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Beautiful Historic Home Circa 1830 10 minute drive to Richmond, Virginia
This beautiful cape has a rich history and has been home to only four families in it’s 190+ years. Just outside Richmond in Midlothian.
Several well maintained out buildings
The 2.5 acres has three out buildings. The “Old Kitchen” circa 1810 has a open hearth fireplace. Next to it is a garage built a Model T Ford which is used today as a Man Cave. Lastly, a replica of an old ice house which is used as a work shop.
Nestled between the original home and 1980 two story addition is a relaxing patio overlooking the original well and sprawling private yard
Outdoor Living room
Perfect place to read a book in the afternoon or a quiet glass of wine in the evening. A family favorite gathering spot for smores!
"The Old Kitchen"
c. 1810 with its original fireplace and lots of potential for outdoor entertaining
Private Hot tub
Out door speakers so you can spin your favorite tunes while soaking away the cares of the day
Hand stamped brick by the mason himself 1810
Ford Model T Garage
The Man Cave. Great place to sneak away and watch sports, throw some darts or tinker on what have you.
Rec Room or Man Cave
Wired for surround sound
Main entrance into English basement
Back in the day the English basement was shared with the chicken and pigs if it was cold outside. Today, you will enjoy this sunny updated kitchen remodeled in 2014 Has quartz countertops, double oven, dishwasher, microwave and side by side refrigerator. Laundry area.
which flows into family room and dining area.
Reclaimed lumber added in 2017 for architectural interest. The remaining walls are all original brick 15 inches thick.
The Great Room
This comfortable room has been wired for surround sound with a large dining area, wood burning fireplace and hand hewn beams.
Master Suite with Sitting Area
The Bedroom Addition c. 1980 offers a large Master suite with Sitting Area wide plank floors, 2 closets, & bath rerenovated in 2018 with tile floor, double vanity, tile shower and dressing table. A chicken coop installed into the wall cleverly substitutes for a medicine cabinet.
Steps up to original house and Great Hall
Great Hall c.1828
Seamlessly connects the c.1980 addition to the original house
Second Master Suite
Quiet room with an amazing view out the backyard. Features a cathedral ceiling, wide plank floors & 2 closets. Bathroom was renovated in 2010
Second master bathroom
Full Guest Bath off Great Hall
This room was added in 1920. Updated to fit the happy family feel of the home.
The "Office" or bedroom
Original hardwood floors and vaulted ceiling.
Original fireplace and wide plank hardwood floors.
Hinge stamped by Williamsburg blacksmith
Second Parlor which makes a great formal dining room
Original fireplace and wide plank floors Off this room was a porch which over the years has been closed in. It has been used over the years as a nursery and office
Wooden Lock inside Childrens hiding place
It has been said that the scribbling on the door was from the first children to live in the home. A favorite place to hide
Third floor has two bedrooms
Eleven children shared this room back in the 1800’s
This room has a large cedar closet and original wooden floors
Original Coal Burning Fireplace
|Heated Sq. Ft.
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