Garland Hill Historic District in Lynchburg VA

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413 Madison Street
"The George Fleming Estate"

The George Fleming Estate, built circa 1880 by architect Robert C. Burkholder, is a combination of Italianate and modified Eastlake Vicrorian. The 16-room house retains most of its original floor plan, interior walnut fretwork, mantels of slate and its original turn-of-the-century bathroom fixtures with clawfoot tubs and china sinks. Note the stained glass peacock window in one of the front parlors and the cast iron porch. The house was selected in 1984 as the city's first downtown home on the Historic Virginia Garden Club Tour and won the Lynchburg Historical Foundation Merit Award for exterior renovation in 1985.