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Long Branch Plantation, Millwood

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#222 of 260 in Historic Sites in Virginia
Architectural Building · Hidden Gem · Farm
Long Branch is a historic family seat in Millwood, Virginia built in the early 19th century; named after the creek that runs through the property. Built on approximately 1000 acres (currently 400 acres) by Robert Carter Burwell in 1811 and owned by the Burwell-Nelson family until 1957. The property was placed on the National Register on October 1, 1969.
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  • The house was built in 1811 by a veteran of the American Revolution, Robert C. Burwell, and remained in the family until about 1957. In 190 it passed to the hands of a foundation and turned into a...  more »
  • Long Branch Plantation is a historic family seat in Millwood, Virginia, located west of the junction of County Roads 626 and 624, that was built in the early 19th century on 1,000 acres owned by...  more »
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  • A beautiful place to spend a quiet afternoon.
  • I love this place! It's like heaven on earth!

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