Seibert Residence, Free Union, Albemarle County, Virginia

The house is based on a Palladian three part form, central pavilion with two wings that was known throughout the Commonwealth and the Carolinas particularly in the Federal period. The house design is exquisite, with flanking wings off an octagonal dining room in the central bay.  The kitchen family room on the east side of the house is over the garage, designed for entertaining and for family gatherings.  The long room to the west is a living room large enough to feature seating for guests and a grand piano.  

Bedrooms are located in the lower part of the house, two of them with another family room.  The master bedroom is on the second floor at the top of the stairs in the central pavilion.  The house remains today as a superb example of classical taste showing exceptional proportions and detailing..


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