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Addington Petty Dickson House


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"House of History"

This historical colonial house in Norfolk's West Freemason District is a fine example of Greek Revival architecture. Built in 1852, its distinctive red-brick facade, accented by powder-blue shutters has been lovingly restored to pristine condition. The building is easily spotted by the copper mermaid statue at the front, suspended on the fence. Call tourist information for more details.
300 West Freemason Street, Norfolk, VA, United States, 23510
"House of History"
This historical colonial house in Norfolk's West Freemason District is a fine example of Greek Revival architecture. Built in 1852, its distinctive red-brick facade, accented by powder-blue shutters has been lovingly restored to pristine condition. The building is easily spotted by the copper mermaid statue at the front, suspended on the fence. Call tourist information for more details.
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