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Apr 28, 2016

Six homes and Marie Bowen Gardens included on Petersburg Garden Club's Historic Garden Day Tour

High Street with the expansive front lawn. The Strachan-Harrison House was built by Halcott Pride in 1760 atop a rise overlooking the Appomattox River. This Dutch Colonial is a standout since it is all red with a red tin roof. The builder bequeathed the house to his daughter, Mrs. Alexander Strachan, and it remained in the family until 1860 when it was sold to the Harrisons. In 1936, the Harrisons deeded the house to Grace Church, which occupied the front yard and the home was used as a parish house. The church was torn down in 1959 and the home and land went to private owners. The home is a two-story structure that is only one room deep and six rooms wide. Most of the heart pine floors, single-board wainscoting, locks, moldings, and doors are original. The home has numerous dependencies: a carriage house, potting shed, barn with fenced pasture, gazebo, and guest house. Large, aged boxwood and numerous specimen plants surround the two-acre residence. House owner: Dana Ballenger. Mueller House • Mueller House, located at 20024 Chesdin Harbor Drive, South Chesterfield, a traditional home, emphasizing the Craftsman style, is an entertainer’s delight. Owner-designed with three stories, it was built in 2009, providing views of Lake Chesdin from three sides. A formal dining room and study open into a great room with kitchen and lounging areas. The glass doors and glass transoms provide floor-to-ceiling views. Custom archways and trey ceilings lend personality and complement the eclectic décor. The second-floor master bedroom features a sitting area with two adjoining walk-in closets. The owners’ love of the Caribbean is evident in the basement, which includes a theatre and bar that opens to an outdoor patio and another kitchen area. Four decks overlook the evergreens, gardenias, weeping cherry trees and dogwoods which border the lake. Perennials, annuals and roses fill the mulched front entrance area. House owners: Cathy and Kenny Mueller Kramer House • Kramer House, located at 20239 Oak River Court, South Chesterfield, is an owner-designed three-story lakefront home with stone walls flanking the entrance and grounds and a circular drive with a water and boulder feature. The outside has custom wood-stained siding with dimensional shutters. French doors provide an entrance to a marble floor and formal living room featuring 17th-century, 14-foot antique mirrors and a customized fireplace/mantle with Baroque furnishings. The Habersham cabinetry in the kitchen, black granite tops, hardwood floors, and fireplace has a glass top kitchen table base made from a tree trunk imported from Thailand, one of many collectibles from the owner’s travels around the world. The billiard room contains an entertainment system and wet bar. The entire back of the first floor is designed with 14-foot windows. The master bedroom features eight-foot windows, fireplace, seating area, and a private balcony. The upstairs laundry room and kitchen enter into the gym and sunroom surrounded by more eight-foot windows. Complimentary refreshments will be available on the multi-level patio facing the lake. House owner: Glenna Kramer Camp House • The last home open for the Historic Garden Day Tour is the Camp House, located at 15600 Chesdin Landing Terrace, Chesterfield. Overlooking Lake Chesdin, this Country French-style home made of hand-crafted brick and cast-stone plaques was built in 2000, but is meant to evoke old Europe. Large iron gates open to the terraced entrance decorated with flowering pots and urns; bronze statues adorn the yard and gardens. In front of the home grows a large Japanese lilac tree; a weeping cherry tree stands guard over a smal... (Progress Index)

Apr 22, 2016

Area localities preparing for Garden Week celebration; Petersburg offering annual tour of homes and gardens

Road, is open Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday and Sunday 1 to 4 p.m. The exhibit is free. Tea at Weston Manor in Hopewell: The Appomattox Garden Club will hold its 10th annual tea at Weston Manor, 400 Weston Lane, Hopewell, from 3–5 p.m. on Sunday, April 24. Call Becky Slagle, president of the Appomattox Garden Club, at 804-458-2290 for tickets, which are $10 in advance. Garden club members decorate the Weston Manor house for Garden Week and serve as hostesses for the tea. (Progress Index)

Apr 22, 2016

Petersburg, Fort Lee celebrate Earth Day at Patton Park

U.S. Army Garrison Fort Lee joined forces to take on a river cleanup beautification project at Patton Park in Petersburg along the historic Appomattox River on Earth Day, Friday, April 22. The river cleanup took place place within Patton Park from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. This was a great opportunity to get outdoors and volunteer time in stewardship of a public park. Hand pickers, trash bags, and gloves were provided for those who wanted to get their hands dirty. The beautification project will consist of creating two rain gardens within the park as well as planting perennial flowers, which will return year after year. The rain gardens will capture a portion of rainwater runoff, facilitate infiltration, decrease erosion, and filter pollutants such as phosphorus, nitrogen, and sediment from entering the river. The flowers will generate a welcoming presence within the green space and attract beneficial wildlife such as pollinating insects which will enable the Appomattox ecosystem to function at an optimal level. (Progress Index)