National Register Of Historic Places Listings In Clarke County, Virginia
This list includes properties and districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Clarke County, Virginia. Click the "Map of all coordinates" link to the right to view a Google map of all properties and districts with latitude and longitude coordinates in the table below.
- This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted April 26, 2013.
|Name on the Register||Image||Date listed||Location||City or town||Summary|
|Annefield||01969-11-12November 12, 1969||E of jct. of Rtes. 633 and 652
|Bear's Den Rural Historic District||02009-05-14May 14, 2009||Generally runs along both side of ridge along parts of Raven Rocks and Blue Ridge Mtn. Rds.
|Berryville Historic District||01987-11-03November 3, 1987||Jct. of US 7 & 340, Main, Church, & Buckmarsh Sts.
|Bethel Memorial Church||01991-02-07February 7, 1991||Co. Rt. 622
|Blandy Experimental Farm Historic District||01992-11-12November 12, 1992||US 50/17 S side, 4 mi. W of the Shenandoah R.
|Boyce Historic District||02004-03-08March 8, 2004||Includes Crescent Sts., Greenway Ave., Huntingdon Ln., Main St. Old Chapel Ave., Railroad Ln., Saratoga, Virginia, and Whiting
|Burwell-Morgan Mill||01969-11-12November 12, 1969||At jct. of Rtes. 723 and 255
|Carter Hall||01973-07-24July 24, 1973||NE of Millwood off VA 255
|Chapel Hill||02004-12-30December 30, 2004||300 Chapel Hill Ln.
|Cleridge||02011-09-08September 8, 2011||1649 Old Charles Town Rd.
|Clermont||02005-07-27July 27, 2005||801 E. Main St.
|Cool Spring Battlefield||01997-06-06June 6, 1997||Jct of Shenandoah R. and VA 643
|Fairfield||01970-02-26February 26, 1970||E of jct. of Rtes. 340 and 610
|Farnley||01989-11-02November 2, 1989||VA 658 at VA 622
|Glendale Farm||01995-03-17March 17, 1995||Jct. of VA 761 and VA 632, N side
|Greenway Court||01966-10-15October 15, 1966||1 mi. S of White Post on VA 277
||White Post||Remnants of 5,000,000-acre (20,000 km2) estate of Thomas Fairfax, 6th Lord Fairfax of Cameron, only British peer in America, where George Washington worked as a surveyor|
|Greenway Historic District||01993-11-04November 4, 1993||Roughly bounded by the Shenandoah R., the Warren Co. line, Virginia 340 and VA 618
||Boyce||Boundary increase I (listed February 21, 1997): E side of VA 255, approximately .2 mi. N of jct. with VA 723; Boundary increase II (listed October 30, 2007): 14374 Lord Fairfax Hwy.|
|Guilford||01993-02-04February 4, 1993||VA 644 S side, 0.5 mi. W of jct. with VA 658
|Huntingdon||01979-05-25May 25, 1979||N of Boyce
|Josephine City School||01995-04-07April 7, 1995||301-A Josephine St.
|Long Branch||01969-10-01October 1, 1969||W of jct. of CR 626 and 624
|Long Marsh Run Rural Historic District||01996-11-04November 4, 1996||Roughly bounded by WV state line, Virginia 608, Virginia 612, Virginia 7, and VA 653
|Lucky Hit||01993-08-12August 12, 1993||VA 628 S side, 4500 ft. NE of jct. with VA 658
|Meadea||01995-02-08February 8, 1995||600 ft. E of jct. VA 658 and VA 628, S side
|Millwood Colored School||02000-11-22November 22, 2000||1610 Millwood Rd.
|Millwood Commercial Historic District||02006-01-31January 31, 2006||Parts of Millwood Rd. and Tannery Ln.
|Norwood||01994-09-30September 30, 1994||VA 7, S side, 7/8 mi. E of jct. with VA BR 7
|Old Chapel||01973-04-02April 2, 1973||3 mi. N of Millwood off U.S. 340
|Old Clarke County Courthouse||01983-07-07July 7, 1983||104 N. Church St.
|River House||01993-12-23December 23, 1993||US 17/50, 2.5 mi. E of Millwood
|Saratoga||01970-02-26February 26, 1970||SE of jct. of Rtes. 723 and 617
||Boyce||Gray limestone Georgian house built by Brig. Gen. Daniel Morgan, best known for his victory over the British at the Battle of Cowpens in 1781.|
|Scaleby||01990-12-28December 28, 1990||Co. Rd. 723 S of jct. with US 340
|Smithfield Farm||02001-02-16February 16, 2001||568 Smithfield Ln.
|Soldier's Rest||01996-05-23May 23, 1996||.3 mi N of Fairfax Ave., approximately .5 mi. E of jct. of US 340 and VA 7
|The Tuleyries||01972-08-07August 7, 1972||1.5 mi. E of White Post off VA 628
|White Post Historic District||01983-09-29September 29, 1983||VA 658 and 628
|Wickliffe Church||01995-03-17March 17, 1995||VA 608, E side, .5 mi. S of VA-WV line
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