Neve Hall

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Neve Hall Chapel, built 1923-1924
Neve Hall Manse (Residence built 1923-1924) c. 2019

Neve Hall is a former home and Episcopalian Church on U.S. Route 29 southwest of Charlottesville. It is the future home of Potter's Craft Cider. The building will be renovated through $1.56 million in private investment as well as $100,000 in state and local funding. [1]

At just over 14 acres, the Neve Hall site is southwest of the 29/64 highway interchange - a short distance from the once prospective 200+ acre Deschutes brewery and sampling center. [2]

History

Neve Hall, which consisted of a stone manse and chapel, was name in honor of the Reverend Frederick W. Neve (1855-1948), an Episcopal clergyman and missionary who established missions, schools, and churches throughout the Blue Ridge and Albemarle County’s isolated Ragged Mountains during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. “The church facilities that he helped establish - often with the aid of his close friend Nancy Witcher Langhorne (Lady Astor) and her family, changed the lives of thousands of people and his legend lives on to this day”. Source: Neve: Virginia's Thousandfold Man; Author Frances Scruby; Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2016; The complex was designed by Eugene Bradbury and built in 1923 and 1924. (Cornerstone with Architect's initials)

After the Revolutionary War (April 19, 1775 – September 3, 1783), Episcopalians referred to the ministers’ residence as rectories and manses

The building was designed by Eugene Bradbury. [3]

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Property Information

  • Located Rt 29S @ Rt 745 [4]
  • Total Acres: 14.0420
  • Magisterial District: Samuel Miller

Historical and World Heritage Information

  • Virginia Landmark Register? No
  • National Historic Landmark? No
  • National Register of Historic Places? No
  • World Heritage Site? No

Zoning Information

  • Primary: Rural Areas
  • Secondary: Unassigned
  • Entrance Corridor? Yes
  • Flood Hazard Overlay? No
  • Natural Resource Extraction Overlay? No
  • Scenic Byways Overlay? No
  • Scenic Stream Overlay? No

Comprehensive Plan Information

  • Comp Plan Area: Rural Area 4
  • Comp Plan Land Use - Primary: Rural Area

Land Use Survey Information

  • Land Use - Primary: Residential -- Single-family (incl. modular homes)


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References

  1. Web. Potter’s Craft Cider to Invest $1.56M in Albemarle County, Press Release, WVIR NBC29, January 30, 2019, retrieved February 8, 2019.
  2. https://www.c-ville.com/battle-brewery-county-planning-commission-rejects-growth-amendment/
  3. Web. Potter's Craft to open tasting room in historic building, Allison Wrabel, Daily Progress, World Media Enterprises, November 10, 2019, retrieved November 12, 2019. Print. November 10, 2019 page A1.
  4. http://gisweb.albemarle.org/GISWEB/PropertyInfo.aspx?pin=08900000000200

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