Here are 13 of them.
|The Phoenix Bridge|
2. Greenfield. Currently (2015) a major source of controversy in the county as the property was purchase by government officials 20 years ago. They want to move the historic structures to build a shell building in hopes that some big company will come in.
|Botetourt Courthouse Steeple|
4. Breckinridge Mill. An historic grist mill that no longer works. It has been turned into apartment complexes but the structure is still intact.
5. Bessemer. This is an archeological site of prehistoric Native Americans. The site was first discovered during road construction.
6. Buchanan Historic District. While not quite as old of an incorporated town as Fincastle, Buchanan has been around a long time. It was originally known as Pattonsburg and because of its location along the James River was an active port town. It was also a site of Civil War activity.
7. Lauderdale is a huge home located outside of Buchanan. It has been undergoing restoration for a number of years.
8. Santillane is a historic home located just outside of Fincastle. It was constructed around 1835. The family who originally owned it was the Hancocks, and daughter Julia married William Clark (of Lewis & Clark fame).
9. Wheatland Manor. This historic home is located between Fincastle and Buchanan.
10. Wiloma. Another historic home located near Fincastle, constructed in 1848.
11. Nininger's Mill. This is also known as Tinker Mill. The grist mill was originally constructed about 1847.
12. Greyledge. Located near Buchanan, the original structure was built around 1842.
13. Bryan McDonald House. This is one of the older homes in the Troutville area. It was built in 1766.
You can find more listed at this Wiki article.