A Wonderful Place
Near the headwaters of the Appomattox River, the town of Farmville was formed in 1798. Between 1795 and 1890, Farmville was the end of the line for the Upper Appomattox Canal System, built to improve navigation on the river.
Confederate General Robert E Lee retreated through Farmville as he escaped the Union Army. Farmville was the object of the Confederate Army’s desperate push to get rations to feed its soldiers near the end of the Civil War.
General Lee’s Army found itself soon surrounded, and he surrendered in the Appomattox Courthouse on April 9, 1865. Learn more about the rich Farmville history and wonderful place to live by visiting the Town of Farmville website.
A New Farmville Home
Justin Mason Construction is a local Construction Contractor, Home Builder, and Remodeler that would enjoy the opportunity to help you with your Farmville home building and home remodeling needs. We focus on New Homes, all forms of Home Remodeling and Additions, as well as Site Prep, Excavation, and Framing.
The picture on top shows a bonus room added above the garage of a Farmville home to eliminate wasted space. This home incorporated most of the attic space into living once it was framed.
The next image is of a new Farmville home with wrap-around porches on two levels, both sides, and most of the rear.