Stone Buildings From The Historic South

This building is called Hill's Keep and it was built in the early 19th century. It is wonderfully crooked and has so much character. (It was moved to this location in the little downtown area of Wichester, VA in 2004 according to a plaque.)

I love the little window up there. Isn't it great?

It is possible to tell that some of these buildings are older than others, but I love the stone construction in all of them. Once in a while I see a stone house in New York and New Jersey, and it makes me happy. They were all over the place in the little historic, touristy area of Winchester, VA. It was very fun for me to walk around and see the history written in the buildings there.

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