Windsor Farms

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Coordinates: 37°33′20″N 77°29′54″W / 37.55556°N 77.49833°W / 37.55556; -77.49833 Windsor Farms is a 20th-century neighborhood in Richmond, Virginia, of primarily Colonial Revival design.

Designed in 1926, Windsor Farms is one of Richmond's first planned neighborhoods. It was designed to look like an English village, with curvy streets and English names like Dover, Canterbury, Berkshire, and so on. There are a variety of architectural styles, the most common being Colonial Revival and Cape Cod. Lots are anywhere from half an acre to 23 acres (93,000 m2). Windsor Farms has a couple of historical buildings, including Virginia House and Agecroft. Windsor farms also has a neighborhood across from it which is Lock Green, and Westmorland Place borders it to the northwest.

Historic houses in the neighborhood include Virginia House and Agecroft Hall, both moved from England in the 20th century.

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