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White House Farm [WV]

The White House Farm, located in Summit County, WV, is notable both for its beautiful and scenic location as well as its impressive history. George Washington surveyed the farm at age 20 in 1751, and recently the farm has been put on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition to the faithfully restored farm, visitors can enjoy a variety of events throughout the year.

The site offers basic visitor and historical information about the White House Farm.

 
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