historic estate with 53 ± acres and 2,500 feet of waterfront along the
shores of Farnham Creek, a tributary of the Rappahannock River in Richmond
County. This Georgian-style, Flemish bond brick home is listed on the National
Register of Historic Places. Home features a long Entry Hall, Living Room with
large fireplace, Dining Room, Parlor with large fireplace, and Kitchen on the
first floor with 4 bedrooms on the second. One bedroom has a fireplace.
Featuring heart pine flooring and raised wood paneling throughout. An addition
was made to the original home in the 1930's which was designed by a
Williamsburg architect. Spacious screen porch. The home has approximately 1800
sq. ft. of living space. Boxwood garden, detached garage, and cabin. A rare
opportunity to live in American history!
Exclusively offered for $895,000 SOLD 4/19/01 at $825,000
The waterside of the house features a large screen porch.
View down Farnham Creek.
For more details, feel
free to call:
Bruce & Jill Anderson
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