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Boydville is a late Georgian style mansion in Martinsburg, West Virginia. The house is near the center of the associated Boydville Historic District in 15.35 acres. The house was built in 1812 by Elisha Boyd, a member of the Virginia House of Delegates and an officer of the Fourth Virginia Regiment in the War of 1812.
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by Nancy Capace
BOYDVILLE, 601 S. Queen St., 1812. Stone, stuccoed; 2 stories, central block with 1-story flanking wings, hipped roof with balustraded deck, pairs of interior end chimneys, full-width front porch with slightly projecting pedimented center bay, ...
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