Scaleby (NRIS 90002000)

Address: Co. Rd. 723 S of jct. with US 340, Boyce, VA. County/parish: Clarke.

10 contributing buildings. 2 contributing objects.

Added to the National Register of Historic Places December 28, 1990.

From Wikipedia:

Scaleby (Boyce, Virginia)
Scaleby is a historic estate home and farm located near Boyce, Clarke County, Virginia. The main house and associated outbuildings were built between February 1909 and December 1911. The main house is a 2 1/2-story, nine bay, brick dwelling in the Colonial Revival style. It consists of a main block measuring 100 feet by 70 feet, connected to a dependency by a 36 feet long hyphen. The front facade features a five bay front porch supported by colossal Ionic order columns. Also on the property are the contributing Gardener's Cottage, the Farm Manager's House, the stable, the garage, a barn, a double-crib barn, the tenant house, a smokehouse, a water storage facility, the pumphouse, a two-story tower-like water catchment facility, a garden pergola, an ice-well with a gazebo, a stone terrace, and a concrete-lined pond. (read more...)

Architects:

  • Sill, Buckler, Fenhagen
  • Sill, Howard

Architectural styles:

  • Colonial Revival