Historic House Listings

“West End”, Circa 1790. On 33 acres in Virginia with a guest house. $1,400,000

December 2, 2020

This was fun to look at! Question, is that a bathroom I am seeing in a screened in porch? West End was built in 1790 for William Blackersby. It is located on 33 acres in Heathsville, Virginia. The property has a 2,000 square foot guest house. There are also formal gardens and fruit trees. The home has wide plank hardwood floors, original mantels, crown molding and multiple staircases. There is an elevator, updated kitchen and bathrooms. The home has a finished basement with a wine cellar, flower arranging room, and exercise room. The guest house was constructed in the 1930’s and features two bedrooms, kitchen, two bathrooms, and a two car detached garage. Four bedrooms, seven bathrooms, and 6,207 square feet. $1,400,000

Contact Pam Bosmans with Cobblestone Realty: 540-680-3596

From the Zillow listing:


Take a step back in time at “West End”. This fabulous home was built in 1790 by William Blackersby, constructed of locally made brick, with additions of the gambrel wings added in the 1940’s: the home has been restored to its former glory by the current owners. The property consists of the main house, guest house with a 2.5 car attached garage, barn & garden shed. Enter the main house on centuries old wide plank wood flooring. Perfectly in keeping with the period style the kitchen offers all the modern chef ‘s desired amenities: SubZero refrigerator, LaCanche gas range, Carrara marble countertops & walkin pantry. Multiple living & entertaining rooms, elevator comprise the main floor. The interior bar room is equipped with windows & a door for easy access to the outside terrace; perfect for lavish parties or informal gatherings. Upper master boasts a fireplace and access to the balcony plus a soaking tub with a view. Additional gracious rooms plus a finished attic complete the upper floors. The basement offers a flower arranging room a wine cellar, exercise room with a fireplace and storage room. The buildings are sited on 12+/-acres with formal gardens and fruit trees. Constructed in the 1930 or 40’s the guest house is approx 2000 sq ft with two stories, living room with fireplace, dining area, full kitchen & den. The second story offers two bedrooms with fireplaces a full bath and utility room. a sturdy barn, smoke house & 2 car garage w/ generator. The 20 +/- acres across the scenic VA ByWay are wooded with a meadow & stream which host a wide variety of local wild life.


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