Historic House Listings

Look inside! Quaint waterfront town in Virginia. Circa 1923. $299,500

May 31, 2019

So much natural light in this house! Really looks like a happy home. This was built in 1923. It is located on .44 acres in Reedville, Virginia. That’s a small and quaint waterfront town. Within walking distance to waterfront restaurants, parks and museums. There are hardwood floors and high ceilings. The home has a walk up attic and a basement. Four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 2,264 square feet. $299,500

From the Zillow listing:


Enjoy small town life in the historic town of Reedvile in the beautifully updated historic home!  Waterfront restaurants, parks and museums are just a short walk away.  There are opportunities to keep a boat within walking distance of the home.  Sit on the front porch with all your best friends and have front row seats for the many parades and festivals throughout the year.  Constructed in 1923 and recently renovated, the home retains a timeless style.  Originally constructed with high ceilings and large rooms there is lots of light and plenty space.  The hardwood floor throughout the   The first floor features a master bedroom with a walk in closet and attached bath.  The master bathroom has been updated with a custom tile shower.  The kitchen has white cabinets, granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances, an island and window seating with storage.  The large living room is surrounded by windows.  The dining room provides ample space for a large dining room table, corner cabinets and buffets.  The first floor is completed by a laundry room and bonus room that would make a great office!  The 2nd story has 3 good sized bedrooms, a bonus room and full bath.  A walk up attic and basement provide plenty of storage.  Mature landscaping, a wrap around porch and the recently painted roof and siding create a stunning exterior.  Outdoor living is graciously provided by the large wrap around front porch and the screened porch on the back of the home off the kitchen.

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