Covesville Historic District

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Cove Presbyterian Church, Constructed in 1809.

The Covesville Historic District, located southeast of Charlottesville, was added to the National Register of Historic Places in June of 2005. The 2,308-acre district, which was added to the Virginia Landmarks Register in March 2005, includes the village of Covesville as well as the surrounding farmland and contains 104 buildings, structures, and sites that have been identified as historically important. [1]



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References

  1. Web. National Register of Historic Places, Jennifer Hallock and Gardiner Hallock on behalf of the Piedmont Environmental Council, Application, Albemarle County, March 2, 2005, retrieved July 17, 2018.


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