Outbuildings at the farm
|Location||VA 737, near Omega, Virginia|
|Area||275 acres (111 ha)|
|NRHP reference #||87001473|
|Added to NRHP||September 16, 1987|
|Designated VLR||March 17, 1987|
Buckshoal Farm is a property along with a historic home located near Omega, Halifax County, Virginia. The earliest section was built in the early-19th century, and is the two-story pitched-roof log section of the main residence. The larger two-story, pitched-roof section of the house with its ridge perpendicular to the older section was added in 1841. It features a porch that is configured to follows the shape of the ell and bay of the front of the house. The third two-story addition dates to circa 1910. Also on the property are the contributing log smoke house, well-house and a frame shed. Buckshoal Farm was the birthplace and favorite retreat of Governor William M. Tuck.
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