Batesville Historic District

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Batesville, Virginia

The Batesville Historic District, located northeast of Charlottesville, was added to the National Register of Historic Places in December of 1999. This historic district was added to the Virginia Landmarks Register in June of 1999.[1]

Town of Batesville

Main article: Batesville

Batesville is a small community in the southwestern part of Albemarle County at the intersection of Plank Road, and Craig's Store Road. It has two country stores and a post office.

The town also has several community gatherings organized by the Batesville Ruritans, including Apple Butter Day and Batesville Day. On Batesville Day there is a parade (reportedly the smallest in Virginia), a 10 kilometer race, and other activities. It is also known for its campaign to encourage drivers to drive 25 within the town.

Local Businesses[2]

Map

Coordinates:Erioll world.svg.png 37°59′46″N 78°43′29″W / 37.996095°N 78.724594°W / 37.996095; -78.724594

References

  1. Web. [1], County of Albemarle, retrieved 29 Dec. 2010.
  2. Web. Batesville,Virginia, retrieved 30 Dec 2010.

External Links

Batesville Home Page