Tell Council to Buy the Historic Home Pleasant Hall in Virginia Beach

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In 1769, George Logan built Pleasant Hall. The Victory Ball for the Battle of Great Bridge was held in this building in 1775. The home was sold in and out of several families including the Singletons, Bishops and Whiteheads. In 1973, the property was designated as a Virginia Historic Landmark and placed on the National Register of Historic Places. The property was sold to the Kempsville Baptist Church in 2001.

The home is currently for sale, by Kempsville Baptist Church. There is a growing desire by the citizens of Virginia Beach for the City to purchase the property for the purpose of making it the crowning jewel of the newly created Historic Kempsville District.

We need to send a message to Virginia Beach City Council that we want this historic masterpiece preserved! Follow our Facebook at:

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https://pilotonline.com/opinion/letters/article_d2144006-1b7c-11e9-bc2e-9b3a6f4c8517.html

https://pilotonline.com/opinion/letters/article_331d1332-12d1-11e9-a723-475ea23f7d4d.html

https://pilotonline.com/news/article_8fa5a7e6-6727-500a-970d-eabbfceba9c0.html



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