Fabulous historic gem in Tappahannock, located in a neighborhood of historic homes dating from the Colonial thru the late Victorian era. Serene and warm natural light fills each room on the upper and lower levels. Wavy glass windows add to the ages old charm. Fabulous hardwood floors throughout the entire house. Stand alone soaking tubs / with shower are featured on the first and second floor as well adding a vintage feel. Built in 1910 by the Phillips family, the home has been well cared for and is updated with heat pumps, central air, bright white interior, a wonderful front porch and a park like setting in the back yard. This property has so much charm, in a warm and welcoming community. Heirloom perennials, towering ancient trees, mature figs, peonies, iris, spring bulbs, azaleas, crepe myrtle and a host of other plantings create a serene oasis for relaxing with friends and family or entertaining. A garden shed with loads of character awaits and is great storage for your lawn mower, garden tools or for use as a potting or craft shed. Convenient to NN Burger, Tappahannock’s soon to be revitalized Historic District, St. Margaret’s School, The Essex County Museum and Historical Society, Special Events at Waterfront Park, The Museum Park, The Essex County Library, Antiques, numerous Restaurants including the new Castiglias (opening soon where Lowery’s was), Java Jacks, The Essex County Library or visit The Essex Inn for Cocktails or dining Al Fresco on the Patio. Also enjoy leisurely walks to Tappahannock’s Waterfront. Zoned R-1, this property is being offered for purchase as a single family dwelling. With that said there is a separate apartment with its own private access. There are kitchens on both levels, one of which has been virtually staged. The formal dining room on the first floor would be ideally suited as a large kitchen with abundant living / entertaining space as well. This is a must see property near Tappahannock’s historic district. Easy drive to Richmond, Fredericksburg, the Northern Neck. Convenient to Washington, D.C. ,Newport News and Williamsburg.
Updated on July 28, 2022 at 8:22 pm