Holy wow!!!! Built in 1765 in Plymouth, Virginia. I also saw it as Shackleford, Virginia. This is stunningly original! Located on ten acres. Original glass still in windows and amazing that the fireplaces are still working. Originally owned by John Robinson, delegate, speaker of the house of Burgesses (1738-1766). He was also treasurer of the Virginia Colony. Main structure is a two over two with an L addition. House was built in 1765 with a later kitchen addition. It has HVAC, a car garage with workshop. Three bedrooms, one bath, and 2,363 square feet. $299,950
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