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Agecroft Hall, Richmond Virginia

n the rolling banks of the James River stands a remarkable Tudor estate. And by Tudor, we're not simply referring to an architectural style. This manor house was actually built in Lancashire, England in the late 15th Century.
        For hundreds of years, Agecroft Hall was the distinguished home of England's Langley and Dauntesey families. At the end of the 19th century, however, Agecroft fell into disrepair, and in 1925 it was sold at auction.
        Hearing of this tremendous opportunity, Richmonder Thomas C. Williams, Jr. purchased the structure, and had it dismantled, crated, and shipped across the Atlantic, and then painstakingly reassembled in a Richmond neighborhood known as Windsor Farms.
        Today, Agecroft Hall stands beautifully re-created, in a setting reminiscent of its original site on Lancashire's Irwell River.

Agecroft Hall, House and Gardens
From Elizabethan England, to the banks of the James. Built in England about 500 years ago, Agecroft Hall now overlooks Virginia's James River.

Agecroft's knot garden
A landmark of history, framed in beauty. Agecroft's Elizabethan knot garden.

Crated, shipped, and reassembled
England's past. Crated, shipped, and carefully reassembled in Richmond, Virginia.


Agecroft Hall, 4305 Sulgrave Road, Richmond, Virginia 23221
Phone: 804-353-4241