1750 Colonial Revival on 7 Acres in Henrico, Virginia Reduced to $4M (PHOTOS)

1750 Colonial Revival on 7 Acres in Henrico, Virginia Reduced to $4M

$3,950,000 | Built c.1750 | 7,662 Sq. Ft. | 4 Beds | 5.5 Baths | 7.77 Acres
211 Ross Road, Henrico, Virginia, United States, 23229

A historic brick Colonial Revival once owned by a relative of Patrick Henry has been reduced to $4 million after listing in 2018 for $6 million. The 7,662 square foot brick residence, called Fairfield, was originally built in Hanover County in 1750 for Henry’s half-brother John Syme. According to Richmond Biz Sense, the house was dismantled in 1928 and reconstructed at its current location in Henrico. This is a rare opportunity for somebody to own a slice of history on 7 acres near the James River. The mansion sits upon a beautiful sweeping landscape along with a guest house over a 4 car garage and a lovely pool and separate pool house and gardens originally designed by Charles Gillette. There is a stunning foyer and formal rooms featuring 19′ ceilings and 11 working fireplaces, fabulous millwork and architectural detail, a third floor studio or quiet study and a huge stone basement with arched fireplaces perfect for a wine cellar, media room and game room. There are 4 bedrooms, each with their own bath, and a kitchen wing, added after the move, a blank slate open to your ideas. Don’t let this opportunity of a lifetime pass. A home for the generations. Fairfield is on the market for $4 million with Jenny Maraghy of Joyner Fine Properties.



















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