Richmond Historic Homes & Properties Built 1700 to 1800
926 CAROLINE STREET, PORT ROYAL, Virginia 22535
Amazing Historical hm n Pristine Condition! 3 bed, 1 ba, gorgeous flrs, tons of upgrades! All new plumbg, new hvac system! 2 sets of french drs! Dekra Shake XD Roof! Hardi plank siding! 3 Outbuildings! Upgraded Kit w/SS Appli! Lovelly Landscapg! Williamsburg Colonial Colors! Walking distance to the River!! Boat Landg, US Federal Park, Historical Community! 3rd br ntc.n great cond...Sold "as is".
113 WINDWAY DRIVE, ORANGE, Virginia 22960
Elm Grove, circa 1792, historic federal country home on 32.76 acres with Lake Anna access in Spotsy County. Eligible to be added to historic registers with original 5 fireplaces, wide-plank floors, hand-hewn beamed ceilings & finished English basement. Enjoy summers boating & fishing or relax by in-ground pool w cabana.
4048 BROAD STREET ROAD, GUM SPRING, Virginia 23065
Gated compound on 115 acres - In addition to the 4700 SF manor house a period 19th Century cabin boasts of three + BRs w/2 baths, large garden/living room, tack rm and 2 gas FPs. The original farmhouse (mid 1800s) has been transformed into a pool house with two BRs, 1.5 baths & opens to a gracious heated salt water pool. Offered turnkey. Mid way between RIC & C'ville.
211 ROSS RD, HENRICO, Virginia 23229
Privately nestled in one of Richmond's most coveted neighborhoods and among one of Virginia?s highest ranking in architectural significance and historical associations, is Fairfield, a grand Georgian plantation house with a special story. First named Rocky Mills, and built in Hanover County around 1750, it was originally the home of John Syme II, half brother of Patrick Henry.