Tuckahoe Plantation

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Thomas Randolph and son William Randolph III built the plantation in the 1700s, and it is reported to still be privately owned. Rumor has it that it’s haunted by a female ghost who, in life, was forced to marry against her will. Believed to have died of a broken heart on the premises, her apparition has been seen walking on the plantation grounds.

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    12601 River Rd
    Richmond, VA 23238
    United States

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    37.57014309297988, -77.65279832477972
    Goochland County, Virginia
    Nearest Towns:
    Tuckahoe, VA (5.5 mi.)
    Short Pump, VA (6.0 mi.)
    Bon Air, VA (6.1 mi.)
    Wyndham, VA (9.1 mi.)
    Dumbarton, VA (9.1 mi.)
    Laurel, VA (9.3 mi.)
    Rose Glen, VA (9.5 mi.)
    Brandermill, VA (9.5 mi.)
    Laurel Park, VA (9.8 mi.)
    Lakeside, VA (10.0 mi.)

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