Feb 24, 2022
Botetourt County, Virginia features something thought to be one of the last remaining of its kind in all of southwest Virginia: An unassuming cabin and a crumbling kitchen.
They are leftover relics from Greenfield’s history as an antebellum plantation.
For the last several years a group of dedicated volunteers, including descendants from Greenfield Plantation, have been working to restore the buildings.
In this episode of Hometown Stories, we take a look at how the group is pushing forward, even as the buildings continue their battle with time.