Yorktown Walkabout

Yorktown is a quiet enclave of single family homes bounded by high school and university campuses on the east and west and a busy commercial corridor to the south. The Yorktown Walkabout takes walkers from high school to pre-school to college and back again, stopping at hidden parks, historic landmarks, and busy shopping centers along the way. This Walkabout begins and ends at Greenbrier Park and has nine-stops, from schools and shops to historic homes and bucolic parks.

  • Length: 2.3 miles with optional 0.9 mile extension
  • Terrain: Slightly hilly, crisscrossed by residential streets, arterial roads, and parkland pathways.
  • Car-Free Access
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Yorktown News You Can Use

The address of Stop #4, the John Saegmuller House, is 5101 North Little Falls Road. The landmark sign that references the house is located across the street from the house, about 100 feet back from the curb of Little Falls Road.

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Map: Yorktown Walkabout

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Eric Rice-Johnston
January 8, 2012, 7:54 PM

Stop No. 4, John Saegmuller House:

Please consider noting the street address or other characteristic of the House. The cul-de-sac is full of infill development, and it is not clear which building is on the National Register.

Is the Saegmuller House the brick house currently painted yellow?

Thank you.

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