Historic House Listings

The Oliver Mansion, Circa 1910 in Virginia. Those pocket doors! $399,900

January 28, 2021

What an elegant looking home! Those are some huge pocket doors! The Oliver Mansion was built in 1910. It is located on .66 acres in Crewe, Virginia. Mr. Oliver was a notable businessman and farmer. Most known for bringing pure drinking water to the town of Crewe. This home features original hardwood floors, pocket doors, solid wood doors, beautiful millwork and vintage light fixtures. The home has a beautiful staircase, a large balcony and a third floor rec room. Five bedrooms, five bathrooms, and 4,900 square feet. $399,900

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From the Zillow listing:


In search of a historic mansion to call your own? How about 2 elegant extra wide staircases, 6 fireplaces & high speed internet? This Colonial-Revival featuring 5 beds, 3 full & 2 half baths, 4900 finished sq ft & a 1200 sq ft unfinished basement is a must see! Come home everyday to elegant steel columns from England, beautiful all-brick construction, original Buckingham slate roof, original windows, 14″ thick walls, a massive wrap around porch & 3 car brick garage! You’ll be greeted by an elegant foyer, 11′ ceilings throughout, hardwood floors, extremely dense & ornate trim, pocket doors, arched doorways, more columns & incredible attention to detail! Your new kitchen features newer cabinets, stone tops & huge walk-in pantry! Plenty of entertaining choices in either of the 1st floor living rooms, formal dining room, 2nd floor balcony or massive 23′ x 36′ 3rd floor rec room! The Oliver Mansion’s builder, T.B. Oliver, was was a farmer, businessman, developer & is credited for bringing pure drinking water to Crewe! More upgrades include a security system, updated electrical, plumbing & 4 master suites! Located 25 min to Farmville, 20 min to Ft. Pickett & 35 min from Chesterfield!


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