This property affords a rare opportunity to acquire a unique house on a corner lot in the highly desirable Burns Lane neighborhood. The core of the house was once part of the Raleigh Tavern in Colonial Williamsburg and has been added to twice since being moved to its current location in the early ’50s. It’s time for a creative purchaser to write the next chapter. Since the property is leased through May 2022 there is more than ample time for the next owner to plan how to continue the work started by John D. Rockefeller, who used the original section during his visits to the Colonial Capital. There is a large first-floor primary bedroom suite as well as an in-law suite with its own outside entrance, for a total of four bedrooms, each with its own bath. Outside are magnificent trees, two decks and a paved drive leading to a basement garage. High points of the location include close proximity to W&M and key local attractions as well as numerous dining and shopping options.
Updated on October 13, 2021 at 12:02 pm