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c. 1760 Colonial
Goodwyn's Tavern Home
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|Heated Sq. Ft.||2,200|
- 1st Floor Bath
- Dining room
- Living room
- Master bedroom downstairs
- Guest House
- Grand staircase
- Wood floors
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Circa 1760 Central Pavilion home on 2.39 acres in the Historic District, flanked by lower wings, is Palladian in design. The elegent Williamsburg style guest house is flanked by a circa 1800 smokehouse and dependency building. This property is a rare find of impecable historic integrity.
The palladian design is said to resemble the Semple house in Colonial Williamburg. The Semple House design has been attributed to a plan or drawing by Thomas Jefferson.
The fully restored interior has original 18th century doors with HL hinges, rim locks, original Georgian mantels, paneled wainscot, crown moldings & heart pine floors throughout. Hand split shaker roof.
Archived in May, 2008
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