Item Details

Redlands

Thacker, Martin; Heston & Thomas Billups; Sill, Howard; Grigg, Milton L. (Milton LaTour); Johnson, Floyd E. (Floyd Elmer)
Format
Photographs; Online
Creator
Thacker, Martin
Heston & Thomas Billups
Sill, Howard
Grigg, Milton L. (Milton LaTour)
Johnson, Floyd E. (Floyd Elmer)
Date Created
18th century
Composition Era
1st Century
Type
building
Place
Carters Bridge
Carters Bridge (Va.)
Albemarle County (Va.)
Culture
American
Note
Still in the Carter family to this day--West Oak--Forest Hill--Polly & Sally Carter Home, late 19th century--Later founded St Timothy's School, Catonville, MD--Served as Civil War hospital for Maryland Confederates--Mantel Details from Wm Pain's Carpenter and Joiners Repository, Practical House Carpenter & British Palladio
2 Story Brick, 5 Bay, Figural Spaces, Interesting Mantels, Bed Alcove, Bulkhead, Metal then Slate Hipped Roof, Flemish Bond, 3 Course American Bond, Penciling, Queens Closers, Rubbed Brick, Dumbwaiter, Pitsaw Marks, Summer Beams, Chamber Pot Shaft, 3 King Post Trusses, Corn Shuck Insulation in Floor, Self Closing Door Hinges, Center Passage not Through House, 2nd Floor Wine Storage, Porch, 2 Leaf Door, 6 Panel Doors, False Door, 6/6, 9/9, 12/12, Triple Hung Sash, Blinds, Fanlight, Barred Cellar Windows; Smokehouse, Slave Quarters, Threshing Barn, Delco House, Gardens, Ghost, 2 Rotunda Annex Capitals, Slave Cemetery in woods; Different Mantels and Cornices in each room; OriginalSmooth Plaster Wall Finish in Southwest Bedchamber; 17 Rooms, 12 Fireplaces, 2 Chimney Stacks
Martin Thacker, Builder 1798--Heston & Thos Billups, Builders 1812--Howard Sill, Architect early 20th century--Milton Grigg, Architect 1952--Floyd Johnson, Architect 1950s
Survey Data
National Register of Historic Places--Virginia Landmarks Register--Studies in Vernacular Architecture--Virginia Road Traces
Event
Frame Hall-Parlour House--Foundation dug--Brick House begun--Dated Brick----Frame Hall-Parlour House burned
Contents
Digital Images : 17; Redlands -- Redlands -- North exterior of main house -- Parlor -- Delco house in foreground then smokehouse -- barred cellar window. SW grill on S facade. -- built-in china press -- Projecting salon -- slave quarters -- Entry -- Two Leaf Door -- Elevation -- Plan -- Plan -- Section showing king post truss -- garden plan -- Log slave quarters 1930s.
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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