological Site, c. 1642,  Gloucester              County
John Saunders House, c. 1750-76; 1782-1836; 1837;1903; 1931; 1958,                              Williamsburg
John Tayloe,  Jr,  House, 1771,  Fredericksburg
John White House, late 1620s; likely burned before 1650, New Towne of                Jamestown
Jordan’s Point's Structure 4, mid-1620s,  Prince George County
Keeling House , 1734-35,  Virginia Beach
Kempsville, third quarter of 18th century,  Gloucester County
Kenmore, 1772-76,  Fredericksburg
Keswick, 1764; 1818,  Albemarle County
Kingsmill Plantation, c.1730s; house burned in 1843,  James City County
Kinloch, c. 1764; burned 1865; reconstructions late 19th century,  1940s,  1978-        95,  Albemarle County
Kiskiack/Lee House, early to mid-17th century,  York County
Kittiewan, 1770s,  Charles City County
Laneville, c. 1760,  King and Queen County
Lansdowne, c. 1740,  Middlesex County
Lee Hall, early 18th century,  Westmoreland County
Leesylvania, mid-18th century,  Prince William County
Level Green, early 18th century, Gloucester County
Lexington, c. 1775; burned in 1879,  Fairfax County
Liberty Hall, 1778-1815,  Bedford County
Lightfoot House, c. 1730-50; restored and reconstructed outbuildings 1940-41,       1961 by CW, Williamsburg
Linden House, 1700-25; 1760-61,  enlarged 1778,  enlarged 1803,  Richmond             County
Little England, 1716; restored 1939; wing added 1854,  Gloucester County
Locust Hill, 1766; restored 20th century,  Charlottesville
Lone Oak/Rock of Ages,  Mid-18th century,  Roanoke
Long Bridge Ordinary/Edge Hill House/Gloucester Women’s Club, c. 1750,               Gloucester County
Long Meadow, c. 1755; 1827; 1919,  Winchester
Lowland Cottage, 1666-76, 1780s; 1825; 1854, Gloucester County
Lucky Hit, 1750-99,  Clarke County
Ludwell/State House Complex/Structure 144 including houses 1,  2,  3,  4, c.             1663 construction of 2 row houses on site containing old “country house;”         2  more houses added shortly thereafter; 1664-65 a formal house was                 added on the west end; 1665 east house expanded; 1676 burned; rebuilt             1684-85; 1694 restorations and additions; burned again in 1698, west of old         Jamestown Fort on current site of archaeology museum in Jamestown
Ludwell-Paradise House, c.1752-55; restored 1920s by Rockefeller Family,             Williamsburg
Lynnhaven/Wishart,  House, c. 1724-25,  Virginia Beach
Machodoc, mid-to-Late 17th century,  Westmoreland County
Malvern Hill, 1700-25; burned c. 1905,  Henrico County
Mansfield, mid-18th century,  Dinwiddie County
Margot’s/Eagle’s Lodge,  1700-49,  Charles City County
Marlborough, 1747-49,  Stafford County
Marlfield, 1732, Gloucester County
Marmion, 1670,  expanded & remodeled 1758 &1790s,  King George County
Marrowbone, mid-18th century,  Henry County
Marston House, 18th century near Toano in James City County
Martin Home, c. 1738; Early 1900s,  Accomack County
Martin’s Hundred/ Site C/Company Compound, 1620,  James City County
Martin’s Hundred's Boyse House, 1620-22,  James City County
Martin’s Hundred's Site A/Structure C, 1625,  James City County
Martin’s Hundred's Site H/Structure A, c. 1620-22,  James City County
Martin's Hundred, 1618, James City County
Martin's Hundred's Wolstenholme Towne (later Carter's Grove), c. 1620,                  James City County
Mary Washington House, c. 1772,  Fredericksburg
Mary Washington House,mid-18th century,  Fredericksburg
Mathews Manor, late 1630s; enlarged 1640s, c. 1650,  Newport News
Matthew Jones House, c.1720; enlarged 1729-30,  Newport News
Maxfield, 1764,  Albemarle County
Mayfield Cottage, c. 1750,  Petersburg
May-Hartwell House, 1661-99, New Towne of Jamestown
Meadea, 1750-99,  Clarke County
Melville , c. 1727,  Surry County
Menokin, c. 1769,  Westmoreland County
Merchant Rowhouses, 1650-1720, likely a residence for prominent officials;            Assembly meetings likely took place here, New Towne of Jamestown
Midway/Riverdale Farm,  c. 1764 log cabin; house 1807; remodeled c. 1815-20s,        late 19th century and 1930s, Albemarle County
Mills End, c. 1750; recently restored,  Gloucester County
Montebello, c. 1750; 1800,  Orange County
Monticello, 1768-72; 1794-1809,  Charlottesville,  Albemarle County
Montpelier , c.1750; mid-1800s,  Rappahannock County
Montpelier,  Salem Church Vicinity,  18th century, Charles City County
Montpelier, 1764-98; enlarged 1809-11,  Orange County
Montpelier, c. 1724,  Surry County
Moody House/Roper-Lee, 1725-50; reconstructed in 1939 & remodeled in 1950      by CW,  Williamsburg
Moore House, mid-18th century,  Yorktown
Mount Airy, 1760-64; partially burned 1844 and rebuilt,  Richmond County
Mount Pleasant, mid-to-late 17th century,  Westmoreland County
Mount Prodigal/Noane House, late 17th century or early 18th centuries, Gloucester County
Mount Vernon, 1734; 1758-59; 1775-76; 1787,  Fairfax County
Mount Zion, 1770-72,  Warren County
Mountain View Farm, c. 1777,  Amherst County
Mulberry Hill, 18th century, Charlotte County
Nanzatico, 1770,  King George County
Needab Farm,  18th century, Accomack County
Nelson-Galt House, 1695; 1707-08; 1750,  Williamsburg
Newington, 18th century, King and Queen County
Nicholas Meriwether Site with likely house, 1660s, along Kings Mill Creek on         J amestown Island
Nicolson House, c. 1750,  Williamsburg
Nomini Hall, mid-18th century,  Westmoreland County
North Wales, 1770s,  Fauquier County
O.H.P. Tanner House, 1769; rmodeled 1823 & 1923,  Mecklenburg County
Oak Grove, c. 1750; 1784; 1833,  Campbell County
Oak Grove, c. 1750; wings added 1811 & c. 1840,  Northampton County
Oak Hill, 1773, Fauquier County
Old Cabin at Enniscorthy, 18th century, Albemarle County
Old Forge Farm, mid-18th century,  Frederick County
Old Mansion, 1669,  Caroline County
Olive Hill, c. 1760,  Chesterfield County
Oropax, c. 1732,  Goochland County
Orrell House, c. 1750-75; restored 1929-31,  Williamsburg
Palmer House, c.1755,  Williamsburg
Paradise, c. 1653-56,  Gloucester County
Park Gate, c. 1750,  Prince William County
Pasbehegh Territory, 1617, James City County
Patrick Murray/Douglas Brown House, c. 1775,  Alexandria
Pear Valley, 1720-40,  Northampton County
Pearson House, 1775,  Caroline County
Peckatone, c. 1750,  Westmoreland County
Peirce House, c. 1624-25, New Towne of Jamestown
Pembroke Manor, 1764,  Virginia Beach
Pembroke, 1701; 1950-52,  Suffolk
Pettus Manor House, c. 1641-50; burned 1690, Kingsmill Neck in James City             County
Pettus/House in Utopia Quarter,  1675-91,  James City County
Peyton-Randolph House, 1715-18; 1724; 1754-55,  Williamsburg
Pilgrim’s Rest/Belle Mont Grove/Mount Wesley,  18th century, Prince William         County
Pine Slash, c. 1760,  Hanover County
Pit Houses, 1607-08, Jamestown Fort
Pitts Neck, c. 1725-50,  Accomack County
Plain Dealing, 1761; 1789,  Albemarle County
Pleasant Green,  18th century King William County
Pleasant Hall, 1769-79,  Virginia Beach
Pleasant Point, 1764,  Surry County
Pleasant Point, c. 1724,  Scotland,  Surry County
Pleasant View, c. 1730,  Chesterfield County
Poplar Grove,  18th century, Accomack County
Poplar Hall, 1761-67,  Princess Anne County
Poplar Hall, c. 1760; 1860; 1954,  Norfolk
Poplar Springs, mid-18th Century; remodeled 1960s & 1982,  Charles City                  County
Poropotank/Violet Banks, second half 17th century or early 18th century,               Gloucester County
Porto Bello, 1770s,  Camp Peary,  York County
Powell-Hallam House/Seymour Powell Tenement,  c. 1753; moved in 1930 and        restored in 1931 by CW,  Williamsburg
Powhaten, c. 1750, near Five Forks in James City County
Powhaten, c. 1750; burned in Civil War; restored 1948,  James City County
President’s House,  College of William and Mary, 1732-33,  Williamsburg
Purtan, mid-17th century, Gloucester County
Quarter Farm, c. 1749,  Southampton County
Quest End/Selden, late 17th century or early 18th century, Gloucester County
Ralph Hamor Lot, c. 1624-25, possible house on lot, New Towne, Jamestown 
Red Hill, 1770s,  Charlotte County
Retirement, mid-17th century, Stafford County
Reuben Lovett House,  18th century, Virginia Beach
Revell West House, late 17th century or early 18th century,  Accomack County
Reverend Richard Buck Lot, 1620s, likely dwelling on site, “Neck O’ Land”              across the Back River from Jamestown
Rich Neck Plantation (George Menefie’s Littletown), 1633; (Richard Kemp),               1636-50; (Lunsford), 1650-53; (Ludwell), 1665-77; (Ludwell II), 1674-94,                   JamesCity County
Richard James I Sites with likely dwelling(s), 1654-57, burned during Bacon’s            Rebellion, along Back River across from Jamestown Island.
Richard Kemp House/Structure 44, 1638-39; first all brick house in Virginia;             torn down by John Page in 1650s, New Towne of Jamestown
Richardson House, 18th century near Croaker in James City County
Richland, mid-17th century, Stafford County
Ringfield, 1700-10; burned c. 1905,  York County
Rippon House, 17th century,  York County
Rippon Lodge, c. 1747; renovated 19th and 20th centuries,  Prince William                County
River Creek, 17th century,  York County
River Edge, early 18th century with colonial revival additions,  Charles City           County
River Edge, early 18th Century,  Charles City County
Riverside, 1670s,  James City County
Roaring Springs, c. 1725,  Gloucester County
Robert Carter Brick Quarters, third quarter 18th century,  Williamsburg
Robert Carter House, c 1747; Remodeled 1760,  Williamsburg
Robert Tynes House, c. 1750,  Isle of Wight County
Robertson Tenement, 1715-18,  Williamsburg
Rochester House, 1745,  Westmoreland County
Rock Castle, c. 1732,  Goochland County
Rocky Mills, c. 1750,  originally Hanover County; moved to Henrico County
Rokeby, c. 1765,  Loudoun County
Rose Cottage, 1755,  Accomack County
Rosegill, 1650s; rebuilt c. 1715-20 and 19th century,  Middlesex County
Rosewell, 1725-37; burned 1916,  Gloucester County
Row House, c. 1660-99; burned in 1676 and rebuilt 1680, New Towne of                    Jamestown
Runneymeade Farm, c. 1777, Loudoun County
Rural Plains/Shelton House,  1723-25,  Hanover County
Sabine Hall, 1738-42; 1830s; 1929,  Richmond County
Salisbury Plain, 1727,  Virginia Beach
Salt Box House,  18th century, Accomack County
Salubria, 1755-57; 1794,  Culpepper County
Saratoga, 1779,  Clarke County
Scarborough/Occohannock,  House Archeological Site, 17th century,                        Accomack County
Scotchtown, 1720-60,  Hanover County
Seawell’s Ordinary, c. 1712; 1757; adjustments 20th century, Gloucester County
Selden House/Flowerdew Hundred, possibly late 17th century, Prince George      County
Seven Springs, 1725-40,  King William County
Severn Hall/Severnby, late 17th century, current house 1892, Gloucester                County
Shadwell, 1737; burned 1770; reconstructed,  Albemarle County
Sheild House, 1699,  York County
Shelly, mid-17th century, Gloucester County
Shepherd’s Plain, 1755-75,  Accomack County
Sherwood Forest, c. 1730,  Charles City County
Sherwood House, Structure 138/53 (mentioned above), 1653-58; 1673-76; 1682,         New Towne of Jamestown
Sherwood, mid-18th century, Gloucester County
Sherwoord Forest (Farm) Mary Ball Washington House, pre-1778, Stafford               County
Shirley, 1723-38,  Charles City County
Shirley, The Hack Place,  prior to 1771,  Accomack County
Simmons Sebrell-Camp House, c. 1770,  Southampton County
Sleepy Hollow Farm, 1769; expanded 1820,  Loudoun County
Smith’s Fort Plantation, 1751-65,  Surry County
Smithfield Manor House/Windsor Castle Park,  c. 1725-50,  Isle of Wight                   County
Smithfield, 1774,  Montgomery County
Smyth/Southampton Hundred,  1617,  Charles City County
Somers House, c. 1727,  Jamesville,  Northampton County
Somerset, c. 1775,  Powhatan County
Springdale, 1750; 1774-1824,  Mathews County
St. George Tucker House (earlier Levingston House),  1718; 1750; 1788-92,                 Williamsburg
St. James House, c. 1768,  Fredericksburg
St. Louis Road House, c. 1720, Loudoun County
Stone House Site near Toano, possibly 18th century, James City County
Stone Hunting Lodge at Lower Bremo, c. 1723; Remodeled1802-05; Expanded         1917,  Fluvanna County
Stratford Hall, 1736-40; expanded and remodeled1750s and 1790s; restored            1930s,  Westmoreland County
Stratton Manor, third quarter 18th century,  Cape Charles,  Northampton                    County
Sturgis House, c. 1725-50,  Northampton County
Sweet Hall, c. 1725-40,  King William County 
Swinhow’s Settlement, 1620-22,  Charles City County
Taliaferro-Cole House, Second half 18th century; 1815-34; restored 1940-41 by       CW,  Williamsburg
Tanks Weyanoke Settlement,  c. 1618,  Charles City County
Tar Bay One, c. 1746,  Prince George County
Tayloe House, 1752-59,  Williamsburg
Tazewell Hall, c. 1730; 1778 alterations; moved in 1908 and 1954,  previously Williamsburg,  now Newport News
Tedington, c. 1750,  Charles City County
The Anchorage, c. 1749,  Northumberland County
The Barracks, 1610, Jamestown Fort
The Brafferton/College of William and Mary, 1723,  Williamsburg
The Chimneys, 1771-73,  Fredericksburg
The Colonial House, 1732; 1780; Modernized 20th century,  Albemarle County
The Cove, c. 1773,  Halifax County
The Eagle House (originally a tavern),  c. 1730s,  Madison,  Madison County
The Farm/Nicholas Lewis House,  c. 1770; 1939; 1949-50; 1987-2000,                           Charlottesville
The Glebe of Shelburne Parish, c. 1775,  Loudoun County
The Glebe, c. 1762; 1825; 1919-37,  Amherst County
The Hollow, 1763-64,  Markham,  Fauquier County
The Lodge at Elsing Green, before 1690, King William County
The Maine, 1608, James City County
The Mount, 1696,  Caroline County
The Oaks, c. 1745,  originally Amelia County now Richmond
The Quarter, c. 1611, cellar may have been a 1607 shelter, Jamestown Fort
The Rowe, east wing before 1779; 1808,  Charles City County
The Shelter, early 18th century; expanded and remodeled 18th and 19th                     centuries, Gloucester County
Thomas Everard House, 1718; 1720; 1750; 1770; restored by CW,  Williamsburg
Thomas Nelson House, 1729-30,  Yorktown
Thomas Pope House, 1670-85; enlarged 1705,  Westmoreland County
Thomas R. Boggs House, c. 1718 with Later additions,  Fredericksburg
Thoroughgood House, c. 1720,  Virginia Beach
Timberneck Farm, 1670s, Gloucester County
Timson House, 1716; enlarged 1752; c. 1820 & 1900; renovated in 1996 by CW,           Williamsburg
Tobias Lear House/Wellington/Malcolm Matheson House, 1742,  Alexandria
Toddsbury, 1658-69; additions up to 1784, Gloucester County
Tomahund, c. 1750-80; enlarged 1841-47,  Charles City County
Topping House,  18th century, Accomack County
Totier Creek Farm/Locust Shades,  1760; c. 1860; 1978-95,  Albemarle County
Townfield, 1745-50,  Caroline County
Travis House, 1765-80; damaged by fire 1928; moved and restored 1929-30 by       CW,  Williamsburg
Tuckahoe, 1714-23; 1733; 1750s,  Goochland and Henrico counties
Upper Wolfsnare/Brick House Farm,  c. 1759,  Virginia Beach
Utopia, c. 1660,  Kingsmill, James City County
Valmont/Belle Grove,  1745; 1800; 1975; 1975-99,  Albemarle County
Verville, c. 1742; altered late 18th early 19th centuries,  Lancaster County
Virginia House, 1776,  Fredericksburg
Wales, 1730; 1752,  Dinwiddie County
Walke Mansion, c. 1751; 1830,  Virginia Beach
Waller House, c. 1749,  enlarged 1750s or 1760-1782,  Williamsburg
Walnut Farm, c. 1770,  Surry County
Walnut Meadow, c. 1750,  Albemarle County
Walter Aston Site, 1635,  Charles City County
Walter Chiles/John Page/William Sherwood Houses, 1650s-82; Chiles built             house in front of Kemp house in 1650s; Page tore down Kemp House                   before 1676 and built a new house in back of Chiles house and in front of           old Kemp House; damaged during Bacon’s Rebellion; rebuilt and expanded       by William Sherwood in 1671 or 1682; demolished and overbuilt in 18th                 century by Richard Ambler, in the area of the Ambler Mansion ruins, New           Towne of Jamestown
Warburton House (Pinewoods), late 17th century,  Lightfoot in James City               County
Wareham, 1670s, Gloucester County
Warner Hall, 1674; current house c. 1900,  Gloucester County
Warren House/Smith’s Fort,  1763,  Surry County
Warwick, 1673; wing burned 1773; restored 1926,  Accomack County
Washington’s Pope Creek House/Wakefield,  c. 1719; 1722-26; 1770s; burned in       1779,  Westmoreland County
Washington’s Town House, 1769,  reconstructed in 1960,  Alexandria
Weatherburn’s Tavern (built originally as a house),  1743-53,  Williamsburg
Weblin House, c. 1725-40,  Virginia Beach
Welbourne, c. 1770; Expanded 1830 and 1850,  Loudoun County
Wellington, c. pre-1760,  Fairfax County
West House, 17th century,  Accomack County
Westerhouse House, c. 1700,  Northampton County
Westgarden, 1737; remodeled 1968,  Charles City County
Westover Settlement, 1619,  Charles City County
Westover, 1750-51,  Charles City County
Westover, c. 1750; Late 18th century and Early 19th century additions; destroyed by fire in 20th century, Northampton County
Wetherburn’s Tavern, house 1738-42; converted to tavern shortly thereafter;       1750 enlargement; restored in 1966-68 by CW,  Williamsburg
White Hall, prior to 1690, current house 1836, Gloucester County
White Marsh, c. 1750; expanded c. 1800,  Gloucester County
William Byrd House, c.1770,  Williamsburg
William Finnie House, 1770s; restored in 1932 & 1952 by CW,  Williamsburg
William Lightfoot House, Possibly pre-1783,  Williamsburg
William Pasteur House/Finnie House, c. 1769-70,  Williamsburg
William Scott Farmstead, c. 1775,  Isle of Wight County
Willow Grove, 1770s; 1848,  Orange County
Wilton House, 1763,  Middlesex County
Wilton, 1742; altered 1793,  Westmoreland County
Wilton, 1750-53,  originally Henrico County, now City of Richmond
Windie Knowe, c. 1770; 1850; 1978,  Charlottesville,  Albemarle County
Windsor Castle,  third quarter 18th century; altered late 18th early 19th                     centuries,  James City County
Windsor Castle, c. 1760 near Toano in James City County
Winona, c. 1681,  Northampton County
Winton, c. 1770,  Amherst County
Wise House,  18th century, Accomack County
Woodford, mid-18th century,  Richmond County
Woodlawn, mid-18th Century,  King William County
Woodstock Hall Tavern,  1757; 1808,  Albemarle County
Woodville, mid-18th century,  Goochland County
Wooward-Jones House, 17th century; 1717,  Suffolk
Yeardley House, 1625, Jamestown                                     

                       

                  

                           Master List of Virginia's
                 Colonial Houses and Settlements
             Alphabetical Order Updated 11.06.2018


                                             

Abingdon Glebe House, c. 1700, Gloucester County
Abrams Delight, 1754, Winchester
Adam Kurtz House/Washington Headquarters,  c. 1757, Winchester
Ailworth Cottage, 18th century, Accomack County
Airville, c. 1756; expanded 1830s; addition 20th century, Gloucester County

Alexandria  Established, 1749, land owned and farmed by Phillip Alexander and his cousin John Alexander plus others, was laid out in lots by John West; dwellings built slowly with most appearing in the federal period after 1789 and early 19th century, Alexandria

Alexander Craig House/Wig Shop/Susannah Allen’s Tavern, 1712; 1735; 1771-9 restored by CW, Williamsburg

Alexander, Phillip, c. 1746, estate of 500 acres on land patented in 1659 by Dame Margaret Brent and 1669 by Robert Howson; possible dwelling, Alexandria

Allen-Byrd House, mid-18th Century,  Williamsburg
Ambler Mansion, 1710-50, Jamestown Island
Ann Talbott/Marable House and Workshop, c. 1660, along James River             bank in New Towne of Jamestown

Annefield, 1750-99,  Clarke County
Apperson Farm House,  18th century, New Kent County
Appomattox Manor, c. 1751-63,  Hopewell
Arbuckle Place, 1774,  Accomack County
Arlington, 1674-75; demolished 1720,  Northampton County
Atkinson House, 1680-1710,  James City County
Ayscough House, before 1768,  Williamsburg
Bacon’s Castle, 1665; remodeled before 1800; enlarged 1852-54,  Surry County

Ballard-Maupin House, 1750-90; 1800-20; 1994-95,  Albemarle County
Ball-Sellars House, c. 1742,  Arlington County
Bassett Hall, 1753-66,  Williamsburg
Battersea, 1765-70,  Petersburg
Beaver Creek Plantation House, c. 1776,  Henry County
Bel Air, c. 1740,  Prince William County
Belle Air, c. 1700, first house built on site by David Clarke in 1665 and called Windsor; date of current house unknown but likely c. 1700 or early 18th century,  Charles City County

Belle Farm, c. 1770-85, Essex County
Belle Grove, 1751,  King George County

Belle Haven Settlement, early 18th century Scottish settlement with likely dwellings, Belle Haven in Fairfax County

Belle Isle, 1767; wings 1802,  Lancaster County
Belleview, 1769; 19th & 20th centuries restorations,  Albemarle County
Belleville, c. 1658, Gloucester County
Belmont at Brown’s Cove, mid-18th century,  Albemarle County
Belmont, c. 1761; altered 1825-1916,  Stafford County
Belvedere Plantation, c. 1770,  Fredericksburg

Belvoir Area Land Patents, 1657/58, 1000 acres patented by Wildly in what is today Fort Belvoir area; may have been settled by Dogue tribe; 1669 William Green patented 1,150 acres in same area between Dogue and Accotink Creeks; 1694 patent of 1000 acres to John Stoell and 150 acres to Thomas Ousley; McCarty family "Cedar Grove Plantation" was on site in 1718; it was this land that later formed the basis of Fairfax's Belvoir Plantation in 1740s, Fort Belvoir in Fairfax County

Belvoir Manor, c. 1741, Lord Fairfax purchased land in 1738-41 from earlier subdivided patents, Fort Belvoir Historic Site in Fairfax County

Benjamin Powell House, c. pre-1763; c. 1782; restored by CW, Williamsburg

Benjamin Waller House, first half 18th century to 1800; restored by CW, Williamsburg

Bennett House, c. 1640-50,  York County
Berkeley Hundred (settlement not house),  1619,  Charles City County
Berkeley, 1726; 1772,  Charles City County
Bewdley, 1760s; completed after 1767,  King and Queen County
Billups House, 1770-90,  Mathews County
Black Walnut, 1774-90; 1840-60,  Halifax County
Blandfield, 1769-73,  Essex County
Blenheim Claim House/Whitchris,  c. 1730s; 1978-98; 1999,  Albemarle County

Bloomsbury, mid-18th century; expanded 1797,  Orange County
Bolling Hall, 1771; 1800-10,  Goochland County
Boush-Tazewell House, c. 1779-83,  Norfolk
Bowling Green, 1738-43; 1790-91,  Caroline County
Bracken House, c.1760-70,  Williamsburg
Brandon, wings c.1750,  center block after 1795,  Prince George County

Brent’s Patents, 1653/54, 1800 acres in Fort Hunt area on Potomac River north of Little Hunting Creek that may have extended as far north as what is today Alexandria; Giles and sister Margaret were Catholics and originally from Maryland; they were the first English settlers in Northern VA with a land patent on Aquia Creek in Stafford County; Giles married a Piscataway princess from Maryland and settled on Chopawamsic Island in the Potomac River, Stafford County, VA, in 1649; their son Giles, Jr., was a major participant and serving both sides in Bacon's Rebellion in 1676, Fairfax County.

Broad Bay Manor, mid-17th century, Virginia Beach
Brockenbrough/Peyton House, c. 1761,  Port Royal,  Caroline County
Brompton, 1740s; 1820s,  Fredericksburg
Brooke’s Bank, 1751,  Essex County
Buena Vista, c. 1734; 1862; 1978-95,  Albemarle County
Bull-Coard Slave Trader’s House,  18th century, Accomack County
Burrow’s House, c. 1770,  Surry County
Bushfield,  18th century, Westmoreland County
Byrnley Farm, c. 1765, Fauquier County
Cappahosic House/Baytop, c. 1751, Gloucester County
Captain John Harvey Lot, c. 1624-25, possible house on lot, New Towne, Jamestown  

Carlyle House, 1751-53, Braddock's headquarters during the French-Indian War, Alexandria

Carrsgrove, 1747; 1892; razed 2013,  Charlottesville,  Albemarle County
Carter’s Grove, 1751-55,  James City County
Caserta, c. 1736,  Northampton County
Castalia Claim House, 1747; 1892,  Albemarle County
Castle Hill, 1764; 1824,  Albemarle County
Catlett House, 1760,  Port Royal,  Caroline County
Causey’s Care Settlement, 1620,  Charles City County
Cedar Ridge, c. 1750,  Surry County
Chantilly, c. 1763,  Westmoreland County
Charles Cummings House, c. 1773,  Washington County
Charles Washington House/Rising Sun Tavern,  c.1760,  Fredericksburg
Charlotte Bayle Place,  c. 1669,  Accomack County
Charlton House, 1760s; new house on site 1880s; reconstructed by CW, Williamsburg

Chatham Manor, c. 1771,  Fredericksburg
Chelsea, c. 1740; 1760,  King William County
Chericoke, 1768-71,  King William County
Chester, 1773,  Sussex County
Chestnut Grove, c. 1730, New Kent County
Chiswell-Bucktrout House, c. 1750,  Williamsburg
Chopawamsic, early 18th century,  Stafford County
Church Hill (Mordecai’s Mounty), c. 1658, Gloucester County
Claremont Manor, c.1754,  Surry County
Cleve, early to mid-18th Century,  King George County
Clifford, 18th century, Gloucester County
Clover Fields, c. 1765; razed 1846; new house on site 1973-1992,  Albemarle County

Cobbs Hall, 1720s; rebuilt 1853, Northumberland County
Coke-Garrett House, pre-1755; 1810; 1836-37; 1850s; restored by CW, Williamsburg   

Colle/Riedesel House, c. 1774; razed 1933, Albemarle County
Colonel Nathaniel Bacon (cousin of rebel) House, c. 1683, on site of old Jamestown Fort

Corbin Hall, Chincoteague Farm,  1725; 1787,  Accomack County
Corotoman, 1726-27; burned 1729,  Lancaster County
Criss Cross, c. 1690-1725, New Kent County
Crumley-Lynn-Lodge House, c. 1759; 1830; 1850; 1987-91,  Frederick County

Cumberland Plantation, 18th century, New Kent County
Curle’s Neck, 1650, Henrico County
Curtis House, c. 1715-17, Williamsburg
Custis House, 18th century, Accomack County
Custis Tenement, 1714-15; burned 1776; reconstructed by CW, Williamsburg

Dale’s Pale House, late 17th century to early 18th century, Chesterfield County

Darby’s Folly, 1750-60; 1938 restoration,  Albemarle County
Ditchley, 1762,  Northumberland County
Ditchley, original house 18th century, Gloucester County
Dividing Creek, mid-17th century, Northumberland County

Dogg’s Island and Mason Neck Patents, 1651 for Richard Turney on Doggs Island & Mason Neck; 1653 for John Jenkin, Gervais Dodson, Thomas Speake on Mason Neck; 1654 for Richard Boren, Miles Cary, John Motrom, Newberry; 1657 for John Gosnell, Peeter Smith, Thomas Molten; 1660 for Richard Bushrod; and 1666 for Martin Scarlett; dwellings in these years unlikely, Gunston Neck in Fairfax County

Dogham Farm, c. 1700, Charles City County
Dr. Barraud House, c. mid-1760s-80s; 1785-1801; restored by CW in 1942, Williamsburg

Drummond House, mid-17th century; likely destroyed in 1676, New Towne of Jamestown

Drummond House,  18th century, Accomack County
Dudley Digges House, c.1744,  Yorktown
Dunlora Claim House, 1760; burned 1828,  Charlottesville,  Albemarle County

Eagle’s Nest, 1680s,  Stafford County
Edge Hill House, c. 1750,  Gloucester County
Edloe,  18th century, Prince George County
Edmund Bayly House/Hermitage,  1769-87,  Accomack County
Edward Champion Travis House, after 1755 and likely until 1803, New Towne  of Jamestown

Edward Washington House/Belmont/Cocke House, c. 1730-50, built by Catesby Cocke; bought by Edward Washington in 1742; most of early house was torn down in 19th century, Lorton in Fairfax County

Effingham, c. 1777,  Prince William County
Elmington, late 17th century, current house 1848, Gloucester County
Elmwood, c. 1774,  Essex County
Elsing Green (Main House), 1715-20, King William County
Eltham, mid-18th Century,  New Kent County
Endview, 1769,  Newport News

Enniscorthy’s Old Cabin, 18th century; Isaac A. Coles house built 1839-41, Albemarle County

Eppington, 1768-1802,  Chesterfield County
Evelynton, first house 1760 burned in 1860; rebuilt 1860 and lost; current house 1930s,  Charles City County

Evergreen, c. 1750; framed edition after 1875,  Accomack County
Ewing House, mid-18th Century,  Williamsburg
Eyre Hall, c. 1735; 1759-60,  Wing 1807,  Northampton County
Fairfield, 1692; 1704-20; burned c. 1897,  Gloucester County
Fairfield, c. 1768,  Clarke County
Farmington, 1765; 1807; 1820; 1930; restored 1977-98,  Charlottesville, Albemarle County

Fawcett House, 1772; 1784,  1797,  Alexandria
Ferry Farm, 1725-40,  Stafford County
Fiddler’s Green, late 17th century, Gloucester County
Findowrie, early 1730s,  Albemarle County
Flowerdew Hundred's Abraham Peirsey House, c. 1626,  Prince George County

Flowerdew Hundred's Dwellings 64; 65; 68; 79; 82, early 17th century, Prince George County

Flowerdew Hundred's Sites 77 & 92, mid-to-Late 17th century, Prince George County

Flowerdew Hundred's Yeardley House, 1619, Prince George County
Folly Castle, 1763,  Petersburg
Fort Bowman/Harmony Hall,  1753,  Shenandoah County
Fort Colvin, c. 1750,  Frederick County
Foster’s Castle, 1685-90,  New Kent County
Four Mile Tree, 1743-45; remodeled 1796,  1835-36,  Surry County

Four Stairs, c. 1737 for earliest section, Great Falls in Fairfax County
Fox Hill Plantation South Block, 1761; north block in 1803,  Lancaster County

Francis Ackiss House, 18th century, Virginia Beach
Fry Farm/Viewmont,  c. 1737; burned 1800 and rebuilt; burned again in 1939 and rebuilt in 1941,  Albemarle County

Gale Hill, c. 1775; 1857; 1887; burned 1930,  Albemarle County
George Menefie Lot, c. 1624-25, possible house on lot, New Towne, Jamestown  

George Wythe House, 1752-54,  Williamsburg
Glebe House Hungars Parish, c. 1745,  Northampton County
Glebe House of Southwark Parish, c. 1724,  Surry County
Glebe House of St. Anne’s Parish, c. 1730,  Essex County
Glebe House of Westover Parish, c. 1745,  Charles City County
Glebe House St. Mark’s Parish, 1772,  Culpepper County
Glen Echo, c. 1760; 1935; 1941; 1977-87,  Albemarle County
Glen Roy, first house possibly early 18th century, current house 1853,  Gloucester County

Glendower Claim House, 1745-60; 1957-95,  Albemarle County
Gloucester Hall (Thomas Pate House), c. 1660s,  Gloucester County
Goose Creek Meetinghouse, 1765,  Loudoun County
Goshen, 1750-60; addition 1856, Gloucester County
Gould Hill/Flankers, c. 1760,  Hanover County

Governor Berkeley’s Houses in Jamestown, 1641-76; Berkeley is believed to have built a 3-gabled row house (per Martha McCartney) in Jamestown but its existence and location is disputed; Berkeley moved to Green Spring  outside Jamestown in the late 1640s; he claimed to own 5 houses in Jamestown in 1676

Governor Francis Wyatt’s Country House, 1641-44; Wyatt bought Kemp House  in 1641; Gov. Berkeley bought it in 1644 and likely used for state business; sold to Walter Chiles in 1644, New Towne of Jamestown

Governor’s House/Row Houses, 1611-14; Argall’s extension 1617-19, Jamestown Fort

Governor’s Palace, 1706-20; rebuilt 1931-34, Williamsburg
Green Hill, early 18th Century,  Princess Anne County

Green Spring, 1777-84 brick house, 4603 Green Spring Road, Alexandria
Green Springs, 1643-45; 1674; 1755,  James City County
Greenfield, c. 1771,  Chesterfield County
Greenfield, mid-18th century; burned 1959,  Botetourt County
Greenway , c. 1776,  Charles City County
Greenway Court, c. 1748,  Clark County
Grissell Hay House, c. 1750,  Williamsburg
Grissell Hay Lodging/Archibald Blair House, 1716-18; restored by CW in 1930, Williamsburg

Gunston Hall, 1755-59,  Fairfax County
Hail Western, colonial era house 18th century, Gloucester County 
Hallowes House, 1660s,  Westmoreland County 
Harrap (later Middle Plantation), c. 1634, College Creek in James City County

Harvey House, site of official Governor’s business, 1632-41; addition by Gov. Berkeley c. 1642; damaged 1656 and later restored until destroyed by fire in 1670, New Towne of Jamestown

Harwood House, 1750-70,  Williamsburg
Hatfield Manor, 1760, Caroline County
Haw Branch, 1748; 1815,  Amelia County
Hazelwood, c. 1750,  Caroline County
Hedgelawn, c. 1725-40,  Chesterfield County
Hedra Cottage/Hedrick Farm,  1639-60; modern restored,  Accomack County

Henry T. Cornick House,  18th century, Virginia Beach
Herbert House, mid-18th century, Hampton
Hermitage (Devereaux House), c. 1699; 1805-15; 1940; 2005-11,  Virginia Beach
Hesse, 1642-74,  Mathews County
Hewick, c. 1678; 1750; 19th century,  Middlesex County
High Banks, c. 1753; 1858,  Frederick County
Hillford House, c. 1720s; 1840s,  Carolina County
Hills Farm/Hunting Creek Plantation,  1747; 1856; 1942,  Accomack County

Hillsborough, mid-18th century,  King and Queen County
Hinman-Mason House, 1720-25,  Accomack County
Hockley/Cowslip Green/Erin, 18th century
Homespun, 1771,  Frederick County

Hope Park Mansion, likely colonial (exact date unknown) built on land first patented by Cadwallader Jones in 1677; plantation built by Edward Payne in 18th century; later owned by David Stuart and Eleanor Calvert Custis, step-daughter-in-law of George Washington, 11807 Pope's Head Road, Fairfax County

Huggin’s House, c. 1691-92, Princess Anne County
Hugh Mercer Apothecary Shop, c. 1772, Fredericksburg

Hunting Creek Warehouse, c. 1731, built by Simon Pearson; sold to Hugh West 1735-39 and became known as West's Point; possible dwelling next to warehouse; at foot of today's Oronoco Street, Alexandria

Hunting Quarter, 1745-72,  Sussex County
Hupp House, c. 1755,  Shenandoah County
Hurtsville, c. 1777,  Northumberland County
Hyde Park, 1762-82; 1840; 1860; 1906-11,  Nottoway County
Indian Banks, 1738,  Richmond County 
Ionia, c. 1775,  Louisa County
Jackson House, c. 1624-25, New Towne of Jamestown
James Galt House, Probably pre-1776; moved in and restored by CW in 1929, Williamsburg

James Geddy House and Silversmith Shop, 1761-62,  Williamsburg
James Monroe Birthplace House, mid-18th Century,  Westmoreland County

James Keith House, current brick house built on lot bought by James Keith in 1783; evidence exists of earlier frame house on the site likely from the colonial period; 419 Lee Street South, Alexandria

James Semple House, c. 1770; acquired by CW in 1929, Williamsburg
Jerdone Castle, c. 1742; expanded 1853, Louisa County
John Blair House, pre-1771 & possibly built earlier; reconstructed by CW, Williamsburg

John Crump House/Mr. Reed’s Store, c. 1750-75, reconstructed, Williamsburg

John Dalton House, 1750-77, residence of Washington's Tobacco Agent, 207 North Street, Alexandria

John Hite House, c. 1753; 1835-40; 1900,  Frederick County
John Lewis Jr House, before 1676, Gloucester County
John Page House, 1662, Williamsburg, Middle Plantation, 
John Phipps Lot with likely House, 1660s, New Towne of Jamestown
John Pott House, c. 1624-25, possible house on lot, New Towne of Jamestown

John Robins House/Point Lookout Archeological Site, c. 1642, Gloucester County

John Saunders House, c. 1750-76; 1782-1836; 1837; 1903; 1931; 1958, Williamsburg

John Tayloe, Jr., House, 1771, Fredericksburg
John White House, late 1620s; likely burned before 1650, New Towne of Jamestown

Johnston-Hansen House, 1752-77, early building erected around 1757 by George Johnston, Sr., and around 1772 by his son-in-law, Robert Hanson Harrison, 224 Lee South Street, Alexandria

Jordan’s Point's Structure 4, mid-1620s,  Prince George County
Keeling House , 1734-35,  Virginia Beach
Kempsville, third quarter of 18th century,  Gloucester County
Kenmore, 1772-76,  Fredericksburg
Keswick, 1764; 1818,  Albemarle County
Kingsmill Plantation, c.1730s; house burned in 1843,  James City County

Kinloch, c. 1764; burned 1865; reconstructions late 19th century, 1940s,  1978-95,  Albemarle County

Kiskiack/Lee House, early to mid-17th century,  York County
Kittiewan, 1770s,  Charles City County
Laneville, c. 1760,  King and Queen County
Lansdowne, c. 1740,  Middlesex County
Lee Hall, early 18th century,  Westmoreland County
Leesylvania, mid-18th century,  Prince William County
Level Green, early 18th century, Gloucester County

Lexington, mansion built by George Mason V after 1784 but earlier house may have existed on the site in 1775; 1784 burned in 1879, Mason's Neck in Fairfax County

Liberty Hall, 1778-1815,  Bedford County
Lightfoot House, c. 1730-50; restored and reconstructed outbuildings 1940-41, 1961 by CW, Williamsburg

Linden House, 1700-25; 1760-61, enlarged 1778, enlarged 1803, Richmond County

Little England, 1716; restored 1939; wing added 1854, Gloucester County

Locust Hill, 1766; restored 20th century,  Charlottesville
Lone Oak/Rock of Ages,  mid-18th century,  Roanoke
Long Bridge Ordinary/Edge Hill House/Gloucester Women’s Club, c. 1750, Gloucester County

Long Meadow, c. 1755; 1827; 1919,  Winchester
Lowland Cottage, 1666-76, 1780s; 1825; 1854, Gloucester County
Lucky Hit, 1750-99,  Clarke County

Ludwell/State House Complex/Structure 144 including houses 1,  2,  3,  4, c. 1663 construction of 2 row houses on site containing old “country house;” 2  more houses added shortly thereafter; 1664-65 a formal house was  added on the west end; 1665 east house expanded; 1676 burned; rebuilt 1684-85; 1694 restorations and additions; burned again in 1698, west of old Jamestown Fort on current site of archaeology museum in Jamestown

Ludwell-Paradise House, c.1752-55; restored 1920s by Rockefeller Family, Williamsburg

Lynnhaven/Wishart House, c. 1724-25,  Virginia Beach
Machodoc, mid-to-Late 17th century,  Westmoreland County

Malcom Jamesson House/Mount Gilead, late 18th century possibly colonial in colonial village of Newgate (later Centreville); was called Black Horse Tavern in 1786;  headquarters for General Joe Johnston in 1861;  5634 Mount Gilead Road, Centreville

Malvern Hill, 1700-25; burned c. 1905,  Henrico County
Mansfield, mid-18th century,  Dinwiddie County
Margot’s/Eagle’s Lodge,  1700-49,  Charles City County
Marlborough, 1747-49,  Stafford County
Marlfield, 1732, Gloucester County
Marmion, 1670,  expanded & remodeled 1758 &1790s,  King George County

Marrowbone, mid-18th century,  Henry County
Marston House, 18th century near Toano in James City County
Martin Home, c. 1738; early 1900s,  Accomack County
Martin’s Hundred/ Site C/Company Compound, 1620,  James City County

Martin’s Hundred's Boyse House, 1620-22,  James City County
Martin’s Hundred's Site A/Structure C, 1625,  James City County
Martin’s Hundred's Site H/Structure A, c. 1620-22,  James City County
Martin's Hundred, 1618, James City County
Martin's Hundred's Wolstenholme Towne (later Carter's Grove), c. 1620, James City County

Mary Washington House, c. 1772, Fredericksburg

Mason, George II Newtown, c. 1692, likely dwelling on land first patented (12 on map) by Richard Bushrod in 1660, located at the Overlook a quarter mile east of Gunston Hall; Mason IIwas son of George Mason I who had first settled on Aquia Creek in Stafford County, in Fairfax County

Mason, George II Dogue Creek Property Patents, prior to 1699, on land (10 on map) first patented by William Travers in 1670, head of Dogue's Creek in Fairfax County

Mathews Manor, late 1630s; enlarged 1640s, c. 1650,  Newport News
Matthew Jones House, c.1720; enlarged 1729-30,  Newport News
Maxfield, 1764,  Albemarle County
Mayfield Cottage, c. 1750,  Petersburg
May-Hartwell House, 1661-99, New Towne of Jamestown
Meadea, 1750-99,  Clarke County
Melville , c. 1727,  Surry County
Menokin, c. 1769,  Westmoreland County

Merchant Rowhouses, 1650-1720, likely a residence for prominent officials; Assembly meetings likely took place here, New Towne of Jamestown

Midway/Riverdale Farm,  c. 1764 log cabin; house 1807; remodeled c. 1815-20s, late 19th century and 1930s, Albemarle County

Mills End, c. 1750; recently restored,  Gloucester County
Montebello, c. 1750; 1800,  Orange County
Monticello, 1768-72; 1794-1809,  Charlottesville,  Albemarle County
Montpelier , c.1750; mid-1800s,  Rappahannock County
Montpelier, Salem Church Vicinity,  18th century, Charles City County
Montpelier, 1764-98; enlarged 1809-11,  Orange County
Montpelier, c. 1724,  Surry County
Moody House/Roper-Lee, 1725-50; reconstructed in 1939 & remodeled in 1950 by CW,  Williamsburg

Moore House, mid-18th century, Yorktown
Mount Airy, 1760-64; partially burned 1844 and rebuilt, Richmond County

Mount Pleasant, mid-to-late 17th century, Westmoreland County
Mount Prodigal/Noane House, late 17th century or early 18th centuries, Gloucester County

Mount Vernon Area Land Patents, 1657, 1000 acres between Dogue Run & Little Hunting Creek patented by Robert Castleton and Henry Vincent; claimed by Peter Jennings in 1660; after that went to Richard Lee; separate claim made by John Alexander and Lt. Col. John Washington in 1674/75; eventually Lee and other claims overturned in favor of Spencer, Washington and Alexander; no evidence of dwellings in these early years, Fairfax County.

Mount Vernon (Washington’s Mansion), 1726-35 first dwelling; principal block of current house built in 1758; two story secondary wings 1774/75; north wing began 1776 with interior completed in 1787; land had passed down from John Washington's patents, Fairfax County

Mount Zion, 1770-72,  Warren County
Mountain View Farm, c. 1777,  Amherst County
Mulberry Hill, 18th century, Charlotte County
Nanzatico, 1770,  King George County
Needab Farm,  18th century, Accomack County
Nelson-Galt House, 1695; 1707-08; 1750,  Williamsburg
Newington, 18th century, King and Queen County
Nicholas Meriwether Site with likely house, 1660s, along Kings Mill Creek on Jamestown Island

Nicolson House, c. 1750,  Williamsburg
Nomini Hall, mid-18th century,  Westmoreland County
North Wales, 1770s,  Fauquier County
O.H.P. Tanner House, 1769; remodeled 1823 & 1923,  Mecklenburg County

Oak Grove, c. 1750; 1784; 1833,  Campbell County
Oak Grove, c. 1750; wings added 1811 & c. 1840,  Northampton County
Oak Hill, 1773, Fauquier County
Old Forge Farm, mid-18th century,  Frederick County
Old Mansion, 1669,  Caroline County
Olive Hill, c. 1760,  Chesterfield County
Oropax, c. 1732,  Goochland County
Orrell House, c. 1750-75; restored 1929-31,  Williamsburg
Palmer House, c.1755,  Williamsburg
Paradise, c. 1653-56,  Gloucester County
Park Gate, c. 1750,  Prince William County
Pasbehegh Territory, 1617, James City County
Patrick Murray/Douglas Brown House, c. 1775,  517 Prince Street, Alexandria

Pear Valley, 1720-40,  Northampton County
Pearson House, 1775,  Caroline County
Peckatone, c. 1750,  Westmoreland County
Peirce House, c. 1624-25, New Towne of Jamestown
Pembroke Manor, 1764,  Virginia Beach
Pembroke, 1701; 1950-52,  Suffolk
Pettus Manor House, c. 1641-50; burned 1690, Kingsmill Neck in James City County

Pettus/House in Utopia Quarter,  1675-91,  James City County
Peyton-Randolph House, 1715-18; 1724; 1754-55,  Williamsburg
Pilgrim’s Rest/Belle Mont Grove/Mount Wesley,  18th century, Prince William County

Pine Slash, c. 1760,  Hanover County
Pit Houses, 1607-08, Jamestown Fort
Pitts Neck, c. 1725-50,  Accomack County
Plain Dealing, 1761; 1789,  Albemarle County
Pleasant Green,  18th century King William County
Pleasant Hall, 1769-79,  Virginia Beach
Pleasant Point, c. 1724,  Scotland,  Surry County
Pleasant View, c. 1730,  Chesterfield County
Poplar Grove,  18th century, Accomack County
Poplar Hall, 1761-67,  Princess Anne County
Poplar Hall, c. 1760; 1860; 1954,  Norfolk
Poplar Springs, mid-18th Century; remodeled 1960s & 1982,  Charles City County

Poropotank/Violet Banks, second half 17th century or early 18th century, Gloucester County

Porto Bello, 1770s,  Camp Peary,  York County

Powell-Hallam House/Seymour Powell Tenement, c. 1753; moved in 1930 and restored in 1931 by CW, Williamsburg

Powhaten, c. 1750; burned in Civil War; restored 1948, James City County

President’s House, College of William and Mary, 1732-33, Williamsburg

Purtan, mid-17th century, Gloucester County
Quarter Farm, c. 1749,  Southampton County
Quest End/Selden, late 17th century or early 18th century, Gloucester County

Ralph Hamor Lot, c. 1624-25, possible house on lot, New Towne, Jamestown 

Ramsey House, 1749, land owned and farmed by Phillip Alexander and his cousin John Alexander plus others, was laid out in lots by John West; dwellings built slowly with most appearing in the federal period after 1789 and early 19th century, Alexandria

Ravensworth/Fitzhugh Land Patents, 1686, 21,996 acres patented by William Fitzhugh from Stafford County up to the head branches of Hunting Creek in Fairfax County; no likely dwellings in colonial years; houses built on property were Ossian Hall off Braddock Road, 1783; Oak Hill off Wakefield Chapel Road, 1790, and Ravensworth 1796, Fairfax and Stafford Counties 

Red Hill, 1770s,  Charlotte County
Retirement, mid-17th century, Stafford County
Reuben Lovett House,  18th century, Virginia Beach
Revell West House, late 17th century or early 18th century,  Accomack County

Reverend Richard Buck Lot, 1620s, likely dwelling on site, “Neck O’ Land” across the Back River from Jamestown

Rich Neck Plantation (George Menefie’s Littletown), 1633; (Richard Kemp), 1636-50; (Lunsford), 1650-53; (Ludwell), 1665-77; (Ludwell II), 1674-94, James City County

Richard James I Sites with likely dwelling(s), 1654-57, burned during Bacon’s Rebellion, along Back River across from Jamestown Island.

Richard Kemp House/Structure 44, 1638-39; first all brick house in Virginia; torn down by John Page in 1650s, New Towne of Jamestown

Richardson House, 18th century near Croaker in James City County

Richland, mid-17th century, Stafford County
Ringfield, 1700-10; burned c. 1905, York County
Rippon House, 17th century, York County
Rippon Lodge, c. 1747; renovated 19th and 20th centuries, Prince William County

River Creek, 17th century,  York County
River Edge, early 18th century with colonial revival additions,  Charles City County

Riverside, 1670s,  James City County
Roaring Springs, c. 1725,  Gloucester County
Robert Carter Brick Quarters, third quarter 18th century,  Williamsburg
Robert Carter House, c 1747; remodeled 1760,  Williamsburg
Robert Tynes House, c. 1750,  Isle of Wight County
Robertson Tenement, 1715-18,  Williamsburg
Rochester House, 1745,  Westmoreland County
Rock Castle, c. 1732,  Goochland County
Rocky Mills, c. 1750,  originally Hanover County; moved to Henrico County

Rokeby, c. 1765, Loudoun County
Rose Cottage, 1755,  Accomack County
Rosegill, 1650s; rebuilt c. 1715-20 and 19th century,  Middlesex County

Rosewell, 1725-37; burned 1916, Gloucester County
Row House, c. 1660-99; burned in 1676 and rebuilt 1680, New Towne of Jamestown

Runneymeade Farm, c. 1777, Loudoun County
Rural Plains/Shelton House,  1723-25,  Hanover County
Sabine Hall, 1738-42; 1830s; 1929,  Richmond County
Salisbury Plain, 1727,  Virginia Beach
Salt Box House,  18th century, Accomack County
Salubria, 1755-57; 1794,  Culpepper County
Saratoga, 1779,  Clarke County
Scarborough/Occohannock House Archeological Site, 17th century, Accomack County

Scotchtown, 1720-60, Hanover County
Seawell’s Ordinary, c. 1712; 1757; adjustments 20th century, Gloucester County

Selden House/Flowerdew Hundred, possibly late 17th century, Prince George County

Seven Springs, 1725-40,  King William County
Severn Hall/Severnby, late 17th century, current house 1892, Gloucester County

Shadwell, 1737; burned 1770; reconstructed,  Albemarle County
Shield House, 1699,  York County
Shelly, mid-17th century, Gloucester County
Shepherd’s Plain, 1755-75,  Accomack County
Sherwood Forest, c. 1730,  Charles City County
Sherwood House, Structure 138/53, 1653-58; 1673-76; 1682, New Towne of Jamestown

Sherwood, mid-18th century, Gloucester County
Sherwood Forest (Farm) Mary Ball Washington House, c. 7 pre-1778, Stafford County

Shirley/Thomas West Hundred (settlement), 1713, Charles City County
Shirley (house), 1723-38,  Charles City County
Shirley, The Hack Place,  prior to 1771,  Accomack County
Shockoe Bottom, 1737, Richmond
Simmons Sebrell-Camp House, c. 1770,  Southampton County
Sleepy Hollow Farm, 1769; expanded 1820,  Loudoun County
Smith’s Fort Plantation, 1751-65,  Surry County
Smithfield, 1774,  Montgomery County
Smyth/Southampton Hundred,  1617,  Charles City County
Somers House, c. 1727,  Jamesville,  Northampton County
Somerset, c. 1775,  Powhatan County
Springdale, 1750; 1774-1824,  Mathews County
St. George Tucker House (earlier Levingston House),  1718; 1750; 1788-92, Williamsburg

St. James House, c. 1768,  Fredericksburg
St. Louis Road House, c. 1720, Loudoun County
Stone House Site near Toano, possibly 18th century, James City County

Stone Hunting Lodge at Lower Bremo, c. 1723; Remodeled1802-05; expanded1917, Fluvanna County

Stratford Hall, 1736-40; expanded and remodeled1750s and 1790s; restored 1930s, Westmoreland County

Stratton Manor, third quarter 18th century, Cape Charles,  Northampton County

Sturgis House, c. 1725-50,  Northampton County
Sweet Hall, c. 1725-40,  King William County 
Swinhow’s Settlement, 1620-22,  Charles City County
Taliaferro-Cole House, second half 18th century; 1815-34; restored 1940-41 by CW,  Williamsburg

Tanks Weyanoke Settlement,  c. 1618,  Charles City County
Tar Bay One, c. 1746,  Prince George County
Tayloe House, 1752-59,  Williamsburg
Tazewell Hall, c. 1730; 1778 alterations; moved in 1908 and 1954,  previously Williamsburg,  now Newport News

Tedington, c. 1750,  Charles City County
The Anchorage, c. 1749,  Northumberland County
The Barracks, 1610, Jamestown Fort
The Brafferton/College of William and Mary, 1723,  Williamsburg
The Chimneys, 1771-73,  Fredericksburg
The Colonial House, 1732; 1780; Modernized 20th century,  Albemarle County

The Cove, c. 1773,  Halifax County
The Eagle House (originally a tavern),  c. 1730s, Madison County
The Farm/Nicholas Lewis House,  c. 1770; 1939; 1949-50; 1987-2000, Charlottesville

The Glebe of Shelburne Parish, c. 1775,  Loudoun County
The Glebe, c. 1762; 1825; 1919-37,  Amherst County
The Hollow, 1763-64,  Markham,  Fauquier County
The Lodge at Elsing Green, before 1690, King William County
The Maine, 1608, James City County
The Mount, 1696,  Caroline County
The Oaks, c. 1745,  originally Amelia County now Richmond
The Quarter, c. 1611, cellar may have been a 1607 shelter, Jamestown Fort

The Rowe, east wing before 1779; 1808,  Charles City County
The Shelter, early 18th century; expanded and remodeled 18th and 19th centuries, Gloucester County

Thomas Everard House, 1718; 1720; 1750; 1770; restored by CW, Williamsburg

Thomas Nelson House, 1729-30, Yorktown
Thomas Pope House, 1670-85; enlarged 1705, Westmoreland County

Thomas R. Boggs House, c. 1718 with later additions, Fredericksburg

Thoroughgood House, c. 1719-20,  Virginia Beach
Timberneck Farm, 1670s, Gloucester County
Timson House, 1716; enlarged 1752; c. 1820 & 1900; renovated in 1996 by CW, Williamsburg

Tobias Lear House/Wellington/Malcolm Matheson House, 1742, Alexandria

Toddsbury, 1658-69; additions up to 1784, Gloucester County
Tomahund, c. 1750-80; enlarged 1841-47,  Charles City County
Topping House,  18th century, Accomack County
Totier Creek Farm/Locust Shades,  1760; c. 1860; 1978-95,  Albemarle County

Townfield, 1745-50, Caroline County
Travis House, 1765-80; damaged by fire 1928; moved and restored 1929-30 by CW, Williamsburg

Tuckahoe, 1714-23; 1733; 1750s, Goochland and Henrico counties

Upper Wolfsnare/Brick House Farm,  c. 1759,  Virginia Beach
Utopia, c. 1660,  Kingsmill, James City County
Valmont/Belle Grove,  1745; 1800; 1975; 1975-99,  Albemarle County

Verville, c. 1742; altered late 18th early 19th centuries, Lancaster County

Virginia House, 1776,  Fredericksburg
Wales, 1730; 1752,  Dinwiddie County
Walke Mansion, c. 1751; 1830,  Virginia Beach
Waller House, c. 1749,  enlarged 1750s or 1760-1782,  Williamsburg

Walnut Farm, c. 1770,  Surry County
Walnut Meadow, c. 1750,  Albemarle County
Walter Aston Site, 1635,  Charles City County

Walter Chiles/John Page/William Sherwood Houses, 1650s-82; Chiles built house in front of Kemp house in 1650s; Page tore down Kemp House before 1676 and built a new house in back of Chiles house and in front of old Kemp House; damaged during Bacon’s Rebellion; rebuilt and expanded by William Sherwood in 1671 or 1682; demolished and overbuilt in 18th century by Richard Ambler, in the area of the Ambler Mansion ruins, New Towne of Jamestown

Warburton House (Pinewoods), late 17th century,  Lightfoot in James City County

Wareham, 1670s, Gloucester County
Warner Hall, 1674; current house c. 1900,  Gloucester County
Warren House/Smith’s Fort,  1763,  Surry County
Warwick, 1673; wing burned 1773; restored 1926,  Accomack County

Washington’s Pope Creek House/Wakefield, c. 1719; 1722-26; 1770s; burned in 1779, Westmoreland County

Washington’s Town House and Office, 1769 original house; reconstructed in 1960, 508 Cameron Street, Alexandria

Weatherburn’s Tavern, house 1738-42; converted to tavern shortly thereafter; 1750 enlargement; restored in 1966-68 by CW, Williamsburg

Weblin House, c. 1725-40, Virginia Beach
Welbourne, c. 1770; Expanded 1830 and 1850, Loudoun County’

West Grove, c. 1710, house built by Major John West; destroyed by fire 1861, Belle Haven Golf Course, Fairfax County

West House, 17th century, Accomack County
Westerhouse House, c. 1700, Northampton County

Western Branch (Occoquan) Patents, 1650s, patents by Corbet Piddle, John Jenkins & Gervais Dodson on northern banks of Occoquan; river first explored by John Smith in 1608; no evidence of dwellings in these early years, Fairfax County

Westgarden, 1737; remodeled 1968,  Charles City County
Westover Settlement (not house), 1619,  Charles City County
Westover (house), 1750-51,  Charles City County
Westover, c. 1750; late 18th century and early 19th century additions; destroyed by fire in 20th century, Northampton County

White Hall, prior to 1690, current house 1836, Gloucester County
White Marsh, c. 1750; expanded c. 1800, Gloucester County
William Byrd House, c.1770, Williamsburg

William Clifton House/River Farm/Wellington, brick house built in 1757 by William Clifton on Potomac River front property first owned by the Brent family; land purchased by George Washington and known as River Farm and leased to Tobias Lear; in the 19th century the property was owned by the Snowden family and known as "Wellington;" the house was eventually purchased by the American Horticultural Society at the request of the U.S. government to block a planned purchase by the Soviet Union to use as a retreat for its embassy;  today is the headquarters of the American Horticultural Society on East Boulevard, Alexandria

William Finnie House, 1770s; restored in 1932 & 1952 by CW,  Williamsburg

William Gunnell House, c. 1750, with 1770 log house on property, Great Falls in Fairfax County

William Lightfoot House, possibly pre-1783,  Williamsburg
William Pasteur House/Finnie House, c. 1769-70,  Williamsburg
William Scott Farmstead, c. 1775,  Isle of Wight County
Willow Grove, 1770s; 1848,  Orange County
Wilton House, 1763,  Middlesex County
Wilton, 1742; altered 1793,  Westmoreland County
Wilton, 1750-53,  originally Henrico County, now City of Richmond
Windie Knowe, c. 1770; 1850; 1978,  Charlottesville,  Albemarle County
Windsor Castle, prior to 1740, Isle of Wight County
Windsor Castle, c. 1760 near Toano in James City County
Winona, c. 1681,  Northampton County
Winton, c. 1770,  Amherst County
Wise House,  18th century, Accomack County
Woodford, mid-18th century,  Richmond County
Woodlawn, mid-18th Century,  King William County
Woodstock Hall Tavern,  1757; 1808,  Albemarle County
Woodville, mid-18th century,  Goochland County
Woodward-Jones House, 17th century; 1717,  Suffolk
Yeardley House, 1625, Jamestown