Wareham Farm, beautifully sited on the Ware River, looking into Mobjack Bay is an exquisitely rare offering on 60+ acres. This grande dame was designed by the chief restoration architect at Monticello, Floyd Johnson, AIA. Getting to know these sellers through the years and Marketing their property, which they had lovingly restored, was a true labor of love. Representing my clients is one of the great honors and also often one of the greatest pleasures as relationships are so important in life and in business. The Link Below will take you to my sold listing of Wareham Farm, 5841 White Hall Road in Gloucester, Virginia. I represented the Sellers in this transaction.
For Additional Information and to see how I present my visual property packages with regard to my videos, 3D Matterport Tours, Floor Plans, Photos, etc. Click the link below for Wareham Farm. I also produce visually stunning brochures and a hard cover book for my clients as a closing gift and remembrance of my work on their behalf.
Woodland – circa 1790 is a Federal Style all Brick Manor House in Essex County, Virginia that recently closed just prior to Thanksgiving 2020. The property is sited on 17.44 acres and is one of Essex County’s most recognizable homes having been featured on the prestigious Historic Garden Week in Virginia Tour and also having been a special event venue for years. It is now the home of a lovely family who will continue to be wonderful stewards to this very special property. I represented the Seller in this Transaction.
Standing the test of
time, Indian Banks circa 1699 and 1728 has witnessed over 300 years of lives
lived, lost and the founding of our nation. An icon on Virginia’s
Northern Neck, Indian Banks is situated near the confluence of Lancaster and Morattico
Creeks near the site of one of the Indian villages shown on Captain John
Smith’s 1609 map of Virginia. In August
1608, Captain John Smith was entertained by the Moraughtacund Indians at their
principal village on the Northern Neck near present day Indian Banks. Indian
Bank’s site was patented in 1652 by Thomas Glasscock, who received 600 acres of
land on Morattico Creek in return for the surrender of a grant of 200 acres on
Piankatank River, which he had received upon his emigration to America in 1643.
Records of the Indian Banks house run back to 1728, when Captain William
Glasscock married Ester Ball (A cousin of George Washington on his Mother’s
side) and took up residence there. One of the bricks bears the inscribed initials
“G.W.” with a Masonic Symbol. This
truly captivating Manor House is distinctly English in its Architecture;
featuring Jacobean, Georgian and Queen-Ann elements. A rare Scrolled Soffit / Jack Arch above the
Main Entrance is one of only two known examples in Virginia.
Karin Andrews to arrange your showing of this spectacularly rare offering on
Virginia’s serene and magnificent Northern Neck.
Beautifully Manicured Gardens, Mature Boxwood, Towering Ancient Trees & Endless Rappahannock River views abound, with deep protected water-frontage on Morattico Creek. Other Amenities include a Pier, Dock, Stables, Guest Cottage, 2 Car Garage with Bonus Room above and Workshop, Outdoor Kitchen, Screened Porch, various Barns & a deep drilled well. Indian Banks has been featured on the renowned and prestigious Historic Garden Week in Virginia Tour and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and the Virginia Landmarks Register – a designation which is honorary. Convenient to Washington DC, Richmond, Fredericksburg, Williamsburg & Newport News. 18 Minutes to Kilmarnock & Warsaw. Historic Sites, Wineries, World Class Resorts, Fine Dining, Farmers Markets & a full-service Marina are all nearby. Beautiful Chimneys with 7 Fireplaces. Numerous outbuildings at Indian Banks include a turn-of-the-century livestock and hay barn, an early nineteenth-century building which was most recently a granary, a late nineteenth-century stable and carriage shed, poultry houses, and two or three small but well-built sheds. There is also a more recent two-car Garage with workshop and apartment above as well as a guest cottage. The ancient towering trees, boxwood alee’ and gardens surrounding the manor house are magnificent. The waterfrontage and views of Morattico Creek and the Rappahannock River are absolutely breathtaking.
December 2018 is here and we have had a light dusting of Winter White in preparation for the Christmas and Holiday Season. Lisburne is shown here in her Winter finery, ready for you to come and see what makes this property so very special. It is an icon, owned by a wonderful family with deep philanthropic roots in the Gloucester and Newport News Communities. They have called this wonderful 70+ acre estate their home for over 50 years. With that said, they are offering it for purchase so that a new steward can step up to care for this crown jewel in the years to come.
If you are searching for a Historic, Waterfront and Equestrian Property minutes from Yorktown and Colonial Williamsburg this is the property for you. As a spectacular waterfront property it is around the corner from a world class Yacht Center and Marina…Minutes from a serene and breathtaking historic Episcopal Church which makes it ideal for use as a wedding, reception and special event venue. It can also be used as B & B, Farm, Winery and a host of other uses. Please contact me today and arrange your showing of this rare and remarkable property. All offers will be welcomed and considered! I can be reached by email at Karin.Andrews@BHHSTowne.com or by phone at 804-445-5500.
As a Historic, Waterfront and Equestrian Property Agent, it is a rare opportunity to represent Sellers of adjoining Estates and bring both Properties to the successful completion as SOLD properties. I feel a great sense of accomplishment and at the same time I realize that it is the end of an era of ownership and stewardship that has passed to new owners who have and will each take their properties to the next level and live beautiful lives there! It was my honor to play a part in bringing these transactions to a close.
This very handsome Riverfront Home is sited on 5 acres overlooking the Piankatank River and adjoins World Class Carousel, which I sold last year, representing both the Seller and Purchaser. For more information and stunning photography of both properties in their pre-purchased state, please visit the link at the bottom of this post.
If I can help you accomplish your buying or selling goals, please contact me at 804-445-5500! I will represent you with Experience, Diligence and Results.
Located on 70+ waterfront acres, Lisburne is not only an exquisite historic estate with glorious gardens and an exquisite manor house, this property features numerous amenities, such as tennis courts, a swimming pool, pier, numerous outdoor buildings and cottages. It has also served as an equestrian property through the years and is well suited to continue in that regard.
Offered at $990,000, this property Fronts on the Piankatank River between Dutton & Holland Point, and adjoins my recently sold listing of Carousel, which closed on January 30, 2017.
This graciously appointed and comfortable luxury riverfront home is ideal for long weekends or retreats with ample room for extended family and friends. It is beautifully sited with panoramic views of the Piankatank River, Dancers Creek with deep protected water.
This lovely home is casually elegant with beautiful crown moldings, beautiful light fixtures and high ceilings throughout. This home has great presence with loads of living and entertaining space on three levels, including a fabulous finished walk-out basement, spacious first floor master suite, grand entrance foyer, formal & breakfast dining rooms, large gourmet kitchen, great room w/ wood burning fireplace, wet bar on two levels & a handsome paneled library.
Entrance foyer features a black & white marble floor juxtaposed by an ethereally soft palate. Grand staircase ascends to the 2nd floor level featuring a spacious wrap-around gallery, reading nook w/ built-ins, 4 bedrooms, 2 full baths & 2nd floor entertainment room w/ wet bar. Bright & visually stunning interiors are refreshing with views from virtually every room of the waterfront & grounds. Georgian Revival Elements add presence to this well built & beautifully maintained riverfront home. Lovely moldings, arched doorways, Spanish mahogany built-ins & hardwood floors. Pier, dock, boat-lift & more. Gated entrance with true presence. Absolutely lovely grounds. 5 acres of mature trees & gardens
Floor Plans and Survey Plat Available. 19 rooms. Interior and exterior living areas. Outdoor deck, patios, hot tub and second floor porch with balcony. Contact me at 804-445-5500 to arrange a showing. Qualified buyers only.
Historic Waterfront Luxury and Equestrian Properties in Virginia