One of Southwest Virginia's few Moderne buildings, this house was constructed for Leon Beville Sr., business manager for Lincoln Industries. The concrete house is composed of a broad blocklike first story and a centered smaller second story that allows room for two rooftop terraces. Detailing is minimal, consisting principally of horizontal bands on the second floor. The house has iron casement windows, and a curved wall of glass bricks leads to the entrance. Views from the roof terraces overlook hills, the river, and the railroad as well as the house's formal gardens. A winding driveway leads to the rear of the house where the basement-level garage is modestly tucked away.
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