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The Herndon House

The Herndon House

Name:  The Herndon House

Date:  ca. 1975

Image Number:   KEL01cdKEL01

Comments:  The Herndon House was built between 1800-1810 and is located at 347 East Main Street in Scottsville.  Similar in design to the Colonial House next door, the Herndon House is a frame dwelling with weatherboard siding.  It is a 'double house' with a chimney on either end and a front-to-back central passageway.  The Herndon House is one of 53 historic buildings in Scottsville's 1976 historic district listing on the National Registry of Historic Places. Shown below is a 2010 photo of the Herndon House in Scottsville:

The Herndon House, 2010

Copyright © 2001 by Scottsville Museum

Top Image Located On:  Capturing Our Heritage, CD KEL01
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Bottom Image Located On:  Capturing Our Heritage, CD CG08
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