Carsley, Virginia

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Carsley, Virginia
Unincorporated community
Carsley, Virginia is located in Virginia
Carsley, Virginia
Carsley, Virginia
Coordinates: 37°05′45″N 77°00′21″W / 37.09583°N 77.00583°W / 37.09583; -77.00583Coordinates: 37°05′45″N 77°00′21″W / 37.09583°N 77.00583°W / 37.09583; -77.00583
Country United States
State Virginia
County Surry
Elevation 121 ft (37 m)
Time zone Eastern (EST) (UTC-5)
 • Summer (DST) EDT (UTC-4)
Area code(s) 757
GNIS feature ID 1477180[1]

Carsley is an unincorporated community in Surry County, Virginia, USA.

Carsley is located at the intersection of VA State Routes 615 (Carsley Road) 40 and 612 (Otterdam Road) north of Waverly and Dendron. The land comprising the community is named for the Carsley's, who owned the land as early as 1812. The Carsley family is the namesake for the area, though the original land grant was given to John Parsons by the King of England on June 5, 1736.

A focal point in Carsley is "Rogers' Store" which is listed in the National Register of Historical Places with the United States Department of the Interior.[2]

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