A unique home and property you've got to see! 2 Acres of wooded tranquil beauty surround the home that at one time belonged to Joshua B. Brouwers, Colonial Williamsburg's Landscape Superintendent 1928-1950. (During that time he supervised all the landscaping in the Rockefeller Funded Williamsburg restoration) The approach and drive leads to the front of the house past rows of boxwoods and azaleas. The charming home sits in a peaceful setting which feels as if you have found a private garden retreat yet you are still very close to the historic area and the College of William and Mary. The home has been lovingly maintained. The interior has been freshly painted. The exterior of the home is described as "shingle style" with European influence. the property includes a detached one car garage and workshop with a finished bonus space above. A plat and history of the property are available.
Dishwasher, Disposal, Dryer, Dryer Hookup, Microwave, Washer, Washer Hookup
Breakfast Area, Fin. Rm Over Gar, Foyer
Listing Courtesy of Howard Hanna Real Estate Svcs..