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Exquisite! "The Tuleyries", Circa 1833. On 406 acres in Virginia. $5,000,000 - The Old House Life

This is such an exquisite property! Tuleyries was built in 1833. It is located on 406 acres in Boyce, Virginia. The federal style mansion was built by Joseph Tuley Jr. Surprisingly, Mr. Tuley made his money tanning leather. He wanted to display his wealth, that’s when he built Tuleyries. The gardens are equally as exquisite as the home itself. The home was then owned by Upton Boyce and later owned by Graham Blandy in 1903. Mr. Blandy bequeathed over half of the estate to the University of…

Exquisite! "The Tuleyries", Circa 1833. On 406 acres in Virginia. $5,000,000 - The Old House Life

This is such an exquisite property! Tuleyries was built in 1833. It is located on 406 acres in Boyce, Virginia. The federal style mansion was built by Joseph Tuley Jr. Surprisingly, Mr. Tuley made his money tanning leather. He wanted to display his wealth, that’s when he built Tuleyries. The gardens are equally as exquisite as the home itself. The home was then owned by Upton Boyce and later owned by Graham Blandy in 1903. Mr. Blandy bequeathed over half of the estate to the University of…

Exquisite! "The Tuleyries", Circa 1833. On 406 acres in Virginia. $5,000,000 - The Old House Life

This is such an exquisite property! Tuleyries was built in 1833. It is located on 406 acres in Boyce, Virginia. The federal style mansion was built by Joseph Tuley Jr. Surprisingly, Mr. Tuley made his money tanning leather. He wanted to display his wealth, that’s when he built Tuleyries. The gardens are equally as exquisite as the home itself. The home was then owned by Upton Boyce and later owned by Graham Blandy in 1903. Mr. Blandy bequeathed over half of the estate to the University of…

Exquisite! "The Tuleyries", Circa 1833. On 406 acres in Virginia. $5,000,000 - The Old House Life

This is such an exquisite property! Tuleyries was built in 1833. It is located on 406 acres in Boyce, Virginia. The federal style mansion was built by Joseph Tuley Jr. Surprisingly, Mr. Tuley made his money tanning leather. He wanted to display his wealth, that’s when he built Tuleyries. The gardens are equally as exquisite as the home itself. The home was then owned by Upton Boyce and later owned by Graham Blandy in 1903. Mr. Blandy bequeathed over half of the estate to the University of…

Exquisite! "The Tuleyries", Circa 1833. On 406 acres in Virginia. $5,000,000 - The Old House Life

This is such an exquisite property! Tuleyries was built in 1833. It is located on 406 acres in Boyce, Virginia. The federal style mansion was built by Joseph Tuley Jr. Surprisingly, Mr. Tuley made his money tanning leather. He wanted to display his wealth, that’s when he built Tuleyries. The gardens are equally as exquisite as the home itself. The home was then owned by Upton Boyce and later owned by Graham Blandy in 1903. Mr. Blandy bequeathed over half of the estate to the University of…

13 Historic Home Features Worth Preserving

Top Denver & Boulder, Colorado historic preservation contractors for historic home preservation, remodel, and luxury renovations.ear-impossible to replace.

Reveal : The Entry Way, Stairwell and Hallway - Deuce Cities Henhouse

Designing for a contiguous stairwell that connects to a second floor hallway, landing, and main floor entryway and creates continuity and cohesive design.

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Homes | Farmsteads & Estates | Hampton Island

A traditional architecture and planning firm based in Atlanta and New York. Our timeless designs capture the spirit of the past while fully embracing the present.

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