Historic Inglewood is listed on the Virginia Landmarks Register and National Register of Historic Places. A Robert Gray Legacy. Built for his son. Inglewood is the only remaining Robert Gray home - still standing 180 years later. A mid-19th century Georgian manor home and later 19th century lateral brick extension is graced with southern tradition. Welcome your guests onto the Greek revival portico with wood columns that highlight the entrance. Sited on a beautifully landscaped hilltop overlooking the city of Harrisonburg. Inglewood is a fine example of a mid to late 19th century farm complex. A fashionable dwelling with accompanying farm buildings are a distinguished reminder of the prosperous agricultural society that was typical of the mid-Shenandoah Valley in the 19th century. The interior of Inglewood has some of the most intricately carved Hessian mantels in the Valley. The original doors have Carpenter locks. The front door has the most unusual lock ornamented with Diana of the Chase design. The home was restored in the 1940's. The 2 story restored home behind the manor home used to be a schoolhouse. A former gem - some TLC to bring this quintessential piece of history back to it's former glory.
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