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7822 Church Street

A home located at 7822 Church Street in Middletown, Virginia. Built in two sections, one around 1830 and the second around 1855, the home is designated as a contributing property to the Middletown Historic District, listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) in 2003.


From the Middletown Historic District's NRHP nomination form:

“7822 Church St, ca 1820-1840 ca 1850-1860. House is vernacular, two story, brick and frame with aluminum or vinyl siding and standing-seam metal gable roof. It has a frame rear ell addition and side brick addition, both of them mid-nineteenth-century. Brick is laid in five-course American bond. Craftsman porch has square Doric columns on brick piers with a standing-seam metal, hipped roof. Frame garage is non-contributing. Barn and ice house are contributing resources.”

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Taken on May 26, 2013