About Mountain Road Historic District

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Mountain Road Historic District is a national historic district in Halifax, Halifax County, Virginia. The district includes 22 contributing buildings located along Mountain Road (State Route 360) and consists of two churches, a parish hall, a masonic hall, and a host of private residences dating to the 19th and early 20th centuries. Notable buildings include the Masonic Lodge (1828), Methodist Church (1831), St. John's Episcopal Church (1844), Magnolia Hill, Grand Oaks, and St. John's Rectory. Several of the earlier dwellings and St. John's Episcopal Church were designed by Dabney Cosby, Jr., son of the Jeffersonian workman, Dabney Cosby, Sr.

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Mountain Road, Halifax County, Virginia, United States of America, 24597

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