Raised on a high or English basement, this Greek Revival house is nearly cubic in its proportions and relatively restrained in its ornamentation. A handsome Ionic portico shelters the main entrance, while an Italianate cupola crowns the roofline. Kenmure was originally the home of William W. Lamb, mayor of Norfolk during the Civil War, and the name derives from that of a family estate in Scotland.
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