Blenheim is a historic home and farm complex located at Blenheim, Albemarle County, Virginia. The main house was built by politician and diplomat Andrew Stevenson in 1846, and is a 1 1/2-story, six bay, gable-roofed frame building with Gothic Revival and Greek Revival style details. It has an ell at the rear of the west end. The front facade features a pair of one-story tetrastyle porches with pairs of Doric order piers. A notable outbuilding is the square "Athenaeum", a one-story, one-room, frame Greek Revival building with a pyramidal hipped roof and portico supported on Doric piers. Also on the property are a frame kitchen/laundry, a "chapel" or schoolhouse, and two smoke houses. Also on the property are two dwellings, one of which is supposed to have been built to accommodate Justice R

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  • Blenheim is a historic home and farm complex located at Blenheim, Albemarle County, Virginia. The main house was built by politician and diplomat Andrew Stevenson in 1846, and is a 1 1/2-story, six bay, gable-roofed frame building with Gothic Revival and Greek Revival style details. It has an ell at the rear of the west end. The front facade features a pair of one-story tetrastyle porches with pairs of Doric order piers. A notable outbuilding is the square "Athenaeum", a one-story, one-room, frame Greek Revival building with a pyramidal hipped roof and portico supported on Doric piers. Also on the property are a frame kitchen/laundry, a "chapel" or schoolhouse, and two smoke houses. Also on the property are two dwellings, one of which is supposed to have been built to accommodate Justice Roger B. Taney on his visits to Blenheim. The main house and many of the outbuildings were built during the ownership of Representative Andrew Stevenson (1784-1857), who purchased the property in 1846. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1976. (en)
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  • Blenheim is a historic home and farm complex located at Blenheim, Albemarle County, Virginia. The main house was built by politician and diplomat Andrew Stevenson in 1846, and is a 1 1/2-story, six bay, gable-roofed frame building with Gothic Revival and Greek Revival style details. It has an ell at the rear of the west end. The front facade features a pair of one-story tetrastyle porches with pairs of Doric order piers. A notable outbuilding is the square "Athenaeum", a one-story, one-room, frame Greek Revival building with a pyramidal hipped roof and portico supported on Doric piers. Also on the property are a frame kitchen/laundry, a "chapel" or schoolhouse, and two smoke houses. Also on the property are two dwellings, one of which is supposed to have been built to accommodate Justice R (en)
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