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.