Windsor Farms

Windsor Farms is a 20th-century neighborhood in , of primarily Colonial Revival design. Designed in 1926, Windsor Farms is one of Richmond's first planned neighborhoods.

Landmarks in the Area

Agecroft Hall is a Tudor manor house and estate located at 4305 Sulgrave Road on the James River in the neighborhood of , . Photo: phoebe reid, CC BY 2.0.

Williams Island Dam is located on the James River in the independent city of .

City Stadium is a sports stadium in . is situated 1 mile southeast of Windsor Farms. Photo: Matt and Cyndi Maxson, CC BY-SA 2.0.

The Rice House in is a residence designed by modernist architect Richard Neutra and built in the mid-1960s on Lock Island in the James River. is situated 1 mile west of Windsor Farms. Photo: Nyttend, Public domain.

Localities in the Area

Stadium neighborhood or sometimes just known as Stadium is a neighborhood in the West End quadrant of . is situated 4100 feet southeast of Windsor Farms.

The Museum District, alternately known as West of the Boulevard, or the Upper Fan, is a neighborhood in the city of . is situated 1 mile east of Windsor Farms. Photo: andrewbain, CC BY 2.0.

Carillon is a neighborhood in the West End of Richmond that is situated in between Virginia State Routes 146 and 161. is situated 1¼ miles southeast of Windsor Farms. Photo: Quidster4040, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Fairway Acres is an unincorporated community in Richmond County, in the U.S. state of . is situated 1¼ miles southwest of Windsor Farms.

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