Historic House Listings

Parkhurst Place, Circa 1815! On 1 3/4 acres in Virginia. $255,000

October 8, 2022

Those hand-carved mantels are gorgeous! Parkhurst Place was built in 1815. It is located on 1.75 acres in Pungoteague, Virginia. The home features a covered front porch, original hardwood floors, hand-carved mantels, vintage light fixtures, wainscoting and chair rails. There are multiple outbuildings on the property. The local boat launch is nearby. Three bedrooms, three bathrooms and 3,448 square feet. $255,000

Contact Jane K. Bulette with Weichert Mason – Davis

From the Zillow listing:


1815- Parkhurst Place-14 rooms,6 outbuildings,2018 roof, two 5 car garages with cement floor, electricity, & 2nd floor Also barn with stalls, tall boat house, tool house..Over 3400sq’, stunning mantles and fireplaces with beautiful wide plank floors 2 full baths up,1/2 down. . What a home to restore to its orginial beauty! Multple out buildings. Close by Harborton Boat launches on Pungoteague Creek to the Chesapeake Bay.History abounds in this hamlet.In 1665 was the first production of an English Play, Ye Bear and Ye Cub, at Cowle’s Tavern in Pungoteague-known as”Pungotekw, by the native Americans.St George’s Church was added to the Historic Register in 1970 as was Shepard’s Plain in 1982. Cameras in use.



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