The Anthony Turner House, believed to be the oldest house still standing in Church Hill, now is available following a recent total historic restoration preserving the best architectural elements while giving it 21st century livability! The brick two-story Federal style house, located in St. John’s Church Historic District, was built 1803-1810 on the brow of a hill behind a wall of brick and shrubs amid ample front and side yards, and wings were added in 1813 and after the Civil War. Interior space includes high ceilings, original fireplaces, handsome wood floors, 2225 sf on the first and second floors, a full finished basement with full bath and laundry room, and a newly finished third floor bedroom suite for 4 bedrooms and 4 full baths in total. Enjoy living on Church Hill with the new front porch in the original architectural design, private west side grotto and terrace, and covered rear porch overlooking the neighborhood’s Reed’s Square! On the National Register of Historic Landmarks and the Virginia Landmarks Register!
Listing courtesy of Joyner Fine Properties. Selling Office: Long & Foster Realtors.
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