Own a piece of Fredericksburg history! This home is on the historic register and sits on land that was owned by Charles Washington. It sits diagonally to the Rising Sun Tavern. This historic home is a classic 2 over 2 over 2 design and moved to it's present location in 1930. The foundation on the home is nearly a century newer than the home itself. Over the years the home has served as a private home, a doctors office, and even a roadhouse called The Highway Inn. As you enter the foyer of the home, to the left is a parlor with a fireplace with gas logs and a door to the rear yard. To the right of the foyer is the main bedroom with another fireplace. The renovated full bath is on the main level with glassed in shower and neutral colors. The floors have handsome heart of pine floors. All the fireplace mantels are original, with the ones on the main floor being more intricately carved. On the upper level are 2 additional bedrooms with dormers and fireplaces. The lower level has a renovated kitchen with large island, new appliances (2018/19), full bath and laundry area with Bosch vent-less washer and dryer. There is also a family room adjacent to the kitchen. A separate entrance leads you to Fauquier St. The brickwork on the front and sides of the home are done in a Flemish bond style while the rear brickwork is done in a standard American bond. The home has a cedar shake roof. The backyard is fenced in (new fence 2019) with lots of room for growing plants and entertaining. This home can be residential/ and also can be used for a home business while you live here!
Listing courtesy of Samson Properties.