That facility would not have been visible from the southward facing viewshed of the mansion because of the sloping terrain, although Missel said the access road would have crossed through the sightline.
He noted that the change in location would also facilitate historic preservation efforts.
A stone carriage house dating to 1940 would be integrated into the design of the new indoor golf facility.
This change will ultimately require the approval of Supervisors.
No decisions were made about the proposal at Tuesday’s site visit.
The new design also reduces the number of parking spaces from 34 spots to 24.
Discussions about land use near the Birdwood Mansion have focused on protecting the site’s historic resources.
The foundation — which manages real estate for UVa — is hoping to build a 12,000 to 13,000 square foot two-story golf facility on the property that would include eight indoor hitting bays, as well as locker rooms, lounges, meeting space and coaches’ offices.
The facility would be located southwest of the historic 19th century Birdwood Mansion.
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