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Little Plymouth – Circa 1765 – The Buying Opportunity You Have Been Looking For!

If you are searching for a historic property where you can pursue a higher quality of life on 10 acres, surrounded by walls that witnessed the founding of our nation, look no further than Little Plymouth!  This property is priced to sell at $299,950.   

Contact me, Karin Andrews – Howard Hanna Real Estate Services, to show at 804-445-5500 or by email at  I would be delighted to represent you as a buyers agent.  As I specialize in Historic, Waterfront and Equestrian Properties in Virginia, I would be delighted to put my expertise to work for you.
The listing agent, Wanda Garrett has asked that I share a little something on this lovely property.  Please let her know you saw my post of Little Plymouth.  It is with her permission that I have written this blog post on my site and shared it with you. MLS Information is provided below.

MLS info


Little Plymouth was built, before the American Revolution by a New Englander with the last name of Williams, hence the name Little Plymouth. He built his new Virginia home on on land purchased from the estate of John Robinson, who was a former Delegate and Speaker Of The Virginia House Of Burgesses from 1738-1766.

Williams, is the first known owner and builder of the actual house itself.  It is sited off of The Trail (Rt. 14) in a manner typical of a rural house in New England.   Williams built a store next to the house which he operated for more than forty years.   In 1820, he sold Little Plymouth and returned to New England, leaving his legacy to remain at Little Plymouth.  The historic record and ownership is detailed in the following pages, which are located within this post.  They will give you many details and shed much light on this lovely New England Colonial in the heart of King and Queen County, Virginia.

The current owner has updated the home for modern conveniences.

There are no Historic or Conservation Easements on this property which allows You, The Purchaser, the ultimate flexibility and ability to improve the property without any encumbrances. Little Plymouth is ideally suited for use as a Horse Farm or Rural  Retreat. . . The Historic Home Of Your Dreams is within Reach, and awaits at Little Plymouth!

Little Plymouth possesses a low brick foundation, great end chimneys, a dutch roof and is typical  of larger frame houses built during the this period.  Five dormered windows across the front of the house have four over four pane sashes.  The four over four windows below, feature six over six windows.  Much of the original glass remains.

A wide center hall has original moldings including chair rail, cross and bible doors and a charming corner staircase.  All of the mantels are original with the first floor fireplaces having paneled chimney breasts above the fireplace mantels.

This is a gracious and comfortable home features  original floors, doors and moldings throughout with the current owners updated finishes that beautifully compliment the house, which is move in ready.

MLS info

  The Kitchen / Keeping Room is large enough for an eat in dining area and a fabulous living space to be included in this area.  It is waiting for you to turn it into the kitchen of your dreams.  The Kitchen addition is seen in the photo above.  A detached out building / garage is pictured to the right.