In the 100 year history of this house it was home to the Hardaway family with a cottage in the back for their cook and her husband who was the family’s driver. It was once called “Amelia Hotel” and dinner was served in the front two rooms. Love looking at Mr. Hardaway’s old report card! Built in 1913. Located on 3.66 acres in Amelia Court House, Virginia. Five bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 4,004 square feet. $299,900
From the Zillow listing:
The ‘Hardaway House’, a Stately Federal-Style Home Among Magnificent Trees in the Heart of Virginia a ‘country block’ from the Amelia Court House Square, was Commissioned by its wealthy namesake, Horace Hardaway, circa 1910. Handy to the Train Depot, as well as the social life and commerce of Amelia, it was strategically located on picturesque grounds for various opportunities in its day. This Property lives up to that potential even more so today, and is available for the most enthusiastic Buyer looking to make their next purchase a home/business venture with this awesome relic of history that will provide a healthy Return On Investment. In its 100-year History, it was home for the Hardaway Family with a cottage for their driver and his wife, the family’s cook; was once known as the “Amelia Hotel” where dinner was served in the front 2 rooms and children enjoyed looking for the train through the wavy-glass windows; and also a Boarding House for teachers with a “4” on an upstairs room believed to harken back to those times. In most recent years, it has been a lovely fine home at the pleasure of those who tastefully renovated with modern amenities. Buy it before someone else does!
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