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Westover House Gardens

Listed under Gardens in Plains Midwest, United States.

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Westover was built in the 1730s by William Byrd II. The house is an amazing example of Georgian architecture in America and is a great representation of Colonial Virginia. The Westover grounds and gardens are opened daily to the public but the house is not opened for public viewing. Westover has an ancient feel to it with 150 year old tulip poplars gracefully looming over the grounds.

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