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Cove Presbyterian Church

Cove Presbyterian Church
Cove Presbyterian Church
Location US 29, N of VA 699, Covesville, Virginia
Coordinates

37°52′37″N 78°42′54″W / 37.87694°N 78.71500°W / 37.87694; -78.71500Coordinates: 37°52′37″N 78°42′54″W / 37.87694°N 78.71500°W / 37.87694; -78.71500

Area 3.5 acres (1.4 ha)
Built 1809 (1809)
Architectural style Gothic Revival, Builder's Gothic
Governing body Private
NRHP Reference # 89001935[1]
 # 002-0705
Significant dates
Added to NRHP November 2, 1989
Designated  April 18, 1989[2]

Cove Presbyterian Church, also known as Cove Meeting House and Rich Cove, is a historic Presbyterian church located at Covesville, Albemarle County, Virginia. It was built in 1809 and a is a one-story, rectangular one-room, brick building. The building was rebuilt and renovated in 1880 after it was destroyed by a tornado on June 12, 1880. It features Gothic arched windows and a steeply pitched gable roof. It was built for a congregation established in 1747, and has remained in continuous use.[3]

It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1989.[1]

References

External links

  • Cove Presbyterian Church, U.S. Route 29, Covesville, Albemarle County, VA: 8 measured drawings and 8 data pages at Historic American Buildings Survey

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