Located in the center of the Middlesex universe, this farmhouse invites you to sit a spell on the new composite front porch where you can view the full moon through the Pre Civil War Live Oak trees or listen to the rain on the tin roof. This original house has so much charm and history, it has a farmer's daughter room and original wood floors in some rooms, but it also has a rebuilt kitchen from the ground up (all new supports, piers, subfloor, and plumbing). The big walk-in attic has tons of storage, the newly screened-in porch is the perfect spot to sip some iced tea. The shed has a new metal roof, and the block shed can be easily converted into a detached garage. Nestled between Tappahannock and Williamsburg, it's 20 minutes to major highways, has amenities nearby, and is a paradise for water activities such as boating, kayaking, and fishing. Oysters are the talk of the town this time of year, with the nationally famous Oyster Festival coming November 4-6. This home is perfect for a second home, vacation home, or investment opportunity. Don't miss out on this lovely 1921 farmhouse!
St. Clare WalkerMiddle School