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Weston Manor

Weston Manor

This 18th-century house, built in 1789 in the style of a Tidewater plantation, is furnished with period antiques and reproductions.

Weston Plantation includes an elegant 18th-century plantation home overlooking the Appomattox River plus new kitchen and laundry dependencies. The home is notable for preserving much of its original interior. Visitors can learn about the generations of Gilliams and Eppes who lived there, including a little girl whose journal tells of her Civil War adventures and the ghosts that ran rampant in the manor.

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