The first gate to Berry Hill, at 3105 Berry Hill Road.
The second gate at Berry Hill, with the mansion in the background.
National Register designation plaque, at the second gate.
Approaching the front of the mansion.
The Doric portico has a small echoing pavilion flanking it on either side. This photograph shows one to the right (west), which was used first as a schoolroom, and then a billiard room.
The west flanking pavilion.
The west flanking pavilion as seen from the direction of the main house.
The second pavilion, positioned symmetrically on the opposite (east) side of the circular front drive, was the plantation business manager's office.
Berry Hill's Doric portico.
A more complete view.
The front drive as seen from the upstairs center front window.
Dependencies to the rear of Berry Hill.
An old millstone graces the east side lawn of Berry Hill.
The colonnade to the rear originally housed two kitchens and three quarters for house slaves, and at the far end the gentlemen's privy. The structure is now Darby's Tavern.
Darby's Tavern sign.
Old ice house to the rear of Berry Hill.
Another dependency to the rear of Berry Hill.
This guide to Berry Hill is sponsored by Mitchells Publications.
Copyright © 2006 Patricia B. Mitchell.