6321 Monument Avenue
Oak Grove, c. 1810 is one of 12 known 1-1/2 story center-hall plan homes set on an
English basement in the County. The wide panel boards in the center hall are the
only example of this type of construction in Henrico. Grey Skipwith was one of its owners.
It is said to have been used as a Civil War Hospital and additional folklore
adds to the intrigue of the house.