Venable Bland Proctor House

Built around 1900, this house is a well-preserved Neoclassical Revival design by Jules C. Leffland. It was built for Venable B. Proctor, a promi­nent local attorney whose descendants still own the residence. Two-story Doric columns span the porch, and the front gable has matching min­iature Doric columns. Festoons are centered over each of the five bays on the front of the house. NR-1986; RTHL-1985.

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