This walking tour encompasses homes and gardens at opposite ends of the spectrum. Baldwin Place, developed in 1986, follows an architecturally cohesive “village” concept, inspired by Colonial Williamsburg, and comprised of charming down-size homes with cottage-size gardens and open common spaces. In contrast, Waverley Hill, one of Staunton’s grandest mansions, was designed by William Bottomley in 1929. It has recently been impeccably restored and “up-sized” with expansions to the extensive gardens, including garden rooms, ponds, fountains, and an elegant swimming pool with a magnificent view of the Shenandoah Valley and the Blue Ridge.


  • Date
    Saturday April 23, 2022


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