Steam Boat Hill located in the historic waterfront village of Kinsale in Vrginia's Northern Neck. The town of Kinsale was attacked by the British Navy during the War of 1812 and had been one of Virginia's busiest port towns during the Steamboat Era. Steamboat Hill was originally the home of Captain Anthony Parks one of the town's most famous steam boat captains.
The 1910 structure is a two story, three bay, single pile "I" house erected over a full basement. 1997 major renovations included a large addition built at the rear of the house, new bathrooms, a new kitchen and master bedroom. Recently updated with current to code: electric, plumbing and HVAC system this beautiful home still has the original hardwood floors, luxury staircase, moldings and trim to preserve the period.
In 2011 the owner built a three level, 3-car garage that mirrors the original home's style and structure. Graced with beautiful crepe myrtle trees and perennial gardens this home has been on several historic garden tours. The grounds have been professionally kept.
Sailboat depth water at the pier and some of the best boating and fishing close by on the Potomac and Chesapeake Bay.
An easy two hour drive from metro Washington, DC; a little over an hour from Richmond, VA; and two hours from Hampton Roads.
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