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Commercial Building (Philip Williams Jr. House)

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Philip Williams Jr. House
c. 1845. 25 W. Piccadilly St.
  • (Photograph by D Hughes)
  • (Photograph by D Hughes)

Built for Philip Williams Jr., commonwealth attorney for Shenandoah and Warren counties, this two-and-a-half-story brick former house has paired parapet gable-end chimneys. Its most notable feature is the three-bay cast-iron porch topped by a cast-iron deck railing. The building was used as a boardinghouse during the early twentieth century and was known as the Old Virginia Home.

Writing Credits

Anne Carter Lee

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