Agecroft Hall was an English Tudor manor that was purchased by some extremely wealthy folks in the early 20th century, dismantled, and reassembled in Richmond, Virginia. The architecture is amazing. The grounds contain formal gardens as well as an expanse of lawn and trees with glimpses of the James River. The interior is dark wood and offers an education on English life in the era of Elizabeth I as well as commentary on how the Virginia owners molded part of the house to suit their "modern" needs. Visiting around Christmas is a real treat.
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