Shelton-Fuller House

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The Shelton-Fuller House is one of Charlottesville's individually protected properties, meaning any exterior changes or potential demolition would have to be approved by the Board of Architectural Review. The house is located at 301 Fifth Street, SW[1]. The structure is within the Fifeville and Tonsler Neighborhoods Historic District.

The structure was built around 1870 by John Fry and is believed to be a Victorian interpretation of the common I-house form. [2]


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References

  1. "Charlottesville : Architectural Design Control District and Individually Protected Property Information." Charlottesville : Home. Web. 16 Aug. 2010. <http://www.charlottesville.org/Index.aspx?page=812>.
  2. Web. National Register of Historic Places Nomination Form - Fifeville and Tonsler Neighborhoods Historic District, Maral S. Kalbian, Architectural Historian; Margaret T. Peters, Historian, October 8, 2008, retrieved December 9, 2018.

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