The woodwork in this home is stunning throughout it! This home is known as the marble house due to the marble front porch. The Marble House was built in 1910. It is located on .52 acres in Urbanna, Virginia. The home features a large wrap around front porch, original hardwood floors, fretwork, wide baseboards, grand staircase, wainscoting and original mantels. There are tall ceilings and a third floor living space. This home has been owned by the same family since it was constructed. Four bedrooms, three bathrooms and 2,872 square feet. $600,000
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From the Zillow listing:
This historic Queen Anne Victorian home located in the charming town of Urbanna is locally known as “The Marble House.” Family owned since constructed @ 1900. The expansive marble wrap-around porch is 1 of many magnificent architectural features. Upon entering the foyer, you can’t help but admire the elaborate woodwork spanning up the staircase, the intricate design above 1 of the 7 FPs & tall ceilings. The parlor doorway is accentuated w/ hand-carved latticework. When entertaining, the pocket doors open for guests to flow into the dining room. On the 2nd floor, 4 BRs & full bath accommodate friends & family. The private 3rd floor creates an ideal guest area & ensuite. The marble throughout was collected from The Great Baltimore Fire. Even the basement is designed w/ a marble floor & vast potential living space. Many facets of the home have been updated: bathrooms, electricity, new boiler & pipes, joists & chimney sealed. Explore the town of Urbanna in your golf cart w/ a ride to Urbanna Creek Town Marina w/ a free boat ramp or enjoy a walk to local restaurants & shops. This iconic landmark holds many fond memories; take advantage of this rare opportunity to create your own.
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