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Huge Price Reduction – Lisburne Circa 1810!

One of the Great remaining Crown Jewels of the Chesapeake Bay Region of Virginia has been reduced from $2,500,000 to $2,100,000.
This amazing waterfront estate property is located just 12 minutes or less to Historic Yorktown and approximately 30 minutes from the Heart of Colonial Williamsburg, via the Colonial Parkway.  For Additional Listing Information, please click on the link below and feel free to share with any family, friends, acquaintances or colleagues who may be interested in purchasing this breathtaking property on Vaughan’s Creek – a branch of the Severn River.

http://www.karinandrewsestates.com/Home/10190054/WXN/7971-Glass-RD-Gloucester-County-VA-23072/

 

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A Must See this Summer!

Don’t miss the opportunity of a lifetime as L’Hermione – the ship that brought Lafayette to Yorktown, essentially paving the way for the American Independence, comes to a Port near you!  She has been described as the Statue of Liberty of the Sea.  Go to the link below to find out where she will be next!

I went with my husband and daughter, to Yorktown – it was truly a highlight of our lives to see such a magnificent ship, re-created in every detail, using 18th century methods, tools, etc.  I was so excited to see the myriad of families, school groups and people from every walk of life experiencing History in a real and tangible way.   Don’t miss her!  If you are on the East Coast and have not had the opportunity to see this magnificent replica, view her schedule and find out all about her online at http://www.hermione2015.com.

Williamsburg is #3 of 20 in the Smithsonian’s 2014 Review of the Best Small Towns in America!

Smithsonian Magazines Best 20 Small Towns in America

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Photos by Karin Andrews.