This estate was purchased by a husbandfrom the south and a wife from New York. After this lawyer became a deeply committed planter, he bought a magazine and continued agricultural education. I never heard of him, though he later became something like a Tea Party governor of Virginia.
The grounds are the big feature of this place but the house in interesting and the story of the man and his wife who turned it into a monument to him is also interesting.
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