Waitman T. Willey Mansion Historic Structure Report

The Morgantown Historic Landmarks Commission contracted the Mills Group to survey the home of the late Waitman T. Willey, US Senator from Virginia and West Virginia. The Chancery Hill Mansion, built around 1840 served as the Senator's home until his death in 1900.

The Landmarks Commission needed a feasibility study for the building's adaptive reuse. Mills Group performed an intense assessment on building systems, conditions of the exterior envelope, and interior finishes. The report detailed economically viable and necessary upgrades with changes for the reuse of the building that still respected its historic fabric.

  • Location: Morgantown, WV
  • Client: Morgantown Historic Landmarks Commission
  • Services: Historic Structures Report & Feasibility Study for Reuse & Concept Plan

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Waitman T. Willey Mansion Historic Structure Report - Project Image
Waitman T. Willey Mansion Historic Structure Report - Project Image

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