|Location||8 mi (13 km) west of the junction of U.S. Route 219 and WV 122, near Greenville, West Virginia|
|Area||406 acres (164 ha)|
|Architectural style||Federal, Gothic|
|NRHP Reference #||06000899|
|Added to NRHP||September 28, 2006|
Miller–Pence Farm is a historic home and farm located near Greenville, Monroe County, West Virginia. The main farmhouse was built in 1828, with five modifications through 1910. It began as a two-story Federal style brick home on a coursed rubble foundation. A two-story addition dated to the 1880s, with a cut stone foundation, has board-and-batten siding, evoking the Carpenter Gothic architectural style. Also on the property are a former slave school (c. 1870), second school (c. 1870), three barns (c. 1880-1920), tractor shed (c. 1920), equipment shed (c. 1930), corn crib and ruins of Miller's Frontier House (c. 1770), spring box (c. 1778), original road cut (c. 1800), and the Miller-Halstead Cemetery (c. 1775).
- National Park Service (2010-07-09). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service.
- Jessica Brewer; Sarah Hoblitzell; Lynn Stasick; Barbara Rasmussen & Gregory A. Good (February 2006). "National Register of Historic Places Inventory Nomination Form: Miller–Pence Farm" (PDF). State of West Virginia, West Virginia Division of Culture and History, Historic Preservation. Retrieved 2011-08-18.
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