Historic 1790 Brick Manor Asks $1.65M in Heathsville, Virginia

Historic 1790 Brick Manor Asks $1.65M in Heathsville, Virginia

$1,650,000 | Built 1790 | 6,585 Sq. Ft. | 5 Beds | 4.5+ Baths
677 Crosshills Rd, Heathsville, VA 22473
Built in 1790, this well-maintained brick manor is on the market for $1.65 million in Heathsville, Virginia. Listing details: Located near the village of Wicomico Church surrounded by a serene pastoral landscape of ancient towering Magnolia, Chestnut, Pecan, Dogwood, Locust, Hawthorne, Crepe Myrtle, Birch and Black Walnut Trees is West End, circa 1790. This magnificent historic treasure, features original heart pine floors, moldings, mantels and staircases, chef’s kitchen, formal gardens, HVAC throughout, elevator, lined chimneys, guest house, a stable, and garages. The manor house underwent a complete restoration with monumental additions by Walter Mayo Macomber, who also supervised the restoration of Colonial Williamsburg from 1928-1934. Distinctly Georgian in its interior and exterior character, West End, circa 1790 is a crown jewel on the Northern Neck of Virginia. Located just minutes to the Chesapeake Bay, marinas, country clubs, resorts, fine dining, wineries and so much more. 10 Minutes to Kilmarnock. Convenient to Richmond, D.C., Williamsburg, and Norfolk. This expansive property is on the market for $1.65 million with Karin Andrews of Berkshire Hathaway Home Services. Photography by ARC Imaging and Tony Greene Photography.




























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