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Castalia 2

Pelz, Paul J; Cappelino, Eimerto
Format
Photographs; Online
Creator
Pelz, Paul J
Cappelino, Eimerto
Date Created
1850
Composition Era
19th Century
1850's
Type
building
Place
Cismont
Cismont (Va.)
Albemarle County (Va.)
Culture
American
Note
Murry Boocock Home--One of earliest Hereford cattle operations in America--Perhaps largest barn in county 55'x115' Frame
2 Story Frame (1899): 2 Tier Portico, 2 Pile, Porte Cochere, Widows Walk, Palladian Motif, 6/6, Blinds; Cemetery, Stone Barn, Frame Barn w/corn milling, Carriage House, Log Outbuilding, Smokehouse in attic, Root Cellar, Hexagonal Gazebo, Tenant House, Metal Truss Water Tower, Smokehouse, Slave Quarters (Paradise House), Ghost
Paul Pelz, Architect 1899--Eimerto Cappelino, Architect (English vernacular stone barn) 1929
Survey Data
Virginia Road Traces--Work Projects Administration
Event
Stable & Carriage House destroyed by lightning--Barn--Razed
Contents
Digital Images : 4; Exterior sketch -- Exterior -- Addition -- Plans.
Credit
K. Edward Lay, Also published in The Architecture of Jefferson country: Charlottesville and Albemarle County, Virginia. 2000.
Collection
Art and Architecture
Architecture of Jefferson Country
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