Indian Banks circa 1699 & 1728 was built on land patented by Thomas Glascock in 1652. The Gracious Manor House is distinctly English in its architecture including a rare Scrolled Soffit / Jack Arch above the Main Entrance (one of only two known examples in Virginia). Massive Chimneys, Heart Pine Floors, 7 Fireplaces, Leaded Glass Windows. Built on the site of a Morauchtacund Native American Village. Indian Banks has significant archeological & historic value as well as an astounding provenance. Manicured Gardens, Mature Boxwood, Towering Ancient Trees & Endless Rappahannock River views abound here with over 900′ of deep protected water-frontage on Morattico Creek. Amenities include a Pier, Dock, Oyster Grounds, Stables, Guest Cottage, 2 Car Garage w/ Apartment – Workshop, Outdoor Kitchen, Screened Porch, various Barns & deep Artesian Well. Rare, iconic & remarkable offering on Virginia’s Historic Northern Neck. Serenely Spectacular!
Visit the National Register of Historic Places nomination form, here, to read more about the complex history of this property.
Updated on October 13, 2021 at 11:58 am