Curles Neck Plantation

Curles Neck Plantation (also known as Curles Neck Farm) is located between State Route 5 and the north bank of the James River in the Varina district of Henrico County, Virginia. One of the great James River Plantations, Curles Neck has remained in active use for almost 400 years and remains a privately owned working farm which is not currently open to the public.

As "Curles Neck Farm", a 156-acre (0.63 km2) property was listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 2009.

Read more about Curles Neck Plantation:  History, Seat of Nathaniel Bacon, Revolutionary and Civil War Periods, Dairy Farming, Archaeological Digs

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