Join Us In The Old West End

The Old West End National Historic District boasts perhaps the finest and most concentrated collection of Victorian and Edwardian residential architecture in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Lining Main Street and adjacent side streets just west of the River District is a splendid assemblage of the full range of architectural styles from the AnteBellum era to World War I. Two early nineteenth century houses, in all probability the oldest in Danville, 770 Main Street and 225 Jefferson Avenue, are located in the District.

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Holbrook Avenue Beauty

The Judkins House

The Judkins house at 161 Holbrook Avenue was so named for its original owner, William Duncan Judkins who constructed the house in 1892.  Mr. Judkins was a native of the region, and after working in the hardware business in Maryland and New York City, he decided …

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Historic District On Fire!

Circa Magazine Says:  You Should Move to Danville, Virginia.

OK, Danville is not literally on fire.  But hear me out. The City’s Old West End National Historic District has 43 historic homes for sale — half for under $50,000. …

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