Saved from demolition by HistoricProperties.com. Late 1700s gambrel home. Known as Woodfarm, this circa 1795 home was moved to this location to save it from demolition. We are selling it below cost. Price includes replacement on an English basement and one rebuilt chimney. Currently there is no kitchen, septic, water, or electrical service to property. Covenants will convey to assure perpetuity of home. Purchase it on 10.5 acres as priced or with additional 6.4-acre adjoining lot. Land has been certified for 2 home sites.
Home features original moldings, wainscoting, Chippendale staircase, Cross and Bible doors with H and L hinges. Four fireplaces. Two-over-two with center hall. Upstairs currently has 3 rooms and bath. We envision an addition with kitchen and master suite. Plaster in generally good condition after the move with some cracks at the chimney end. The chimneys were in poor condition and one has been rebuilt and the other removed. Front and back of house are almost mirror images of one another.
Large pond with freshwater source teeming with fish. Lovely lot is screened from Route 360 with tall pines and substantial woods on all sides.
Only a few miles to the charming town of Tappahannock located on the Rappahannock River in the Northern Neck of Virginia with easy access to the Potomac River and Chesapeake Bay. Less than an hour to Richmond or Fredericksburg and only 100 miles to Washington, DC.
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